Kids from the Kelseyville (Calif.)
wrestling team pinned some of their opponents over the weekend. And their assistant coach helped pin a driving under the influence arrest on an impaired driver.According to the Lake County Record-Bee
, assistant coach Rob Brown was leading a caravan of cars on the way to the tournament Saturday when he noticed a car driving on the wrong side of the two-lane highway. He called the California Highway Patrol and followed the car until it came to a gated subdivision.
"She (driver) was having trouble getting the locked gate to open. I
pulled up about three feet behind her and she started to back up and hit
my truck. I got out, walked up to her car and she was rolling down the
window. I grabbed her keys and told her I had called CHP," the crime-fighting coach to the newspaper. "Several cars (heading north
on Highway 29) had to swerve out of her way. They probably couldn't
believe what they were seeing."
The kids in Brown's car moved into other vehicles so they could make it to the tournament, and he waited for police to come make the arrest. Damage to his truck was minimal.
By the way, nine Kelseyville wrestlers made it to their respective finals at the tournament.