By Curt Herron
For the IWCOA
Lena-Winslow/Stockton wins Litchfield’s Rich Lovellette Invitational
Two of the top-five teams in Class 1A met up at Litchfield’s Rich Lovellette Invitational and second-ranked Lena-Winslow/Stockton used three firsts, four seconds and three fifths to help it capture top honors with 212 points while fifth-ranked Vandalia finished second with 177.5 points.
Auburn took third place with 160.5 points and No. 12 Oakwood/Salt Fork was fourth with 152 points while Murphysboro (106), Cumberland (103.5) Roxana (102) and Rochester (91.5) rounded out the top-half of the 16-team field in the two-day competition.
Winning titles for coach Kevin Milder’s champion Pantherhawks were Garrett Luke (37-3 at 145), Griffin Luke (38-3 at 170) and Drew Mensendike (37-2 at 195) while Jared Dvorak (33-8 at 152), Marey Roby (26-6 at 160), Connor Vincent (30-7 at 182) and Henry Engel (36-4 at 220) all placed second. Finishing in fifth place were Brady Haas (18-15 at 126), Zach White (25-12 at 138) and Mike Haas (33-5 at 285) and they also got a seventh place from Carson McPeek (24-10 at 132).
Lena-Winslow/Stockton won its first individual tournament of the season, improving on its previous-best, a second-place effort at Erie/Prophetstown. But it also made a statement about its dual team potential when it won the championship of ABE’s Rumble in Springfield, which featured 58 squads.
Leading the way for coach Jason Clay’s runner-up Vandals were champions Cutter Prater (39-3 at 138) and Eric McKinney (37-5 at 152) as well as third-place finishers Sophie Bowers (34-8 at 113) and Owen Miller (34-9 at 132). Finishing fourth were Ryan Kaiser (36-6 at 160) and Wyatt Dothager (27-15 at 182) while Pierson Wilkerson (24-19 at 120), Logan Nance (33-10 at 145), Garrett Meyers (20-17 at 170) and Eric Barenfanger (31-11 at 22) all took fifth and Justin Proctor (28-15 at 195) was seventh.
It was the third second-place finish for Vandalia this season, with Civic Memorial and Princeton being the others, and it also turned in a third-place showing at ABE’s Rumble.
Other tournament champions were Auburn’s Anthony Ruzic (17-0 at 113), Dresden Grimm (37-1 at 132) and Cole Edie (32-5 at 285), Oakwood/Salt Fork’s Carter Chambliss (29-7 at 120) and Joe Lashuay (25-5 at 160), Cumberland’s Hank Warfel (31-5 at 106), Benton’s Mason Tieffel (38-4 at 126), Sacred Heart-Griffin’s Cory West (36-2 at 182) and Hillsboro’s Magnus Wells (29-1 at 220) .
Also taking second place were Cumberland’s Iysten Syfert (34-5 at 170), Colby Ryan (33-4 at 195) and Noah Carl (32-4 at 285), Oakwood/Salt Fork’s’s Pedro Rangel (23-4 at 126) and Reef Pacot (32-4 at 132), Litchfield’s Alex Powell (26-5 at 106), Harrisburg’s Tony Keene (32-1 at 113), Auburn’s Gage Lopez (22-9 at 120), Rochester’s Cole Peters (19-6 at 138) and Carlinville’s Jake Schwartz (38-2 at 145).
Some of the closest titles matches featured Warfel winning 6-4 in overtime over Powell at 106, Chambliss edging Lopez 8-6 at 120, Grimm prevailing 4-2 in two overtimes over Pacot at 132, McKinney capturing a 4-3 win in double overtime over Dvorak at 152 and Lashuay winning 10-7 over Roby at 160.
The championship match at 113 was a clash of unbeaten sophomores with No. 1 Ruzic winning by fall in 5:51 over No. 3 Keene. Also recording falls to win titles were Tieffel (126), Prater (138), Griffin Luke (170), West (182) and Wells (220) while Garrett Luke (145) and Mensendike (195) won major decisions and Edie (285) won 8-2 over Carl.
It was the third title in three finals appearances for Ruzic (first in 1A at 113) and Mensendike (fifth in 1A at 195) and the third title in four trips to the title mat for Warfel (third in 1A at 106) and Grimm (third in 1A at 132). Claiming second titles in two trips to the finals were Prater (ninth in 1A at 138), Garrett Luke (fourth in 1A at 138), Lashuay (first in 1A at 160), Griffin Luke (third in 1A at 170) and West (second in 1A at 182) while Tieffel (third in 1A at 126) won his second title in four finals appearances.
