Portage Boys Varsity Wrestling

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Wrestling Team Looking to Continue Dominance

  Wrestling Team Looking to Continue Dominance Coach Leroy Vega has high expectations for the Indian Wrestling Team. A year after graduating ten seniors who wrestled the IHSAA State Series the expectation is no different inside the wrestling room. The eighth year Head Coach of the Indians who has 113 wins against only 29 losses

Previewing the Hobart Wrestling Regional

Previewing the Hobart Wrestling Regional The Indian wrestling team will be coming into the Hobart Wrestling Regional after winning the Griffith Sectional by 78.5 points over second place Hobart.  The Indians had 11 total individual champions, two runners-up, and a third place finisher.  Joining the Indians will be the Merrillville Pirates who won their respective

Wrestlers Break Scoring Record En Route to DAC Title

Wrestlers Break Scoring Record En Route to DAC Title     The Portage Wrestling team broke the Duneland Athletic Conference team scoring record en route to the outright DAC championship.  The team amassed an impressive 275 points, distancing themselves from Crown Point (206 points).  The Indian wrestling team went a combined 36-9 on its way

Wrestlers Shine in Ohio

Wrestlers Shine in Ohio The Portage High School Wrestling Team excelled against some of the countries best teams at the 57th Annual Brecksville Holiday Wrestling Invitational on Friday and Saturday. Portage finished 2nd of a field of 47 teams, finishing behind the InterMat #9 Team Detroit Catholic Central (MI) (200). Portage (173.5) finished above two

Wrestling team poised to wrestle in ‘Oldest Holiday Tournament in the Country’

Wrestling team poised to wrestle in ‘Oldest Holiday Tournament in the Country’ The Brecksville Holiday Tournament in Brecksville, Ohio, is self promoted as the ‘Oldest Holiday Tournament in the Country’. This event features 3 Top 50 nationally ranked teams and nineteen ranked individuals according to InterMat.com. Read the article written by InterMat Wrestling’s Josh Lowe