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Ringler signs letter of intent to wrestle for CMU

Ringler signs  letter of intent to wrestle for CMU
Pictured is Ryan Ringler at the signing ceremony, with his Cedar Springs Varsity wrestling coach Nick Emery. Courtesy photo.

On Thursday, November 29, Red Hawk Ryan Ringler made his college selection. In front of numerous family, friends, staff, and coaches in the Cedar Springs High School gymnasium, the suspense ended as Ringler announced he would be attending Central Michigan University next fall on a wrestling scholarship. He officially signed his Division 1 National Letter of Intent at the ceremony.  

Ringler is the defending state champion at 171 pounds, and a two-time all-state football player. He is excited about his future at CMU. “Central is a great fit for me. It’s a top level Division 1 program and I know many of the current wrestlers, and have a great relationship with the coach,” he said. 

Ryan is the son of Jane and Paul Ringler, of Cedar Springs.

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