COLUMBUS, Kan. — Three traditional high school wrestling powerhouses and one wrestling program on the rise met in Columbus for a quad Tuesday.

COLUMBUS, Kan. — Three traditional high school wrestling powerhouses and one wrestling program on the rise met in Columbus for a quad Tuesday.
The Neosho Wildcats and the Seneca Indians represented Missouri and the Columbus Titans and the Frontenac Raiders took up the mantle for Kansas.
Neosho and Seneca are both reigning state champions — Neosho in Class 3 and Seneca in Class 1. The Wildcats have won four straight and six of the last seven state titles, becoming one of the elite wrestling programs in the region, even the nation.

Read the complete story in the Jan. 27 print edition of the Neosho Daily News.