Twisted into third

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Springhill Mixed Martial Arts stood its ground over the weekend against more than 200 entrants in the Abhaya Open Grappling Championship in Wolfville, N.S., where (from left) Nick Theriault, Matthew Amos, Jeremy Misken, Justin Bourgeois, Jarrod Fraser and Brian Johnston cheered each other on to the finals. Theriault claimed third in the gi division, Bourgeois third in the welterweight expert division and Fraser landing third in the light heavy weight division. Bourgeois credited part of team’s success to Amos’ and Misken’s dedication to the club, where both volunteer, and the support of Johnston, who refrained from competing because of an upcoming bout, but cheered his training partners on during the event.

Springhill Mixed Martial Arts stood its ground over the weekend against more than 200 entrants in the Abhaya Open Grappling Championship in Wolfville, N.S., where (from left) Nick Theriault, Matthew Amos, Jeremy Misken, Justin Bourgeois, Jarrod Fraser and Brian Johnston cheered each other on to the finals. Theriault claimed third in the gi division, Bourgeois third in the welterweight expert division and Fraser landing third in the light heavy weight division. Bourgeois credited part of team’s success to Amos’ and Misken’s dedication to the club, where both volunteer, and the support of Johnston, who refrained from competing because of an upcoming bout, but cheered his training partners on during the event.

Organizations: Light heavy weight division

Geographic location: Wolfville

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