Four Kemmerer wrestlers earn All-State honors

The Kemmerer Ranger wrestlers earned fourth place at the 2A state tournament over the weekend in Casper. The Rangers also placed four wrestlers on this season's All-State roster. Wrestlers who made it to the state championship match earn All-State recognition. 

Sophomore Dawson Schramm earned first place in the 120-pound class at the 2A State tournament in Casper. Schramm beat Niobrara County senior William Fish to claim the state title. This is the second year in a row Schramm has been a state champion, and the second year in a row he has earned All-State honors. Schramm's record this season was 43–5.

Junior Donny Proffit won the state championship match in the 138-pound division this season — for the third year in a row. Proffit beat Parker Seeley of Moorcroft in the championship match. Proffit's undefeated season of 51–0 earned him All-State honors for the third year in a row.

Junior Hayden Walker defended his state championship in the 170-pound class this season, beating Moorcroft's Parker Schlater to earn first place again. Walker had a season record of 46-2 to earn All-State for the second year in a row. 

Junior Carson Carlson fought Cokeville's Lochlyn Teichert in the 132-pound championship match at state. Carlson came in second and earned All-State honors with his 31-15 record this season.

Read the March 1 Gazette for more results and photos from the 2A state wrestling tournament. 

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