Crestwood high school’s wrestling match tonight involving Osage and Riceville will have a special visitor. E-S-P-N cameras will be at the match as part of a documentary. Crestwood athletic director David Herold says the cable sports network contacted him yesterday about their interest. He says they’ll come back Sunday and shoot some reaction from the wrestlers.Herold says it will be exciting to see Crestwood high school be part of the story.Herold says the presence of E-S-P-N will add a lot of excitement to the meet. He says it may do just the opposite, by giving them more exposure and getting them to wrestle harder.
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