Kelley dominates girls championship

Northwood Storm Photo NORTHWOOD STORM WRESTLER Caitlyn Kelley gets her hand raised after pinning Elkhart Lake’s Karissa Entringer in the first round Saturday at Wausau.

WAUSAU, Wis. – Northwoods Storm’s Caitlyn Kelley, a freshman at Florence High School, pinned all four of her opponents Saturday at the Wisconsin Wrestling Coaches Association girls high school championship.

Kelley, competing at 106 pounds, secured all of her victories in the first period.

The tournament consisted of 110 wrestlers, the largest girls tournament held in Wisconsin. The WIAA currently does not sanction girls high school wrestling.

“Hopefully that will change with the growth of the sport in that state,” Storm head coach Ed Kelley noted.

Also for the Storm last weekend, Andar Olson competed in the Bayport JV Invitational in Green Bay. Olson lost in the first round in a close match 5-4.

“Andar controlled most of the match,” coach Steve Sigmund said.

Olson pinned his next opponent to get to the fifth-place match, where he won by a major decision.

The Storm wrestle at Sturgeon Bay Saturday.