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Returning state champion Clayson Mele of Green River could double-up on gold if he’s able to hold off Thunder Basin upstart Seamus Casey in a battle of No. 1 and No. 2.


Two of the state’s top four wrestlers will square off as sophomore No. 1 Dominic Martinez of Green River takes on Cheyenne East’s David Stice.


No. 1 Amos Solano of Cheyenne East looks to finish a strong season against No. 2 Hunter Goodwin of Sheridan.


One of the state’s most incredible talents, Sheridan’s Reese Osborne goes for a second state championship in two years as No. 2 Zach Vasquez of Rock Springs goes for his first.


It’s a rematch that’s been played out before this season but two-time champion Jace Palmer of Kelly Walsh will face Natrona County’s Cyruss Meeks, this time for gold.


Returning state champion Cameron Metcalf of Rock Springs goes for another but standing in the way is Sheridan sophomore, 4A’s No. 2, Hayden Crow.


Kelly Walsh’s Analu Benabise looks to make it two championships in two years as he faces Thunder Basin junior Warren Carr.


Josh Kraus of Kelly Walsh and Jackson Hesford of Cheyenne East look to cap promising, momentous seasons with their first championship on Saturday.


Rock Springs Tristan Profaizer is the hands-down favorite to win gold but Cheyenne Central senior Brian Nicholson has as good of a chance to go out on top.


This one could get aggressive as both Riley Mitchell of Thunder Basin and Kelly Walsh’s Kole Kraus go for their first championships in a shoot-first match.


Thunder Basin’s Dayton Porter looks to pull off a major upset as Payton Tucker of Green River goes for yet another state championship.


Evanston’s Pablo Escalante pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the first day in the quarterfinals and finds himself in the championship match against No. 1 Yahav Shraiber of Natrona County.


The imposing Terren Swartz of Thunder Basin goes for another state championship as Kelly Walsh’s Jesus Alvarado finds himself with a shot for gold.


Trevon Smith of Natrona County goes for a repeat championship against the one guy who has beat him this season, Thunder Basin’s Dalton McInerney.

— Star-Tribune staff

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High School Sports Reporter

Brady Oltmans reports on high school and local sports. He joined the Star-Tribune in July 2016 after covering prep sports and college soccer in Nebraska. He also contributes to University of Wyoming sports coverage. He and his dog live in Casper.

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