Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

Experienced grapplers and tough newcomers expected to be contenders for Kimball's wrestling club


December 14, 2017

Dakota Kuhns/Western Nebraska Observer

Kimball wrestlers are poised to be contenders this year. Front row from left Connor Cluff, Toby McManigal, Jordan Cluff and Jaden Mohr. Back row, from left, coach Wade Brashear, Ethan Ratzlaff, Garrett Pedersen, Trevor Ryschon and Stephen Bateman. Not pictured, assistant coach Bob Culek.

Kimball's wrestling club could feature a few top contenders this season with six returning starters and two tough newcomers under the skilled guidance of returning head coach Wade Brashear.

Brashear, in for his sixth year coaching the Longhorns, returns five starters, all of whom are letter winners as well.

"Kimball has several returning wrestlers, but we have been affected by many transfers," Brashear said. "However, I intend to have a tough, well-conditioned team, as always."

Seniors Garrett Pedersen, 120, and Jaden Mohr, 132, will be great leaders on the mats for the local grapplers. The...

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