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RHS wrestlers win dual at North Knox, 54-30

Posted on January 21, 2022

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Wrestling their first dual match in a month did not seem to phase Robinson High School’s wrestling team Wednesday night. The Maroons have returned to the mats following a lengthy layoff due to the holidays and some COVID-19 issues and were able to come up with a big win on the road, as they downed North Knox, Ind., 54-30.

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