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Final Whistle on Ooltewah Wrestling’s 2019-2020 Season

The Ooltewah Wrestling program rounded out it’s season this past weekend at the TSSAA State Tournament. The Owls finished the year with 29 wrestlers, which is 12 more than the previous 3-4 seasons. Qualifying 4 for the state tournament is 3 less than last year’s 7, but 5 of those seven were graduating seniors and three

Ooltewah Wrestling to compete in the Region 4 Tournament Saturday

The Ooltewah Wrestling program will send 12 wrestlers to the region tournament this year. The 2020 Region 4 tournament will be at Rhea County High School on Saturday, Feb. 15th. Wrestling will begin at 10 am and the finals should start around 2:30 pm. The top 4 wrestlers in each weight class will qualify for

Wrestling travels to East Hamilton for Final Dual

Ooltewah wrestlers travel to East Hamilton to finish out the regular season. With a dual win Ooltewah will finish tied for 5th in the region loaded with the state’s last 23 state titles (Cleveland, Bradley Central, Soddy Daisy).

Wrestling Owls medal two at Central Invitational

  The Owls had a strong showing at the Central Invitational on Saturday, January 4th. After the first round of the tournament, the Owls were tied for first place with Chattanooga Christian School. Ooltewah hung around the top five for most of the day before eventually falling to 7th due to only advancing two wrestlers

OHS Wrestling takes Seven to State Tournament

After taking three wrestlers in the past three seasons, Ooltewah High School took 7 state qualifiers to this year’s TSSAA State Tournament in Franklin, TN. Ooltewah is in one of the toughest regions in the state with Bradley Central, Cleveland, Soddy Daisy, Walker Valley, East Hamilton, Rhea County and McMinn County and with only the

Congrats to Blake Wright and Victor Bednarski for Making it to State

Victor Bednarski battles hard in the heavy weight class and gets 1st place in the region, and will move on to state at a number one seat. Blake Wright scores and falls into the number 4  seat for regions and will also move onto state.

Reid and Bednarski Earn Prestigious “All-State” Honors

Reid and Bednarski Earn Prestigious “All-State” Honors in the TSSAA State Wrestling Championships   Congratulations Tyler Reid and Victor Bednarski for earning “All-State” status in this year’s TSSAA –  AAA State Wrestling Championships held in Franklin, TN.   Each weight class featured 32 wrestlers from all over the state who worked very hard to qualify to