The four fingers raised on Darick Vancura's hand predicted Jackson's County Central's spot in state history.
Jumping to his feet after pinning Frazee's Tyler Ziegler 5:10 into the 170-pound match, Vancura flung his hands into the air and celebrated a fourth straight Class 1A team championship. Though the Huskies hadn't yet won it, his six-point contribution to extend their lead to 34-10 and all-but confirmed an eventual 38-22 victory.
Anything other than a pin by Frazee in the next match meant title No. 4 for Jackson County Central and Huskies' Nathan Guggisberg fulfilled the need.
"There is a new team in the house. … It's JCC," senior Eliot Jurries said. "We're the only team to really repeat this year so I feel like we're the new dynasty in Minnesota."
Since the expansion to a third class, no 1A school has won four straight. Staples won six straight (1980-1985) in the lower division of the two class format.
No. 2-seed Frazee built an early 6-0 advantage over Jackson County Central. The Huskies responded with a 34-4 run including pins by top-seeds Jurries (132 pounds), Luke Norland (152 pounds) and Vancura.
Jackson County Central now, without reservations, can claim the title as Southern Minnesota's new wrestling dynasty.