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Lawrence County wrestlers high on talent, low on numbers

Posted on April 30, 2021

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Quality over quantity is the them for Lawrence County’s high school wrestling team this season. With just 10 athletes in the program due to a variety of reasons, the Lawrenceville-Red Hill co-op will not be able to cover all the weight classes in their meets this season, but they hope to make up for that will quality wrestling up and down the line-up.

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