Noblesville Varsity Wrestling

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Noblesville Spring Signing Day 2017: In Their Own Words

The Noblesville Athletic Department celebrated its Spring Signing Day with eleven student-athletes along with their families and friends on Friday afternoon in The Mill. The student-athletes who signed were: Nick Brady Harris Camp Parker Deakyne Rico Duncan Max Flinchum Travis Gillian Nolan Ginther David Kitko Abigail Klinker Brianna Tragesser Lily Walter Nick Brady – Wrestling Attending: University of Indianapolis

Wrestling: Senior David Kitko Finishes Season at State Finals

Friday, February 17, 2017 6:00 PM Meet Recap David Kitko represented Noblesville in Friday’s first round of the IHSAA Wrestling State Finals. Unfortunately, Kitko lost his match against Jimtown’s Kenny Kerrn in the 152 pound weight class by a technical fall. David finishes the season with a 39-11 record.

Wrestling: Senior David Kitko Advances to IHSAA State Finals

Saturday, February 11, 2017 9:00 AM Place 22 Points 18 Meet Recap The Noblesville Millers wrestling team sent two wrestlers to the New Castle Semi-State on Saturday; Nick Brady and David Kitko. David Kitko took 4th place in the 152 lb weight class to advance to the IHSAA State Finals. Kitko will square off against

Noblesville High School Varsity Wrestling finishes 4th place at IHSAA Regional

Saturday, February 4, 2017 9:30 AM Place 4 Points 78.0 Meet Recap The Noblesville Millers wrestling team took 4th place in the Pendleton Heights Regional on Saturday afternoon. Of the 10 wrestlers who advanced out of Sectional, the Millers advanced 5 to Semi-State. Noblesville had two champions: Nick Brady and David Kitko. Other Millers advancing

Noblesville High School Varsity Wrestling finishes 2nd place at IHSAA Sectional

Saturday, January 28, 2017 9:00 AM Place 2 Points 209.0 Meet Recap The Noblesville Noblesville Millers wrestling team finished in 2nd place in Saturday’s IHSAA Sectional at Elwood Community High School. The Millers qualified 10 wrestlers to the Pendleton Heights Regional. Of the 10 wrestlers who advanced, Noblesville had 4 champions: Nick Brady, Dalton Huffman,