Wrestling: Bainbridge to hold food drive for Helpline House at last home meet

Bainbridge will honor its seniors during its last home meet against Chief Sealth and Cleveland at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.

Fans are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items to benefit Helpline House.

"We always weigh the food to see how big the wrestler would be if the food were in a weight class," coach Dan Pippinger said.

The young team graduates two seniors, Even Jahrman, who wrestles in the 152-pound weight class, and Brenden Henesy, who competes at 145.

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