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Gwynn Park wrestlers on the rise Gwynn Park High School wrestling coaches Ivan and Brandyn Hardnett knew this season had the making of a rebuilding year. The first year coaches and Gwynn Park alumni also knew the team was short in two important categories: experience and numbers. The experience shortage has become less of a problem for the Yellow Jackets as the season as progressed. But a lack of wrestlers kept Gwynn Park from victory in dual meets for much of the season, as they were forced to take forfeits in several of the 14 weight classes. have improved leaps and bounds from where they were at the start of the season, he said. I say that in terms of winning matches and gaining confidence both on and off the mat. These guys work hard in practice and we push the tempo in our matches. Yellow Jackets have one of the better heavyweights in the county in junior Trey Seymour, but they also have had contributions from several wrestlers who are new to the sport. Junior Dion Curtis was an offensive lineman on the Gwynn Park football team and started wrestling this year. Seniors Tim Williams (151 pounds) and Kevin Williams (171) also have been key contributors for the Yellow Jackets this season. Gwynn Park also will get a boost from a few wrestlers who were unavailable at the start of the season due to academic ineligibility. Ivan Hardnett said freshman Brandon Simmons is an experienced club wrestler who could contend for the 103 pound weight class at the Prince George County Championship. Senior Brian Simmons will likely wrestle at 145 or 160. The Yellow Jackets are expecting to have 13 wrestlers ready to compete in the final dual meets of the season and the postseason tournaments. are getting some kids back that busted their butts in class and got their grades up, Ivan Hardnett said. wrestle under the team banner, but actually you really wrestle as an individual. It teaches you individual lessons and how to overcome hardships. from Wise Wise had a difficult season last year with a 3 9 record in dual meets. But the team has improved this year as the Pumas own a 5 2 mark with a month to go in the regular season. Wise coach Christopher Bullock said the Pumas have benefited from having a full squad for most of the season. Juniors Jeron Davis (135), Kenneth Bryant (103) and Marcus Wingate (171) and seniors Marcus Dixon (152) and Xavier Keese (140) have all have improved this season, Bullock said. biggest thing we have been working on is treating each wrestling match like a chess match, said Bullock, who has been Wise coach since the Upper Marlboro school opened in 2006. are starting to think ahead while we are on the mat. I think we could have four to five guys place this year at the county tournament. continues to impress Last season, Friendly entire wrestling team consisted of four wrestlers. This season, the Patriots have a team of 11 wrestlers, and they seem ready to make some noise at the county tournament. Freshman William Johnson (152) was a champion at the 20 team Parkdale Winter Blitz earlier this month. Junior Deonta Thurmond (119) finished third in last year county tournament and fifth in the regionals. Sophomore Antwaan Turner (112) and freshman Tyrrell Manley (103) also have helped Friendly to a 4 2 record in dual meets this season. think we have a chance to having a lot of kids go to regionals and some can make it to states, said coach Willie Brown. of these guys are first year wrestlers and are catching on pretty fast. Joshua Hudson at