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She's the resident trainer and voice of reason for all the GLOW girls. Sydelle Noel's acting résumé consisted largely of shorts before she landed a supporting role in the crime-drama Captive, also starring Kate Mara and David Oyelowo.

Pecora is one of two girls locally, along with Beacon High School’s Neomi Brereton, to compete in the sport at the varsity level.

New Paltz High School’s Tara Linneman competes on junior varsity.

I got a pilot with Jenji Kohan [creator of OITNB and Executive Producer of GLOW] directed by Gus Van Sant, about the Salem witches, but it never got picked up. I was like in the woods shoving sticks up women’s vaginas. But Jenji liked my work on that, so when GLOW came up I got the part.”Who is her character?

Courtney Pecora wore a gray mini-dress as she chatted with friends on the wooden bleachers at Arlington High School before a recent wrestling match.“She doesn’t really look like a wrestler,” Arlington coach Fred Perry said.

Two days earlier, Pecora, all 4 feet 11 inches and 99 pounds of her, picked up her first varsity win — and the first win for a female wrestler in Arlington history — by beating a male wrestler at a tournament in Yonkers.“It felt really good.

I was really happy (that I won),” said Pecora, shortly before the sophomore walked to the girls locker room and transformed into a singlet, a spandex wrestling uniform, to join her teammates — all male — on the Arlington bench.

“As soon as (the referee) raised my hand, I was smiling.”Nationally, wrestling is the fastest growing scholastic sport among girls, with more than twice as many participants as a decade ago, according to the National Federation of State High School Associations.