WHS student participates in the Wonder Woman wrestling tournament

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WHS student participates in the Wonder Woman wrestling tournament

Mia Reed represents WHS at the Wonder Woman tournament. Reed earned second in the tournament.

Mia Reed represents WHS at the Wonder Woman tournament. Reed earned second in the tournament.

Photo Courtesy of Mia Reed

Mia Reed represents WHS at the Wonder Woman tournament. Reed earned second in the tournament.

Photo Courtesy of Mia Reed

Photo Courtesy of Mia Reed

Mia Reed represents WHS at the Wonder Woman tournament. Reed earned second in the tournament.

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There are so many different sports that go on at WHS. Wrestling is one that takes a lot of dedication, hard work and motivation, which is exactly what junior Mia Reed puts into her beloved sport.

“[I prepare for wrestling meets and tournaments with] pre-match practices,” Reed said. “Also drilling wrestling moves that I was planning on using.”

In this past month, Reed participated in the Wonder Woman Tournament and put her all into it.

“In the Wonder Woman Tournament, I got second,” Reed said. 

Wrestling is very important to Reed, and she has set a goal for herself, which she is driven to achieve.

“[My goal is] to become a state medalist,” Reed said. 

There are many things that go into wrestling, and for Reed, it is not always easy. 

“The most difficult thing is cutting weight,” Reed said.

Although there are some challenging aspects, wrestling is something that Reed looks forward to and is proud of her accomplishments in the Wonder Woman Tournament.

“All my hard work over the off season and during season paid off,” Reed said.