Jacob and Evan Frost of Holy Cross become First Louisiana Wrestlers to Place at Super 32

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Jacob and Evan Frost

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Jacob and Evan Frost continued their historic run through Super 32, one of the nation’s toughest tournaments featuring multiple nationally-ranked wrestlers on Sunday, Oct. 25. Jacob finished fourth at 126-pounds while Evan finished eighth at 120-pounds.

“The boys have been doing everything right,” said Bayou Elite Wrestling Club coach and Holy Cross head coach Ryan Hess. “They have set goals and been disciplined in their execution of the plan. In this past training phase, they increased their output and frequency of training. They train before school, at Holy Cross for their High school practice, and finish up at Bayou Elite Wrestling Club in the evenings all while maintaining a GPA north of 4.5. Their teammates have been supportive as well as putting in the additional hours as well.”

Coach Hess’ tournament takeaway’s:
Jacob and Evan’s wrestling IQ have grown incrementally over time. Coach Ryak, Coach Kevon, Coach George, and I sat down in April and discussed the systematic approach to the training phases. The Frosty’s have bought into the system and have demonstrated their willingness to train to be the best in the country every day. As a result of their dedication to being tremendous student-athletes, none of the coaching staff is surprised by the outcome this weekend. I believe it is just the beginning of these boys being known on the national scene. There is a tremendous amount of Division I wrestling coaches calling non-stop. Big things to come for Jacob, Evan, Holy Cross, and Bayou Elite Wrestling Club!

Individual Results

120lbs
E. Frost (BWC) dec. Sergio Lemley (IN), 5-3
E. Frost (BWC) dec. Koy Buesgens (MN), 5-3 SV
Keyveon Roller (TN) dec. E. Frost (BWC), 9-4
No. 7 Tyler Kasak maj dec. E. Frost (BWC), 15-3

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