Dylan Ingram

Camas' Dylan Ingram lets out a yell after defeating Tahoma's Dagen Kramer in their 4A 220-pound state title on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017. (Patrick Hagerty/for The Columbian)

Posted: February 20, 2017

TACOMA — Three different wrestlers. Three different schools. Three different physiques.

They now have one thing in common — state champion.

Ethan Rotondo, James Rogers, and Dylan Ingram spanned the spectrum of the wrestlers at the Mat Classic state championships Saturday.

The three Clark County wrestlers reached where every competitor at the Tacoma Dome wanted to get, the top of the podium.

Rotondo, a senior from Union, won his second state title in two years when he captured the 120-pound crown.

Rogers, a sophomore from Battle Ground, completed an undefeated season by winning the 160-pound championship.

Ingram, a Camas senior who won a state football title in the Tacoma Dome in December, added the 220-pound state title to his trophy case.

“It didn’t feel real back then and this still doesn’t feel real, like I have a couple more matches to wrestle,” Ingram said.

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