Brings SD State to Southern Scuffle
Chris Bono has a new lease on his wrestling life and so do the Jackrabbits of South Dakota State.
The former University of Tennessee at Chattanooga wrestling coach was out of college coaching for two years (working in private business) when the South Dakota State job opened up this past spring and quicker than taking an opponent off his feet and to his back, Bono had pinned down the head coaching job and breathing new life into a struggling program. Continue reading at chattanoogan.com
“Have wrestling team, will travel.”
That’s a motto Collins Hill coach Josh Stephen has lived by since taking over the wrestling program at the large Georgia high school, which is located in Suwanee (a northeast suburb of Atlanta), three years ago.
This year has been no different. In fact, Stephen has had his Collins Hill wrestlers zig-zagging all over the country for the last month. Continue reading at www.postbulletin.com
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and Flowrestling.org have partnered to bring extensive live coverage of the 2013 Southern Scuffle, presented by Defense Soap. The tournament takes place in Chattanooga’s McKenzie Arena on Jan. 1-2, featuring 23 teams and over 300 of the top collegiate wrestlers in the country. Continue reading
Badger State Invitational
1. Sycamore 201.0
2. Merrill 194.0
3. Edgar 153.0
4. Sparta 141.0
5. Mineral Point 120.0
6. Stoughton 112.5
7. Waterford 112.0
8. Iowa Grant 94.5
8. River Valley 94.5
10. Waukesha South 88.5
11. Campbellsport 80.0
12. Franklin 78.5
13. Lomira 74.5
14. Waunakee 38.0
15. Horicon 31.0
16. Manawa 29.0
17. Madison Lafollette 27.0
18. Waseca 25.0
19. Waukesha West 18.0
The Cougars’ Tommy Peterson is a vocal leader with an impressive ranking.
Every coach wants a natural leader. An outstanding athlete who’s vocal, leads by example and puts up strong numbers to back it all up.
Someone like Tommy Peterson, senior captain of the Lakeville South wrestling team. Continue reading at www.mnwrestlinghub.com
T.J. O’Hara, the defending Class 3A state champion at 152 pounds, tries to wrestle every chance that he gets.
T.J. O’Hara struggled so much on the wrestling mat in second grade, his dad thought about pulling the plug in the middle of the season.
“He didn’t think it was the sport for me,” O’Hara said. Continue reading at www.mnwrestlinghub.com