Wrestling is staying competitive and excited for tournaments to start. After all of the morning runs and after school practices the boys are ready. The team is confident about their goals and ready to fight for them. The boys are excited for this season and what it holds for them.
The boys are getting really competitive, when on their morning runs they will race and make it a competition.
Senior Matthew Souza believes the team is very strong this year and has set his goals on a state championship.
"The team is very Competitive we have nine Seniors and really strong underclassmen," said Souza. "I hope to take first in state, and for the team to win state this year. I think our coaches are the best in Nevada and my teammates are all great wrestlers and great friends."
Souza and the rest of the team are going to fight to get to state, and continue Lowry's legacy as one of the most successful wrestling programs in the state.
Freshman Kole Mattson is excited for the season to get underway but knows there are things he need to get better at.
"I need to work on getting faster and dropping weight but I am confident and ready for the tournaments," said Mattson.
Last weekend in Reno the wrestlers continued winning by beating South Tahoe 49-0, Carson 70-3, Fallon 70-12, Galena, Wells, Carson 51-15, and Dayton 65-8; while the JV team beat Spanish Springs, Wells 42-6, and Wooster 36-33.
This weekend the wrestlers will host the Cody Louk Tournament at the Winnemucca Events Center.
The team: Cade Bell, Cade Billingsley, Isaiah Blanco, Nathen Blanco, Josiah Chapman, Taylor Corak, Bryan Day, Andres Gonzalez, Caleb Hinkle, Seth Hombarger, Ryan Johnson, Anthony Peterson, Joseph Peterson, James Rackley, Matthew Souza, Lance Dove, Brett Ferraro, Kole Mattson, Isaac Mori, and Hunter Mullins.
Peyton Capellen contributed to this story.