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Carroll Sports in Review: Wrestling

Feb 20, 2015 12:34PM ● By Dia

The Dragon wrestling team features some impressive athletes across a wide range of weight classes and experience levels. Hathaway and company have a target on their backs with four team members currently ranked within the top ten in the state. Add in several talented underclassmen and the Southlake Carroll wrestling program has plenty to look forward to in the future. At 120 lbs. freshman Cameron Haddock is ranked 3rd in the state, and his freshman cohort Andre Steinjann is ranked sixth in the 126 lb. weight class. Along with these talented freshman is the junior tandem of Jack Duval and Zach Francis who both rank 2nd in the state in the 160 lb. and 182 lb. weight class respectively. So far this season the Dragons boast nine champions, fi e finalists and 35 placers. With the 6A state tournament coming up in February, watch out for a few Southlake names high amongst the roles of high school wrestling. 

“This is a tight knit group of kids. We have had great leadership from our upperclassmen, and that has made all the difference in the performance of the team. When you enjoy what you are doing and whom you are doing it with, you can’t help but improve. They are working hard and pushing each other to bigger and better things everyday.”- Coach Jonathan Hathaway


The Carroll wrestling program has set the standard for wrestling in the state of Texas. Fostering two state champions in Robert Prigmore and Stephen McPeek, Head Coach Joseph Hathaway has a reputation for getting the most out of his teams. Hathaway’s teams have once again been nothing short of excellent in pursuit of their goals. This year’s team has proven they’re on a mission. With a 9-3 record near the mid-way point, they have placed in the top fi e in all but one of their tournaments. After a second place finish at the Jaguar Duals meet and a first place finish at the Timber Creek Christmas Classic, Southlake Carroll mustered up the type of confidence they will need to make a serious run come regionals. They also passed their biggest test of the season to date—fi e members of the program placed as the team finish d 10th at the Mid America National tournament. With the San Antonio Regional coming up, look for the Dragons to make another statement as they move deeper into 2015.

Head Coach: Joe Hathaway
Assistant Coaches: Haley Hunter, Chad Jurecka, Ellis Miller

106 Zach Chelf So.

113 Clay Vincent Jr.

120 Cameron Haddock Fr.

126 Andrei Steinjann Fr.

132 Jacob Mazey So.

138 Ryan Lindberg Sr.

145 Trevor Price Sr.

152 Baron Walsh Sr.

160 Jack Duval Jr.

170 Adam Lindberg So.

182 Zach Francis Jr.

195 Jacob Doddridge Fr.

220 Mike Schmidt So.

285 Lucas Tribble Jr.