The 1A state wrestling tournament ended Saturday with Panguitch picking up its first state title in 20 years.
The Bobcats were followed by Rich in second place and Piute in third.
Leading the Thunderbirds was McKray Gayler (120), who pinned Rich’s Corgin Conk in the finals to claim an individual championship.
Jax Coburn (132) also took home individual gold for Piute, pinning Panguitch’s Korbin Atkin in the finale.
Porter Trapp (195) provided Piute’s third individual gold medal, picking up a decision win over Tintic’s Chance Atwood.
Ricardo Pena (106) nabbed second place for Piute at the tournament, as did Hunter Leggett (138).
Lincoln Trapp (152) earned third place to help the T-birds.
Monty Morrison (126) and Bryan Hurtado (182) both wrestled their way to fourth for Piute at the tournament.
Wayne High School’s team placed fifth in the tournament.
Jacob Oldroyd (220) picked up his second individual title — the only one for Wayne — in a hard fought fall against Panguitch’s Wade Christensen.
Daniel Ayala (285) also made it to the final round for Wayne, but was unable to overcome Milford’s Ike Keller. He took second.
Jace Edwards (145), Aaron Saunders (106) and Kolt Pace (126) grappled their way to third place finishes for Wayne.
Racye Jeffery (113), Jesse Peterson (120) and Marcus Wilson (138) each earned fourth place at the tourney.