Mason Parris Pins Gold At Junior World Championships

Mason Parris won the heavyweight division at the Junior World Championships in Estonia on Wednesday.

Mason Parris. University of Michigan Athletics photo.

(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - Lawrenceburg High School graduate and University of Michigan wrestler Mason Parris is a three-time state champion.

Now, he can call himself a world champion.

Parris, a heavyweight, has been wrestling this week at the Junior World Championships in Estonia. On Wednesday, he defeated Iran’s Amir Hossein Abbas Zare in the championship match by pinfall at 1:19 in the first period.

He made his way to the heavyweight final on Wednesday by outscoring his previous opponents 33-2.

Parris will bring back to the U.S. the gold medal from the Junior World Championships. His sophomore season for the Wolverines will begin in a few months.

Might some other medals be in his future?


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