Brophy Prep's Luke Jacobs looks to steal state wrestling spotlight
Everybody is anticipating Tucson Sunnyside senior Roman Bravo-Young will break the state record for consecutive wins during the state wrestling championships that begin Thursday.
He is two away from breaking former Glendale Deer Valley champion Jacob Swift's record of 179 consecutive wins, accomplished from 2013-16. Bravo-Young, seeking his fourth consecutive state title and second in a row in the 132-pound weight class, is at 178. He has never lost in his high school career and is 47-0 this season.
But a lot of eyes will be on the Division I 160-pound weight class, where Chandler senior... read more
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