Kluver became Sandpoint's first state champion in 1981. A three time state placer, Kluver's exploits didn't stop at Sandpoint; he would go on to capture the NJCAA National Title for North Idaho College.
Taylor dominated his way to 99-consecutive wins, included in that streak were three state title and three Tri State titles. Taylor would go on to capture Idaho's first-ever Asics Junior National title. He competed for perennial national power Minnesota Golden Golphers where he was consistently ranked among the nation's top collegiate competitors
Lawrence became Sandpoint's first four-time state champion. During his incredible high school career, he captured three Tri State titles and placed second at the Reno Tournament of Champions (considered to be the toughest high school tournament in the nation.) Lawrence went on to compete for the University of Minnesota and their 2001 record-setting National Championship team where he earned NCAA All American honors.
A fierce competitor, Garner was a four-time state placer, two-time finalist and Tri State champion. He became Sandpoint's fourth ever state champion in 1994.
Crawford may have had the most exciting come-from-behind victories in the history of Idaho state championship matches. With less then ten seconds remaining, Crawford inverted his opponent for five points, securing a one-point victory. Crawford would go on to compete for the University of Southern Colorado where he would win an NWCA National Title.
Jared "JL" ranks among the best high school wrestlers ever produced by Idaho. A four-time state champion, Lawrence never lost a high school match--133-0! Included in those victories were four Tri-State titles and two Reno Tournament of Champion titles. Lawrence went on to compete for the University of Minnesota where he was a member of two National Championship teams, a four time All American, and Idaho's first ever Division I National Champion!
A four-time placer, two-time champion, Larson was an explosive competitor who secured over 30-pins his senior year. In 1996, Larson needed less than a minute to pin his opponent in the finals of Tri State to help the Bulldogs capture their first Tri State title.
Four time placer, two-time finalist, Walkington earned his state title in 1995 in an epic battle againts long time nemisis Billy Green of Lewiston. Walkington, the consumate worker, was a key ingredient to three consecutive Bulldog team titles.
The consummate learner, Quinn's rise through the Idaho state tournament formed a perfect arc. Quinn finished 4th as a freshman, 3rd as a sophomore, 2nd as a junior, and concluded his high school career with a state title as a senior.
Foresman transferred to Sandpoint his senior year and won his first state title (2001) while competing for the nationally-ranked Bulldogs. In addition to winning a Tri State title for the Dogs, Foresman would go on to compete for (and graduate from) NCAA DI program West Point.
Rosholt became one of the most prolific wrestlers in Idaho history when he captured three state titles, a Junior National Title (Outstanding Wrestler Award), and a Senior National title. A three time Tri State champion, Rosholt was ranked by Intermat as the nation's top recruit for 2001. He would go on to compete for Oklahoma State University where he would be a four-time All American--winining three NCAA DI National titles!
Despite moving following his sophomore year, Jared captured 4-state titles (2x Sandpoint; 2x Ponca City, OK). Jared earned three DI All American honors, including becoming one of the winningest upper-weight wrestlers, while competing for Oklahoma State University.
A three-time state finalist, Cates help to propel the 2003 underdog Bulldogs to a third consecutive state championship. Cates would win a Tri State title followed by a state title in dominate fashion--despite having a completely broken collar bone.
A three-time state placer and 2002 state champion, Ross brought an uncanny demeanor to the mat. The Cadet All American assumed a calm disposition regardless of the situation.
A three time state placer, Chris earned his state title with a hard fought win over teammate and brother Luke in the historic 2002 state finals. Chris would go on to compete for both Jamestown and Portland State.
A breath and a brother away from becoming Sandpoint's second ever four-time state champion, Luke was a four-time finalist and three-time champion. His lone loss in his four state finals appearances came to the hands of his brother, Chris. Luke would go on to compete for the Stanford Cardinal where he would earn three NCAA DI tournament appearances.
An explosive competitor, Hook ranks high among Sandpoint's best. A multiple-time Greco Roman All American, Hook captured three state titles and Tri State titles before competing for Oregon State University where he was a four time DI national qualifier.
Morris burst on to the scene in 2007 by claiming a heart-pounding state title, securing the win with an overtime takedown. In addition to claiming a state title, Morris finished third at Tri State and placed in the Sierra Nevada Classic--despite having limited wrestling experience.
Fio dominated his way to a state title (2005) before suffering a knee injury as a junior. As a senior, the nationally-ranked competitor once again dominated the field en-route to capturing his second state title. A three time Tri State finalist (2x champion) Fio would go on to compete for the University of Oklahoma. During his three seasons at UO, Fio was a 3x NCAA Division I national qualifier.
Despite having no club experience, Meschko knocked off a multitude of state champions his senior year on his way to a dominating performance in 2007. The two-time state placer, also placed in nationally ranked tournaments such as Tri State and Sierra-Nevada.
After finishing 3rd as a freshman, Randles reeled off three consecutive state title (two at Sandpoint and one at CDA). During that span, Randles claimed a pair of Tri State titles and an NHSCA Senior National title, collecting more than 90-consecutive victories on his way to earning several national rankings.