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BLOOMINGTON – Champaign Central completed the first step of its postseason wrestling resurgence Saturday.
Underclassmen such as Deshoun White and Bryson Martin hope to build upon the foundation that has been established with the school's first-time qualification for the team-dual state meet.
CHAMPAIGN – The Centennial Chargers are one victory away from becoming the third Big 12 boys' basketball team in 21 years to go undefeated in the conference. To do so, Tim Lavin's squad will need to get past the last team to pull off that feat.
As far as wrestling traditions go, Mahomet-Seymour and Champaign Central couldn't be more different.
The Bulldogs boast 15 state trophies and five state titles in their history.
CHATHAM – Taylor Long was the unlikely hero for Champaign Central's wrestling team Tuesday night.
The 125-pound freshman entered the Maroons' Class 2A dual-team sectional match against 16th-ranked Carbondale with a 5-10 season record.
PEORIA – Tuesday's Class 2A team-dual sectional meet was a good news/bad news situation for Mahomet-Seymour's third-ranked wrestling team.
Good: The Bulldogs overpowered Peoria Woodruff 40-24 to advance to Saturday's state quarterfinals.
LeROY – If LeRoy High School's wrestling team didn't move heaven and earth Tuesday, then the team at least completed a huge groundbreaking.
Less than a month after the school won its first regional championship in the sport, LeRoy secured its first berth in the Class 1A state dual-team quarterfinals.
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Glenbard North's Tony Ramos was so disgusted by his performance during Saturday's 125-pound Class 3A title bout in the state wrestling tournament that he couldn't even imagine smiling.
CHAMPAIGN – Colten Unzicker's wrestling season ended on Saturday the way in began in November.
With one gigantic exception.
CHAMPAIGN – On wrestling's grandest stage, Andrew Brewer made his greatest escape.
In the third overtime period of the Class 2A 171-pound state championship match which was tied 4-4, the Mahomet-Seymour senior got loose from Antioch's Tom Gerstner with 13 seconds left Saturday night at the Assembly Hall.