Kimball youth is growing up with the women's wrestling movement
At not quite twelve years old, Sierra Starr Boviall continues to make a name for herself among young wrestlers. Boviall, a student at Potter-Dix schools, lives in Kimball with her grandmother, Penny Hobbs.
Boviall has been wrestling for four years in the Federation wrestling program and currently trains and competes with the Tri-state Grapplers. She wrestles folk style and Greco-Roman currently but will be learning freestyle soon.
In addition to learning a new wrestling style, she is learning new moves this year and plans to become a member of the AAU in addition to the USAW.
"This year she...