Wolverines put on display of dominance at Class B3 Finals, capture third consecutive team championship, five individual titles in their backyard
February 09, 2020


BOLIVAR — Across all seasons in the past 20 years at Bolivar-Richburg, the Wolverines have seen an enormous amount of success. During the fall in the early 2000’s, it was the football program making the biggest of marks on the gridiron with multiple winning seasons under then-head coach Dave Baron, including one where a State Final Four appearance was made in the 2007 season.

In the spring as of late, the baseball program, which is headed by its longtime mastermind Dustin Allen, has been responsible for creating a dynasty that has spanned across the 2010’s, winning four Sectional titles in the last seven years. Before that, a trip to the State Finals in perhaps the program’s most successful season out of them all. A trip that was made right at the turn of the decade.

But during the winter, when the temperatures dip to freezing levels and the snow begins to fall, a new dynasty has begun to take shape — in the art of wrestling.