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November 19 Leo at St. Rita (and Kelly High School) 78th and Western Start Time: 5 pm
December 1 Leo at Fenton Invitational Tournament Fenton High School
1000 W Green St in Bensenville
Start Time: 9 am
December 5 Leo at DePaul Prep (and Von Steuben) 3633 N California Ave Start Time: 6pm
December 8 Leo at Hope Academy Quest Sports Complex
2641 W Harrison
Start Time: 9 am
December 12 Leo at De La Salle (and Bishop Mac) 3434 S Michigan Ave Start Time: 5pm
December 14 Leo at Minnesota Tournament
December 15 Leo at Minnesota Tournament
December 20 Leo at Thornton Township 15001 S Broadway in Harvey Start Time: 5pm
December 29 Leo at St Laurence 5556 W 77th St in Burbank Start Time: 9 am
January 12 Leo at Braidwood Tournament Reed Custer High School
249 Comet Dr in Braidwood
Start Time: 9 am
January 18 Leo at CCL Varsity Championship St. Rita High School
78th and Western
Start Time: 9am
January 19 Leo at CCL Varsity Championship St. Rita High School
78th and Western
Start Time: 9 am
January 26 Leo at CCL Soph Championship Providence High School
1800 Lincoln Hwy in New Lenox
Start Time: 9 am
February 2 Leo at IHSA Regionals Start Time: 9 am
February 8 Leo at IHSA Sectionals
February 9 Leo at IHSA Sectionals
February 14 Leo at IHSA State Finals U of Illinois at Champaign
February 19 Leo at IHSA Team Sectionals Start Time: 5 pm
February 23 Leo at IHSA Team State Finals Grossinger Motors Arena
101 S Madison St in Bloomington
Start Time: 9 am
Leo Wrestling

Leo restored its wrestling program three years ago as part of a far-reaching effort to attract more students.

The results have been dramatic: In only its third year of interscholastic competition, the Lions won a Regional championship and produced two state-meet qualifiers.

Senior James Foy, son of Lions Coach Michial Foy, was the regional champion at 138 pounds and finished as runner-up in the state meet, highest finish ever by a Leo wrestler. Junior Kyle Hickmon also qualified for the state meet at 145 pounds, but was unable to compete because of a wrist injury sustained in the regional meet.

Heavyweights James Britten Jr. and Leroy Henry were also state-meet qualifiers in the earliest days of Leo’s wrestling revival. With a large complement of underclassmen making up the regional-title team, the future is bright for Leo wrestling.