Nathan Fish is used to winning wrestling matches and the junior already has a pair of 2A state championships to prove it. This season, Fish is competing for the Lingle-Fort Laramie/Southeast co-op team and won the 120-pound weight class at the huge Shane Shatto Tournament in Douglas over the weekend. He beat Cannon Boren of Thermopolis 13-4 in the 120-pound final to improve to 15-1 on the year. Fish started the tournament by recording his 100th career victory.

He wrestled for Lusk for the last two years and in 2023, he was the 2A state champion at 120 with a pin over Tuker Carricato of Saratoga in the title match. Fish wrapped up the season with a remarkable 41-2 record and was equally sharp in his freshman year by winning the 2A state championship at 113 pounds. In 2022, he defeated Braydynn Terry of Moorcroft for the title and completed the year 47-5.

Fish has wrestled in some big national meets in Fargo and Virginia Beach and that kind of elite competition will certainly help him in the Wyoming prep season. We had a chance to talk to Fish at the Douglas Tournament and the young man takes wrestling seriously.

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Boys State Wrestling-Championship Round

Boys State Wrestling-Championship Round

Gallery Credit: Kolby Fedore

Wyoming High School Wrestling
Nathan Fish-LFL/Southeast

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