Dodge girls dominate WAC wrestling – Dodge City Daily Globe

Dodge girls dominate WAC wrestling – Dodge City Daily Globe

At the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) wrestling tournament, the Dodge City girls team proved its dominance in the competition, taking home the trophy and several individual awards.

The Lady Demons boasted an impressive record of success, securing individual and team titles in the tournament. Led by head coach Becca Bowers, the Dodge City girls went undefeated in their five matches, amassing a total of 187 points and besting their nearest competitor by nearly 40 points.

The team’s success was spearheaded by several standout performances on the mats. Senior Samantha White was the biggest contributor, winning her weight class championship with an impressive 7-0 record. White was joined by three additional champions in the tournament, as juniors Emily Smith, Madison Beck, and Aliyah Davis all took gold in their respective weight classes.

The Lady Demons’ remaining wrestlers also contributed to the team’s overall success, finishing in second and third places in their weight classes. The collective efforts of the entire team earned them the WAC team title, as well as seven individual medals.

The success of the Dodge City girls wrestling team reflects the hard work and dedication of the athletes, coaches, and parents. Coach Bowers praised the team’s commitment and determination, saying, “This team has worked incredibly hard all season and it’s great to see them rewarded with such a successful outcome.”

The WAC tournament marked a fitting ending to an already successful season for the Dodge City girls wrestling team. With such an impressive showing, there is no doubt that the Lady Demons will be a force to be reckoned with in upcoming tournaments.