Wrestling Launch 2019-20 Season

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Warren Hills Senior Logan Nauta (right) and Hillsborough’s Nicolas Ercolino go head-to-head in a wrestling match held at the Warren Hills Middle School Dec.18. The Warren Hills varsity team won 60-12 in dual competition. “It was a good win, but beating Hillsborough can’t be the highlight of our season,” said Warren Hills Varsity Coach Zach Fisher, who is looking to accumulate more wins as the wrestling season progresses. “We need to keep moving towards our overall goal—winning sectional and state titles.” (Photo by Jaedon Wolfrum)

Jaedon Wolfrum, Staff Reporter