Waterloo senior JJ Diven completed a season of perfection on Saturday night when he won the Division III 138-pound wrestling state championship.
He becomes the school's second-ever state title winner, joining Josh Allen from the 1995 season.
Diven defeated Archbold's Logan Day for the title in a close 3-2 decision.
The Vikings' standout finishes the season with a perfect 50-0 record.
Rootstown junior Travis Linton won the Division III state championship at 170 pounds on Saturday night.
Linton becomes the school's second-ever state champion, following in his brother Garrett's footsteps from last season.
Linton won a 3-2 decision over Fostoria's Troy Reynolds (41-7).
Linton finishes the year with a 44-3 record, with his last loss coming at the Ironman Tournament.
Rootstown senior Jake Moore (220 pounds) became the third Portage County wrestler of the night to win a state championship, earning a 10-4 decision over Corey Ginn of West Jefferson.
Moore becomes just the third-ever Rootstown wrestler to win a state final and made it the first time in school history that they had two in the same year win a state title.