Local youth makes impact in girls wrestling


Eight year old Adalynn Anthony of Lyons is making a name for herself not even a year into her youth wrestling career. She is a state champion and multiple time national champion. Anthony is an advocate for a bigger platform in the state for girls wrestling, and wants to have a ‘girls night’ at the club in which she trains, Junior Panther Wrestling in Toledo.

Eight year old Adalynn Anthony of Lyons is making a name for herself not even a year into her youth wrestling career. She is a state champion and multiple time national champion. Anthony is an advocate for a bigger platform in the state for girls wrestling, and wants to have a ‘girls night’ at the club in which she trains, Junior Panther Wrestling in Toledo.


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Eight year old Adalynn Anthony of Lyons is making a name for herself not even a year into her youth wrestling career. She is a state champion and multiple time national champion. Anthony is an advocate for a bigger platform in the state for girls wrestling, and wants to have a ‘girls night’ at the club in which she trains, Junior Panther Wrestling in Toledo.

Eight year old Adalynn Anthony of Lyons is making a name for herself not even a year into her youth wrestling career. She is a state champion and multiple time national champion. Anthony is an advocate for a bigger platform in the state for girls wrestling, and wants to have a ‘girls night’ at the club in which she trains, Junior Panther Wrestling in Toledo.
https://www.swantonenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2021/09/web1_Anthony-1.jpgEight year old Adalynn Anthony of Lyons is making a name for herself not even a year into her youth wrestling career. She is a state champion and multiple time national champion. Anthony is an advocate for a bigger platform in the state for girls wrestling, and wants to have a ‘girls night’ at the club in which she trains, Junior Panther Wrestling in Toledo. Photo provided