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Kyshin Isringhausen attempts to grab his opponents ankle in the championship match of the Class 2 126-pound bracket. Isringhasuen lost and placed second.

The Branson Pirates sent one and Reeds Spring sent two wrestlers to the state tournament last week in Independence, Missouri.

Reeds Spring, a Class 2 school, wrestled on Thursday. Evan Wilson and Eben Crain qualified. Crain walked away with a broken tooth and a fifth place medal in the 285-pound class.

Branson’s Kyshin Isringhausen wrestled on Friday with the Class 3 schools. In the 126-pound class, he made it to the championship round before falling 9-4 for a second place finish.

It was Isringhausen’s second state medal in as many years, finishing third his freshman year.

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