Trigg County wrestler Jeremiah Kline finished seventh at the Kentucky State Wrestling Tournament Saturday and became the first Wildcat wrestler in over 30 years to place at the event.
Kline lost in the second round of Friday's competition in the 113-pound class but battled back through the consolation round, earning a pin of Boyle County's Lucas McCain to take seventh place.
The last Trigg wrestler to place at state was his coach, Ralph Stevens, who won a state title in 1982.
Aaron Stevens went 2-2 at the meet and just missed the medal round by one match. He finished the season with a record of 48-4, with three of his losses coming to wrestlers who finished in the top five in the state meet.
Trigg County finished 33rd overall at the meet with 23 points.
Meanwhile, Christian County sophomore Caleb Austin finished second in the 120-pound class to Union County's Trae Blackwell.
Also for the Colonels, Kory Polley took third in the 145-pound class, and Tre Sells finished eighth in the 152-pound class.
UHA's Cameron Montgomery took fifth place in the 160-pound class, while Caldwell County's Chris Gilkey finished sixth in the 132-pound class.
Also, Fort Campbell's David Sahms finished fourth in the 138-pound class, and Hopkinsville's Travon Thacker was eighth in the 106-pound division.