P.J. Montgomery’s third trip to the Indiana state high school wrestling finals ended the same late Saturday night as his second trip had a year ago.
Saturday’s win was the third in three seasons for the Crown Point junior, just the 32nd Indiana high school wrestler to win three championships three times and still with a chance to become one of only eight four-time winners — one of whom is his older brother Alex, who wrestled for Griffith.
Jason Tsirtsis, who hasn’t lost a match since his freshman year, is now 128-2 for his career, while Montgomery finished his four-year South career 124-23.
“Wow. Oh my God,” Montgomery said after the final match. “I tried.”
Asked if Tsirtsis was the best he’d ever faced, Montgomery answered quickly.
“Yes, yes,” he said, “and probably the strongest too … the kid’s an animal.”
For Complete Article by Andy Amey, The Tribune-Star