Muckleshoot Tribal School debuts girls wrestling team

Scheidt wrote that, “This year the Muckleshoot Tribal School is making their debut in girls wrestling. The Kings have six girls turning out for the first time.”

Scheidt wrote that, “This year the Muckleshoot Tribal School is making their debut in girls wrestling. The Kings have six girls turning out for the first time.”

The team is coached by Scheidt’s wife Heather in her first year as in the top spot.

The girls on the team include, Emily Jerry, Patience Daniels, Alexis James, Leondra Keeline, Haily Starr, Marina Starr.

Jerry Scheidt said, “The Kings are in a cooperative agreement with the Enumclaw girls wrestling team, meaning that they will practice together for the year, but are their own team at tournaments and in the postseason scoring.

 

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