Harvard’s Luis stands tall on the mats
When it comes to wrestlers, insiders of the sport know you don’t measure a competitor by his size in stature, but rather his heart. Harvard’s Anthony Luis, may not be big in stature, but he certainly has a lot of heart.
Luis went 4-1 in the Lyle King Princeton Invitational, finishing third place at 106 pounds with a 5-0 decision over LeRoy’s Alex Matlock on Saturday.
He was noticeably one of the hardest working wrestlers to hit the Prouty Gym mats, a credit to someone who is generally undersized to most opponents, even in the 106-pound weight class.
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