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Sycamore, Cheatham Wrestling Teams Find Success in Busy Day on the Mats



Cheatham County High boys team and coaches L-R.  Coach Justin Steele, Coach Jeremy Boyd, Ethan Steele, Landon Morris, Roger Gonzalez, Gage Forsythe, Cooper Cantrell, Jason Jines, Coach Wayne Camper, Coach Luke Miller. Front row L-R  Caden Ospina, Kekoa Jines, Adan Alvarez, Magness Johnson, Sumner Boyd (Photo: Angie Camper)


On January 13, 2024, the Sycamore High wrestling team hosted the Annual Ariel Rojas-Avila Memorial Tournament. 


Sycamore High had three wrestlers finish in the top three of their respected weight classes: Dylan Davenport in third place at 157 pounds, Gavin Smith in first place at 138 pounds, and Trey Moreland in first place at 132 pounds. On the girls team, Mailey Parker placed second in the 235 weight class. Out of the16 teams that were in attendance, Sycamore finished sixth overall.


The same day, the Cheatham County Central High boys team traveled to the Soggy Bottom Brawl Tournament held at Franklin County High. There were nine wrestlers who finished in the top four of their respected weight classes: Sumner Boyd in first place at 126 pounds, Adan Alvarez in first place at 132 pounds, Caden Ospina in first place at 138 pounds, Kekoa Jines in second place at 144 pounds, Cooper Cantrell in fourth place at 157 pounds, Ethan Steele in second place at 165 pounds, Gage Forsythe in second place at 175 pounds, Landon Morris in first place at 215 pounds, and Roger Gonzalez in second place at 285 pounds. 


As a team, Cheatham County brought home first place out of 19 competing teams.Roger Gonzalez received the Best Match Award for the tournament.  

 Cheatham's Emma Reeves and Amanda Thomason (Photo: Angie Camper)


Also that day, the Cheatham County Central High girls' team competed at the St. Andrew's Girls Mountain Top Invitational Tournament in Sewanee, Tennessee. Amanda Thomason finished first in the114-pound weight class, and Emma Reeves finished in third place in the 107-pound weight class. Despite having only two female wrestlers, they were able to finish seventh overall out of 16 teams competing in the tournament.








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