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Winter sports come to a close

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Winter sports come to a close

Above, is a group picture of the Wayland Wrestling team at the Division 3 Central Sectional Championships. Wayland Wrestling has had a very successful season, winning 25 of their 26 regular season matches. “[They are] Fearless. Absolutely fearless. I mean that. Fearless because they have confidence in their ability has a team and as a group,

Above, is a group picture of the Wayland Wrestling team at the Division 3 Central Sectional Championships. Wayland Wrestling has had a very successful season, winning 25 of their 26 regular season matches. “[They are] Fearless. Absolutely fearless. I mean that. Fearless because they have confidence in their ability has a team and as a group," head coach Sean Chase said.

Above, is a group picture of the Wayland Wrestling team at the Division 3 Central Sectional Championships. Wayland Wrestling has had a very successful season, winning 25 of their 26 regular season matches. “[They are] Fearless. Absolutely fearless. I mean that. Fearless because they have confidence in their ability has a team and as a group," head coach Sean Chase said.

Above, is a group picture of the Wayland Wrestling team at the Division 3 Central Sectional Championships. Wayland Wrestling has had a very successful season, winning 25 of their 26 regular season matches. “[They are] Fearless. Absolutely fearless. I mean that. Fearless because they have confidence in their ability has a team and as a group," head coach Sean Chase said.

Whitney Halperin

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