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As a senior at Detroit Catholic Central, Mitch won a state championship for the Shamrocks, placed third at the NHSCA High School Nationals, and finished second at the USA Junior National Championships. He earned NCAA All-American honors at Central Michigan University. In 2008, he became the head coach at DCC and has guided the Shamrocks to 8 Division 1 state wrestling titles in the last eleven years.
A top wrestler and varsity letter winner at both the University of Michigan and Michigan State University, R. J. Boudro started his high school coaching career at Lowell High School in 2006 as an assistant coach. In 2015, he became the head wrestling coach. During his time at Lowell, R. J. guided the nationally-ranked Red Arrows to 7 straight state championships from 2014-2020. For the last twelve years, he and his brothers have conducted Michigan’s #1 team wrestling camp with approximately 700 wrestlers and 30 high-level coaches and instructor athletes.