Senator Huffman recognizes the Mechanicsburg High School wrestling team as 2017 Division III State Champions on the Senate floor.
COLUMBUS—State Senator Matt Huffman (R-Lima) today presented a resolution recognizing the Mechanicsburg High School wrestling team for winning the 2017 Division III State Championship.

"I am honored to recognize such an outstanding group of young men," said Huffman. "Their discipline and hard work is paving the way to a bright future and I look forward to hearing of their future success." 

Huffman also presented a resolution to senior, Kaleb Romero, who won the Division III State Wrestling Championship this year, marking his fourth consecutive state title.
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