For 18-year-old Adam Erno, his senior year of wrestling at Mechanicville High School was supposed to be the pinnacle, the exclamation point on five years of hard work all aimed at being the best that he could be. But Adam found, as have so many before him, that an untimely injury can bring the hopes and dreams to a crashing halt.
Adam began wrestling at the age of six in the PeeWee Wrestling program at Mechanicville. His talent was apparent early on, and the development of his skills earned him a spot on the varsity team when he was in 8th grade, wrestling at 103 pounds. His prowess might almost be expected, though. He has learned from the best who learned from the best.
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