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Girls wrestling team secures 3 state spots!

Jazmine Ramsey, Allison Missey, and Launa Cantrell the three state qualifiers.

On Saturday, February 10 the girl’s wrestling team traveled to Union Missouri for their district’s tournament. The team got 3 state spots. The girls who won the state spots were Allie Missey, Launa Cantrell, and Jazmine Ramsey. 

Mr. Huddleston explained that with motivation and hard work, the girl’s team was able to have 4 girls go to the blood round and 3 win state spots. 

Jazmine Ramsey is a sophomore at Potosi High School she’s come super far as an underclassman and, she stated “It feels surreal to get this far as an underclassman but I am super grateful for this opportunity.” 

Since three of our girls won state spots they will be leaving for Mizzou on February 20th, the state competition will last two days. The competition will take place in Mizzou’s basketball gym. 

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The wrestling team has put in much hard work and dedication to get this far. The boys wrestling team has districts at Sullivan on the 16th and 17th and hopefully, they will secure some state spots as well.

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Hailey Snyder
Hailey Snyder, Reporter
Hey, my name is Hailey Snyder. I'm 17 years old and a junior at PHS. A lot of people don't know much about me but I'm a proud member of the student body and a part of Robotics. I like hippie items like flowers and VW vans, but in the end I'm just your average girl with average hobbies. I have two dogs and five cats who always eat all of my plants.
Coy Reed
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Coy Reed is a 16-year-old junior at Potosi High School. Coy is very high-energy and willing to do anything for anybody. He's very active in this school community; he's involved in the Marching band, Symphonic band, Robotics, Pep band, and mass media. He works for Washington County Road and Bridge making sure that our roads are safe and clean for our community. He plans on going to State Tech College for Powersports to continue his passion for working on Powersports vehicles.  

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