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Young Dawg wrestlers are getting better


Jason Andersen said he is becoming increasingly pleased with his young Bearden High School wrestling team.

Despite dual match losses to Webb School and Knoxville Catholic Thursday, Jan. 19, at KCHS, Bearden whipped Heritage and Sevier County the day before at South-Doyle. The Bulldogs dropped a 36-30 decision to SDHS.

Ian Little [112-pound class], hes progressing, Andersen said while listing some of his top wrestlers of late. Nathan Bevelhimer [152], hes not at his peak yet, but hes starting to come through. And I would say Andrew Birdwell [125], hes up and down, when hes up hes good hopefully this weekend coming up on K-I-L will be a positive thing for him.

As for Bevelhimer and Birdwell both finishing fourth at the annual Halls Invitational Jan. 14, It was good to see where they were at it was a good showing they wrestled hard, they had some tough matches, Andersen said. There were some good teams there [such as] Brentwood Academy.

Other top efforts included freshman Matt Moore at 130, hes really coming on strong, Andersen said. Sam Bevelhimer,, hes really coming on, he a freshman [140]. Hes athletic, hes picking it up, hes doing well for us.

 

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