Minnesota West wrestling season is full of learning opportunities

“I think everybody right now is on the right track and starting to understand that it’s a different level. It’s going to take a different effort and hopefully the buy-in is there going forward.”

WORTHINGTON – The wrestling season at Minnesota West Community & Technical College is just underway and there has definitely been a learning curve to it.

Many adjustments have been made within the Bluejays wrestling program both prior to and since the start of the season.

The first major adjustment came at the head coach position. Longtime coach Randy Baker retired over the summer and assistant coach Brayden Curry took over. Since becoming the head coach, Curry is continuing to adjust to his new job. Continue reading at dglobe.com →

THE DRILL: Deante Porter has grown as a wrestler at Minnesota West

The sophomore from Brooklyn Center has been greatly influenced by Minnesota West’s wrestling program and he looks to keep growing as a wrestler.

WORTHINGTON – The wrestling program at Minnesota West Technical and Community College is one that wants to push its wrestlers to learn and grow.

When The Globe recently interviewed Minnesota West wrestler Deante Porter, he expressed how much the Bluejay wrestling program, head coach Brayden Curry and his teammates have inspired him to do those things.

“(It) inspires me in a lot of ways,” he said. “It just pushes you to keep being better no matter what. When you’re tired and you’re running, (Curry) always tells you to keep going. You look to your left and right and your teammates are just keeping on pushing you. Sometimes I end up walking, boom, they keep pushing me to run.” Continue reading at dglobe.com →