Twenty years is a long time to wait. For Colstrip, it was worth it.
It’s not quite the old Boston Garden, Yankee Stadium or Lambeau Field.
This is not a kinder, gentler Tucker Yates. Just a more technical version. The Colstrip heavyweight can’t curtail the pain of a torn pectoral muscle he suffered early in December, so he’s adjusting accordingly.
Gage Currier says his wrestling style is hard to tame.
To some extent, the Colstrip Colts surprised even themselves over the weekend at the Forsyth Matador Invitational wrestling tourney.
The Rosebud County attorney's office remains mum on the status of an investigative subpoena that was filed in July by the Colstrip Police Department related to claims that a coach and his wife embezzled cash from their wrestling club.
A club wrestling coach, who is also head coach of Colstrip High School’s wrestling team, and his wife are being investigated by police following accusations the couple mismanaged club fundraising money.
At 6-foot and 270 pounds, Tucker Yates is a true heavyweight on the wrestling mat.
What the Colstrip Colts lack in numbers, they make up for in tenacity.