Wilson freshman McKaden Speece isn't bashful when it comes to his goals. "I want to become a four-time state champ," he said very matter-of-factly. Speece handed Chris Smith of Berks Catholic his first loss of the year in the 107-pound final of the Berks County Individual Wrestling Tournament. Speece improved to (25-1) with a 10-3 decision over Smith. Speece pinned Mason Mieczkowski from Conrad Weiser in the quarterfinals. He got a 20-4 technical fall against Tulpehocken's Abramm Schaffer in the semifinals. Speece revealed the key to his success throughout the tournament. "I've been working on my underhook a lot, and I think nobody can stop it," he stated. Speece is training with former Kennard-Dale star Chance Marsteller. He finished his amazing high school career at (166-0) with four state championships. Marsteller became a two-time All-American at Lock Haven. Speece is extremely dedicated to wrestling. "Get up, go to school, practice [and] practice again. That's it," he replied. Speece told SV Sports' Paul Roberts about his diet, workout regimen, and favorite movies. It wasn't a surprise that two of his favorite films are about wrestling.