Bill Davis/News Mount Vernon senior Ashton Spurgeon, left, works on a takedown during a recent practice in the gym at Pleasant Street Elementary in Mount Vernon. Spurgeon, the lone Yellow Jacket at state last season, wants to return with some teammates.

Bill Davis/Mount Vernon News

Mount Vernon senior Ashton Spurgeon, left, works on a takedown during a recent practice in the gym at Pleasant Street Elementary in Mount Vernon. Spurgeon, the lone Yellow Jacket at state last season, wants to return with some teammates. Request this photo

 

MOUNT VERNON — Ashton Spurgeon felt like he had a chance to win a state title, even though the lone Yellow Jacket at the state tournament entered with an injured shoulder.

What eventually was diagnosed as a separation in the joint forced the Mount Vernon junior out of the tournament in the second consolation round.

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