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WRESTLING: Coffee County’s Barlow takes 3rd in state

Coffee County Central High School sophomore Jacob Barlow placed third in the state 152-pound division with a 6-2 win over Nolensville’s Charles McTorry Saturday morning at the Williamson County Expo Center.

Wrestling in the 152-pound class, Barlow won his first two matches of the tournament and was one win shy of reaching the state title match, but lost 4-3 in a tightly contested bout. He bounced back and won an 8-3 decision over Adam Tibitoski of Oakland to move into the third place match.

Barlow, a sophomore, won the sectional round and went on to have the best finish of all CHS wrestlers at this year’s state championships.

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Jacob Roaten of Arlington won the state championship in the weight class.

Jacob Barlow stands on the third place podium.

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