January 18, 2024
North Union’s 215-pounder Tyler Cline gets his hand raised after defeating Triad’s Noah Campbell during a dual meet held in Cardinal Country last week. (Gazette photo by Aleksei Pavloff)

North Union wrestling falls to Triad in regular season dual meet


By Aleksei Pavloff, Richwood Gazette

Triad’s wrestling team claimed a 39-29 triumph over visiting North Union during a regular-season dual meet last week.

“I knew Triad had some kids who were going to be a tough matchup for us based on who they had and our experience level,” North Union Head Coach Garrett Andrews said. “Even in a couple of losses that we had… there is a lot to learn from a loss like that.”

Near the midway point of the season, both squads took the opportunity presented to them as the postseason starts coming into view.

“I am honestly thrilled,” Triad Head Coach Derek Sharp said. “The boys came out firing on all cylinders and what we’ve been…

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