"I had some interest and I had a couple of area coaches reach out and tell me to apply, saying they thought I would be a good fit. I applied, thinking...let's see what happens. After two interviews and completing the background checks they offered me the position."
"I wanted to get out of the small town bubble and not too far away so my parents could see me play."
PLT#3 athletes entering 5th-8th grades, that are interested playing this season can pick up equipment at Mosher Field on Sunday, July 31st.
Optional pre-season practice 9-10:30 AM in Erie, Tuesday July 27-Friday July 30 at Lake Erie Golf Course.
The team was represented by Joseph Papineau, Kyle Skromme, Dawson Christiansen, Gunnar Wuebben, and Frank Drennen.
The team had an outstanding day finishing in 11th place out of 158 teams and qualifying for the championship round on Sunday.
PPD Director Karyn Sommers-Buck said attendance was down a bit from previous years but that did not dampen the spirit of the competitors.
The winning tickets belong to Maggie Linden and Lee Ashdown.
Despite the obstacles, the EP Panther wrestling team had a very productive season tying for second place in the Three Rivers Athletic Conference with a 9-2 record.
Fall sports start Monday, August 9.