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It all came down to believing in the hard work, dedication, and results that he had put in over the last three years as a part of the Luxemburg-Casco High School varsity wrestling team.
Reece Worachek was a fifth-place finisher at 160 pounds in 2018, but after that, Worachek had his sights focused toward the top of the podium.
““I wanted to win really bad after last year,” Worachek said. “Just worked hard all summer and came here. “I expected to win.”
There’s nothing wrong with betting on yourself, but the path to the 170-pound state championship was no easy ride for junior Reece Worachek this past weekend.
Luxemburg-Casco qualified five individuals to the WIAA state wrestling tournament, the second most in Division 2, but Worachek was the only wrestler to win his sectional bracket, meaning he was able to take Thursday off unlike his teammates.
Worachek entered the state tournament at a record of 40-5, which made him one of four competitors out of 12 in his bracket who went into the tournament with at least 40 wins. Two of those four were eliminated on Thursday night, before Worachek even put on his headgear.
Worachek’s first-round match was against the same opponent who ended his state run last year in the fifth-place match, William Waldofski of Barron. Worachek didn’t let the pressure get to him and handled his opening match with poise, advancing to the semifinals with a 3-2 tiebreaker victory.
In the semifinals, Worachek topped Jared Toenjes of Ellsworth in an instant classic that required an ultimate tie breaker, a match that lasted almost eight-and-a-half minutes long, where Worachek punched his ticket to the state finals, 6-5, with a late escape.
Exhausted, thrilled, and optimistic, Worachek’s focus wasn’t the slightest blurred.
“I knew that if I wanted to get to the state finals, I had to keep pushing and get the escape,” said Worachek. “I knew I was pretty good at the bottom, not many guys want me down, I knew I was going to get out.”
Worachek got out and got into the state finals against Spooner/Webster’s Chase Melton. Melton, a two-time state qualifier, had similar goals to Worachek. After failing to wrestle on Saturday night in the 160-pound bracket, he was focused on the top of the podium. It was really a matter of who wanted it more.
“I knew he was pretty good, and I was just going to have to stay in good position,” said Worachek. “I knew if I was going to win, I was going to have to get some turns. You can’t just win on the bottom and with your feet all the time. You have to get some bonus points on top.”
Bonus points on top is exactly what Worachek got, as he got the match in his control early and never looked back. The Luxemburg-Casco junior won the 40th state championship in school history and the first of his career.
“He had his goal sheet
this year,” L-C head coach Chas Treml said. “One of his goals on there was to
be a state champ, and he wasn’t going to let anything get in the way of that
this year. I think he met those goals and then some.”
After Worachek won his title, he ran to the nearest tunnel, where he was met by his coaching staff and senior teammate Bryce Bosman, who had just lost career at the Kohl Center for the first time in his.
“Wrestling is an individual sport but that just shows you how much of a team we are,” said Treml. “Our guys are going to root for everybody on the team because we’ve all worked so hard through the year. That shows you what type of kid Bryce is. That’s a big deal.”
Worachek looks to defend his state title in his senior campaign after posting an impressive 43-5 record to go along with his state title as a junior.