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EHS Wrestling Claims First Region Title

The Easley High School Wrestling team, under head coach Randy Merchant, claimed the first Region Championship in school history on Tuesday night as they defeated previously unbeaten JL Mann.  With the victory, EHS will now host Rounds 1 and 2 of the Upper State 5A Playoffs on Saturday afternoon at the high school gymnasium.   The

EHS Wrestling Improves to 23-2

The EHS Wrestling Team traveled to Riverside High School on Thursday night and continued their exceptional season by beating Riverside 71-6 and St. Joe’s 84-0.  The Easley grapplers are now 23-2 and will be back in action on January 11th at TL Hanna High School.

Wrestling Finishes 2nd at Liberty Duals

EHS Wrestlers went 4-1 to place 2nd at the Liberty Duals this past Saturday improving their overall season record to 15-1.         Easley 84    St Joe                 0 Easley 72    Rabun Gap        5 Easley 60    Greer                 24 Easley 24    Locusts Grove  47 Easley 45    JL Mann            30

Wrestling Sweeps at Home

The Easley High School Wrestling Team swept Berea HS (75-6) and Seneca HS (72-12) last night staying undefeated on the season and improving to 11-0.  EHS will be back in action on Saturday morning at Liberty HS with a 9:30 AM start.

Wrestling Wins at Powdersville

The EHS Wrestling Team improved to 9-0 on the season by sweeping the Powdersville Invitational on Thursday evening.  Easley defeated Pendleton 72-12, High Point 63-15, and Powdersville 39-36 to claim the championship. Wrestling will be back in action on Wednesday evening as they host Wren and Berea beginning at 6 PM.

Easley Wrestling Wins Woodmont Invitational

Easley took the First Place Overall Team Championship this past weekend at Woodmont.  The following individuals earned recognition: 106 lbs  Caleb Holcombe.  Gold 126 lbs  Andre Calderon.    Silver 132 lbs  Eric Henkel.            Silver 138 lbs  Bailey Catoe.          Silver 145 lbs  Austin Lippincott.   Bronze 182