Spartan alumnus Joel Dutton is now the head wrestling coach at Kenosha Tremper high school and he has his Trojan wrestling team off to a 19-4 start this season. The 19 wins include 10 wins last weekend at the Holiday Duals hosted by Milwaukee Hamilton. Here’s an excerpt from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s website.
Kenosha Tremper Trojans wrestling coach Joel Dutton was looking forward to getting his full lineup back on the mat in a big tournament.
He came away impressed Wednesday afternoon as Tremper dismantled the competition at the Holiday Duals, the state’s largest two-day dual tournament.
Tremper finished with a 10-0 record in the 12-team tournament held at Milwaukee Hamilton, followed by Marshall (9-1), Kenosha Bradford (8-2) and Wauwatosa (7-3).
“I’m proud of the guys,” said Dutton, whose team improved to 19-4 overall. “We’ve come a long way. We wrestled pretty doggone good.”
The biggest match of the day was supposed to be between Tremper and Milwaukee Bradley Tech, ranked No. 10 in the area by the Journal Sentinel.
But Tech lost a pair of matches to Kenosha Bradford and Wauwatosa by identical 37-35 scores and lost confidence the rest of the second day as Tech finished 1-4 on Wednesday and 6-4 overall.
One team that Dutton’s squad defeated, Marshall, is currently an honorable mention in Division 2 according to Wisconsin Wrestling Online. To read the full article, visit the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel website by clicking here…