Stinson pins down one heckuva career

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Stinson pins down one heckuva career

$PHOTOCREDIT_ON$After 30 years in coaching and 12 at Bayfield High School, head coach Herb Stinson retired from the sport hugging another state champion. This year, it was Aaron Velasquez, his first Division I wrestling signee and 65th high school state champion. $PHOTOCREDIT_OFF$
$PHOTOCREDIT_ON$“I do this to help kids grow up,” said retired Bayfield High School wrestling coach Herb Stinson. “Later on, I get to see them with their families ... they become doctors, lawyers, engineers. You go to their weddings ... you, unfortunately, go to their funerals. But it’s all part of the cycle.”$PHOTOCREDIT_OFF$

Stinson pins down one heckuva career

$PHOTOCREDIT_ON$After 30 years in coaching and 12 at Bayfield High School, head coach Herb Stinson retired from the sport hugging another state champion. This year, it was Aaron Velasquez, his first Division I wrestling signee and 65th high school state champion. $PHOTOCREDIT_OFF$
$PHOTOCREDIT_ON$“I do this to help kids grow up,” said retired Bayfield High School wrestling coach Herb Stinson. “Later on, I get to see them with their families ... they become doctors, lawyers, engineers. You go to their weddings ... you, unfortunately, go to their funerals. But it’s all part of the cycle.”$PHOTOCREDIT_OFF$
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