Bill Iezzi: Timber Creek's Wrestling Depth

I was talking with Timber Creek wrestling coach Nick Cottone about the team's depth and he said it will improve with the addition of Ricky Carter at 112 on Feb. 2.

Carter, who placed sixth in the state last year,at 103, had to sit out after transferring from Washington Township.

Nick Virgilio, one of the Chargers' most successful wrestlers this season, will go back to 103 to open up 112 for Carter.

Alan Nyguen, who has been wrestling at 103, will have a wrestle-off with Virgilio to see who is better at that weight, Cottone said.

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