The Enterprise High School Outlaws traveled to Pasco, Wash., Dec. 23 where they placed 23rd in a field of 32 teams at the “Best of the West” tournament. Nearly all the schools had significantly larger student populations than EHS, and schools from as far away as Montana participated.
“We didn’t do too bad,” said coach Troy Farwell. “We placed 23rd with only three wrestlers competing. There were some tough kids and tough teams there. I was really happy with how those three wrestled.”
Farwell noted that Outlaw Shane Lund registered a fifth in the 120-pound category while Cole Farwell notched a fourth in the 132-pound bracket. Klint Norton, wrestling in the 285-pound category didn’t place in the top five, but won his first match and earned four points for the Outlaws.