Four-time finalist Mike Frick of Pope John won three NJ titles before winning the NCAAs twice at Lehigh.
Luke Skove of Long Branch was a three-time state champion from the 1970s who went on to become a three-time All-American at Oklahoma State.
Kevin Jacoutot was a four-time finalist and won two NJ championships for Madison Central.
Fifteen wrestlers from this decade won two NJ state titles.
Check out the best wrestlers from 1970 to 1979 ranked by NJ state medals!
Here are the top nine!
Rank - Name - Score - Medals
#1 - Mike Frick - Pope John - 1972 - 60 - 1,2,1,1
#2 - Kevin Jacoutot - Madison Central - 1979 - 56 - 2,1,1,2
#3 - Luke Skove - Long Branch - 1979 - 48 - 1,1,1
#4 - Lou Durant - Jackson Memorial - 1978 - 45 - 4,3,3,1
#5 - Dave Gaunt - North Hunterdon - 1971 - 44 - 2,1,1
#5 - Tom Gibble - Hunterdon Central - 1979 - 44 - 1,2,1
#7 - Renard Haskins - Morristown - 1971 - 42 - 3,1,1
#8 - Rick Thompson - Phillipsburg - 1973 - 41 - 4,1,1
#8 - Tom Husted - Pascack Hills - 1977 - 41 - 4,1,1
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