The Huskies will have seven wrestlers there. That's a school record. So what's behind their success?
"We have a good group of kids, but the main thing is keeping the kids together through the offseason," says head coach Cal Ferry. "Staying on contact with them through phone calls, texts and emails. That's the main key to why these kids are doing so well."
"Practice this year has been a lot harder," says 120 pound wrestler Jordan Northrup. "I feel like everyone is more ahead this year. Everybody wants to go out and win."
Northrup is a defending State Champion. He won at 113 pounds last year. He's wrestling in a stacked 120 pound class this year.
"It's going to be really competitive," says Northrup. "I've got a lot of tough matches down there."
Junior Sage Hecox will be making his third straight trip to State. This time at 195 pounds.
"I'm pretty confident," says Hecox. "I've got a pretty good side of the bracket. If I wrestle good I can make the semis."
The list of Harlem wrestlers who have placed at State is a long one growing longer by the year. That list hangs on a banner in the wrestling room. State Champions like Northrup get their own banner with a picture on it. Every Harlem wrestler wants to be on one of those banners.
"We talk about that every day here," says Hecox. "It's to win State Championships. That would be something we'd look forward to doing."