MADISON — Kaukauna’s Lucas Peters placed second Saturday at the WIAA state individual state wrestling tournament.

In a battle of previous state champions, Peters fell to Kellen Wolbert of Oconomowoc in the 132 weight class.

TAP TO WATCH the finals livestream here beginning at 5:30 p.m. Saturday.

On TV, Green Bay’s CW 14 is the home for the WIAA 2024 Individual Wrestling Championships – broadcast live from the Kohl Center in Madison. The broadcast runs from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Saturday’s championship matches feature two previous state title winners, a pair of undefeated wrestlers and two freshmen looking for their first state titles.

One of the top state title matches of the evening will be between Senior Lucas Peters at 132, who earned a title last season at 126 and Kellen Wolbert of Oconomowoc who won the 120-pound weight class a year ago.

Liam Crook at 165, one of six undefeated wresters in the Division 1 faces Caleb Dennee of Marshfield, also undefeated.

Standout freshman Andy DiPiazza is in the 106 championship in his first trip to state, facing another freshman, William Du Chemin of Wilmot.

Follow results on Trackwrestling

Wrestling in the Saturday finals beginning Friday at 5:30 p.m.:

106 #2 Andy DiPiazza, Kaukauna, 44-5, Fr. falls to #1 William Du Chemin, Wilmot Union, 50-1, Fr.

132 #2 Lucas Peters, Kaukauna, 47-3, Sr. v #1 Kellen Wolbert, Oconomowoc, 43-2, So.

165 #2 Liam Crook, Kaukauna, 38-0, So. v #1 Caleb Dennee, Marshfield, 53-0 Jr.

Wrestling in the consolation bracket beginning at 10 a.m. Friday:

157 Junior Peyton Lee finished fourth in his first state appearance.

285 Sopomore Nehemiah Lendobeja finished sixth in his first state appearance.

Other Friday consolation results:

175 #7 Brady Sprangers lost in the consolation round.

150 #14 Kolin DeGroot, Kaukauna, lost in the consolation round.

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By Dan Plutchak

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