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Michael Cox

I started wrestling in the Lebanon Mat Club when I was five years old. My dad (Mark Cox), Jim Phillips, and Bud Pulliam started the Lebanon Mat Club in the late 1970's. I then wrestled all four years at Lebanon High School.  After college, I had coaching stops at West Albany High School, Sprague High School, and Woodburn High School before taking the Head Wrestling Coach position at Lebanon High School, 17 years ago.  

A fun fact about myself is that I was 2 weeks late for my 1st teaching job because I was stranded in the Virgin Islands due to the attack on the U.S. on September 11th, 2001. Ironically, Tatum, my daughter, was born 11 years later, on September 11.

Devin Richardson

I started with Lebanon Wrestling as a volunteer coach when my son was 5 years old. While volunteering I realized how much I missed the sport of wrestling and thought I might be able to help the kids in a bigger role as head coach. When the opportunity to apply for the job arose I took it. Since then I have been the mat club coach, middle school coach, and a high school assistant coach.


When my son graduated I stepped away to focus on my family and my professional career. After 4 years absence my love for wrestling and coaching has brought me back. I am excited to be a part of Warrior Wrestling again and look forward to passing on my knowledge of the sport and the important life lessons it has taught me that I value to this day.


Fun fact about me is I would not be able to do any of this without the love and support of my beautiful wife and children!

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Amanda Wallace

My involvement in wrestling began in 2000 when I became a stat girl for the LHS wrestling team. A little over 10 years later, while my oldest son, Tanner, was in the Lebanon Mat Club, I was privilege with becoming the President. I served for several years until we moved away for a bit. When we moved back and Tanner began high school, I began helping out with the LHS wrestling team again. Now that my two younger boys, Trevathian and Kalais, are old enough to wrestle, I am back to assist the Mat Club and accomplish some goals that we didn't hit the first time around.


I truly believe that wrestling can be a pathway to a better life for so many young men and women; the lessons that are taught on and off the mat will remain valuable throughout a lifetime. I am so involved because I love sharing the passion that I have for wrestling with everyone I can. Warrior Wrestling truly is a family to me and I am forever grateful for all the people I have in my life because of it.

A fun fact about myself is that I have climbed Mt. Vesuvius in Italy.

Vice President

Jennifer Jordan

I got involved with wrestling only a couple of years ago when my son was a freshman at Lebanon High School and started wrestling to stay in shape and become a better football player. He actually had a great first season, even going to state. My daughters also love it and are now stat girls. We have been a wrestling family ever since and it is our favorite sport! I truly feel there is something special about the lessons that wrestling teaches you, and our Warrior family is wonderful!  

I started helping with high school tournaments, even helping with Mat Club ones last season, since I am at them all anyway. I have a background in management and event/seminar planning and love doing things like that. I feel that my organizational skill set and background can be a benefit to helping to further the goals of the Lebanon Mat Club. I am excited to see how we can grow!

Fun fact about me is that I backpacked around Europe for a month. 

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Cheyenne Spier

I grew up watching my little brother Andy wrestle from 6U all the way to senior in high school! I started out as the big sis forced to watch every Saturday, to helping at the home tournaments, joining fundraising events, etc. From my eighth-grade year on, I have yet to miss a season of wrestling! Lebanon Warrior Wrestling has been a part of my family for about twelve years now and I currently have two little dudes that wrestle, Liam and Emmit!

I wanted to be part of something as an adult, that I grew up involved in when I was younger, and something I plan on being involved in for years to come! I know I can help this program grow because I grew up here, I know our community, and I want to be involved in making sure our kiddos and parent’s love this sport as much as we do. I am a go getter, dedicated, and passionate about these kids and the growth of this program!

Fun fact: I am 28 years old; I have 3 boys! I am a stay-at-home mama, as well as the bookkeeper for our business – Blas Valley Tint. 


Nichole Flaget

Wrestling has been in my husband's family from my father-in-law to my husband and now Keystin! Keystin started wrestling when he 4 years old, fast forward to now he’s 10 years old and is very competitive! He loves the sport! 


I figured since I am always helping out in wrestling this would be a great opportunity to make this experience for kids a great one and help make the Club even more enjoyable by being on the board! I love seeing kids push themselves and see what they can accomplish!

A fun fact about me is I love riding quads at the dunes!


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Tyler Ruonavaara

I got my start in wrestling in 1996-97 through the Albany Mat Club. I started wrestling because my parents thought I had to much energy and needed a way to mellow out. I wrestled for Albany until my family moved to Lebanon in 2005. I finished my high school wrestling career in Lebanon. After graduating, I joined the US Army.


I am excited to be apart of the board of directors because I want to be more active in my kids sports and help my community.


Some fun facts about myself are that I have served in Iraq and Afghanistan; after coming home, I lost my leg in a motorcycle accident. Despite losing my leg, I still enjoy riding motorcycles.

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Caleigh Lathrop

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Dylan Smith

It all started in 1991 at a wrestling camp put on my Bill Thompson and the Cottage Grove High School wrestling team. I graduated in 2003 and began coaching the Lincoln Middle School and assisting the high school for two years. After that time, I coached Cottage Grove Mat Club for two years before moving to Lebanon. I married and had some boys and knew they would want to wrestle. I became a wrestling official and assisted the Sweet Home High School team. The next year I decided to switch to Lebanon, because my first boy was ready to start wrestling and we lived in Lebanon; there I helped out and continued to officiate. The following year I became one of the main coaches. Now I have been a part of coaching Lebanon Wrestling for six years.


A fun fact about me is I make sound effects when I run or participate in a sport, I believe it makes me faster.

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