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State wrestling tournament

Billings Skyview's Brenner Bushfield high-fives his coaches after his win against Butte's Kameron Moreno in the class AA 182-pound quarterfinal match during the state wrestling tournament at the Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark on Friday.

TAILYR IRVINE, Gazette Staff

BILLINGS — Billings Skyview standout Brock Bushfield has a chance to be a four-time state wrestling finalist.

On Friday at the 29th Montana High School Association State All-Class Wrestling Tournament, Bushfield won both of his matches by pin to reach the Class AA 170-pound semifinals. He'll face Butte's Kobe Moreno on Saturday morning at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark. If Bushfield wins the match, he'll march into the finals for the fourth straight year. He won championships his freshman and sophomore seasons.

Bushfield said he is 2-0 vs. Moreno this season.

"Just relax. I've wrestled the Butte kid before," Bushfield said. "He knows what I have and I know what he has. So, I'll just be as ready as I can."

However, Bushfield is not overlooking his opponent.

"One match at a time," he said. "I have a tough kid and will get prepared for that."

Bushfield's younger brother, Skyview sophomore Brenner Bushfield, also advanced to the semifinals. He'll wrestle Missoula Sentinel's Dylan Goforth at 182. 

"It is super cool. It is fun," Bushfield said. "You work together all year and to see how you come out at the end. It's super exciting to see the progress."