UPDATE — Kaukauna’s Jager Eisch and Grayson Clark are now state wrestling champions.
Clark defeated Hayden Halter of Waterford for a state title at 126.
Eisch defeated Nicolar Rivera of Stoughton at 132.
The Wisconsin state showdown lived up to the hype. State champ Jager Eisch handed two-time champ Nicolar Rivera his first high school loss, scoring this overtime takedown in the state finals. pic.twitter.com/LePOGx7jeP— Trackwrestling (@trackwrestling) February 14, 2021
Congrats Kaukauna Wrestling on another record breaking day. School Record 7 State Placers led by @GreysonClark48 and Jager Eisch both with their second state title #GoGhosts pic.twitter.com/z0O5CIrMrU— Kaukauna Ghosts (@KaukaunaGhosts) February 14, 2021
KAUKAUNA — One of the marquee matchups in the Division 1 WIAA individual wrestling tournament is set.
Kaukauna’s Jager Eisch, who will wrestle next year at the University of Minnesota, will go for another state championship at a new weight when he faces Nicolar Rivera of Stoughton in the 132 championship.
Rivera is attempting to win his third straight championship. He has yet to lose a match in his prep career with a 118-0 mark, but he’ll need to contend with another state champion in Eisch.
Eisch won the championship at 126 a year ago and moves up a weight possessing a 14-0 record this season.
At 126, Kaukauna’s Grayson Clark will face Hayden Halter of Waterford for a state title.
In third-place matches:
At 170, Griffin Bekish faces Noah Mulvaney of Arrowhead.
At 182, Trevor Stuyvenberg faces Michael Alexander of De Pere.
In fifth place matches:
At 138, Logan Stumpf faces Gabe Pugh of Marshfield.
At 152, Titus Hammen faces Ryan Dolezal of Marshfield.
At 220, Alex Ashauer faces Noah Nieberle of New Berlin West.
Championships, Third-Place & Fifth-Place matches begin at 5 p.m. Saturday at Kaukauna High School.