River Bluff Coed Varsity Wrestling

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Varsity Wrestling Earns 2nd Overall in Ft. Mill

Saturday, December 9, 2017 5:00 PM Place 2 Points 177 Meet Recap   River Bluff’s varsity wrestling team competed in the Ft. Mill tournament this past weekend. The Gators took second overall and had 7 individual place finishers. 1st Parker Palmer 138 1st Ben Emery 145 1st Tuna Butler 160 1st Edwin Brown 170 1st

Gators Varsity Wrestling Takes 5th in Southern Slam

Saturday, December 2, 2017 5:00 PM Place 5 Points 131 Meet Recap River Bluff Wrestling took 5th place out of 43 teams this past weekend at the Southern Slam, hosted by Eastside High School. The event featured some of the top high school wrestling programs from six southeastern states. The Gators had 5 wrestlers place

Announcement: RB Youth Wrestling Sign-ups Next Week

Registration for Youth Wrestling (K through 6) will be next week – Wednesday, 10/18 and Thursday, 10/19 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM in the wrestling room.

Emery Wins a State Title

Saturday, February 25, 2017 12:00 AM Place 0 Points 0 Meet Recap   The Gators had 6 wrestlers compete in the individual state championships. Overall River Bluff had 3 wrestlers place. Ben Emery won the 145lb. state championship, winning the first ever individual state title in River Bluff history. Carlos Ortega took 4th place in

River Bluff High School Coed Varsity Wrestling beat Ashley Ridge High School 26-25

Wednesday, February 8, 2017 12:00 AM River Bluff High School AWAY 26 Ashley Ridge High School HOME 25 Meet Recap River Bluff won a close match against Ashley Ridge. Down 25-21 Sam Emery put the Gators ahead with a pin. This is the Gators first lowerstate championship in program history. Up next the Gators will

Gators Capture Lower State Title

courtesy Thomas Grant, Chronicle Sports   Five years have passed since Lexington was the last Chronicle Country high school to win a state wrestling championship. That same year, Chapin High School finished runner-up to Belton Honea-Path for the Class 3A title. On Wednesday, the Eagles earned a return trip to the state finals after defeating