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  1. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com IOWA CITY, Iowa — Sarah Hildebrandt’s U.S. Olympic Wrestling Team Trials experience didn’t end the way she wanted. Wrestling with a right knee injury (impingement and torn meniscus) that few people knew about heading into the tournament, the Penn High School graduate went 3-2 in the 53 kg (116.5 pounds) bracket Sunday, April 10 at the University of Iowa’s Carver-Hawkeye Arena. The former King University grappler was dominant in her three victories, but her losses were by superiority and pin. “I actually felt pretty relaxed out there,” Hildebra
  2. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com IOWA CITY, Iowa — Sarah Hildebrandt’s U.S. Olympic Wrestling Team Trials experience didn’t end the way she wanted. Wrestling with a right knee injury (impingement and torn meniscus) that few people knew about heading into the tournament, the Penn High School graduate went 3-2 in the 53 kg (116.5 pounds) bracket Sunday, April 10 at the University of Iowa’s Carver-Hawkeye Arena. The former King University grappler was dominant in her three victories, but her losses were by superiority and pin. “I actually felt pretty relaxed out there,” Hildebrandt
  3. By Steve Krah FORT WAYNE — Olympic hopeful Sarah Hildebrandt has a big decision to make in the upcoming months. The Penn High School graduate and King University senior has to choose whether she will pursue her goal of making the U.S. women's wrestling team for the 2016 Rio Games by training at home in Granger or at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. "The two options are very even right now," Hildebrandt said Saturday, Jan. 10, while helping King to a second straight title at the National Wrestling Coaches Association Duals at Memorial Coliseum. "I kind of hav
  4. By Steve Krah FORT WAYNE — Olympic hopeful Sarah Hildebrandt has a big decision to make in the upcoming months. The Penn High School graduate and King University senior has to choose whether she will pursue her goal of making the U.S. women's wrestling team for the 2016 Rio Games by training at home in Granger or at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. "The two options are very even right now," Hildebrandt said Saturday, Jan. 10, while helping King to a second straight title at the National Wrestling Coaches Association Duals at Memorial Coliseum. "I kind of have
  5. By Tim Creason Tribune Correspondent Over the years, tremendous athletes have trained in the wrestling room at Penn High School. State champs. National champs. But a contender for the U.S. Olympic Team? Kingsman coach Brad Harper says, “Why not?” Sarah Hildebrandt, a senior at King University in Tennessee, has to make her decision in the next couple months. The defending women’s collegiate wrestling champion in the 123-pound weight class, Hildebrandt is going all-out to make the U.S. Olympic Women’s Wrestling Team in 2016. It’s not a pipe dream. Hildebrandt, a 2011 Penn gra
  6. By Tim Creason Tribune Correspondent Over the years, tremendous athletes have trained in the wrestling room at Penn High School. State champs. National champs. But a contender for the U.S. Olympic Team? Kingsman coach Brad Harper says, “Why not?” Sarah Hildebrandt, a senior at King University in Tennessee, has to make her decision in the next couple months. The defending women’s collegiate wrestling champion in the 123-pound weight class, Hildebrandt is going all-out to make the U.S. Olympic Women’s Wrestling Team in 2016. It’s not a pipe dream. Hildebrandt, a 2011 Penn gra
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