NYSSA- For Nyssa wrestling coach Luke Cleaver, hosting the Calhoun Classic is the easy part. Taking the title at his own meet was a bit more difficult.
“This is not my first rodeo,” said Cleaver as he handled shuffling people around while coaching matches from the sidelines.
“I am always amazed at the amount of people who donate their time to put this on,” Cleaver said. “Everyone from the people running the match results back and forth, the guys putting the results online and all the rest of people that are here helping us out. It is just amazing how this is supported in the community.”
After all the planning and handling of teams not coming due to the weather while other teams called asking to . . .