WOLVICH – Nate Lubon may not have made a big first impression, but he certainly knows how to make a lasting impression.

Although he never went out on the carpet three years ago before joining the Kingsway Regional High School team, the junior made his way to the top of the awards podium at his first district competition last weekend.

Lubon won the 113-pound title in the 28th round, making a 37-second drop in the final.

“For the first time in the constituencies, I managed to do it well,” said Lubonsky. “It’s definitely good.”

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This was certainly not the case when he became acquainted with wrestling in his freshman year.

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