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White throws weight around

SPRINGFIELD – Deshoun White did some heavy lifting Saturday. His reward is a sectional championsip and a trip to next weekend's Class 2A state wrestling finals.

Brewer, Ernst give M-S edge

LaSALLE – A certain drought currently hangs over the collective head of the Mahomet-Seymour wrestling program. It has the full attention of the Bulldogs' coaching staff, its team members and the dedicated fan base that follows the team from meet to meet.

State wrestling rundown

A look at next weekend's state meet

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MAHOMET – Mahomet-Seymour center Nick Washburn will miss the remainder of the season with a circulatory problem that requires surgery.

LeRoy steals thunder from GCMS/Fisher

ARGENTA – Thirty-five years is a long time. Too long if you ask LeRoy wrestling coach Doug DeWald.

For the first time since 1974, the Panthers won a regional after claiming four weight classes Saturday at Argenta-Oreana. Devin Bulington (103 pounds) and Cory Matlock (119) each won their divisions by pin. Tyler Wilfley (140) and Brian Roberts (145) won titles by decision.

St. Joseph-Ogden's Hallowell throws his weight around, again

TOLONO – Brytt Hallowell has displayed limited growth as a high school wrestler.

As a freshman, the St. Joseph-Ogden athlete competed for a regional title at 112 pounds. On Saturday as a senior, Hallowell was in the finals at 119 pounds.

Butts meets challenge head-on

M-S keeps title streak alive with six champions

PONTIAC – Rantoul sophomore Isaiah Butts was determined not to look ahead at any point during Saturday's Class 2A regional. After three hard-fought wins in the 130-pound weight class, including a 14-8 decision against Mahomet-Seymour's Cody Briggs in the championship match, the first Eagle to win a regional title during coach Dan Warner's tenure was ready to peek into the future, if only for a moment.

Title makes it a special day for Central

Freshmen Anastasia, Volk spark Maroons

MOUNT ZION – Champaign Central had not won a regional wrestling title since 1967.

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NORMAL – Champaign Central seniors Colin McGill and Mike Lacine enter their final Big 12 Conference swimming and diving meet Saturday as two-time champions.

Maroons take second at Big 12 wrestling meet

CHAMPAIGN – Adam Acheson was a latecomer to wrestling, but you'd never know it now.

In his third season in the sport, the hard-working and quick-learning Champaign Central junior is a 29-match winner. He's also, after several close calls, finally a tournament champion.