Area wrestling teams were well represented when the Tennessee Sports Writers Association released its All-State honors Wednesday.
Jonathan Michael Morton II had state championship stuff for the 2019-20 school year.
Tre Morrisette kept working to get better.
Tyler Seeley’s run to a state wrestling championship was pointless — but not in the way that might sound.
During these uncertain times, close-knit communities always seem to find a way to rally together for the greater good.
FRANKLIN—Seven Tri-Cities area athletes will step into the championship fire at Saturday’s TSSAA state wrestling tournament.
CHURCH HILL — The season will go on for 10 Science Hill wrestlers.
Dobyns-Bennett twins Tre Morrisette and Clint Morrisette, with a combined record of 83-2, were at the forefront of area wrestling this season.
Science Hill had a better day two, while Dobyns-Bennett lost two matches Saturday at the TSSAA state wrestling duals at the Williamson County Expo Center.
It takes a different type of grit to want to wrestle.
DANDRIDGE — Dobyns-Bennett romped to wins in the heavier weight classes and then held off a Science Hill rally to win Thursday’s Region 1-AAA wrestling duals at Jefferson County’s Patriot Academy.
Senior night at Science Hill did not turn out to be the best for the Hilltoppers as Dobyns-Bennett came into the Old Topper Gymnasium and pulled out a stunner.
Science Hill didn’t come away with hardware, but the Hilltoppers had some good performances in the Fandetti-Richardson Brawl on Saturday at The New Gym.
Bradley Central defeated Science Hill 40-30 Friday evening in an early season showdown of top state wrestling programs at the Moffat duals.