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Woodland's Tramutola named Georgia and Section 3 Coach of the Year


Adrian Tramutola

Woodland High School head wrestling coach Adrian Tramutola was recently named state and regional Coach of the Year for the state of Georgia and Section 3 of the National Wrestling Coaches Association. Section 3 includes the states of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia. Tramutola, beginning his 13th year at Woodland, has guided his teams to the Class 5A duals and traditional state titles from 2018-2020. The Wildcats also won the Class 4A duals championship in 2011 and seven of his teams have finished as state runner-up. “This is a fantastic achievement and very well deserved,” WHS athletic director John Howard said in a news release. “Coach Tramutola brings so much to the school by creating a championship atmosphere within his program. Students are inspired to be the best they can be, and the results speak for themselves. We are blessed to have him as part of the Wildcat family.”

The Florida native teaches health and physical education at Woodland and also serves as the school’s athletic coordinator. The official recognition will take place in February prior to the state traditional tournament finals in Macon.

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