Parsons noted most of these young men been have been wrestling for many years. This means their parents have sacrificed untold hours carting them to practices, matches and tournaments.
"It takes a family to do this," he observed. He's absolutely right, no matter what sport. At this time of year, many moms and dads are spending several nights every week, surrounding baseball diamonds, not because they love baseball, but because they love their children.
|Scott Parsons (yes, he is standing, too) introduces Aaron Bradley, Nazareth High School, rated the second best heavyweight wrestler in the country. Aaron went 37-1 this year, and is 113-19 overall.|
|Saucon Valley's Ray O'Donnell, state champ, went 44-3 this year, and is on his way to Princeton|
|Becahi's Daren Cruz, rated #3 in the country in his weight group, will attend Lehigh U|
|Pen Argyl's Racciato, 44-0 in the 145 lbs. weight group this year, is on his way to U. Pitt.|