Individuals who won their first titles of the season were Chambliss (HM in 1A at 120), McKinney (ninth in 1A at 152), Wells (tenth in 1A at 220) and Edie (seventh in 1A at 285).
There was a four-way tie for most team points with 28 between Griffin Luke,Tieffel, Wells and West while Ruzic had 27.5 points and Mensendike scored 27 points. Edie, Garrett Luke, McKinney and Prater tied for seventh with 26 team points. Peters had the most match points with 49.
Murphysboro had four third-place finishers, Kaiden Richards (26-7 at 106), Liam Fox (26-7 at 126), Patrick Campbell (11-4 at 145) and Dayton Hoffman (24-4 at 160). Also taking third were Roxana’s Hunter Bailey (12-2 at 195), James Herring (22-3 at 220) and Chase Allen (3-1 at 285), Auburn’s Colby Willhite (15-20 at 138) and Skylar Fay (31-8 at 182), Rochester’s Drake Pfeifer (28-9 at 120), Hillsboro’s Zander Wells (21-9 at 152) and Oakwood/Salt Fork’s Brysen Vasquez (23-10 at 170).
Others claiming fourth place were Rochester’s Conner Carroll (25-8 at 106), Adam Gribbins (20-9 at 113) and Nolan Mrozowski (34-3 at 132), Frankfort Community’s Jaden Smilanich (18-15 at 152) and Connor Henson (22-13 at 170), Murphysboro’s Aiston Holt (10-5 at 120), Roxana’s Lleyton Cobine (12-6 at 126), Pinckneyville’s Riley Maxey (27-7 at 138), Oakwood/Salt Fork’s Grant Brewer (27-10 at 145), Harrisburg’s Bryant Lester (21-7 at 195) and Benton’s Hunter Moss (24-18 at 285).
Also finishing fifth were Roxana’s Justin Theis (3-1 at 113) and Braden Johnson (8-8 at 152), Oakwood/Salt Fork’s Brayden Edwards (21-14 at 106), Murphysboro’s Bryce Edwards (28-8 at 132), Auburn’s Joey Barrow (26-12 at 160), Litchfield’s Hunter Hancock (23-13 at 182) and Frankfort Community’s Anthony Joyner (21-12 at 195).
Lena-Winslow/Stockton will compete in one of the state’s toughest regionals at Dixon, which features three teams in the top-eight in Class 1A, including the top-ranked host Dukes and eighth-ranked Dakota, the 2020 state champions, along with No. 18 Sillman Valley and No. 22 Oregon. The Pantherhawks hope to get back to dual team state, where they last competed in 2019 when they won their second state title in three years. Placers from the Lovellette who were on that title team are Roby, Vincent and White.
Vandalia will compete in the Carlyle Regional, where No. 21 Cahokia will also be on hand. Lena-Winslow/Stockton hopes to get back to dual team state, where it last competed in 2019 when it won its second state title in three years. The Vandals also would like to get back to state for the first time since 2019, when they completed a run of 10-straight state appearances by winning their trophy in four years. Placewinners in the Lovellette Invite who were part of that third-place team are Kaiser and Prater.
Auburn, whose third-place finish tied its previous-best showing at PORTA, will be in the Class 1A Illinois School for the Visually Impaired Regional, which will be held at Routt in Jacksonville. In 2020, the Trojans made their second trip to the dual team finals and won their first trophy, taking fourth place. Five of their placewinners from this weekend’s invite were members of that 2020 team, Edie, Fay, Grimm, Lopez and Willhite.
