Mulvane’s Anthony Scantlin became a three-time state champion Saturday by winning the 152-pound championship in the Class 4A tournament in Salina.
Scantlin defeated Pratt’s Nick Lucas 5-0 to complete a 42-0 season.
A senior, Scantlin started his run of championships with a 132-pound crown in 2015, then followed it up with the 145-pound title last year.
Anthony Capul of Andale successfully defended his 195-pound championship with a 3-2 victory over Bonner Springs’ Sean Singleton, but the Indians lost their team lead from Friday and finished third.
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At 113 pounds, Maize South’s Jayson West got his second victory over Clearwater’s Darryl Rylant to capture the championship. West won Saturday’s match 3-1 after defeating Rylant in last week’s regional final.
Dylan Pelland of Pratt finished 29-2 and won at 120 pounds, defeated Colby’s Tate Carney 7-2.
Austin Eldredge of McPherson beat Andale’s Zach Eck 7-6 in the 138-pound final.
El Dorado’s Dacota Motter (33-1) beat Holton’s Tyler Price 7-0 at 170 pounds.