Apollo girls wrestler Pascual looks to continue breaking barriers following fourth place finish at state
As a sophomore, Apollo High School wrestler Araceli Pascual made waves as the first girl on the team. After a fourth-place finish in the girls state wrestling tournament, Pascual will look to improve as a junior all while opening the door for other girls behind her.
The Dean family is well-known in Lowell, Mich., thanks to their tremendous athletic success. The youngest of three brothers, Doak Dean, is continuing the family legacy thanks to his wrestling success at Lowell High School, and recent commitment to Harvard University.
The Kelly Walsh Trojans return a three-time individual state champion and two runners-up, but they’ll need a few less-proven grapplers to step up in order to claim their third straight WHSAA Class 4A team state title.
Former Robinson Secondary School wrestler and football player Kjell Lindgren has emerged as one of NASA’s top astronauts. With plans to join the program’s next mission to the moon, Lindgren will go farther than any Robinson grad has gone before.
After a season of firsts and a heartbreaking loss in the state tournament, Brandon Valley is ready to solidify its rise to the upper echelon of South Dakota High School wrestling with a first-ever team state championship.
Jacob Thomas is ready to add one more state title to the walls of Fargo South before he finishes his senior year.
Only a month away from the start of the wrestling season, Simley High School is just hoping it gets a chance to showcase possibly the best team it has ever fielded.
CHILLICOTHE, Ohio — In 2018, Josh Smith saw a need for a local wrestling club. That’s when he and his brother, Zach Smith, joined forces to start the First Capital Wrestling Club. Formed from a desire to bring club wrestling to the area, the goal of the First Capital Wrestling Club is to establish a […]
Madison Ruckdashel is the new graduate assistant coach for Lakeland’s women’s wrestling team.
Cayden Whitaker has had a decorated wrestling career while competing in high school at Martinsville, and collegiately at the University of Indianapolis. After an injury that caused him to miss all of last season, Whitaker is back and ready to prove himself once again.