CAITLYN GILMORE 2017 TSSAA STATE CHAMPION

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SHS Wrestler Caitlyn Gilmore TSSAA 2017 State Champion - Photo courtesy of Cheatham County School District - www.cheathamcountyschools.net

Cheatham County’s Sycamore High School Senior War Eagle female wrestler, Caitlyn Gilmore, earned a State Championship Title at the TSSAA State Wrestling Championships held February 16-19, 2017 at the Williamson County Agricultural Expo Center in Franklin, Tennessee.

Gilmore was one of 17 wrestlers representing Cheatham County School District, including twelve male wrestlers, three from Cheatham Central High School, six from Harpeth High School, three from Sycamore High School and four additional female wrestlers from Sycamore High School.

Medaling at the TSSAA State Championships include the following:

  • SYCAMORE HIGH SCHOOL FEMALE WRESTLERS 

112-Pound Weight Class
Sixth Place – Nena Crestman

148-Pound Weight Class
Fourth Place –Amber Maynard

155-Pound Weight Class
First PlaceCaitlyn Gilmore  

  • CHEATHAM COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT MALE WRESTLER

106- Pound Weight Class
Sixth Place – Alex Beasley of Harpeth

113- Pound Weight Class
Fourth Place – Dylan Becker of Harpeth

126- Pound Weight Class
Second Place – Thomas Hatcher of Harpeth

145- Pound Weight Class
Fifth Place – Dallas Prater of Cheatham County
Sixth Place – Mitchell Camper of Sycamore

160- Pound Weight Class
Second place – Daelyn Rose of Harpeth
Sixth Place – Will Pendelton of Sycamore

195- Pound Weight Class
Second Place – Zach Diviney of Sycamore

285- Pound Weight Class
Fourth Place – Devin Spence of Harpeth

To learn more about Cheatham County Schools, Wrestling Programs or coaches visit http://www.cheathamcountyschools.net.

Cheatham News obtained the information herein from Cheatham County School District.


Cheatham News Congratulates TSSAA State Champion Caitlyn Gilmore, state wrestling medalist, qualifers and coaches from Cheatham County Central High School, Harpeth High School Sycamore High Schools.

Congratulations to all wrestlers who participated in the 2016-2017 Cheatham County School District Wrestling Season!  You represented our county well!  Cheatham News is proud of each and every one of you!

Cheatham News (c) 2017

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