Defending champion Kasson-Mantorville coasted in the Class AA state finals Thursday, dismantling Worthington in the quarterfinals and Foley in the semifinals.
The KoMets left no doubt in the finals, either. They rolled to a second consecutive state title, blasting Simley 45-18 in the finals.
K-M has won three Class AA titles in the last five seasons. But this K-M team was by far the most dominant. The KoMets never were truly tested in 2016-17.
"We have kids who fight, at every single weight," K-M senior Brady Berge said. "I think that's the difference. We pick each other up and we fight, and that's every single person in our room."