Three seniors bound for sectional glory


By Craig Enos - For the News-Tribune



<p style="text-align: right;">Courtesy photos Sam Wilson escorted by his parents, Jennifer and Lee Wilson.

Courtesy photos Sam Wilson escorted by his parents, Jennifer and Lee Wilson.


Kobe Fields escorted by his mother, Meredith Clement.


Statistician Rhiannon McKee escorted by her father, Rich McKee.


Morality Anderson escorted by his mother, Antoenette Anderson, and his family.


The Phoenix wrestling team will try to write a page in the record books, hoping to advance to the District Tournament by placing in the Sectional Tournament.

Three senior wrestlers will lead the team in this endeavor.

Kobe Fields, 152 pounds, has a 22-11 record with 21 takedowns for the year.

Sam Wilson, 182 pounds, leads the team with a 28-6 record and 31 takedowns. Wilson was a district alternate at 171 last year.

Morality Anderson, 220 pounds, has a 21-10 record with 25 takedowns. Anderson is a returning district qualifier after placing fourth last season at 220.

All three seniors are tied with 16 pins on the season.

Sectionals will be a one-day tournament starting at 10 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 20 at Independence High School.

Courtesy photos Sam Wilson escorted by his parents, Jennifer and Lee Wilson.

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Courtesy photos Sam Wilson escorted by his parents, Jennifer and Lee Wilson.

Kobe Fields escorted by his mother, Meredith Clement.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/44/2016/02/web1_Kobe.jpegKobe Fields escorted by his mother, Meredith Clement.

Statistician Rhiannon McKee escorted by her father, Rich McKee.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/44/2016/02/web1_Rhiannon.jpegStatistician Rhiannon McKee escorted by her father, Rich McKee.

Morality Anderson escorted by his mother, Antoenette Anderson, and his family.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/44/2016/02/web1_Mo.jpegMorality Anderson escorted by his mother, Antoenette Anderson, and his family.

By Craig Enos

For the News-Tribune