Wagner twins own podium at wrestling awards

Jordan and Jesse Wagner came into the world together, wrestled through school together and are leaving their high school careers together

Jordan and Jesse Wagner came into the world together, wrestled through school together and now they are leaving their high school careers on a high note together.

The Wagner twins tied for the Senior Male Most Outstanding Wrestler award at last week’s Alberni Wrestling Club awards night.

The twins racked up other awards – 19 in total – top grade awards, senior honour roll, Knights of the Armada and recognition for provincial and national championship tournament placings.

While the twins owned the podium this night other athletes also won awards.

Nolan Badovinac won a leadership award along with Jorgan Wagner, and an educated wrestler scholarship. Badovinac also received the Senior Academics/Athletics award and the Aaron Keitlah Attendance Award with Dean Leyland, Jarred Beckett, Johannes Kulich.

Christian Anderson won an educated wrestler scholarship and was also named to the Knights of the Armada.

The girls had game too. Remi Wells earned senior female Most Outstanding Wrestler award. The top junior female wrestler was Ally Flaro, who, along with Jace Clayton, was named top Grade 7 wrestler.

The 2013-14 Rookie of The Year was Emma McGowan. And Clayton and Mackenzie Boudreau were named as the most improved junior wrestlers.

Oliver Witham was named as top Grade 10 wrestler.

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