Coach Sterling Beane, the only head wrestling coach Braxton County High School has ever known, was honored last weekend for marking an unprecedented 50 years of coaching local youth. It was fitting that the recognition preceded the final round of the Braxton County Invitational Wrestling Tournament, which Coach Beane has developed into one of the premier events in West Virginia high school grappling.
Dr. Tony Minney, BCHS Principal presented Beane a plaque commemorating the monumental accomplishment. That plaque read in part, “Coach Beane has been a pillar of wrestling in Braxton County and the state of . . .
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