Litchfield Rich Lovellette Invitational championship matches:
106 – Hank Warfel (Cumberland) over Alex Powell (Litchfield), 6-4 OT
113 – Anthony Ruzic (Auburn) over Tony Keene (Harrisburg), F 5:51
120 – Carter Chambliss (Oakwood/Salt Fork) over Gage Lopez (Auburn), 8-6
126 – Mason Tieffel (Benton) over Pedro Rangel (Oakwood/Salt Fork), F 1:51
132 – Dresden Grimm (Auburn) over Reef Pacot (Oakwood/Salt Fork), 4-2 2OT
138 – Cutter Prater (Vandalia) over Cole Peters (Rochester), F 3:09
145 – Garrett Luke (Lena-Winslow/Stockton) over Jake Schwartz (Carlinville), 9-1
152 – Eric McKinney (Vandalia) over Jared Dvorak (Lena-Winslow/Stockton), 4-3 2OT
160 – Joe Lashuay (Oakwood/Salt Fork) over Marey Roby (Lena-Winslow/Stockton), 10-7
170 – Griffin Luke (Lena-Winslow/Stockton) over Iysten Syfert (Cumberland), F 3:17
182 – Cory West (Sacred Heart-Griffin) over Connor Vincent (Lena-Winslow/Stockton), F 3:40
195 – Drew Mensendike (Lena-Winslow/Stockton) over Colby Ryan (Cumberland), 11-2
220 – Magnus Wells (Hillsboro) over Henry Engel (Lena-Winslow/Stockton), F 3:52
285 – Cole Edie (Auburn) over Noah Carl (Cumberland), 8-2
Lawrenceville captures title of Eastern Illinois Tournament
There was very little that separated the top squads at Saturday’s Eastern Illinois Tournament, a 15-team competition which took place in Lawrenceville.
Lawrenceville edged Westville/Georgetown-Ridge Farm 153-150 for top honors while Carterville nipped Fairfield 143.5-143 for third place. Mt. Carmel finished fifth with 135 points and Champaign Central was sixth with 102 points while Bismarck-Henning Rossville-Alvin Cooperative (97), Robinson (95) and Goreville (94) were next in line.
Leading the way for coach Sam Hyre’s champion Indians were title winners Shaina Hyre (22-4 at 113) and Brian Seed (29-0 at 170) while Nathan Blackwell (25-8 at 182) took second and Dylan Aten (25-9 at 120), Max Moore (15-10 at 138) and Morgan Halter (9-6 at 195) all placed third. Isaac Foster (13-12 at 126) was fifth and Marcus Hyre (18-12 at 132) finished sixth while Trevor Loy (145), Kasen Ochs (152) and Dalton Spahn (160) also contributed points to help Lawrenceville, which co-ops with Red Hill, to win its second title this season, with the first at it own Lawrence County Tournament.
“We wrestled a little short-handed on Saturday with three starters out, two of whom could have potentially won their whole bracket,” Sam Hyre said. “We talked to the kids about what they would have to do scoring-wise to get the win at home and they succeeded wonderfully. We are peaking at the right time with a very young group and are excited to start our postseason run. Brian Seed improved to 29-0 and Shaina Hyre, our lone female wrestler for the weekend, won her second boys tourney of the last couple weeks.”
Top performers for Kirk Edwards’ runner-up Tigers were champions Grayson McBride (14-3 at 120) and Rylee Edwards (28-1 at 182) and second-place finishers Gabe Kiddoo (22-6 at 126) and Hayden Weaver (21-10 at 132). Placing third was Logan Mahaffey (19-11 at 113) while Jesse Irelan (19-8 at 106) finished fourth, Tre Ramirez (13-11 at 220) was fifth and Jacob Pyle (19-14 at 152) took sixth. Westville/Georgetown-Ridge Farm easily bettered its previous-top finish, which was 12th a week earlier at LeRoy/Tri-Valley.
Fairfield had four champions, Cole Simpson (29-6 at 138), Jerek Keoughan (27-4 at 145), Konnor Dagg (30-5 at 195) and Payton Allen (35-1 at 220). Other title winners were Goreville’s Jeremiah Pulliam (23-7 at 106), Richland County’s Carson Bissey (18-1 at 126), Herrin’s Blue Bishop (26-2 at 132), Effingham’s Jon Perry (32-6 at 152), Robinson’s Jared Hermann (25-2 at 160) and Bismarck-Henning Rossville-Alvin Cooperative’s Hunter Wilson (24-10 at 285).
Individuals who won their third titles of the season include Allen (HM in 1A at 220), Bissey (HM in 1A at 126), Hermann (HM in 1A at 160) and Seed (ninth in 1A at 170) while Bishop (HM in 1A at 132), Dagg (HM in 1A at 195), Edwards (eighth in 1A at 182) and Perry (HM at 152) all won their second titles of 2021-22.
