Head coach James LeMay separated younger from older wrestlers for instructions during practices.
“The younger wrestlers are able to compete better because of the change,” LeMay said.
Men’s wrestling has competed in five events since the start of the season in November. Varsity wrestled in the Black and Orange Scrimmage against Westminster Christian Academy and participated in the Zumwalt East Tournament.
Varsity and JV will both wrestle against Hillsboro High School in Roberts Gym on Dec. 20.
Junior Varsity has wrestled against McCluer High School and competed in an Oakville JV Tournament.
After JV’s performance against McCluer High School on Dec. 5, LeMay is relieved and confident for the rest of JV’s season.
“We have a lot of strong wrestlers; I can’t single out one that stands out,” LeMay said.
LeMay said, “It’s still the beginning of the season for men’s wrestling. Varsity hasn’t been able to test their strength yet.”
Men’s wrestling hasn’t faced any prominent teams yet.
“Rockwood Summit and Kirkwood have given us trouble in the past, but we look forward to competing against them,” LeMay said.
LeMay is supported by his assistant coaching staff: Varsity assistant coach Dave Ruckman, assistant coach Patrick Wilson and assistant coach Gabe Farmer.
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