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Warrior matmen place first at WVU camp

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Wrestling campMembers of the Carrollton wrestling program took part in the West Virginia University Wrestling Team Camp June 16-20 in Morgantown, WV. where they placed first in the team competition event.

Warrior wrestlers competed in seven dual meets, a takedown tournament, eight technique sessions, a push up contest and team games, including a tug of war, dodge ball and ultimate Frisbee.

Carrollton Head Coach Ken Pasiuk said the wrestlers had an opportunity to work with and be taught by members of the WVU wrestling team and their national championship coaches.

Pictured from left to right are. Front row - Brayden Carter, Justin Shaw, Aidan Pasiuk, Ben Pasiuk, Brice Wieland, Clay Pidgeon, and Coach Danny Fellix - National Champ/World and Olympic Competitor/WVU assistant Coach. Back row – Assistant Coach Eric Hilty, Adam Shaw, Coach Vertus Jones (Two-time National Finalist and PA State Champ), Brennon Thomas, Austin Bentley, C.J. Brady, Hunter Johnston, Joey Knipp, Austin Brooks, Zach Blake, Cole Shockey, Coach Gregg Jones (three time National Champ and WVU Assistant Coach), and Carrollton Head Coach Ken Pasiuk. Carrollton matman Kalub Babe was not in the picture but attended the camp.

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