Edwards also won the Eastern Illinois Tournament in 2020. Four other champions improved on their place finishes from two years ago, McBride (second to first) and Hermann, Hyre and Seed (third to first)
Also finishing in second place were Mt. Carmel’s Zeke Swanson (16-8 at 138), Joey Farrar (17-6 at 170) and Eli Swanson (18-9 at 285), Goreville’s Briley Lehmen (23-8 at 113) and Weston Henderson (19-5 at 160), Richland County’s Detrych Curtis (20-12 at 145) and Kaden Hess (22-12 at 152), Herrin’s Brad Williams (21-15 at 106), Oblong’s Ian Rosborough (14-3 at 120), Robinson’s Austin Hargrave (21-6 at 195) and Carterville’s Riley Bradford (22-15 at 220).
Two of the closest title matches were Shaina Hyre winning 10-8 over Lehmen at 113 and Dagg beating Hargrave 7-3 at 195. Winning titles by fall were Pulliam (106), McBride (120), Bissey (126), Keoughan (145), Seed (170) and Wilson (285) while Bishop (132) was a winner by technical fall. Perry (152) and Edwards (182) both won titles by major decision while Simpson (138), Hermann (160) and Allen (220) all won decisions by five or more points.
Champaign Central had four third-place finishers, Owen Esslinger (16-5 at 106), Jackson Dillow (24-15 at 145), Seth Bowers (182) and Zavier Neill (27-12 at 220). Also taking third place were Carterville’s Elijah Mohring (24-14 at 160) and Zacwariah Miller (29-10 at 285), Mt. Carmel’s Kreg Lofton (10-5 at 126), Bismarck-Henning Rossville-Alvin Cooperative’s Evan Parish (26-8 at 132), Trico’s Eli Rees (12-2 at 152) and Robinson’s David Staller (12-8 at 170).
Carterville had four individuals who took fourth, Merrick Orendoff (145), Chris Bates (20-14 at 170), Noah Johnson (13-8 at 182) and Luke Johnson (15-9 at 195), Others who placed fourth were Fairfield’s Jake Eckleberry (120), Scotty Cuff (28-8 at 132) and Jaxon Combs (19-8 at 285), Champaign Central’s Liam Potenberg (17-6 at 152) and Asher Kotowski (15-9 at 160), Mt. Carmel’s Jordon Wood (22-14 at 113) and Mason Rayborn (220), Bismarck-Henning Rossville-Alvin Cooperative’s Ayden Golden (17-11 at 126) and Effingham’s Robert Reardon (18-15 at 138).
There was a six-way time for individuals who had the most team points with 24. They were Bissey, Keoughan, McBride, Pulliam, Seed and Wilson while Perry had 23 points and Bishop scored 22.5 points. Tying for the lead in most match points with 42 were Richland County’s Cooper Fehrenbacher (fifth at 138) and Bishop.
Lawrenceville and Westville/Georgetown-Ridge Farm, who are both honorable mention in the IWCOA Class 1A rankings rankings, compete in the Richland County Regional in Olney, which includes No. 4 Unity as well as other honorable mention teams Monticello and Shelbyville. Others who competed in the tournament and will be in the same regional are Mt. Carmel, Robinson, Effingham and Oblong.
Eastern Illinois Tournament championship matches:
106 – Jeremiah Pulliam (Goreville) over Brad Williams (Herrin), F 1:32
113 – Shaina Hyre (Lawrenceville) over Briley Lehmen (Goreville), 10-8
120 – Grayson McBride (Westville/Georgetown-Ridge Farm) over Ian Rosborough (Oblong), F 1:44
126 – Carson Bissey (Richland County) over Gabe Kiddoo (Westville/Georgetown-Ridge Farm), F 0:42
132 – Blue Bishop (Herrin) over Hayden Weaver (Westville/Georgetown-Ridge Farm), TF 3:26
138 – Cole Simpson (Fairfield) over Zeke Swanson (Mt. Carmel), 5-0
145 – Jerek Keoughan (Fairfield) over Detrych Curtis (Richland County), F 2:40
152 – Jon Perry (Effingham) over Kaden Hess (Richland County), 10-1
160 – Jared Hermann (Robinson) over Weston Henderson (Goreville), 9-2
170 – Brian Seed (Lawrenceville) over Joey Farrar (Mt. Carmel), F 1:45
182 – Rylee Edwards (Westville/Georgetown-Ridge Farm) over Nathan Blackwell (Lawrenceville), 11-2
195 – Konnor Dagg (Fairfield) over Austin Hargrave (Robinson), 7-3
220 – Payton Allen (Fairfield) over Riley Bradford (Carterville), 8-1
285 – Hunter Wilson (Bismarck-Henning Rossville-Alvin Cooperative) over Eli Swanson (Mt. Carmel), F 3:08
Glenwood takes title at Quincy Notre Dame Invitational
Glenwood had five champions and three second-place finishers to help it claim top honors in Saturday’s Quincy Notre Dame Invitational.
