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Reetz, Rivera finish season as undefeated state champions in wrestling

The 77th Annual State Individual Tournament championship produced 42 champions at the Kohl Center Saturday evening, including the 18th wrestler to win four championships.

There were 14 former champions that added to their gold medal collection. Most notably, Keegan O’Toole of Arrowhead became just the 18th wrestler to win four State titles. He won the title in Division 1 at 160 pounds with a fall at 2:49 to give him a 47-0 record this year. Prior to this season, O’Toole won the 145 title last year, the 132 crown in 2018 and the 120 championhip in 2017.

There were three past champions that added a second title in Division 1. Nicolar Rivera of Stoughton remained undefeated at 48-0 with a pin at 2:27 in his championship match. He won the 106 title in 2019.

First-time winners in Division 1 include Kaden Reetz of Madison Memorial (43-0) was victorious at 152.

In Division 2, Tyler Hannah of Prairie du Chien (53-0) earned the title at 195.

Arrowhead has the distinction of winning the most titles in this year’s championships with three. Cadott, Kaukauna, Luxemburg-Casco, Prairie du Chien, St. Croix Falls, Stoughton and Stratford also had multiple individual champions with two.

The State Team Wrestling Tournament will be held Friday and Saturday, March 6-7 at the UW Field House in Madison.

Read the full recap from the WIAA by clicking here.

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