Wrestling great Ray Miro has returned to Otter Valley Union High School, the place where he started the wrestling program in 1977.
When the mats were rolled up on Saturday night in the Vergennes Union High School gym, wrestlers from Mount Abraham, Middlebury, Otter Valley and the host school had racked up three individual state titles and 20 top-six podium finishes at the Vermont championship tournament.
Otter Valley wrestling added another notch to its belt this year with its third-place finish in the state dual-meet championship at Springfield High School on Saturday, February 11.
The Otter Valley wrestling team continued its dominant season with a first-place finish at the Jason Lowell Memorial Wrestling Tournament on Saturday at Mount Mansfield Union High School.
On the strength of second-place finishes in five weight classes, the Otter Valley Union High School wrestling team on Saturday took first place in its own tournament.
A deep Otter Valley wrestling team walked away from last week’s 50th annual Hubie Wagner Invitational Tournament in Middlebury as the team champions.
Scores of eager fans were on hand to see the Performance Arts Connection Wrestling (aka PAC Wrestling) show go boom, boom, boom on Thursday night, and they were not disappointed.
The COVD-shortened winter of the 2020-21 high school sports season is behind us, and the teams at Otter Valley are happy about that. The pandemic forced the school’s basketball programs, like those elsewhere, to play abbreviated seasons, and wrestling was sidelined for the entire season.
Two Otter Valley Union High School wrestlers won their weight classes at Mount Mansfield’s annual Jason Lowell tournament on Saturday…