Bulkley Valley Wrestling shines at No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu Tournament in Terrace Terrace, May 13. (Submitted photo)

The Bulkley Valley Wrestling group made a last-minute choice to take part in a No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu competition and went beyond all expectations by bringing house an outstanding collection of prizes. Tyde Elliott took the leading area in his classification and Locke James and Tristan Harris protected 2nd location. Abishai Hunter and Amos Hunter provided standout efficiencies in their departments. Reuben Hunter showed amazing ability by beating both very first and second-place rivals, just to be disqualified against another challenger in spite of holding a substantial lead in points due to a misconception of the guidelines. Head coach Addison Bree likewise showcased his own capabilities on the mats by protecting a number of early submissions and emerging triumphant in his department. The group’s dominant efficiencies and collection of prizes work as a testimony to their commitment, ability, and decision in the lively Jiu-Jitsu neighborhood of the north.

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