H.S. WRESTLING | Two Male High School Wrestlers Finding Success Early in Careers

01/13/2017 12:24 PM

Two young high school wrestlers are already making a big impact on the mat.

Louisville Male High School sophomore Zane Brown is one of the wrestlers. He started wrestling when he was in eighth grade.

The last two years, Brown lost in his weight class’ state finals. This year he is favored to win his weight class.

Eighth-grader Scotty Viliums is the other wrestler.

This past weekend, he won his weight class at the Jefferson County Wrestling Tournament.

Male head coach Chris McCoy says the two wrestlers have a chance to be a couple of the best wrestlers the state has seen:

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