Scottsboro wrestler Matthew Dupree posted a strong finish in the Battle of Bama wrestling tournament.
Three Scottsboro wrestlers advanced to the quarterfinal round of their respective weight classes on Day 1 of the AHSAA’s Class 5A-6A State Wrestling Championships.
The Alabama High School Athletic Association’s Central Board of Control voted Wednesday to finalize numerous postseason format changes for high school basketball, indoor track and field and wrestling.
Scottsboro wrestlers enjoyed plenty of success during the 2019-20 high school wrestling season. Here is a look at some of the highlights from last season:
Scottsboro wrestlers remained in contention to earn berths to next weekend’s state tournament at the Class 1A-5A North Super Section Tournament Friday afternoon.
The 2018-19 Scottsboro wrestling team won the Class 1A-5A state duals championship and saw several wrestlers win or finish as runners-up in their respective weight class during the state’s traditional tournament.
Scottsboro head wrestling coach Chris Staton had long believed Damian Ramirez had the potential to be a state-championship level wrestler if he could avoid the injury bug.
Chris Staton emphasizes that the Scottsboro wrestling team is only two weeks into a long season, and a lot of work is still ahead of his Wildcats to reach their ultimate goals.