SALEM, Va. (WDBJ) -- The Salem Civic Center was a packed house this weekend for the VHSL state wrestling championships. Mats wall to wall, for three classes of competition.
Cave Spring's Kip Nininger in some second round action, taking on Kaden Wagner out of Rockbridge in the 132-pound weight class.
It took all of two minutes and 59-seconds for the two time state champ to prove his moves with the pin, hoping all the extra work this year will result in a third straight state title.
"More combination wrestling, putting three, four, five moves together instead of just shooting one shot or something. It means a lot to me honestly, as much work as I've put into it, it's good to get something out of it," Nininger said. "It's a good feeling to win a state title so it's all worth it. My goal ever since I've been a little kid is to win four state titles, so you gotta win three before you can win four so that's the plan."