Cheyenne, WY (KGWN)- Central High School had five wrestlers finish in the top 3 at the East Regional in Sheridan, Wyoming.
Bryce Meredith was the top finisher at 138lbs and now he begins his final preparations for a run at the state championship.
""It's going to be so special," Meredith said. "I mean it has been the goal forever. I've never thought about not winning the 4 titles.
"It'll be a pretty big setback if I do lose this. So, I'm excited for it."
At 132lbs, there is a lot of excitement and hopefulness that Brody Cress from East and Nathan Parris from East will meet again at the state tournament.
"There will be a lot of emotion," Parris said. "That'll be huge for me. Thats what I'm kinda drilling for. trying to get ready for that and he's been beating me by a little less."
"They've been getting closer (the matches) and the last two times we've wrestled they have been one point matches so I am really hoping I am able to get that win and it'd be awesome."
Head coach Bryce Leonhardt knows it will take a lot of work to get that highly anticipated rematch.
"We got to get there first," Leonhardt said. "His (Parris') side of the bracket has a handful of guys. If we aren't ready to go on that side of the bracket, we don't have to worry about Cress because we wont even by in that match."