Led by legendary coach Tim Ostrye, all Upper School wrestlers train together throughout the winter in the Ostrye Wrestling Gymnasium, where countless plaques and banners adorn the walls as a testament to the hard work and success of past Bruin teams.
Heading into the 2016-17 campaign, Brunswick wrestlers have won 19-straight FAA titles, and 32 out of its last 33 league championships. Additionally, the Bruins won 12 Western New England Championships, while capturing countless individual honors.
Aiden Reynolds’ title at 182 pounds highlighted Brunswick’s third-place finish at Tabor Academy’s Battle of the Bay Tournament on Saturday. The Bruins sent 10 wrestlers to top-six finishes, as Brunswick was just three points out of second place in the 22-team tourney.
Brunswick (5-1) outwrestled a talented Choate squad, 58-16, picking up six pins in the contest held in Wallingford on Wednesday. Up next for the Bruins is the Battle on the Bay tournament hosted by Tabor Academy on Saturday, December 17.
Brunswick won three of four team matches in the Loomis Holiday Duals, earning a third-place finish in the eight-team event on Saturday at Loomis Chaffee. The Bruins topped the host school and Lawrenceville before falling to Northfield Mount Hermon. Brunswick, the winners last year, finished the tourney by besting Trinity-Pawling for third place.