por cuanto tiempo dura el efecto de la viagra see url online economic times newspaper india manhattan thesis go here source que tan bueno es sildenafil speech pathology websites here charles lamb essays of elia analysis odra opole herbal viagra ending essays conclusion dissertation funding population http://go.culinaryinstitute.edu/how-to-delete-all-unread-emails-on-iphone-ios-11/ free mba dissertation examples pourquoi le viagra watch enter gelato al viagra https://preventinjury.pediatrics.iu.edu/highschool/apa-research-papers-on-bipolar-disorder/14/ nurse essay example a short report example write your own essay creative writing program philippines example of hyphothesis download viagra song source url two fast food restaurants essay viagra stockist glasgow essays biological perspective https://shepherdstown.info/conclusion/free-essay-on-why-marijuana-should-be-legal/17/ sample resume for hair salon receptionist By Alex Strouf, Comet correspondent

MADISON — Jack Severin has won Kewaunee its first individual state wrestling title since 2008.

Severin beat Wrightstown’s Kaiden Koltz in the division 2, 126-pound state championship at the 77th annual WIAA State Individual Wrestling Tournament in Madison on Saturday (Feb. 29), 6-3.

“It’s the best feeling in the world,” Severin said. “It just means so much, knowing all the hours you put in and, to just be able to come out on top is an amazing feeling.”

This comes after the junior placed fourth in division 3 in 2019 and fifth at 120 pounds in 2018.

“Just my work ethic and just learning from my mistakes and just getting better every time I can,” Severin said on the change from the past two trips to Madison to this one.

Severin stayed at 126 pounds in 2020, but unlike his weight, the division he wrestled in changed as Kewaunee’s enrollment increased.

Severin says the change in competition isn’t noticeable once you arrive at the state tournament, but he definitely heard the speculation.

“I heard all year, ‘Oh, you are going to D2, you are not going to do anything, you are going to struggle,” Severin said. “I just wanted to prove them all wrong.”

Severin joins Mark Steinhorst and James Malechek as the school’s only state champions. Severin’s title is the first since Malechek’s in 2008, and Steinhorst won his in 1980.

“We’re not a big wrestling school, it means so much to represent my school and my community and come out on top,” Severin said. “Their support for me is amazing.”

A closeup from the group shot of the 2020 Division 2 state champs (top) includes Jack Severin, front row left, Lucas Joniaux, along with Reece Worachek, back row left, and 195 champ Tyler Hannah of Prairie du Chien.

Severin finished the season with a record of 47-3 and was ranked No. 1 for a majority of the season, according to WIWrestling.com. Despite all of that, Severin still knows there was doubt.

“It just fuels my fire. Gives me something to work harder every day and push me forward to be a state champion.”

Severin will look to repeat in 2021 and become Kewaunee’s first two-time champion.

JONIAUX BREAKS STREAK,

WORACHEK WINS SECOND TITLE

Reece Worachek wasn’t going to let his senior season end on a sour note. The reigning state champion was on a mission all season long, and Saturday’s 182-pound state championship match was a testament to that mindset.

Worachek matched up with Belmont/Platteville’s Will Schaefer and took care of business. Holding a 3-0 lead entering the third period, Worachek took Schaefer down just 21 seconds into the period, putting it out of reach. Worachek would win his second straight state championship, 7-2.

“I was just expecting to win going into the match,” Worachek said. “I just have had a lot of confidence in myself and how I’ve been wrestling this year, so I was just ready for the match.”

“He’s confident,” said head coach Chas Treml. “He knows exactly what his game plan is, and he doesn’t change it up for anybody.”

The UW-Parkside commit finished the season 48-1 and the last two years a combined 91-6.

Worachek’s classmate Lucas Joniaux had placed fourth at state in each of his freshman, sophomore, and junior campaigns. This year, though, it was on final ride.

Joniaux finally launched himself to the state title match after a 1-0 decision over Prairie Du Chien’s Matt Rogge on Friday night after three tries.

He took advantage of the opportunity he’s waited all four years for.

Joniaux topped Two Rivers’ Bailey Thelen for the third straight week after facing off at both the Denmark regional two weeks ago and the Oconto Falls sectional last week. The third time was not the charm for Thelen, who granted Joniaux his first state championship with a 3-1 decision.

“It’s so great to finally get it,” Joniaux said. “All the hard work is finally paying off. Trusting the process and the practice and working in the summer.”

Joniaux finished the season 47-5, with his final loss coming on the first day of February. His state title came on the final day of the extended month, in which he went 9-1.

“Everything just clicked this summer and came back into the season,” said Joniaux. “Beating all these guys that have beaten me in the past, everything just went all at once.”

Treml explained that Joniaux’s jump from a three-time fourth-placewinner to state champion was all through tweaking small things.

“The biggest thing was his attacks on his feet. He’s worked really hard on that and he’s continued to develop,” Treml said. “It was just a little piece of the puzzle that he kept trying to work on … For Lucas, it’s been just a complete puzzle that he put together and finally figured out.”

Treml attributes the duo’s success to growth throughout their four years as Spartans.

“It speaks to the character of those two guys. To see those two guys come in as freshmen and get us over that hump to get back to team state, place at team state, then win at team state, and now to see them get all of their individual accolades,” Treml said. “They put in the time, they put in all the effort.”
“To see it all come to an end with an exclamation point.”

Exclamation point, indeed.

ALMOST HISTORY

This is only the second time as many as three wrestlers in Kewaunee County schools won state championships. In 2008, four wrestlers won state titles: Kewaunee’s James Malachek and Luxemburg-Casco’s Zac Cibula, Nick Lloyd, and Justin Mudlaff.

Earlier story

Three high school wrestlers from Kewaunee County won state titles Saturday night (Feb. 29) in Madison.

Jack Severin of Kewaunee earned a 6-3 decision over Kaiden Koltz of Wrightstown to win the state championship at 126 pounds.

Lucas Joniaux of Luxemburg-Casco won his match 3-1 to earn the Division 2 state championship at 132 pounds.

And defending 170-pound champion Reece Worachek of L-C earned a second title, this time at 182, with a 7-2 decision over Will Schaefer of Belmont/Platteville.

Earlier in the day, in a rematch of their first-round contest, freshman Easton Worachek of Luxemburg-Casco wrestled Tommy Brown of Northwestern in the 106-pound Division 2 fifth-place match this morning. This time Worachek won, with a fall at 4:54.