Hough To Wrestle-Play Football At Manchester

Wabash senior Tony Hough signed to wrestle and play football next year at Manchester University Thursday.

After anchoring the offensive line for the Wabash football team, Hough recorded a 28-9 record in wrestling, winning the Wabash County Invite and the Peru sectional at 182lbs. Hough finished 2nd at the Peru regional to qualify for the Ft Wayne semi state.

”Being a two sport athlete in college will be a major challenge” Hough said. ”It will be tough with the depth Manchester has in both sports. I think I will wrestle at 184 or 195 and play on the defensive line in football with my freshman year being a learning experience. I hope to see major time my sophomore year”.

While at Manchester Hough will study Sports Management


Seated L-R : Charity Hough(Mother), Tony Hough, Tony Hough(Father)

Back Row L-R : Wabash Principal Josh Blossom, Wabash Football Coach Floyd McWhirt, Wabash Wrestling Coach Jake O’Neill, Wabash Athletic Director Greg Martz

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