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Nick Stemmet improved to 37-0 after recording three first-minute falls, including a 47 second pin against Oswego’s Aidan Griffin in the title match.
“Everything is pretty much going according to plan,” Nick Stemmet said. “It’s kind of hard since you have to be on top of your game when you get in a streak of winning handily, so you can’t take things for granted and let up in practice.”
And Ben Stemmet moved to 28-2 after pulling out a 6-4 victory over Minooka’s Drew Gutknecht in the finals.
“It was a match that I kind of was expecting to be tough,” Ben Stemmet said. “I would have liked to open up a little bit more and maybe widen the gap. It’s good to get back on the mat after taking a few weeks off with a little shoulder injury.”
Butts lost 8-4 to Joliet Central’s Tony Toledo in his title match.
Oswego had three finalists, Derek Torza (145), Cole Pradel (170) and Aidan Griffin (195).
Torza lost 9-1 to Plainfield East’s Barry Stevenson, Pradel dropped a 12-7 decision to Plainfield Central’s Mathieu Arsenault and Griffin was pinned by Nick Stemmet.
Taking third for the Panthers was Zach Sato (138) while Logan Guerrero (120) and Andrew Johnson (152) were fourth.
Oswego East was led by Evan Brauer (132), who took third, and Daniel Thomas (138), who finished fourth.