ELDRED — As nature turns colder, the sports move indoors with the beginning of winter sports and, in this case, wrestling. The student athletes are just warming up, with several on the …
ELDRED — As nature turns colder, the sports move indoors with the beginning of winter sports and, in this case, wrestling. The student athletes are just warming up, with several on the Eldred/Sullivan West mash-up moving straight from football to keep themselves fit and on the move.
That said however, it was a win for Rondout that left the George Ross Mackenzie Elementary gym on Wednesday, December 6.
With 6 overall forfeits in the full lineup, it’s no surprise the whole event went about an hour, deciding the whole score in only a handful of matches.
Even so, there isn’t much to speak on defeat, thankfully, as the Eldred/Sullivan West teams seem to have had a great show of sportsmanship. After a handful of pep talks and pick-me-up conversations, the student athletes stood tall -- prepared now with a better idea of the season they can look forward to and the challenges it will bring.
Scott Haberli said still-proud after the event,
“I think everybody is super enthusiastic and they’re a great bunch of aggressive kids. A lot of them haven’t wrestled before so there’s a lot to learn. You can really see the growth every day so I’m really excited about what’s gonna happen this year.”
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