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Coach McCormick

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Coach McCormick last won the day on September 29 2017

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    Yorktown

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  1. IHSWCA State Coach of the Year Awards

    Congrats guys! Well deserved by these two gentlemen.
  2. David Palmer Legendary Delta/ Muncie Southside wrestler, David Palmer, lost his battle to cancer in late December. He was 54 years old. In the early 1980's David was a one-time state runner up and a state champion for Muncie Southside as well as a 2x state champion for Delta HS. David led Delta to their first team state championship title in 1981 that eventually turned into 5 consecutive titles. In 1979 David became the first Indiana wrestler to make the world team and the first to win a gold medal. David wrestled for Oklahoma Univ. on a full ride scholarship and graduated with a bachelors degree in accounting. David was an inspiration to all those that knew him and was always helping others. He will be greatly missed! Please join friends and family for a Life Celebration of David Palmer this Sunday January 14th at Mansfield Park in Muncie. Celebration begins at 4:00pm. For more info please contact : Delta coach Gary Schliessman at cabincreations@comcast.net
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    Yorktown
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    Yorktown
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    Yorktown
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    Yorktown
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    Yorktown
  12. Yorktown vs Indian Creek

    11/25/2017
  13. Yorktown vs Northridge

    11/25/2017
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    Yorktown
  15. Gunnar Larson (Army WP) placed 4th going 2-2 (frosh/soph division) at the Southeast Open this past weekend in Roanoke, VA to open up his collegiate career. Brad Laughlin (USMAPS) made it to the final 6 (going 2-2) at the Princeton Open this past weekend to open up his collegiate career.
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