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  1. Michigan State Earns Wrestler of the Week Plaudit Spartans’ Hughes picks up the honor after winning four matches at the Reno Tournament of Champions Wrestler of the Week Drew Hughes, Michigan State 165 pounds – Fr. – Lowell, Ind. – Lowell Helped lead the Spartans to a second-place finish at the Reno Tournament of Champions The unranked wrestler picked up three technical falls before earning a 2-0 sudden victory win over 12th-ranked Branson Ashworth of Wyoming Earns the first Wrestler of the Week Award of his career Last Michigan State Wrestler of the Week: Michael McC
  2. Michigan State Earns Wrestler of the Week Plaudit Spartans’ Hughes picks up the honor after winning four matches at the Reno Tournament of Champions Wrestler of the Week Drew Hughes, Michigan State 165 pounds – Fr. – Lowell, Ind. – Lowell Helped lead the Spartans to a second-place finish at the Reno Tournament of Champions The unranked wrestler picked up three technical falls before earning a 2-0 sudden victory win over 12th-ranked Branson Ashworth of Wyoming Earns the first Wrestler of the Week Award of his career Last Michigan State Wrestler of the Week: Michael McClure (Dec. 18,
  3. By STEVE KRAH Five Penn wrestlers made it to the championship mat and helped the Kingsmen take the team title at Mishawaka High School’s famed Al Smith Classic for the fourth straight time. Seniors Drew Hildebrandt (22-0 at 120 pounds) and Kobe Woods (12-0 at 220) were winners and junior Kory Cavanaugh (21-2 at 106) and seniors Austin Slates (20-1 at 113) and Cameron Beam (19-4 at 145) were both runners-up in helping Penn hoist the hardware at Mishawaka for the fifth time in six years. “This was the most grinding,” Kingsmen coach Brad Harper said. “There were no easy matches.” Wh
  4. By STEVE KRAH Five Penn wrestlers made it to the championship mat and helped the Kingsmen take the team title at Mishawaka High School’s famed Al Smith Classic for the fourth straight time. Seniors Drew Hildebrandt (22-0 at 120 pounds) and Kobe Woods (12-0 at 220) were winners and junior Kory Cavanaugh (21-2 at 106) and seniors Austin Slates (20-1 at 113) and Cameron Beam (19-4 at 145) were both runners-up in helping Penn hoist the hardware at Mishawaka for the fifth time in six years. “This was the most grinding,” Kingsmen coach Brad Harper said. “There were no easy matches.” While
  5. Brought to you by EI Sports By JEREMY HINES jerhines@cinergymetro.net Drew Hughes has already had the type of high school wrestling career many dream of. He finished second in the state his freshman season and fifth last year. But Hughes is far from satisfied. Hughes doesn’t aim for fifth place. His goal is a championship — nothing less. Hughes sets the bar high for himself. Anything less than a state championship will be a disappointment. Last state tournament might have been a turning point in Hughes’ career. He had beaten Lawrence North’s Tommy Cash and Merrivill
  6. Brought to you by EI Sports By JEREMY HINES jerhines@cinergymetro.net Drew Hughes has already had the type of high school wrestling career many dream of. He finished second in the state his freshman season and fifth last year. But Hughes is far from satisfied. Hughes doesn’t aim for fifth place. His goal is a championship — nothing less. Hughes sets the bar high for himself. Anything less than a state championship will be a disappointment. Last state tournament might have been a turning point in Hughes’ career. He had beaten Lawrence North’s Tommy Cash and Merriville’s Jaco
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