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Nicodemus to step on state mat

February 14, 2013

Jason Nicodemus is Whitley County’s lone grappler to go to the state wrestling finals this weekend. Pictured, Nicodemus dumps Peru’s Erik Hobbs at the semi-state meet last Saturday. Post & Mail photo / Mark Parker

CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco senior Jason Nicodemus is going to end his season where dreams are made: at the state wrestling tournament in Indianapolis.

Nicodemus has already had a memorable season. Before adding a state trip to his resume, he won the NECC championship at 220 pounds and was also a sectional and regional champion.

This will be the first ‘Busco wrestler to advance to state in two years.

Currently, Nicodemus has a season record of 28-1. He suffered his first loss of the season at semi-state to eventual champ Fletcher Miller of Kokomo, ending up in third place at the tournament last Saturday.

In the first round of the state tournament, Nicodemus will face a wrestler who also only has one loss on the year.

First-round action for the state tournament will kick off at 6 p.m. Friday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. All other rounds take place Saturday.

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