Kennedy Campbell attended her first Iowa State wrestling match when she was in eighth-grade, and was immediately hooked by the atmosphere that collegiate wrestling had to offer.
The second half of the North Iowa Cedar League-West schedule got started Thursday in Conrad. It didn’t go the way either of AGWSR’s head coaches had hoped after opening the schedule with a home sweep of the BCLUW Comets.
AGWSR’s Trey Lashbrook, ranked 10th in 1A at 120, will tell you he’s struggling. The junior two-time State placer is 22-5 this season after falling Thursday night to ninth-rated Brooks Meyer of Denver. All five of his losses are to ranked wrestlers over all three classes.
SH-BCLUW co-head coach Mike Olson knew this year would be different than years past. They just don’t have the same amount of dominant wrestlers they once had.
Thirteen pins led to two big North Central Conference victories for the Iowa Falls-Alden wrestling team Thursday night.
One quarter took Ellsworth Community College out of contention for its first win of the season.