REPEAT MEETING: Green River freshman Cole Verner enacted a little payback on Cheyenne Central's Sammy Moody.
The junior duo became the first placewinners in school history with their finishes at the Wyoming State High School Championships at the Casper Events Center.
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4 0 decision in the quarterfinal round of the 106 pound bracket, but Verner got the last laugh with his 7 5 decision to claim third place.
Gillette built a 47.5 point lead over second place Sheridan heading into the championship final round.
Noble finished sixth at 145 pounds, while Dunn finished fourth at 160.
Lacasse, a Gillette sophomore, pinned McHenry in the opening round of the 132 pound bracket and then pinned McHenry again to take fifth place.
But by advancing into Saturday's placement matches, the Bison wrestlers accomplished something never before done at Cheyenne South.
CAMELS CLOSE DOOR: Gillette grabbed a combined five third and fifth place finishes to essentially put the wraps on a 10th straight team title.
"Maybe even double it," Noble said of South's placewinners. "It's really awesome to have at least one or two guys up there to share that feeling."
Noble surrendered a late takedown to NC's Wiley King in a 6 4 decision. And Dunn, who battled back from an early 4 0 deficit, lost an 8 7 overtime decision to Green River's Xavier Padilla.
The weekend didn't end exactly how Cade Noble and Cody Dunn wanted.
"It's the first time we both placed [at a tournament]," the younger Verner said. "Dad's happy."
Taven Bryan finished third at 220 after back and forth match with Green River's Justin Bayles. NC senior Wiley King scored a late takedown for a 6 4 decision against Cheyenne South's Cade Noble.
But Lacasse made a little quicker work the second time around. He only need 4:19 to pin McHenry for fifth, versus 5:29 in the first round.
"It means that I showed up," Dunn said of the significance of the placings. "And so did . my team."
KW, NC EACH GRAB A THIRD AND A FIFTH: Kelly Walsh and Natrona County each grabbed third and fifth place finishes on Saturday.
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"I just kind of thought that I've came too far to lose," Dunn said. "Why go down now? Why not fight?"
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Alex Lacasse (132), Carson Mock (170) and Jace Jacob (195) all finished fifth, while Jordan Fischer (152) and Taylor Bigelow (170) added third place finishes.
The Trojans' third came from sophomore Carlos Salazar at 120 pounds, via a 6 0 decision against NC's Michael Emery. Trojans' heavyweight Kaleb Clark added the fifth with a gritty 6 5 decision against Evanston's Ty Calladitto.
And it wasn't a bad day for the Verner family as a whole. Older brother Justin, a junior, finished fifth at 138.
The disappointment was that both had chances to close out their matches late, but couldn't quite finish the deal.
Cheyenne South sends two to the podium
Both should return next year, and Noble said the first step was getting that first guy on the podium.
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