Jays wrestlers sit in second

In Capital City Wrestling Invitational

Thanks to a rash of illness and injuries, the Jefferson City wrestling team probably won’t win the Capital City Invitational.

But those who were able to wrestle put the Jays in a good position after the first day. With four regulars out, the Jays had five wrestlers go undefeated during Day One on Friday at Fleming Fieldhouse.

The Jays sit in second place in the Black Division after the first day with 43 points, six points behind Wentzville-Holt.

“It’s becoming an individual tournament now for some of our kids,” Jefferson City head coach Phil Cagle said.

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