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BY JIM MISUNAS
jmisunas@gbtribune.com

Great Bend wrestling coach Nathan Broeckelman can’t wait until Friday night when “Grapple on the Gridiron,” becomes a reality.
The Panther wrestlers will experience the Kansas heat with a forecast temperatures around 90 degrees when they take the mat Friday night at Memorial Stadium. The public is invited to attend.
Each wrestling team will compete 11 times against high schools from Kansas and Colorado. Manhattan, Wichita South and Norton placed high at state last year. Pueblo East, Colo. was a state runner-up.
“I’d heard that Ottawa staged a wrestling match outdoors, so ...


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