It was a slow, very slow start for the Eads Lady Eagles Thursday night in Wiley as the Panthers came out firing on all cylinders and focused on both sides of the ball. Despite being tied at halftime, 28-28, Eads managed to out-distance the Lady Pan-thers, 60-40, to extend their overall season record to 10-3. Eads now prepares for a big conference game at Kit Carson on Friday night with the undefeated Wildcats who are ranked #2 in the coloradopreps.com state poll and sporting a 12-0 record.
Senior Reagan Lane was named Outstanding Wrestler for the second year in a row at the Eads Tournament over the weekend. Lane defeated three opponents to earn another tournament championship.
It was a busy Saturday in Eads for the high school wrestling team as they prepared
the gym for their annual wrestling tournament. The Eagles had a great day finishing
in first place out of 7 teams that attended with a total of 104.5 points. The individual
results are as follows: