Gracie Olson-Stutzman, pioneer in sport, takes reins of SH girls wrestling


December 29, 2021

Scott Swanson

Gracie Stutzman stands matside during a tournament.

Gracie Olson Stutzman is Sweet Home's new girls wrestling coach, but she's definitely no stranger to the sport. She has lived with wrestling for virtually her entire life.

Her older brother Trever started young, followed by her twin brother Kobe, who won a high school state championship.

"I've always been a huge fan of wrestling," said Stutzman, 23. "Our family would be considered a wrestling family because my brothers did it. We spent a lot of time at wrestling tournaments."

She was a "stats girl" for the wrestling team in high school, and then, as a junior, she decided to try the sport...

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