WWCC Wrestling Commits RSHS’ Three-Time State Champion Cameron Metcalf

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ROCK SPRINGS — Western Wyoming Community College wrestling announced Saturday morning that Rock Springs High School senior, Cameron Metcalf, committed to become a Mustang for the next two years.

Metcalf, who is a three-time 4A state champion, brings an added value to the Mustangs that will only strengthen WWCC’s efforts to win a championship.

“We are very excited about Cam,” head coach Art Castillo said. “He is a winner and brings a strong work ethic to the team. Cam is a young man who knows what he wants and is not afraid to achieve his goals, that’s exciting!”

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Metcalf finished his career at RSHS earning his third state championship in the 138 pound weight class. Adding to the championships, Metcalf posted an impressive 158-30 record with the Tigers.

The Mustangs finished eighth in the 2019 NJCAA Wrestling Championship and placed three wrestlers in the process. Metcalf will join a successful and play an important role in adding his talents.