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The Lee’s Summit Tigers begin historic 55th season inside the Lee’s Summit Fieldhouse
The Tigers Sean O' Conner restored order for the home team by taking the 170 pound match by a pin. That was followed Michael Garozzo at 182 and Carter Pikulski at 195 each winning their respective matches.
By Fred Liggett
Up-and-coming Liberty takes down reigning Class 3 state champion Kearney
“It was huge,” Senior Austin Kolvek said. “The state of Missouri, we put ourselves on the map. Beating the defending Class 3 state champs was a big thing. Our freshmen really, really stepped up tonight... From day one walking in, I think we knew we had something special."
By Chris Geinosky
Minus two starters, Park Hill takes the championship at the Park Hills Duals.
Nationally ranked Park Hill takes the crown. Lebanon was the surprise of the field, making an early statement in a season that includes a move back down to Class 3. The No. 4 seed, Lebanon opened with the defending state champions, and the Yellowjackets made a statement with eight wins — seven by pin.
By Ross Martin
Center aiming to increase state qualifiers, build on successes
“They have worked hard the last four years and were one of the reasons why we had a winning record last season. Our team motto is, ‘Finish" — no matter if it is a drill, a shot or a match," Center coach Charles Misher, Jr. said.
By Ross Martin
Staley reloads with variety of kids with state accomplishments, summer accolades and a tough freshman class
Head Coach Elisha Bears disclosed that “We expect our kids to focus on the process and fight for their teammates.” Additionally, “Our goal is for our athletes to work to become better wrestlers and people on a daily basis.”
By Eric Sipes
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