Dom Frontino

SASHS junior Dom Frontino is nearly fully recovered from a knee injury he suffered last May and will be ready to make a state title run this season


The 2021-22 wrestling season marks the beginning of a new era of Greyhound wrestling under first year coach Josh Barrick.

“Wrestling has been a big passion and a big part of my life,” Barrick said Monday. “Three years ago, I got involved with the youth program [in Shippensburg], and everything just kind of grew from there. Coaching high school wrestling was always something that I wanted to do, I was just waiting for the right situation to come about. I plan to be involved in the Shippensburg wrestling program for a really long time.”

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