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Jimtown High School senior Nick Crume stands beside coach Mark Kerrn and points to his parents while being recognized at halftime of Tuesday’s home basketball game against Fairfield. $START_URL$Crume;http://blogs.etruth.com/.../heres-another-view-of-the-ihsaa-state-wrestling-finals/$STOP_URL$ became Jimtown’s first state wrestling champion since John Campbell in 1968 when he beat Castle’s Luke Welch 3-1 in overtime. (Truth Photo By Ryan Dorgan) (AP)
Jimtown recognizes state wrestling champion Nick Crume

Posted on Feb. 20, 2013 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on Feb. 20, 2013 at 2:43 p.m.

Jimtown High School senior Nick Crume, who won the 126-pound IHSAA state wrestling championship Saturday in Indianapolis, stands beside coach Mark Kerrn and points to his parents while being recognized at halftime of Tuesday’s home basketball game against Fairfield. Crume became Jimtown’s first state wrestling champion since John Campbell in 1968 when he beat Castle’s Luke Welch 3-1 in overtime.