Wolves take second in home tournament that draws over 160 wrestlers to the mats

The Wrangell Wolves hosted the Tom Sims Invitational Wrestling Tournament last weekend, coming away with 62 wins and 21 losses with 48 pins in the matches, including exhibitions.

The wrestling team came in second to Ketchikan overall by just 2.5 points, but placed first as the group with the most pins in the least time and the best winning percentage over the two-day tournament Friday and Saturday, Dec. 1-2, at the high school gym.

A large, cheering crowd of spectators gathered for the tournament on Saturday, and head wrestling coach Jack Carney thought it was nice to see so many in the commun...

 

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