ST. PAUL – There was no doubt in Princeton senior wrestler Tyler Wells’ mind who was going to win between him and Marshall’s Dylan Louwagie in the Minnesota State High School League’s Class AA state individual championship match at 132-pounds on Saturday, March 4, at the Xcel Center.
“Every time I step out on the mat, I tell myself I am the best in the world, so I knew I was going to win that match, just how badly was I going to win,” said Wells.
Wells, of course, was right as the senior wrestler claimed his fourth state title, dominating Louwagie to a 19-7 victory by major decision. The victory closed an undefeated season for Wells at 38-0
The senior Princeton product winning his fourth title caught nobody by surprise. For Wells, he starts the season rolling and never stops until he is crowned champ, said coach Brian Hellman. Continue reading at hometownsource.com →