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Coronavirus has been disuptive to wrestling

Blue Pony mat program has had an offseason full of interruptions

 

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Havre High head coach Beau LaSalle, left, and assistant coach Bobby Mantle, watch a state tournament match during the 2020 All-Class State Tournament back in February in Billings. The tournament was held just before the coronavirus outbreak hit Montana but, since then, wrestling's offseason hasn't been easy.

It has been some time since we last saw the Havre High wrestling team. In fact, the All-Class State Tournament back in February was the last major sporting event to be completed in Montana.

Usually, multiple offseasons across several sports would have already begun long ago, but the COVID-19 concern shot down many activities and social setting since it hit, leaving a gap in many athletes' day-to-day workouts and practices.

The Blue Pony matmen are one of those groups, as their offseason was abruptly halted back in the spring, putting a damper on the work that Havre planned to do at the ti...



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