The high school wrestling season has concluded, and both Jayhawk and Prairie View had wrestlers that performed well this season.
All the young men did well this season, but there were some that rose above the others. These are the wrestlers we are going to look at in Linn County’s top five high school wrestlers as well as some honorable mentions.
This list is the opinion of the Linn County News, and the wrestlers were chosen by overall season performance and seeing them perform in person.
To see the full article, check out this week's edition of the Linn County News or check out the online version here.
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