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Cole Martin holds a handful of wrestling records at Lancaster High School, but his coach is convinced he would own them all if it weren’t for the injury he suffered as a junior.
Three-time selections Moziah Clark of Madison West and Jeffery Johnson and Carlito Schiro of Madison La Follette headlined the 56th annual All-City Wrestling team that was announced at Madison La Follette High School on Monday night.
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Facing a Kaukauna squad boasting eight individual state qualifiers, the Stoughton wrestling team knew it would need a few upsets if it wanted to claim its first state team title since 1988.
Stoughton junior Collin Kraus talks about his upset victory at 138 pounds and the Vikings' WIAA Division 1 state runner-up finish at the UW Field House. (Video / Rob Hernandez)
If the Stoughton wrestling team was going to make it to the state championship, the Vikings knew they would need big performances from their first seven wrestlers.
The talk of the 2015 WIAA state individual wrestling tournament was Bayfield wrestler Zach Anglin, born without hands or feet as well as lower arms and legs. Shown here losing in the WIAA Division 3 state semifinals at 106 pounds to A.J. Schoenfuss of Stratford, Anglin eventually finished si…
University of Wisconsin wrestling recruit David Chadd, who will walk on with the Badgers and join teammate Cole Martin in Madison, talks about winning his second straight WIAA Division 3 state wrestling title March 1, 2015 at the Kohl Center. (Video / Dennis Semrau)
Lancaster wrestler Cole Martin, a University of Wisconsin recruit, reflects on becoming the first Flying Arrows wrestler to win three straight WIAA Division 3 state championships Feb. 28, 2015. (Video / Dennis Semrau)
The last time Portage crowned a WIAA state wrestling champion, senior Jacob Poches was watching from the stands.
Stoughton’s Brandon Klein was never afraid of collapsing under the immense pressure of the state wrestling tournament.
DeForest sophomore Jackson Hemauer was unable to stand still and also couldn’t stop smiling following his memorable match at the WIAA Division 1 individual state wrestling tournament on Friday at the Kohl Center.