Below are the wrestlers’ records for the season. Landon Lyles had the most wins this season with 24. Neil Clayton Jr. finished the highest at the State Tournament, coming in as the State Runner-up at 220lbs. Freshman Donnell Vaughn and Kevin Price both gained invaluable experience this year. Hudson Moore had the biggest jump in success from the 2018-19 season to this season earning a spot at the State wrestling tournament. There is a solid group of young men coming back next year going into Bluestone’s 6th season as a program. Next season there will be the most 2nd and 3rd year wrestlers Bluestone has ever had. Neil will be impossible to replace but the talent coming back is exciting. The returning talent is directly related to the partnership Bluestone High School had with the middle school administration the past couple years. Bluestone appreciates the leadership and support from Ms. Chandler and Dr. Lacks.
The men and woman that wrestled this year displayed true character and dedication not only to the sport but to each other. It's impossible to find success in this sport without a good practice partner. Each wrestler was just as responsible for their teammates’ success as well as their own. This season in particular was a huge success. Bluestone had the most State qualifiers it has ever had. Bluestone also had the most 8th graders they have ever had participate this season. Wrestling takes years to master and getting younger student athletes involved early is very important. Bluestone High School would like to thank you all for your support throughout the season. Looking forward to the 2020-21 season. Go Barons!