One drill made then five-year old Adam Fahs want to coach wrestling. It took him several weeks to complete the task. Once he did, he started to learn the nuances of the sport.
Ellsworth Community College played Quakedale Prep Academy out of New Providence for the second time this season, however this is the first time it counted.
The season may not have ended the way Ellsworth Community College had hoped, but the postseason rewards continue to come in for the Panthers.
Ellsworth Community College was unable to take advantage of Southwestern Community College early as the visitors sent the Panthers continuing on a four game slide – 80-75.
The taste of victory was within reach for Ellsworth Community College on Saturday.
The Ellsworth Community College Panthers only brought 10 wrestlers to Saturday’s Buena Vista University Open in Storm Lake, but they came home with three medals. None of them higher than the fourth place finishes by Quentrevion Campbell at 141 and Darrell Mason at 285.