In two of the 132-pound state championship matches, there were guys looking for the 4th title of their careers which is a rarity indeed.

In 4A, Kelly Walsh's Jace Palmer took on Reese Osborne of Sheridan. These two met in the finals of the Ron Thon tournament earlier this season with Palmer prevailing in that match. In the 3rd period on Saturday, Osborne held a 7-6 lead with Palmer coming up with an escape and a takedown to make it 9-7. Osborne returned the favor with an escape but couldn't get closer as Palmer wins 9-8. He finishes the year at 47-6 and is the first Casper wrestler to win four titles. Osborne is a junior and concluded the year at 48-8.

In 2A, Kemmerer's Dawson Schramm made it 4 for 4 with a 16-1 decision over Dustin Simmons and became the 2nd Ranger grappler to win four titles. The other was Donny Profitt. So Schramm won two championships at 132, one at 120 and the first one was at 106. He had a tremendous season at 42-1 and along with Palmer, they became the 23rd and 24th wrestlers to win four state titles in Wyoming high school wrestling.

in 3A, Douglas freshman Lane Ewing had a solid outing against Brayden Andrews of Star Valley 12-4. Ewing has a substantial ability and made a major decision look easy. He is 32-6 on the year with Andrews finishing at 34-11.

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