Winter Break Recap: Atlantic-CAM Wrestling

Atlantic-CAM wrestling kept competing over the holidays.

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Winter Break Recap: Atlantic-CAM Wrestling

Senior Cale Roller practices his moves on assistant coach Connor Larson during practice. Roller has participated in wrestling throughout high school and has developed many skills.

Senior Cale Roller practices his moves on assistant coach Connor Larson during practice. Roller has participated in wrestling throughout high school and has developed many skills.

Emma Templeton

Senior Cale Roller practices his moves on assistant coach Connor Larson during practice. Roller has participated in wrestling throughout high school and has developed many skills.

Emma Templeton

Emma Templeton

Senior Cale Roller practices his moves on assistant coach Connor Larson during practice. Roller has participated in wrestling throughout high school and has developed many skills.

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While first semester came to an end on Friday, Dec. 20, the wrestling team kept at it, attending two meets over the winter break.

At the Red Owens Holiday Classic, the Trojan wrestlers finished in third place. The meet was held on Saturday, Dec. 21 at Southeast Polk. Senior Aybren Moore secured a first place win in the 113-pound class. Sophomore Ethan Follman also won his division, the 120-pound class. Senior Cale Roller was runner up at 285. 

The team had a break from practice for the holiday but resumed on Friday, Dec. 27 to prepare for their next meet. 

The Trojans traveled to Eddyvile-Blakesburg on Saturday, Jan. 4 and claimed the Lettington Family Duals Tournament title. Eddyville, Des Moines East, and Comanche attended the meet. With the dual victories, the team stayed unbeaten on the 2019-20 campaign.