Photo courtesy @KaukaunaGhosts on Twitter

MADISON — Kaukauna’s Greyson Clark is now a three-time state wrestling champion.

Clark, a junior, defeated Talan Schutte of Germantown at the Kohl Center in Madison Saturday evening for the WIAA Division 1 title at 138.

Clark, a University of Wisconsin wrestling commit, won the championship at 126 a year ago after capturing the 106 title as a freshman in 2020. He moved up a pair of weights this season to 138 sporting a 43-1 record heading into the tournament, which gives him a 111-7 career mark.

Lucas Peters finished second at 120 De Pere’s Shane Corrigan, a tough draw who finished his high school career with a 51-0 record. Of note, Shane Corrigan’s sister, Brooke, this year won the first WIAA girls’ wrestling state title.

Kaukauna’s Bryan Winans defeated Kimberly’s Tyson Peach for third place after falling to Stoughton’s Nicolar Rivera in the semifinal. Riveria went on to win the weight class, the third state title of his career.

Rivera, a senior, announced after his match he will wrestle for the Badger’s next year.

Winans may not have seen the last of Rivera.

Rival Stoughton also has qualified for the WIAA state team wrestling tournament, which runs March 4-5 at the UW Fieldhouse in Madison.

The three Ghosts’ podium finishers were joined at state by Connor Smith at 132 and Judah Hammen at 160.

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By Dan Plutchak

Dan Plutchak, born and raised in Kaukauna, is cofounder of Kaukauna Community News.