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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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