Arrowhead high school graduate wins world championship for wrestling
UFA, Russia (CBS 58) -- Arrowhead high school graduate Keegan O'Toole won a Freestyle Wrestling Junior World Championship on Wednesday, Aug. 18.
O'Toole beat a wrestler from Kazakhstan for the gold medal Wednesday morning in Russia. He won in the 74kg division, which is about 162 pounds.
The soon-to-be sophomore at Missouri is a four-time Wisconsin state champion, a national High School Wrestler of the Year, an NCAA All American his freshman year at Missouri, and now a world champion.
O'Toole ran around the mat with an American flag following his win on Wednesday.
Junior World Champion Keegan O’Toole pic.twitter.com/G1Ez5hxMCc— Brian Smith (@mutigerstyle) August 18, 2021
74 kg: After the review, O'Toole awarded two sets of exposure in the scramble. 11-0 win, Keegan O'Toole WORLD CHAMPION ? #WrestleUfa— USA Wrestling (@USAWrestling) August 18, 2021