As Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy wrestling coach Dave Berger put it, there's a lot of gold heading back to Wyoga Lake Road.
CVCA 106-pounder Jacob Decatur and 126-pounder Jordan Decatur each won their state championship matches March 11 at the Division II state wrestling tournament at Value City Arena in Columbus.
They weren't alone, as Walsh Jesuit junior 126-pounder Matt Fields won his weight class at the Division I level.
Jacob Decatur started the evening session by putting on a takedown clinic in his title match against Lisbon Beaver's Cole McComas.
Decatur scored six takedowns to pull out a 12-6 win, handing McComas only his second loss of the season.
Decatur finished the season at 38-2.
Having seen his twin brother win, Jordan Decatur said he had to win at 126. However, the larger Decatur brother was facing his nemesis — Canal Fulton Northwest's Hunter Kosco, who had pinned him the previous week.
Decatur gave up the first takedown, but got an escape, a reversal and two takedowns to take at 7-4 lead into the third period.
Although he gave up an escape and was called for stalling twice in the third period, Decatur held on for a 7-6 decision to win the title. He finished the season at 45-4.
The twins brought home the 19th and 20th state wrestling titles in CVCA's history.
Meanwhile, while Jordan Decatur was facing a familiar foe on mat two, Field wrestled Mason's Jaimen Hood for the first time in the Division I title match.
Fields was able to shut down Hood's offense, particularly his double-leg takedown.
After a scoreless first period, Fields started the second period down and escaped to take a 1-0 lead.
After Hood chose to start third period down, Fields hit a tilt for a three-point nearfall and rode Hood out for a 4-0 win.
Fields finished the season at 38-6 and claimed the 47th state title in Walsh Jesuit's history.