A total of 16 athletes turned out for Browning wrestling this year, with several returning veterans and some newcomers as well. “The kids adjusted super easy,” Coach Casey McDonald said of the COVID-19 restrictions. “They wear masks when running and during cardio…we check temperatures daily and sanitize the whole room every day. It’s a lot of precautions, but, hey, we got a season so we’re happy to do it. ”Browning wrestling fans will have to wait until Jan. 8 and make a trip to Ronan for the Indians’ first meet, but home meets are slated for Jan. 23, Feb. 5 and Feb. 11
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