Middle School Wrestlers give coach an un-hairraising experience

 

March 28, 2024

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Dayton Wrestling Coach Carlos Norris wagered with his Middle School Bulldog wrestlers that if one of them achieved the medal stand at the Bi-State Tournament, he would consent to cutting off his curly locks of hair. Well, Hunter Griffen wrestled his way to first place in the 220-lb. division, and at a recent assembly at Dayton Schools, Norris made good on his pledge.

Dayton Wrestling Coach Carlos Norris wagered with his Middle School Bulldog wrestlers that if one of them achieved the medal stand at the Bi-State Tournament, he would consent to cutting off his curly locks of hair. Well, Hunter Griffen wrestled his way to first place in the 220-lb. division, and at a recent assembly at Dayton Schools, Norris made good on his pledge.

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