Warhill's fresh-faced, hard-nosed wrestlers set for regions

JAMES CITY – As a group, the 11 Warhill wrestlers that will compete this week in the Group 3A East championships don't look very intimidating. There's nothing particularly rugged or menacing about this self-described "goofy" bunch of mostly fresh-faced underclassmen. Only two of them, Trey Drummond...

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