Jarrett Jorgensen, Morgan

Mark Jones | For The Tribune Jarrett Jorgensen, Morgan High

The sophomore had one of the best matches the championship round when he defeated Juab’s Kalob Nybo 16-14 in overtime to win the 120-pound title. “I wanted to be more aggressive and keep the pace going,” Jorgensen said.

Gentry Warner, Juab

Mark Jones | For The Tribune Gentry Warner, Juab High

The senior was one of five Juab wrestlers to claim a state title. Warner won his third overall title with a pin of Carbon’s Casey Shiner at 132. “It feels pretty amazing,” he said. “It wasn’t my goal going into high school. I wanted to win four.”

Tanner Shields, Delta

Mark Jones | For The Tribune Tanner Shields, Delta High

The senior had one of the most impressive showings in the title round with a 19-4 technical fall victory over Grange Simpson of San Juan at 170. He also won a title as a sophomore. “It feels awesome,” he said. “All of the hard work paid off.”

Porter Fox, South Summit

Mark Jones | For The Tribune Porter Fox, South Summit High

The senior gained a state title at 285 with a 5-3 decision victory over Delta’s Bradden Davis. “Just do what I do,” Fox said. “Be offensive.”

6

The number of underclassmen who won a state title.

5

The number of individual titles won by Juab High, the team state champion.

12

The number of combined athletes from Juab and Delta that competed for state titles — six from each school.

16

The number of points needed by Morgan’s Jarrett Jorgensen to win the 120-pound title.