Wrestlers grapple medals at provincials

The Guru Gobind and Hargobind Singh Wrestlers earn medals at the BC High School Provincial Championships over the weekend in Abbotsford, British Columbia.

Seven wrestlers won from Guru Gobind Singh, Abbotsford Club.

Their weight classes and medals are: 70 kg, Mandeep Gill, Gold; 130 kg, Sunny Dhindsa, Gold; 54 kg, Amrit Sund, Bronze; 60 kg, Ranjot Sandher, Bronze; 130 kg, Ravneek Sandhu, Bronze; 78 kg, Manveer Gill, 4th Place; 110 kg, Gurlraj Binning, 4th Place.

This is the third gold in a row for both Mandeep Gill and Sunny Dhindsa, who won their final matches in 21 seconds and 39 seconds, respectively.

Congratulations to all of the wrestlers, as they have now qualified to compete at the 2011 Cadet/Juvenile National Championships on April 7-10 in Essex/Windsor, Ontario.

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