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Alex Aguirre '17 smiles at head coach Mark Reiland after winning the District 5 tournament to punch his ticket to the Iowa High School State Wrestling Championships.  (Feb. 11, 2017)

Alex Aguirre '17 smiles at head coach Mark Reiland after winning the District 5 tournament to punch his ticket to the Iowa High School State Wrestling Championships. (Feb. 11, 2017)

Leah Dusterhoft

Leah Dusterhoft

Alex Aguirre '17 smiles at head coach Mark Reiland after winning the District 5 tournament to punch his ticket to the Iowa High School State Wrestling Championships. (Feb. 11, 2017)

Alex Aguirre ’17

West Side Story: How have you done so far this season?

AA: I’d say I’ve done alright.

WSS: How have you improved from the beginning of the season or from last season?

AA: I think I’ve gotten more aggressive and have been able to finish my shots. Better on top than on bottom.

WSS: Who was the most challenging competitor you’ve faced?

AA: I can’t remember anybody specific.

WSS: Anybody who will challenge you at state?

AA: If I win the first match at state then I’ll have the number two kid to face.

WSS: How are you preparing for state?

AA: We have practice. Eating healthy and going to practice.

WSS: What’s your favorite wrestling move?

AA: I just like to get to the legs. Probably with a single then finish it from there.

WSS: What do you expect out of state?

AA: My goal is to place.

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