Several Huntsville and New Waverly wrestlers are off to strong starts and are closing in on clinching state tournament berths.
Huntsville sophomore Skylar Brock, bottom, attempts to wiggle free from a hold during Saturday's Class 5A girls 165-pound state championship bout against Frisco Lone Star's Marsela Gaisoa at the UIL Wrestling State Tournament, which was held at the Culwell Center in Garland.
Lady Hornets junior Christian Walker was all smiles after winning her third-place bout on Saturday afternoon. Walker has improved each time she competed at the state tournament. She finished sixth as a freshman in 2013, fourth last year as a sophomore and now third. She's looking to improve …
After a stellar Friday at the state wrestling tournament, Huntsville sophomore Skylar Brock will be wrestling for a state championship today in the final of the UIL Wrestling State Tournament at the Culwell Center in Garland.
Ever since the Lady Hornets finished third at last year’s state wrestling tournament, they’ve been determined to make it back and win it all this year.
CYPRESS -- For the third straight year, the Huntsville girls cruised to a regional wrestling championship, while the Hornets finished fifth at the Class 5A Region III tournament on Saturday at the Berry Center in Cypress.
The Lady Hornets are on their way to winning a third straight regional championship after the first day of the Class 5A Region III wrestling tournament at the Berry Center in Cypress.
Huntsville junior Miranda Nava, center, hugs Huntsville wrestling head coach Chris Potter after winning the girls 95-pound championships as assistant coach Eddie Pearce also savors the victory during Saturday’s District 10-5A wrestling tournament at Bryan High School. The Huntsville boys and…
Huntsville wrestler Nic Dornbush tries to pin his opponent to the mat during his third-place match on Saturday. Dornbush finished third in the 152-pound weight class and by placing fourth or better, Dornbush
BRYAN — Nothing could stop the Hornets and Lady Hornets from repeating as District 10-5A champions at Bryan High School on Saturday, not even a slight power outage.
Since the New Waverly wrestling program went to its first meet in November, the Bulldogs and Lady Dogs have been using each bout to gain knowledge and experience about the sport to be at their best when it matters most.
Even with a few of their teammates resting this weekend, the Huntsville High School wrestling team tested their mettle with the likes of Class 6A programs Cy Lakes, Cy Ridge and The Woodlands.
The Lady Hornets took full advantage of their opportunity against strong Class 6A wrestling squads at the state duals tournament on Saturday in Cypress.
In front of their friends, family members and classmates, the Huntsville boys and girls senior wrestlers wanted to put on a good show in their final home meet.
During Wednesday’s wrestling meet against a pair of District 10-5A teams, the Huntsville boys and girls did plenty of good things, plus also saw where they needed to improve.
Lady Hornets senior Jordan Kader maintains her leverage against Humble’s Brianna McKinney during Wednesday’s meet at the Paul Bohan Hornet Gym. Kader won by pinfall against McKinney and Willis’ Tiffany Cherry as the Huntsville girls easily defeated both squads. The Hornet boys lost to Humble…
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