WORTHINGTON — After brothers Hser Eh and Hser Moo Pwae came to America with their mother and a younger brother many years ago, they had very little knowledge about most of their adopted country’s sports. They played soccer in their Thailand refugee camp, but it was confusing to learn about all the other activities available to them at Worthington.
In the seventh grade, they tried football, basketball and track.
But it wasn’t until they were introduced to wrestling in the eighth grade that they found what they were looking for.
Today, after completing outstanding wrestling careers at Worthington High School where they both qualified for the state individual tournament — and after taking a year off after graduation — the brothers are renewing their love of wrestling at Minnesota West Community and Technical College. Continue reading at www.dglobe.com