CLINTON, Mich. (WTVG) - Noah Comar holds the Clinton High School record for career wrestling wins with 204 and he also is the career leader in pins.
"It's unique a little bit," Comar said. "But then again, I don't really think about how many matches I won, I just think about what's the next big thing I have to win."
The next big thing to win is a Michigan high school state wrestling championship. This three-year captain has one state championship on his wrestling resume from his sophomore year plus two runner up finishes.
"He's always been like determined and hard working," Clinton wrestler Christian Minard said. "But I think he's just trying to get that revenge. He's lost in the state finals a couple times so he's trying to prove himself with what he can do cause I know again he beat that kid he lost to in the finals a couple weeks before and it shouldn't have happened that way."
After that loss, Comar had a big decision to make with his college choice. In the end, that final decision was with the University of Michigan.
"It was kind of a like a goal, like my dream school throughout my whole life," Comar said. "I didn't really know it until probably the summer."
Comar made the decision before going to a big high school wrestling tournament in Fargo, N.D., because he knew it would be important to have a good performance for the Wolverines.
"He's a confident kid but he doesn't like talking about those types of things," Clinton head wrestling coach Jeff Rolland said. "I don't think he's changed much once he got that opportunity. I think if anything it has maybe relaxed him because he wasn't sure where he was going to go and what he was going to do.
"The pressure is off. He's just able to enjoy the last half of his senior year and look forward to the things that are coming ahead for him."