Clarke County’s Kaylee Anderson Named Most Outstanding Wrestler at State Tournament

Story by Rebecca MaynardPhoto by Tricia Nalls Clarke County High School senior Kaylee Anderson made the whole community proud on January 29 when she earned the Most Outstanding Wrestler award at the Virginia Girls’ Championship state wrestling tournament. “I’ve never gotten one of those types of awards before, so it was pretty cool, and shocking,” Anderson […]

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