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Tim Marshall
1017 Beaver Creek Rd
Bluff City, Tennessee

Team Blue Ridge Border Duals Trip Information

Tournament Location:

Mt Vernon High School

700 Harriett St, Mt. Vernon, IN 47620

Cost: $125 ea - includes shirt, shorts, travel, & hotel (if wrestler is not staying in a team room cost is $100 ea). If parents will not be attending, please make sure your wrestler has enough money for meals

We will depart on June 15. Time TBD (approx.10 am). Travel time is approx 7 hours. If wrestlers need a ride make sure to note this on registration form.We expect to leave mid-afternoon on Sunday to return home by approximately midnight.

Hotel Information for Parents in Indiana:

We have a block of rooms set up at a discounted rate. Extra rooms are reserved and offered to parents. Parents will need to call in reserve a room from the block.

Fairfield Inn Evansville West 5400 Weston Road, Evansville, IN 47712

Ph: 812-429-0900

Wrestlers are welcome to stay with parents, please let us know so we can communicate meeting times for weigh ins at tournament.


Tournament information:

Friday June 15 - Depart for Indiana approx. 10 am

Saturday June 16th - Wrestling Starts at 9:00 am

Sunday June 17th – Wrestling starts at 8:00 am  (depart immediately following matches to return home)


Contact info:Tim


Use the following link to register


Border Duals Registration



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