MINNEAPOLIS – Bailee O’Reilly remembers that dreary day like yesterday.
Sept. 29, 2008. The day his mom died.
Jamie O’Reilly was just 32 years old when she lost her battle with cancer. She was the lone woman in the O’Reilly house. Jamie and her husband Zach had five boys: Bailee, Kaleb, Kelby, Baxter and Maddox.
Bailee was the oldest, and he was just 9 when Jamie died. Maddox was 4.
Five boys. Separated by just five years. Continue reading at www.postbulletin.com
The Goodhue Wildcats wrestling program has had a total of two head coaches for the last 50 years. Part of the reason former Goodhue wrestling coach Bill Sutter – who amassed the fourth-most wins in the history of Minnesota high…
The November 29, 2019 issue of The Guillotine has arrived! Featured content in this issue includes High School Class Previews, The I's of the Tigers - Blaine Wrestling, A Great Place To Be - Adrian Wrestling, and 50 Years of Putting the Team First – Goodhue Wrestling. More content in this issue: Gophers Action, Lace ‘Em Up, Open Tournament Calendar, MWCA Report, Where Have They Gone? - Don Kussinen, Ask The Doc - Heart Health, Performance Nutrition - Meal Replacements, Officially Speaking, and Camps-Clinics-Training.
Kelby O’Reilly of Goodhue has committed to wrestling for Northern State in 2019-20. Continue reading