Custer hosts Black Hills Brawl

The annual Black Hills Brawl wrestling tournament took place last weekend at the Custer football field, with 420 total wrestlers taking the mat, 35 of which were from Custer. The Wildcat wrestlers came home with eight championships from the tournament. Custer also won the tournament for overall team points.
Results are as follows:
Brantley Robison, fourth, four team points.
Urijah Robison, fourth, three team points.
Emmett Voorhees, first, 20 team points.
Lucy Deatherage, first,   23 team points.
Makena Adler, second, 18 team points.
Brielle Webster, first, 20 team points.
David Halverson, first, 30 team points.
Addie Dejong, second, 12 team points.
Jason Deatherage, first, 27 team points.
Essah Syverson, first,  22 team points.
Mattea Marshall, second, 16 team points.
River Bailey, fourth, three team points.
Kayli Morgan, fifth.
Cole Scott, first, 24 team points.
Austin Kern, first, 18 team points.
Myles Woodward, second, 14 team points.
Ayden Dooley, second,  12 team points.
Jackson Trant, fourth, five team points.
Archer Vershure, second, 12 team points.
Relic Bailey, fifth.
Tayden Pechota, fourth,  four team points.
Connor Owens, third.
Addie Sander, fourth.
Hill City Youth Athletics served Aberdeen Youth Wrestling a dinner on Friday night as a fundraiser, and the Future Health Professionals of Custer High School worked concessions for a portion of the revenue. The 50/50 raffle proceeds were donated to the Jaure family as it recently suffered a major loss in the family. An at-will donation was also collected. Several referees also donated their earnings to the family.
Rustic Personal Chef Service food truck was on hand for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is estimated the tournament brought in 1,500-1,600 visitors to Custer.
The tournament did have a rain delay that lasted about one hour, but wrestling resumed after the mats were dried off.

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