The Titans, who are ranked ninth in Class 2A, scored 238 points to capture first place by 36 points over Jacksonville, which took second with 202 points in the 17-team invite. This was Glenwood’s first tournament championship of the season, and one spot better than its previous-best finish, which was second in its own invite on December 4. It was the program’s eighth tournament of the season with half of those involving going up against bigger schools from the Chicago area.
Missouri squads Kirkwood (144) and Palmyra (142) took third and fourth, respectively, while Camp Point Central (121), who’s a co-op with Brown County and Southeastern, was fifth. Edwardsville (106), Quincy (100), St. Joseph-Ogden (95.5) and Riverton (87) were next in line.
Leading coach Jerod Bruner’s champion Titans were title winners Kayle Blakenship (17-7 at 106), Drew Davis (9-0 at 113), John Ben Maduena (28-14 at 132), Aden Byal (37-6 at 145) and Alex Hamrick (41-2 at 285). Larson Nestar (3-1 at 106), Braxton Warren (19-13 at 126) and Jaidyn Lee (25-9 at 220) took second place and Jacob Antonacci (20-17 at 138) and Justin Hay (17-14 at 170) finished third. Taking fifth were Tyler Clarke (15-8 at 106) and Brandon Bray (19-19 at 195) while Cole Prost (8-8 at 126) was sixth, Owen Ottino (19-17 at 120) took seventh and Bradley Dollus (160) and Eli Moss (2-3 at 195) placed eighth.
Top performers for coach Dustin Secrist’s runner-up Crimsons were champions Trey Elliott (30-3 at 152) and James Cotton (29-3 at 160) while Collin Reif (25-4 at 145), Luca Thies (27-8 at 182) and Mason Meyer (11-3 at 195) finished second and Oliver Cooley (20-10 at 220) took third. Placing fourth were Brooklyn Murphy (18-12 at 113) and Aiden Surrat (19-10 at 285) while Evan Dewitt (20-11 at 132) was fifth and Alexis Seymour (13-14 at 120), and Gavin Seymour (5-7 at 170) were sixth. The second place showing tied their previous-best finish, which was at Quincy.
Glenwood has a 20-10 dual meet record and goes to Decatur on Wednesday to compete against MacArthur with the intent of wrapping up the title in the Central State Eight Conference. Then it’s on to the Jacksonville Bowl on Saturday for the Class 2A regional which also includes Springfield’s public schools as well as Riverton and Rochester.
The Titans hope that they can get back to the dual team series this year, which they competed in in 2018 and 2019 and if they can make the fourth state appearance in their history, the next goal would be claiming their first state trophy.
Other Illinois athletes who won titles were St. Joseph-Ogden’s Holden Brazelton (36-2 at 120), Notre Dame’s Curtis Steinkamp (35-3 at 126), Lanphier’s Gabe Orosco (26-4 at 170) and Macomb’s Max Ryner (37-5 at 182). Additional Illinois competitors who took second place were Camp Point Central’s Kanye Mitchell (33-9 at 120) and Conner Griffin (37-7 at 152), Edwardsville’s Zeke Rhoades (17-4 at 132) and Max Miller (10-8 at 160), St. Joseph-Ogen’s Emmitt Holt (27-5 at 113) and Warsaw’s Evan Carel (16-8 at 138).
Some of the closest titles matches included Maduena winning 5-2 over Rhoades at 132, Cotton beating Miller 3-0 at 160, Orosco edging Kirkwood’s Diego Guzman 13-11 at 170 and Ryner winning 3-1 over Thies at 182. Champions who recorded falls in the finals were Blankenship at 106, Davis at 113, Brazelton at 120, Steinkamp at 126, Elliott at 152, Hamrick at 285, Palmyra’s Collin Arch at 138 and Luke Triplett at 220 and Kirkwood’s Mason Hodo at 195. In addition, Byal claimed a 6-1 victory over Reif at 145.
