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High School Wrestling has always been thought of as the hardest and most enduring sport that takes place in high school Only the toughest Jocks try out and the weak are quickly discarded Young women showing school spirit come to watch as the arms of young men in spandex are mingled about During matches coaches yell and scream at their young apprentices while they desperately battle to pin their opponent of equal weight But how equally are the two enemies matched How much weight did one person have to lose and how fast did he have to do it to be able to wrestle in that weight class Once the wrestler makes his weight does he really have any physical energy left to wrestle Losing an extraordinary amount of weight in a short amount of time is dangerous and unhealthy and should be regulated for the safety of the athletes Coach James Derek Donoho is now in his third year of being head coach at Don Lugo High School He says wrestling is a very dangerous contact sport that always has the risk of injuries and people get hurt everyday He believes its a good experience for young men and he is glad he went through it when he was in high school Physical injuries come with the turf and every person knows it when they join wrestling or any other sport Its the un-implied risks that are not seen until commitments are made that are the most dangerous to young athletes Donoho is pro losing weight and says its good to loose weight and move to a lighter weight class because its a little easier on the wrestler It feels to them that they are wrestling someone lighter then they are That is a tactical advantage however people also move up to wrestle in higher weight levels to fill spots That makes it unnecessary for teens to lose weight because they are already wrestling
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