Local Wrestlers are Ready to Rumble at GHSA Wrestling Championships!

By Prep Sports Report Staff | February 17, 2024

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Six wrestlers from South Effingham, one from Benedictine High School, and one from Richmond Hill will compete today at the GHSA Traditional Wrestling Championships in Macon, Georgia.

South Effingham Mustangs:

  • Christopher Hardiman (106 lbs) 
  • Emilio Santana (120 lbs)
  • Eli Wood (138 lbs) 
  • Gannon White (144 lbs) 
  • Brandon Bringer (157 lbs)
  • Ashton Anderson (285 lbs) 

Benedictine Cadets:

  • Connor Desautels (126 lbs) record

Richmond Hill Wildcats:

  • Izzy West (110 lbs) Traditional Girls Championships


All these athletes fought their way through tough competition to have a chance to reach the ultimate goal: winning a state championship!


PHOTO CREDIT: GHSA and Benedicitne  social media pages

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