Trio to be inducted into CHS wrestling hall of fame Nov. 23
October 27, 2013
Carson High will induct the late Bing Blood, Del Matthews and Scott Kuhlman into the CHS Wrestling Hall of Fame on Nov. 23 at the Carson Nugget Ballroom.
Blood, who recently passed away, was involved in wrestling for 40 years both as an official and coach at CHS. He was a member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.
Matthews was the school's first state champ. Matthews won the 127-pound title in 1973. Kuhlman was Carson's only two-time state champ. He won the 98-pound title in 1981 and then captured the 105-pound crown a year later.
Tickets for the event are $25 per person. There will be raffle prizes and a silent auction, and $500 grand prize drawing.
For tickets, call Cassie Carter at 775-297-1719.
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