WSWWW Wrestlers continue their success as their season progresses

Tyson Eddy, Woonsocket sixth grader, earned first place in his weight class at the JV tournament held in Gettysburg on Saturday, Jan. 12. The JV tourney took place at the same time as the varsity tournament, but the JV wrestled in the auxiliary gym in Gettysburg.

The Wessington Springs/Woonsocket/Wolsey-Wessington wrestling team made the trek to Gettysburg for the Battler Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 12. It was another great tournament for the Blackhawk/Warbird wrestlers as they came home with their highest team placing, yet, placing third out of 19 teams.

The wrestlers will see their next action in Parkston for the Parkston Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 19, starting at 10 a.m. There has also been a tournament added to the schedule for the following Saturday, Jan. 26, in Aberdeen.

…Read individual placings and see additional pictures of the meet in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal!

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