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Wrestler, Bradlee LaMontagne Has Passed Away

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The wrestling family are mourning the death Bradlee LaMontagne. Bradlee LaMontagne has passed away, he was reported to have died today December 12 2020. Reports state that he died in a boating accident.

He has been a GNWC member since he was ten years old. He graduated Cox at the top of his class and has been wrestling for Johns Hopkins for the past three years. Brad’s kindness extended to everyone around him. Bradlee worked at Lynnhaven Dive Center / LDC.

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Tributes Floods Social Media

Collin Dozier wrote – Words can’t describe how devastated I am to hear the news. In one split second in a tragic boating accident Thursday the world lost one of the hardest working and most talented kids I’ve ever met. Bradlee Lamontagne was a VA state finalist and a 4.14 student-athlete majoring in Bioengineering at Johns Hopkins University. He was such a leader to all and recently became team captain of the wrestling team there. I will never forget watching him always studying and doing homework in between matches. Lots of days he would run 10 miles on his own before school even started. He truly knew how hard work pays off and was such a role model and class act to everyone who knew him.
Bradlee, the Cox wrestling community is never going to be the same without you and we all are going to miss you so much. It was an honour to be your coach and drill partner.
Please pray for the family during this tough time.

Johns Hopkins Wrestling wrote – Today, with a heavy heart, I am sharing that 2020 Captain Bradlee LaMontagne passed away in a boating accident on Thursday. As I recruited Bradlee every person I spoke to shared comments such as, you are going to love this kid, he is the hardest worker I have ever coached and a leader. Bradlee surpassed all of these accolades and expectations. He chose Hopkins because he wanted to make a difference in the world. Bradlee grew from a confident, hard-working freshman wrestler to a leader on the campus of Johns Hopkins University. Bradlee attacked everything he did with a passion that was contagious to the people around him. He was a strong leader on the team and was loved and admired by all of his teammates. Bradlee never gave up on himself, and he always believed that he would find a way. He lived his life with a passion and fire that we were able to witness every time he stepped on the mat. He has certainly made an IMPACT on Hopkins Wrestling. Bradlee will be missed and never forgotten. H Nation will come together to support Bradlee’s family and one another during this difficult time.

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