By Joshua Price/Sports Editor
Gadsden City High School sophomore wrestling phenom Hannah Gladden has one goal this summer – the Olympics.
The 138-pound wrecking ball competed in three wrestling tournaments during April and May, vying for a spot on the United States’ women’s national team. Gladden placed first in two of the events and third in another to earn a spot in
Gadsden City High School sophomore Hannah Gladden placed first in both folk-style and freestyle during the Pigeon Forge Wrestling Classic in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee on April 28.
Gladden pinned all four of her opponents (all females) in the 140-pound weight division.
Over 400 wrestlers competed in the annual event.
Gladden plans to attend the annual national women’s match in Lakeland, Florida on May…