FARGO, N.D. (18 SPORTS) - Troy high school's Sheldon Seymour capped off a huge week with a national title.
Seymour, competing at 106-pounds in the cadet greco-roman division at the National Championships in Fargo, North Dakota, took home a hard earned title. In the finals, Seymour outlasted Colorado's Ken Crosby, 6-2, to take home the championship.
This win comes just days after Seymour placed third in the freestyle wrestling competition in Fargo. Seymour will be a junior this year for the Troy Trojans when he returns to the high school wrestling mats this upcoming winter.
18 Sports congratulates Seymour on a historic run to the gold. Watch this quick interview from Thursday courtesy of Flowrestling.com.
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