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"This is clearly the toughest weight class in the WPIAL tournament. There are eight guys who can go with anybody in the WPIAL. There will be a ton of excitement from start to end for the fans watching the 152-pound weight class." Marc Billett
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"I was surprised that we didn't see anybody moving away from 152 to either 145 or 160. With such a talented and deep weight class, there are always kids moving away. Not this time. We even had kids moving into this weight class." Marc Billett
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"I thought we wrestled pretty well. I felt we needed a win in one of those first three matches. I knew it would be a tight match." Marc Billett
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"He's a favorite of the students. The kids like him and he really appreciated his chance. Words can't express the way he feels." Marc Billett
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"I told them to wrestle clean and no mistakes, and to concentrate on their strengths. Let it flow, and don't get tight. Be aggressive and create your own opportunities. I told then not to let up." Marc Billett
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"He wrestled a clean match. He didn't make a mistake. I don't know what to say. He's such a great person and he deserves the title." Marc Billett
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"We're getting the wrestlers ready for the battles at the end of the season. We're happy to make the playoffs. That's always a team goal. But we have some guys with bigger goals." Marc Billett
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"All along, we thought he was a talented kid. He made some changes in technique and got better as the year went on." Marc Billett
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