Lake Norman & Mooresville

December 8, 2010 12:00 AM

Blue Devil out to prove he's one of best in state

Mooresville wrestler Tyler Bruton starts the season as one of the best wrestlers in North Carolina in his 160-pound weight class. The senior is ranked second in the state, but he doesn't pay too much attention to rankings.

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