Early Wrestling Wrap-up

The Rangeview wrestling team is partway through the season, an are looking at how to improve. (Amor-Leigh Wilson)

The Rangeview wrestling team is partway through the season, an are looking at how to improve. (Amor-Leigh Wilson)

Cade Palmer, Sports Editor

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The Rangeview wrestling team might have started off a little slow this year, but they’re quickly improving and gunning for the finish line.

 

Junior wrestler Eric Holt said, “The season has been going alright. We started off a little rough on our team duals, but then we picked up and started taking dubs.”

 

Junior wrestler Owen Schulz has a good point of view on the wrestling season so far, and how he thinks the team is looking coming up on the state wrestling tournaments. “The season is going well. Everyone just has a few things they need to work on and we definitely have a few state boun

Wrestlers practicing take downs as one of their beginning drills for the day. Observers look on for tips on how to improve their movements. (Oscar Perez)

d wrestlers on our team,” Schulz stated.

 

It’s exciting to heat Rangeview has some guys who could possibly compete at the main state wrestling tournaments. Romeo Cortez and Greg Brooks are two of the main potential state wrestlers for Rangeview.

 

Junior wrestler Nicholas Chounlamany also had some interesting comments on the season so far, and how he thinks they can improve as a whole. “We started off a little rocky in the beginning, but as the season went on, we progressed more and more and have gotten a lot better mentally and skill wise.”

 

The Raiders only plan on continuous improvement throughout the rest of the season. They hope to keep getting better collectively, while also being able to compete individually on the state level.

 

The Rangeview wrestlers just finished up a tournament on Saturday, and they continue towards their goals with matching starting up again this week.

Freshman Greg Brooks looks out after a win.