Warriors Wrestling with New Season

By Jacob Derkosh, Reporter

The wrestling team hopes to win the division again this season.

Wrestling coach Jack Stoneberg hopes to guide the team into winning the division once again.

Dover and Kennerdale look especially competitive against the Warriors to gain the new title.

Senior Colby Romjue confirmed how very few seniors left the team last season.

“We pretty much have the same team as last year,” said Romjue.

Senior Colby Romjue (left) with Joe Romjue, his older brother (right), one of the wrestlers no longer at Susquehannock High School. Photograph by Matt Allibone

However, the new wrestlers joining have not been tested, but new lightweights  have a good chance of making a difference.

Wrestler Colby Romjue is expected to once again make it to states with his previous wrestling record of 31-4 and is hoping to place in the top three.

“I’m aiming for states and hoping to place in top three, right now I’m ranked in sixth,” said Romjue.

Senior Wrestler Luke Ohmann is also expected to come with Colby for states with his previous record of 28-4.

The Warriors are expecting a successful season.