DETROIT — Mayville senior Logan LaBean and Millington sophomores Jack Sherman and Hunter Norris had all-state finishes at the Division 3 and 4 individual wrestling state finals held over the weekend.
LaBean (46-5), a heavyweight and returning all-stater after a seventh-place finish last year, took third place to secure the second-best finish in Mayville program history behind last year’s state title won by Wildcats’ alumn Jackson Schenk.
The top eight wrestlers at each weight class are considered as all-state.
LaBean won his first match by fall in 2:18, his second match by fall in 2:35, and after an 8-4 semifinal loss, won his final two matches by the scores of 6-1 and 3-1 respectively.
Sherman (43-8) was third at 112 pounds and Norris (42-7) was sixth at 119 in Division 3 for the Cardinals.
Sherman won his first match by technical fall before dropping a 6-0 quarterfinal decision that dropped him into the consolation bracket. He then proceeded to win his final four matches.
Norris won his first two matches by decision 9-7 and 16-6 before falling in the semifinals and in the match for fifth and sixth place.
Competing at the state finals but failing to place were Caro’s John Botkins (140) and Garrett Stoick (145) in Division 3, Vassar’s Zach Goss (130) and Steven Jackson (140) in Division 4. Stoick (40-13) went 2-2, Botkins (46-8) and Goss (35-7) both went 1-2 and Jackson (40-10) finished 0-2.