Kearney High School hosted the Heartland Athletic Conference Wrestling tournament on Saturday. This competition featured six teams ranked in the top ten of Class A in Nebraska. The Bearcats finished as the conference runner up out of the 12 team talented field.
In a modified version of the annual Flatwater Fracas, the Kearney High wrestling team finished in 3rd place out of 16 talented teams. The Bearcats posted a 3-2 record on the day and battled some great competition.
Kearney High School wrestlers claimed their first tournament championship of the season at the Holdrege Invitational on Saturday. The Bearcats finished 50 points ahead of Broken Bow to win the 8 team competition.
Kearney High wrestlers started their season off with some tough competition. The Bearcats finished in 4th place at their home invite behind Grand Island, North Platte, and Papillion LaVista. These are some of the top teams in the state of Nebraska this year.
The Bearcats opened up the 2020 season at home this past weekend. With the unknown during the Coronavirus pandemic, wrestling has resumed, fortunately. The Bearcats competed all JV and reserve wrestlers with 14 wrestlers receiving medals.
Kearney High wrestlers made a road trip to Lincoln to take on the Lincoln East Spartans in battle of two top 5 class A teams. This dual featured 14 ranked wrestlers, many of which were head to head throughout the exciting night of wrestling.
This last weekend Kearney High JV Gold and JV Blue attended the Pleasanton Kurt Keaschall Invite. In the 21 team field of wrestlers the Kearney JV Gold team placed 1st in the team score at this tournament with a score of 188.5 points while the Kearney Blue finished 9th.
Kearney High School finished fourth place out of the 25 team field at the Flatwater Fracas hosted by Grand Island Senior High School. The Bearcats finished with a 5-3 record during their two days of competition while facing some of the best teams in the state of Nebraska.
The Junior Varsity Bearcats finish second place in the 13 field competition at the Northeast JV tournament scoring 176.5 points just out of reach of tournament champions from Lincoln East with 181 points. The Bearcats had six individual champions on the day.