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Indian Wrestlers Building for Big Season

Chattooga Indian Wrestling set for another big season on the mat. First Home Duals match tonight at 5 pm.

With winter looming for Chattooga County, attention turns to the wrestling room for Indian fans as Head Coach Brian Beasley’s gang is set to build on a strong 2017-18 finish. Last season, the Indians won its first Traditional Area title since 1998 en route to a 7th place finish at State. With two wrestlers in last year’s finals and Griffin Jarrett (106) winning his second state title, Chattooga returns four state placers and one State Champion to a squad that has high expectations.

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Early in the season, wrestlers are evaluated for hydration and given a weight decent assessment to ensure a safe and healthy plan for reaching each athlete’s optimal weight. The majority of wrestlers will spend the first 30 days of the season gradually cutting weight to their position for Area and State Duals and on to the Traditional State tournament.

Coach Beasley is “…excited about kids in the room” and acknowledged that his team has lofty ambitions after losing only one senior. “The early season focus is on dropping weights and getting ready for February,” remarked Beasley.

The Indians have hit the mat a few times already this season and are ready to host Chattooga’s first Home Duals of the season against Coosa and Model, tonight at 5 pm.

2018-19 Indian Wrestlers

106-Chandler Fowler

113-Cameron Drawdy

120-Griffin Jarrett

126-Johnny Stanley / Mackenzie Blackmon

132-Devon Bishop / Tabitha Neal / Jasmine Johnson

145-Jason Malone / Kenzie Rosser

152-J.J. Roberts

170-Dakota West

182-Jacoby Cottrell / Devon Heroch

195-Ty Veatch / Noah Cordle

220-Alex Mears / Tre farmer

285-Luis Medina


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Casie Bryant is the NW Georgia Regional Manager for AllOnGeorgia.

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