Knights go 2-3 at the DC West Dual Tournament

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Knights go 2-3 at the DC West Dual Tournament

Wrestlers Jacob Rapoza '19 and Andree Kakish '20 listen to instructions at practice.  This year was Rapoza's first time wrestling for the Knights

Wrestlers Jacob Rapoza '19 and Andree Kakish '20 listen to instructions at practice. This year was Rapoza's first time wrestling for the Knights

Wrestlers Jacob Rapoza '19 and Andree Kakish '20 listen to instructions at practice. This year was Rapoza's first time wrestling for the Knights

Wrestlers Jacob Rapoza '19 and Andree Kakish '20 listen to instructions at practice. This year was Rapoza's first time wrestling for the Knights

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The wrestling team competed in a dual tournament on Jan. 26. The dual tournament was at DC West High School. The team had a total of five duals against Concordia/DC West, Conestoga, Arlington, East Butler, and Louisville. The team went 2-3 with wins against Concordia/DC West and Louisville.

According to assistant coach Dudding, the team competed well, and the wrestlers agree.

“I feel like we wrestled well, may not have been our best tournament of the year, but we went out and gave them what we had,” Jacob Rapoza ‘19 said.

The team right now is preparing for districts coming up on Feb. 8 and 9.

“As we get closer, it’s just refining the technique and being able to handle situations,” Trevin Detwiler ‘19 said.

Districts this year are in Grand Island, and the team will spend Thursday and Friday night there. Jarrett Cline ‘19 will be returning to finish out his senior year after having broken his ankle early in the season.

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