Ducato (106) finished, 28-2 and those only two losses came at the IWCOA Boys Open Class 3A State Championships, where he took fourth place.
Elon Rodriguez, Marian Central, sr.
Rodriguez (126) won the Class 2A state title with a 3-2 thriller after finishing as runner-up in 2020. Rodriguez (25-0) will wrestle at Triton Junior College.
Nik Jimenez, Marian Central, jr.
Jimenez (132) won the IWCOA Class 2A state title in a 4-0 match a year after finishing as an IHSA state runner-up in Class 1A at Harvard. He finished this season 25-0.
Chris Moore, Marian Central, so.
Moore (138) took his only loss in the state championship match and finished 16-1 but was a big part of the Hurricanes winning the state team title.
Jeremy Jakowitsch, Huntley, sr.
Jakowitsch (138) finished third in Class 3A and was 29-2 for the season. He also had placed third in the IHSA Class 3A State Tournament in 2020.
Dillon Carlson, Crystal Lake Central, jr.
Carlson (145) won the Class 2A third-place match at state to finish the season 24-2. He was one of three Tigers to medal in the state tournament.
Brody Hallin, McHenry, jr.
Hallin (152) was unbeaten heading into the Class 3A state tournament, and although he took two losses there, he finished fourth and was 31-2 for the season.
Scott Burke, Marian Central, sr.
Burke (152) finished his high school career with a pin in the third-place match. He was 22-4 for the state champion Hurricanes and will wrestle at NCAA Division III Loras.
Caden Ernd, Crystal Lake Central, sr.
Ernd (170) battled back from a knee injury in time to make his run to the state title, which he won in a 1-0 decision. Ernd (13-0) will wrestle at Illinois.
Dylan Connell, Marian Central, sr.
Connell (182) ended his career with four individual state titles, three in IHSA tournaments and this year’s in the IWCOA tournament. He won the title match, 9-1, to finish 24-0 for the season. He will wrestle at Illinois.
KT Sivertsen, Crystal Lake South, sr.
Sivertsen (182) won the Class 2A state tournament third-place match by a pin. He finished his season at 18-4. He was 8-1 in FVC matches.
Julian Ryerson, Crystal Lake Central, sr.
Ryerson (195) won his last two matches by pins to take the third-place match at the state tournament. Ryerson finished 21-7 for the season.
Ryan Golnick, Jacobs, sr.
Golnick (220) narrowly missed a medal at last year’s Class 3A state tournament. He was not denied this time, as he won his last two matches by decisions to grab third place. He was 26-5.
Brock Wood, Richmond-Burton, jr.
Wood (220) won the Class 1A state title with a 5-2 decision. Wood (22-1) juggled baseball and wrestling through the months of May and June and made it work. He started for a 25-6 baseball team and finished with a state title in wrestling.