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Former Maple Heights High School wrestling coach John Milkovich, left, explains the fine art of wrestling to yougsters attending Monsters in Mohican Wrestling Camp at Danville High School on Tuesday. Assisting Milkovich is Mount Vernon High School student Matteo Lybarger.
Former Maple Heights High School wrestling coach John Milkovich, left, explains the fine art of wrestling to yougsters attending Monsters in Mohican Wrestling Camp at Danville High School on Tuesday. Assisting Milkovich is Mount Vernon High School student Matteo Lybarger. (Photo by Geoff Cowles) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
June 12, 2013 11:12 am EDT

 

DANVILLE — Danville High School continues to develop its fledgling wrestling program. In doing so, the school brought in an instructor with a history of winning.

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Tuesday was the first day of Monsters in Mohican, a two-day wrestling camp, open to all wrestlers from kindergarten through high school. Now in it’s third year, Monsters in Mohican is in Danville in hopes of building interest in wrestling among area athletes.

The wrestlers —mostly junior high and elementary age — had a chance to learn from former Maple Heights head coach Mike Milkovich, who comes from a renowned coaching family. Milkovich, who followed his legendary father as coach of the Mustangs, was succeeded by the current coach, nephew Jamie Milkovich. The younger Milkovich now holds the record for all-time winningest coach in state Division I wrestling.

 

 

 

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