Rosemount’s Adam Hedin fought through injury last season to win a wrestling title
Whether it’s wrestling another highly ranked athlete or overcoming injury, Adam Hedin doesn’t back down from a challenge.
The Rosemount senior is seeking to become the school’s first wrestler to win back-to-back individual state championships. He posted a 45-0 record en route to the 132-pound title in Class 3A last year despite competing the entire season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.
“Adam isn’t one to shy away from competition. He likes to be challenged,” Rosemount coach Brett Larson said. “What he wound up accomplishing last year is pretty remarkable.” Continue reading at www.mnwrestlinghub.com