The Barren County High School Trojans will open the 2013-14 wrestling season on Saturday in Owensboro. Head coach Luke Pniewski said the Trojans will return a lot of experience from last year’s team that sent four wrestlers to the state meet. This year, the Trojans include, front row, from left: Tia Monroe, manager; middle row: John Strode, Robert Rich, JJ Walters, Gavin Maynard, Jeremy Gibson, Wyatt Pedigo, Dustyn Runyon, Alex Lowe; back row: Marc Brown, Jonathan Franco, Cory Faller, Cody Blakely, coach Luke Pniewski, Hunter Jackson, Noah Morgan, Zack Craddock and Zack Kelly. Spencer York and Ryan Burns are not pictured.
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