Team Kansas falls to Missouri 18-46 at Rogue Dual

By Michael Smith

After falling to Team Missouri 49-25 in the inaugural Rouge dual last season, team Kansas was looking to even the score in 2022.

The Rogue dual, hosted by’s Joe Williamson, features some of the best high school girls wrestlers from Kansas and Missouri. Fourteen of the best girls wrestlers from each state took part in the event to see which state would come out on top.

Like 2021, Missouri dominated. Even more so this time as Kansas fell 46-18. Friday at Staley High School. Kansas lost its first five matches and couldn’t overcome an early 22-0 hole.

Kansas won four out of 14 matches.

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Below is a summary of each winning match for Team Kansas:

130: Lawrence Free State’s Madyson Gray, a three-time state champion,faced off against two-time state medalist Bailey Joiner of Lebanon. Gray dominated the match and went up 10-1 and held off a late comeback by Joiner to take her match 12-6, putting team Kansas on the board for the first time on the night.

“I wish I could have wrestled a little bit better, and got more points,” Gray said. “I had to cut a little bit of weight. I hope the win helped the girls push themselves a little bit harder.”

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