Brock wrestlers Jevon Balfour and Indira Moores both captured their first Wrestling Canada Senior National titles Saturday night in front of a capacity crowd at the Bob Davis Gymnasium.
Brock wrestlers ended the day with six medals in total.
Balfour, in his second year as a senior, knocked off the top two wrestlers from a year ago, defeating the defending champion Cleo Ncube (YWCA) in the semi-finals 5-5 and winning over 2014 silver medalist Shawn Daye-Finley (Black Bear) in the gold medal match by technical superiority 17-6.
For his performance, Balfour was named the Wrestling Canada Outstanding Senior Male Wrestler.
Moores, in her first year as a senior, posted a 3-0 record, defeating Kathleen Kent (Saskatoon) by the score of 13-10 to capture her first senior title at 60kg.
Capturing bronze for Brock were Jessica MacDonald (48kg), Jessica Brouilette (60kg), Olivia Di Bacco (69kg) and Luke Roberts (61kg).
Prior to the gold medal matches, Wrestling Canada inducted two new members into their Hall of Fame, including former Brock standout wrestler Nick Ugoalah and builder Clive Llewellyn.
Former Brock coach Richard Deschatelets spoke about Ugoalah’s accomplishments and inducted him into the Hall of Fame. A video presentation was also played, highlighting Tonya Verbeek’s illustrious career as a three-time Olympic medalist.