And a four-year high school career that might never be matched in these parts.
He became the 11th Pennsylvania wrestler to win four state titles (Solanco’s Thomas Haines became No. 12 Saturday a few bouts after Chance). He is the fifth wrestler in state history to win four title while going undefeated. And his 166-0 record is tops among those five grapplers.
The Farmboy Phenom has sure lived up to his billing in eighth-grade, when his junior high coach Don Scarborough called him “a LeBron James of wrestling.”
If you haven’t yet, check out GameTimePA’s exclusive, interactive look at Chance’s career, including a breakdown of all 166 victories.
And keep reading to check out videos and photo galleries from throughout Chance’s career ….
Watch Chance’s entire 2014 PIAA championship match:
Chance talks about what Cary Kolat meant to his career:
Chance accepts his third AAA Outstanding Wrestler award:
Highlights of his 2014 PIAA semifinal match:
Highlights of his 2014 first-round District 3 match:
Analysis: What makes Chance so good?
Flashback: Chance goes undefeated as a freshman: