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Tussling for respect
Darlington-Black Hawks Zach Wolf works to pin Poynettes Koss during their second round 285-pound matchup Saturday at the Monroe Invitational Saturday. Wolf defeated Whitewaters Daniel Soto in the title match 5-4. (Times photo: Anthony Wahl)
MONROE - Traiten Gorr doesn't mind having a sibling wrestling shadow in his corner: He wants to let his wrestling do the talking. Gorr, a Monroe junior, won the championship at 220 pounds at the Monroe Invitational Saturday and was named the tournament's most valuable wrestler after he edged No. 5-ranked Will Utesh of Big Foot-Williams Bay 2-0 in the championship match.