Wrestling: Kane County Preps All-Area Wrestling TeamBy JACOB BARTELSON – firstname.lastname@example.orgMarch 8, 2018 Led by Wrestler of the Year Austin Macias of Burlington Central, here is the Kane County Preps All-Area team. Ben Anderson, St. Charles East, junior: Anderson overcame a hematoma leading up to regionals. He eventually competed at state for the second time and finished 42-5. [Clark Brooks]Trevor Chumbley, Marmion, junior: Chumbley finished his season 49-2, and won his first state title with a victory over Montini's Fidel Mayora.Niko Derain, St. Charles East, senior: Derain battled to fifth place in the 138-pound weight class at state and finished his season 43-8.Michael Donatelli, Geneva, senior: Donatelli qualified for his first state tournament, and ultimately finished his season 48-6. Brad Gross, Marmion, junior: Gross finished 14-3 amid a tough season with shoulder issues, but returned to place second at state. [Sandy Bressner - email@example.com]Justin Hull, St. Charles East, junior: Hull placed third in the 285-pound weight class at state, and finished his season 45-5. [Clark Brooks]Nate Jimenez, Marmion, senior: The Michigan State recruit and 2017 Kane County prep Wrestler of the Year recruit battled an injury this season, but competed to finish second at 170 pounds at state. [Chris Johns]Austin Macias, Burlington Central, senior: Macias is the Kane County prep Wrestler of the Year after winning his second state title.Honor Nguyen, Geneva, senior: Nguyen was Geneva's second state representative this year, and finished his season 43-9. [Steven Buyansky - For Shaw Media]Nathan Orosco, Kaneland, junior: Orosco, a two-time state qualifier, fell in the first round, but finished his junior year 29-10.Andy Posledni, Batavia, junior: Posledni, Batavia's lone state qualifier, overcame a right thumb injury sustained a few weeks prior and competed to the consolation second round. Poslendi finished 21-8. [David Toney - For Shaw Media]Diego Sotelo, Marmion, freshman: Sotelo finished second at state as a freshman while wrestling at 106-pounds. Sotelo finished 42-7 on the year. [Clark Brooks]Nick Termini, Burlington Central, junior: Termini won his first 145-pound state title in dramatic fashion over Thornton Fractional North's Bilal Bailey, and finished 38-7 on the year.