106 — Joey Harrison, Omaha Burke (50-0) vs. Blake Jackson, Millard South (44-6): Harrison has two first-period pins this season over Jackson, a freshman who got to the finals with an ultimate tiebreaker win.
120 — Kobe Paczosa-Hall, Columbus (42-8), vs. Wesley Dawkins, Lincoln High (41-0): Paczosa-Hall made the 113 final last year in a bracket where returning champion Dawkins was upset in the quarterfinals. Dawkins beat him 8-6 last week in the district final.
132 — Otis Rollins, Omaha North (39-6) vs. James Burks, Omaha Burke (48-3): This title stays in the family between these brothers. Burks is 2-0 against his older brother.
138 — Isaac DeLoa, Millard South (51-0), vs. Jonathan Killingsworth, Lincoln Southeast (46-0): The only match that pairs undefeated returning champions. They never have met in high school competition. DeLoa is trying to be the 26th four-time champion.
152 — Connor Fox, Omaha Burke (51-2) vs. Caleb Licking, Norfolk (38-1): The all-time victory leaders at their schools are also returning champions. Licking's loss was 9-2 to Fox at the Flatwater Fracas.
220 — Alex Cloyd, Millard South (52-0), vs. Nick Pray, Omaha Creighton Prep (48-2): Cloyd pinned Pray — one of his record 49 this season — in the second period of their Metro Conference final.
106 —Walker Moore, Blair (42-4) vs. Trevor Fauver, Gretna (49-3): Moore is coming off a 9-5 win over previously unbeaten Trey Arellano of Sidney. Fauver has two decisions this season against fellow sophomore Moore as they are 1-2 in the coaches' ratings.
138 — Bailey Vanderpool, Omaha Skutt (22-0) vs. Josh Velasquez, Bennington (463): Vanderpool goes for his second title after beating top-ranked Ben Rodriguez of Scottsbluff in the semifinals. He won state as a freshman. Velasquez has not faced him this season.
145 — Bill Adusei, Boys Town (35-0), vs. Marc Zeckser, Adams Central (44-1): Zeckser is undefeated against Class B competition. Adusei is bidding for his third title — the first two were won in Virginia — and he's wrestled in state finals every year.
152 — Derek Robb, Sidney (39-1), vs. Billy Higgins, Omaha Skutt (44-3): In this match of sophomores ranked 1 and 2, respectively, Robb goes for his second title.
182 — Trevor Walton, Boys Town (20-2), vs. Trevor Nichelson, Asland-Greenwood (420): Nichelson's bid for a second title comes against last year's 195-pound state champion in Maine. Nichelson beat him 10-2 at the Boys Town Duals two weeks ago.
113 — Max Hughes, Syracuse (46-3), vs. Evan Waddington, Wood River (54-0): Waddington, a freshman, took out a defending champion, Jordan Kelber of Valentine, with a 12-5 semifinal win. Hughes was last year's Class B 106 champion. A 1-vs.-2 ratings match.
126 — Eric Pacheco, Kearney Catholic (41-5), vs. Wyatt Phillips, David City (28-0): Phillips is top-ranked and a defending champion. He's also one of four finalists for the Scouts. Pacheco is on a 20-match winning streak.
160 — Morgen Valentine, David City (41-6), vs. Zach Borer, North Bend (56-1): Valentine came in ranked third and has not faced Borer, who would be the first to win 57 matches in a season.
195 — Derek Tachvosky, Wilber-Clatonia (502), vs. Matthew Kindler, David City Aquinas (43-0): A rematch of a district final that Kindler won 18-2. He's looking for a repeat title and possibly help the Monarchs to a runner-up team trophy
126 — Christian Miller, Plainview (36-1) vs. Garret Zimmerer, Creighton (38-6): Miller's bid for a third title as a junior sends him against Zimmerer, who won a Class D title last year at 120. Miller's pin in the district final was his second of the season against his conference rival.
132 — Connor Donscheski, Palmer (50-5) vs. Cameron Riggs, North Platte St. Patrick's (46-0): Riggs is 90-0 in his career as he tries to get halfway to four titles. Donscheski also is a sophomore.
160 — Zemua Baptista, Friend (43-0), vs. Noah Rutjens, Elkhorn Valley (42-3): Baptista is in the finals for the fourth time and seeking his third title before going to Iowa State.
170 — Chris Petersen, Elkhorn Valley (42-3) vs. Jacob Klingelhoefer, Amherst (44-4): Petersen beat Klingelhoefer 4-2 at the Neligh-Oakdale Invitational. This could decide the team championship.