The two seniors on LaRue County High School’s wrestling team were honored Wednesday, Feb. 4, at their final home match.
Noah King, the team’s 138-pounder, and heavyweight Charlie Roarx, made the most of their matches in Hawk gym by pinning their opponents.
“It felt incredible to stand in front of my school as a senior with a cheering crowd,” said Roarx, who has battled injuries much of his career. He made short work of Central Hardin’s Tyler Bevars, pinning him in a minute.
King pinned Central’s Austin Hall.