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Miller goes out on top, Wartburg wins 3rd straight title

Jim Miller got carried out on the shoulders of his wrestling team.  The longtime Wartburg coach ended his career with a 10th overall team championship.

The Knights clinched the title during the morning session, finishing 21 points ahead of second place Elmhurst.

Wartburg also crowned one individual champion.  133 pounder Kenneth Anderson dominated his match picking up a 9-1 major decision over UW-Whitewater's Grant Sutter. Anderson won the title at 125 pound title last year.  Teammate Kodie Silvestri finished the night as the runner-up at 149 pounds.

Wartburg's team championship capped off a run of 3 straight.

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