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Wrestling hunts for placements at the Coyote Classic

Courtesy of @RedhawksWrestle
Wrestling travels to Memorial Friday for the Coyote Classic in hopes to rack up more medals. “I would at least hope for most of our kids to make it to the top five at least,” sophomore Dani Banks said.

Redhawks Wrestling travels to Memorial Friday and Saturday to compete in the annual Coyote Classic, aiming to have as many athletes place as possible. 

“This is a good tournament for us, a chance for some people to place and show what they can do and that is kind of my goal,” head coach Justin Koons said. “Going into districts, this gives us an opportunity to wrestle more district opponents, something that is more of our level with all 5A schools. It’s a good end of year tournament that we can do some stuff with.”

Sophomore Dani Banks will try and use what she sees during the tournament to help her improve at the sport.

“I’m mostly excited to see my opponents and their skill levels to help me improve my technique,” Banks said. “With tournaments it can sometimes be very unpredictable, but if i had to guess I would at least hope for most of our kids to make it to the top five at least.”

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