From Tribune staff reports
It was Championship Saturday at the high school state wrestling tournament in Huntsville at the Von Braun Center.
Hewitt-Trussville senior Davis Perry won the 182-pound championship in Class 7A, winning by major decision over James Clemons’ Seth Bruder. Perry finished the season 25-0.
Perry also won an individual title last year.
Clay-Chalkville senior Austin Weldon defeated Carlos Miguel Figueroa of Homewood in the Class 6A 182-pound division to cap a 56-3 season. It was Figueroa’s second loss of the season.
Pinson Valley’s Cameron Hamby won the Class 6A 120-pound title by decision over Arab’s Seth Hyatt, 12-5. Hamby finished the year 39-7 by beating Hyatt (64-6). Hamby’s win helped lead the Indians to a fifth-place finish overall in Class 6A.
Hewitt-Trussville’s Heath Williamson came up just short, losing in the 7A, 120-pound title bout to Carlos Andres of Tuscaloosa County in a 7-5 decision.
Several other wrestlers from the schools placed.