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Andale Wrestling Battles in First Tournament of the Year

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This past Saturday, December 2nd the Andale Indians Wrestling team had their first tournament of the year. This tournament took place at Pratt High School.  This tournament had not only Pratt and Andale, but contained 18 teams in total.

The Indians brought along freshman Jarek Towell and Jackson Grier. Sophomores included Ace Altman and Camron Woltemath. Juniors were Jackson Aaron and Isaiah Wilson. Last but not least Senior Cody Engelbrecht.

Jarek Towell (126) and Jackson Grier (165) went 0-2 but competed well in their first varsity tournament. As most know or don’t know wrestling is a very tough sport both physically and mentally challenging. Camron Woltemath (286) went 2-2 and placed 4th, this was the same result for Ace Altman (215) as well. Jackson Aaron (132) finished the day 4-1 while placing 3rd. Isaiah Wilson (190) went 4-0 taking 1st place. Finally Cody Engelbrecht (175) went 5-1 and took 3rd place. After the day concluded the Indians scored 88 points as a team.

Head coach, Doug Eck, said after the meet that he was pleased with how the first tournament of the year went. He was pleased with how much conditioning they got from the meet, but says they are still a long ways away from being Regional and State Champions. That’s always the end goal and the Indians can do it if they keep showing up and competing like their known to do.

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I'm a sophomore at Andale High School and this is my first year working for Renwick Review. I am involved in football and track. Something that I appreciate about Renwick is how much they care about their social media. One person that inspires me is tom platz because you have to be mentally strong and also because of his saying of "Thank god. Now the only place to go from failure is to win. You have to achieve failure. You have to take it that far".
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