Emerald Ridge High wrestling team captain Kendra Maxfield leads her teammates in a workout last month. Despite losing her grandfather to cancer in January, Maxfield overcame her grief to earn a fifth-place finish in the girls 170-pound bracket at Mat Classic XVIII last month.
Emerald Ridge High wrestling team captain Kendra Maxfield leads her teammates in a workout last month. Despite losing her grandfather to cancer in January, Maxfield overcame her grief to earn a fifth-place finish in the girls 170-pound bracket at Mat Classic XVIII last month. LEE GILES III lgiles@gateline.com
Emerald Ridge High wrestling team captain Kendra Maxfield leads her teammates in a workout last month. Despite losing her grandfather to cancer in January, Maxfield overcame her grief to earn a fifth-place finish in the girls 170-pound bracket at Mat Classic XVIII last month. LEE GILES III lgiles@gateline.com

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