By Dan Truttschel

Correspondent

The work continues for the Big Foot-Williams Bay wrestling team and second-year head coach Tyler Heck.

And by all accounts, things are trending in the right direction.

Heck remains hopeful that lessons learned a year ago by his young squad will help the Chiefs take a step forward in 2019-20.

“While the dual meet record and scores from last year may not look good, we were young and inexperienced overall,” Heck said. “With a year of experience together, I think this team is ready to start competing with some other teams in the Rock Valley.

“Numbers are up and many of the returning wrestlers put in a lot of work in the offseason. Last year, we wanted to continually improve on a daily basis. This year, we want to take that improvement and start showing it off.”

Heck added that doesn’t mean he’s not looking for improvement – but now is the time to start seeing some results.

“We need to start to compete at the next level,” he said. “It will look a little different at the end of the year being Division 1 this year, but to start off, nothing really changes…”

The Chiefs will make a trip to the Whitewater Tournament on Saturday, at 8 a.m.

“(On Saturday), we are going to see some new schools we don’t normally see, along with some RVC schools, so it will be a good measuring stick early on for many of our guys to see where they stand and what they need to do to improve,” he said.

Read more of what Heck had to say in the Dec. 13 Times/Reporter.

 
 

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