Elliott had the most team points with 31 while Blankenship, Hamrick, Hodo and Triplett scored 30 points and Arch, Brazelton, Byal and Davis had 29.5 team points. Byal finished with the most match points with 37. There was an all-Glenwood finals at 106 where Blankenship pinned Nestar and Clarke finished fifth and all three of them are freshmen.
Brazelton (seventh in 1A at 120) won his third title in three finals appearances while Hamrick (sens in 2A at 285) also won his third title in his fourth trip to the title mat. Claiming their second titles in two finals trips were Davis (first in 2A at 106) and Steinkamp (HM in 1A at 126) and winning a second title in three finals appearances were Byal (HM in 2A at 145) and Orosco (HM in 2A at 170). Capturing a second title in a fourth trip to the title mat were Elliott (tenth in 2A at 145) and Maduena (HM in 2A at 132), winning a first title in an initial trip to the finals were Blankenship (106) and Cotton (HM in 2A at 152) and capturing a first title in a third finals appearance was Ryner (HM in 1A at 182).
Five individuals who placed in the QND Invite in 2020 won titles on Saturday. Two years ago, Hamrick took first, Elliott was second, Ryner placed third, Steinkamp finished fourth
and Orosco took fifth.
Additional Illinois athletes who placed third were Riverton’s Connor Park (24-13 at 120), Ethan Fordham (26-10 at 126) and Matthew Crouch (285),Camp Point Central’s Jack Thompson (37-6 at 113) and Konnor Bush (31-13 at 145), Illini West’s Lance Belshaw (25-5 at 152), Lanphier’s Connor Janssen (23-4 at 160), Quincy’s Bryor Newbold (28-11 at 182) and St. Joseph-Ogden’s Owen Birt (18-7 at 195).
Other athletes from Illinois who took fourth were Quincy’s Dylan Becker (19-21 at 132), Ty Moore (152) and Gage Bringer (22-18 at 195), Camp Point Central’s Paul Schenck (25-18 at 106) and Joseph Friday (14-12 at 138), Notre Dame’s Ryan Scheuermann (19-10 at 120), Macomb’s Tyler Shannon (26-16 at 145), Edwardsville’s Hubert Thomas (11-5 at 160) and Riverton’s Garrett Johnson (10-10 at 220).
And some additional Illinois competitors who finished fifth were Edwardsville’s Blake Freitag (6-4 at 126) and Evan McCormick (14-8 at 220), Macomb’s Carter Hoge (32-10 at 152) and Tegan Perry (16-10 at 285), Quincy’s Evan Wakefield (17-21 at 113), Riverton’s Colin Ripperda (14-3 at 160) and Camp Point Central’s Kyus Mitchell (31-11 at 170).
Quincy Notre Dame Invitation championship matches:
106 – Kayle Blankenship (Glenwood) over Larson Nestar (Glenwood), F 5:27
113 – Drew Davis (Glenwood) over Emmitt Holt (St. Joseph-Ogden), F 2:54
120 – Holden Brazelton (St. Joseph-Ogden) over Kanye Mitchell (Camp Point Central), F 1:50
126 – Curtis Steinkamp (Notre Dame) over Braxton Warren (Glenwood), F 0:55
132 – John Ben Maduena (Glenwood) over Zeke Rhoades (Edwardsville), 5-2
138 – Collin Arch (Palmyra, MO) over Evan Carel (Warsaw), F 0:41
145 – Aden Byal (Glenwood) over Collin Reif (Jacksonville), 6-1
152 – Trey Elliott (Jacksonville) over Conner Griffin (Camp Point Central), F 0:31
160 – James Cotton (Jacksonville) over Max Miller (Edwardsville), 3-0
170 – Gabe Orosco (Lanphier) over Diego Guzman (Kirkwood, MO), 13-11
182 – Max Ryner (Macomb) over Luca Thies (Jacksonville), 3-1
195 – Nathan Hodo (Kirkwood, MO) over Mason Meyer (Jacksonville), F 2:44
220 – Luke Triplett (Palmyra, MO) over Jaidyn Lee (Glenwood), F 1:16
285 – Alex Hamrick (Glenwood) over Nolyn Richards (Palmyra, MO), F 1:03
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