The Rawlins High School wrestling team will be young this year but talented. Even with the bulk of the team being made up of freshmen and sophomores, head coach Nate Lee has high expectations for his squad.

Like most sports teams across the country, the Outlaws wrestling team has felt the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately the team had a delayed start and little opportunity for pre-season training but will head to Cheyenne on Saturday to compete in its first dual competition.

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