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Campers grapple with wrestling lessons

Warren County wrestler Brandt Damon attended the Pioneer Pride Wrestling Camp last week at the United Steelworkers Union Hall. Attendance has doubled since the first camp last year.

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“Stance, stance, stance and watch your feet,” said County Pride wrestling team coach David Holcomb to a group of 35 students ages 5-17. “That’s twice what we had last year and it’s a really good sign wrestling can make a comeback in Warren County with the right feeder programs and organization.” It’s not just for boys either as girls wrestling programs have begun to make appearances in more and more schools and are an Olympic sport. According to Holcomb, Wilson Central is a school where they have developed their youth program in the past and now have 6-7 graduates competing in college-level wrestling programs.

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