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:: As an alumni volunteer head coach of Western Connecticut State University Wrestling/Grappling Team, I am shocked Section One leadership decided to conduct wrestling matches on All-American Super Bowl Sunday, February 6, 2011. This is anti-American for starters and " thinking" among elders within Section One wrestling ranks. Section One leadership has set back scholastic wrestling big time, and unfortunately within time that can change. But, in meantime, we must support our high school wrestlers and I as an associate of Sam Speno of Fox Lane High School wrestling team will continue call for accountability of Section One leadership.
February 05, 2011
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March 18, 2010

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