Kaukauna's Greyson Clark advances to the championship round. WIAA photo
Kaukauna's Greyson Clark advances to the championship round. WIAA photo

UPDATE: Kaukauna’s Greyson Clark and Lucas Peters claimed state wrestling championships Saturday in Madison. READ MORE.


MADISON — The Kaukauna Galloping Ghosts are sending three wrestlers to the WIAA individual wrestling championship round Saturday in Madison.

Kaukauna sent a program record-nine wrestlers to the individual tournament, with Greyson Clark, Bryan Winans and Lucas Peters advancing to the title round.

The Ghosts are be led by senior Greyson Clark, a Purdue commit, who will wrestle for his fourth state title in four years as a Ghost. He won the championship at the 138-pound weight class last season after winning at 126 in 2021 and at 106 as a freshman in 2020. He remains at 138 this year sporting a 44-0 record, which gives him a 162-7 career mark to this point.


On Tuesday, the Ghosts locked up another invitation the the team state wrestling tournament as they look toward a third-in-a-row title next week in Madison.

The championship round begins at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at the Kohl Center in Madison.

  • At 138, Greyson Clark of Kaukauna faces Riese Thornberry of Germantown
  • At 132, Bryan Winans of Kaukauna faces Kellan Aure of Menomonie
  • At 126, Lucas Peters of Kaukauna faces Jacob Herm of Neenah

Other state qualifiers for Kaukauna include:

  • 106: Nick Jenkins (Kaukauna)
  • 145: Connor Smith (Kaukauna)
  • 160: Liam Crook (Kaukauna)
  • 170: Judah Hammen (Kaukauna)
  • 182: Drew Wendzicki (Kaukauna)
  • 220: Jordan Loose (Kaukauna)



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By Dan Plutchak

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