CYPRESS – Sixteen of the top wrestlers in the state within the 95-pound weight class gathered at the Berry Center for the Feb. 23-24 Class 5A state championships.
Riley Morrison fended off multiple opponents to take sixth place and return home with the programs first state medal.
“What I was able to accomplish and how big it was winning still really hasn’t hit met yet,” she said. “I thought of it as just another tournament. When I got there I realized how big it was and knew it was going to be tough.”
According to Princeton head coach Ryan Delavergne, the Lady Panther is the first female wrestler in UIL history to place at state in their schools first season.
By David Jenkins • Sports Editor • [email protected]
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