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Carrington Pitcrew members, many of whom participated in the State Folkstyle Wrestling Tournament in Fargo March 24-25. Front row (L-R): Ben Leadbetter, Fischer Cook, Caylor Carr, Russell Beckley, Ethan Richter, Kade Richter, Karson Boyer and Noah Alderman; second row: Lydia Cook, Broc Helseth, Henry Veen, Harrison Jorgensen, Axel Rue, Wyatt Ring, Luke Skadberg and Kenny Helseth; third row: Luke Bilow, Genevieve Inglish, Mason Ring, Brantley Gussiaas, Oliver Mertz, Duke Sauby, Theo Saucier, Brexyn Cabler, Wyatt Beckley, Kansas Hooey, Blaine Botha, Landin Clifton and Braylon Sauvageau; fourth row: Tristin Schroeder, Kullen Kovar, Charles Sauby, MacKenzie Simon, Jaxon Richter, Jett Wolf, Rynna Jorgensen, Kash Ekren, Asher Allmaras and Gabriel Milling. Fifth row: Gavyn Steadmon, Ridge Kramlich, Mason Cook, Jaxon Wilson, Michael VandeHoven, Layton Sauvageau, Hadley Volk, Skarlet Ekren, Adisyn Reimche-VandeHoven, Gemma Inglish and Jack Skadberg; sixth row: Chayse Steadmon, Kayden Boyer, Briggs Garber, Hazen Odstrcil, Jase Rude, Caysen Krause, Wyatt Stickel, Parker Wilson, Gannon Inglish, Alayna Gussiaas, Grace Inglish, Trey Thomas and Gabe Inglish. Back row: Isaiah Oatis, Oakley Hagel, Kallen Wolsky, Krew Wolsky, William Jorgensen, Jaxon Zink, Aysa Reimche-Nelson and Sawyer Sherman. Not pictured: Chevelle Beckley, Doc Dreher, Fred Dreher, Hadley Kramer, Harmony Huisenga, Rowdy Freeman, Charli Reisenauer, Grayson Reisenauer, Ryan Hoff, Kinze Hoff, Linda Yuja, Cohen Kutz, Odin Beach, Bryar Beach, Bristol Zink, Ty Zink, Grace Ekren, Aleah Wolsky, Vander Lura, Oliver Biel and Kash Kouba.
On paper, the city of Carrington is a Class B town.
But if you delve deep into the history of wrestling in the Central City, it started, at least at the high school level, as a Class A program.
It's in that spirit that the Pitcrew youth wrestling team takes on opposing city programs orders of magnitude larger than they are in dual competition, and not only survives, but thrives in some cases. N...