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CHS Lady Raider Wrestlers Grab a Pair of Medals in Saturday Meet

Alana Coker of CHS wrestling

The Coffee County Lady Raider wrestling traveled to Lebanon on Saturday to compete in the Middle Tennessee Wrestling Officials Association Grand Championship at Wilson Central.  Competing against squads from more than 100 schools, the 4 member Lady Raider team came home with a 23rd place team finish. 

Alanna Coker was the top finisher for the Lady Raiders as she grabbed a 2nd place finish in her division.  Coker got 3 pinfall wins and a major decision win to advance to the championship match.  In the title match, Coker battled for 5 minutes and 4 seconds before falling in title match. 

Mary Wolfrun finished in 4th place in her division.  She finished the day with a record of 4 and 2.  Wolfrum won her first match via a forfeit before falling via a pin in the 2nd round.  Wolfrum got an amazing 3 straight pinfall wins to advance to the 3rd place match.   In the medal match, Wolfrum fell in another 2nd round pin to grab the 4th place medal. 

Lyra Leftwich was 3 and 2 on the day in her division.  Leftwich grabbed pins in all 3 of her wins before being eliminated one match short of the medal round.   Mary Anne Walker was 2 and 2 on the day and fell one match short of the medal round.  Walker earned a bye and a pin in her 2 victories.

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