Mascoutah’s Lavion Mayes, a two-time All-American, will conclude his University of Missouri career beginning Thursday at the NCAA Division I Championships at the Scotttrade Center in St. Louis. One of eight Missouri wrestlers competing in the three-day event, Mayes is the third seed in the 149-pound weight class after placing third in the 149-pound division a year ago.
Mascoutah’s Lavion Mayes, a two-time All-American, will conclude his University of Missouri career beginning Thursday at the NCAA Division I Championships at the Scotttrade Center in St. Louis. One of eight Missouri wrestlers competing in the three-day event, Mayes is the third seed in the 149-pound weight class after placing third in the 149-pound division a year ago. Amber Garrett Columbia Missourian
Mascoutah’s Lavion Mayes, a two-time All-American, will conclude his University of Missouri career beginning Thursday at the NCAA Division I Championships at the Scotttrade Center in St. Louis. One of eight Missouri wrestlers competing in the three-day event, Mayes is the third seed in the 149-pound weight class after placing third in the 149-pound division a year ago. Amber Garrett Columbia Missourian

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