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TROY, N.Y. — Waverly freshman Mckenzie LaForest posted a 4-1 record, and earned a silver medal here Saturday afternoon at the New York State Girls Folkstyle Championships.
ALBANY — Waverly junior Ty Beeman and freshman Kam Hills received their first taste of state-level competition Friday at the NYSPHSAA Division II Wrestling Championships at MVP Arena here.
BINGHAMTON — Freshman Kam Hills was Waverly’s lone champion, but he’ll be accompanied to States by junior Ty Beeman, who finished third here Saturday afternoon at the Section IV, Division 2 wrestling championships at the Visions Veterans Memorial Arena.
BINGHAMTON — Tioga junior Emily Sindoni and Waverly’s Mackenzie LaForest made history Saturday night, earning Section IV gold at the first-ever girls wrestling championships here at the Visions Veterans Memorial Arena.
January 25, 2022 | Tim Birney
ATHENS — Athens won the final six bouts of the night to top Waverly, 51-18, here Tuesday night in non-league wrestling action.
January 22, 2022 | Tim Birney
WAVERLY — Waverly crowned two champions, and had two runners-up in a second-place finish here Saturday at the IAC wrestling championships.
January 19, 2022 | Tim Birney
TIOGA CENTER — You don’t have to win your bout to help your team win a match, and sixth-seeded Waverly proved that Wednesday night in its 33-32 win over third-seeded Windsor in the quarterfinals of the Section IV, Division 2 Duals.
January 8, 2022 | Tim Birney
ONEONTA — Waverly crowned three champs, and had four other wrestlers place in a third-place finish here over the weekend at the 32nd annual Oneonta Rotary Tournament.
January 5, 2022 | Tim Taylor
NEWARK VALLEY — Wednesday's battle between Waverly and Newark Valley for the top spot in IAC Division I wrestling went down to the final bout. The Cardinals would pull out a 39-36 victory on their Senior Night to improve to 3-0 in the division while the Wolverines slipped to 2-1.
December 30, 2021 | Tim Birney
WINDSOR — Waverly junior Ty Beeman pulled out another close decision in the semifinals, but ran into a two-time state champion in the finals, and had to settle for a runner-up finish here Thursday at the rugged Windsor Christmas Wrestling Tournament.
December 29, 2021 | Tim Birney
WINDSOR — If Ty Beeman were a cat, his "Nine Lives," would be down to six or seven after the first day of the Windsor Christmas Wrestling Tournament here Wednesday.