Making up for lost time


Occasional illness and injury throughout the season gave six Dogie wrestlers the opportunity to compete last weekend at the Black Hills Classic in Hill City, and despite their limited numbers, the squad finished strong in claiming sixth place out of 18 teams.

“During a season, a wrestler can only compete in 15 events (seven tournaments and eight duals), so the six that traveled this weekend were guys that had missed a tournament earlier in the season,” head coach Lee McCoy explained.

Though it was a small roster for the Dogies, it included some of the team’s heaviest hitters with Wyatt Corley (152) and Teigen Marchant (195) each placing first, while Kale Corley (120) finished in second. Reid Holmes placed fourth at 113 and Skyler Jenkins (145) and Joe Guse (220) each finished in eighth.


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