Mustangs News · Girls Basketball Sectional Draw
The Lady Mustangs drew Owen Valley in the first game of the basketball sectional. They will play the hosts on Tuesday, January 30 at 6:00.
Boys Junior Varsity Basketball · Boys Junior Varsity Basketball beats Terre Haute South 47 – 42
Boys Freshman Basketball · Boys Freshman Basketball falls to Bloomfield 31 – 25
Mustangs News · Mustangs take Wrestling WIC Championship
The Edgewood Wrestling squad won the WIC Championship this past Saturday by the closest margin in the history of event, 200-199.5, over Greencastle. The Mustangs had 4 individual champions: Noah Gardner at 106, Zack Laneat 126, Zane Sullivanat 132, and Jordan Headdy at 285. The Mustangs needed Jordans pin at 285 to secure the victory.
Mustangs News · Headdy takes 285 at WIC
Jordan Headdy pinned all 3 of his opponents in route to winning the 285 pound class at the WIC conference meet held at Edgewood this past Saturday. His championship match was extra dramatic with him needing to get the pin to give his team the bonus points needed in order to secure the team championship.
Mustangs News · Sullivan wins 132 at WIC
Zane Sullivan won at 132 at the WIC Championships this past weekend. Zane probably had the toughest bracket of any of our wrestlers. After pinning his first opponent he went up against Owen Sego of Indian Creek(25-6) and won a 7-4 decision. In the championship match Zane ran up against top seeded Cauy Thomas of
Mustangs News · Lane wins 126 at WIC
Zach Lane pinned his first 2 opponents in route to the 126 pound class final where he met Seth Rohrbach from West Vigo and won an exciting match by a score of 5-3.
Mustangs News · Gardner wins WIC at 106
Noah Gardner pinned all 3 of his opponents in route to winning the 106 pound class at the WIC conference meet held at Edgewood this past Saturday.
Mustangs News · IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (1-22-18)
Winning in team sports requires constant practice to make sure that every player is in tune with what is best for the entire team. This is very important, but believing this will transpire into victories is just as important. Big Ten basketball leader Ohio State started the conference with eight straight wins, none more important