Madison’s Oligee feeling more pressure as he grapples his way toward another state berth

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Madison High School's Devin Oligee reacts during a 170-pound match against Clermont Northeastern's Hayden Mattes in the Division III district wrestling tournament March 6, 2020, at Hobart Arena in Troy. Oligee won 8-2. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

TROY — Devin Oligee believes he’s elevated his wrestling game this season. He’s also sporting a bull’s-eye that just keeps getting brighter.

The Madison High School junior admitted there’s more pressure to deal with after he made a name for himself with a sixth-place finish at 170 pounds




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