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  1. […] Riley Moses went wire to wire as the top ranked 285 in class C this year. He was a state qualifier as a sophomore and finished in 3rd place as a junior. As has been the theme with many of the state champs in class C, Moses got plenty of offseason mat time in. He was a member of the Disney Dual team over the summer and also wrestled AAU State and Midwest Classic. His only losses this year were to the Class B 2nd and 3rd place wrestlers. His road to a state tiel was not an easy one. After his first round win by fall he won in the tiebreaker rounds over eventual third place finisher Hale. In the semifinals he won 3-0 over fourth place finisher Drake. In the finals against Winnebago’s Prosper Gilpin, Moses used a quick reversal in the second period to take a 2-0 lead and rode Gilpin out the rest of the period. Moses won the match 2-1 to capture the state title. He ends his career with 175 wins and 132 pins. He will be walking on to UNL to play football for the Huskers next year. Semifinals interview […]

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