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Green River senior Cyro Montoya will go for his third consecutive state title when he takes on Kelly Walsh freshman Jace Palmer, who beat him for the West Regional title.


West Regional champ Dylan Anderson of Natrona held on for a tough semifinal victory and now has to be ready for Green River’s Justin Flores.


Kelly Walsh junior Caleb Nathan won a state title at Green River last year and would love to win one in front of his new hometown fans, but he’ll have to beat rival Cameron Metcalf of Rock Springs to do so.


Green River’s Gage Byers is out to defend his state title and help the Wolves win their second consecutive team crown, but standing in his way is another defending state champ in Idris Elias of Laramie.


A couple of surprises as Cheyenne East senior Bryton Winchell and Rock Springs sophomore RJ Stassinos will meet for the title.


Former champ Trevor Jeffries of Gillette looks to take back his title against Jon Gasperetti, the West Regional champ from Natrona.


Two wrestlers looking for their first state title as Laramie’s Kaden Schriner meets Kelly Walsh’s Javen Palmer in the finals.


Defending state champ Brett Brenton looks to cap an emotional season with another title, but he’ll have to beat Rock Springs’ Wyatt Yenney to do so.


It will be a battle of regional champs when Kelly Walsh’s Dylan Jaure takes on Cheyenne East’s Seth Green, two seniors seeking their fist state title.


Sheridan’s Hayden Hastings, a two-time champ, takes an unbeaten record into the finals against Cheyenne East’s Thomas Neal.


Two regional champs face off for the ultimate prize when Cheyenne Central’s Andrew Nicholson faces off against Natrona’s Daniel Slack.


Defending state champ Carless Looney of Laramie meets a familiar foe in Terren Swartz of Gillette.


Defending state champ Jordan Tucker of Green River wants to make it two in a row, but has to beat East Regional champ Deric Johnson of Gillette first.


Cheyenne South’s Robert Hernandez and Green River’s Gabe Bunderman weren’t expected to make it to the finals, but one of them is leaving as a state champ.

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Jack Nowlin returned to the Star-Tribune in 2007 after eight years covering Michigan State University athletics. A Wyoming native, and a graduate of Jeffrey City High School and the University of Wyoming, Jack serves as the Star-Tribune’s sports editor.

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