Marian Central Catholic advances eight from Class 1A Byron Sectional

By Curt Herron – for the IWCOA

Here’s a look at the story of the Class 1A Byron Sectional. Usually I’d break everything down a bit more, but the weight-by-weight capsules of the tournament does the job well. 

106 – Augustus Swanson, Princeton

Although he’s only been beaten once this season and is top-ranked at 106, Augustus Swanson isn’t taking anything for granted as prepares to compete in this weekend’s IHSA Class 1A Individuals Finals in Champaign. The Princeton sophomore improved to 32-1 after prevailing 7-5 over Johnsburg freshman Eric Bush in the 106 title match. Swanson, whose only loss came against LeRoy/Tri-Valley’s Brady Mouser, who’s ranked second, in sudden victory in the finals of his own Princeton Invitational Tournament. Swanson, one of four Tigers qualifiers, earned his spot in the finals with a 14-6 major decision over Marian Central Catholic’s Austin Hagevold.

“We have four qualifiers today and I’m going with my practice partners,” Swanson said. “We work really hard in our wrestling room and it prepares us for these finals matches. I did a lot in the offseason and it helps with this and down at state.

Bush (30-4), the lone state qualifier for Johnsburg, advanced to the finals following a 6-0 decision over Aurora Central Catholic’s Vince Hefke. Sophomore Hagevold (34-16) bounced back his semifinal loss to became one of the Hurricanes’ eight state qualifiers and he went on to capture third place by recording a fall in 1:38 over Dakota sophomore Brandon White (37-9).

113 – Anthony Alanis, Marian Central Catholic

Although he’s in a different setting, Anthony Alanis hopes to achieve the same thing that he accomplished last season while at Grayslake Central, which is advancing to the title mat for a third time and winning his second state title. Last year he won the Class 2A title at 106 over Wauconda’s Gavin Rockey, now he hopes to become a Class 1A champion. Alanis, a senior who’s top-ranked his weight, improved to 36-4 after winning a 15-3 major decision over Riverdale’s Tharren Jacobs in the 113 title match. One of five champions and eight qualifiers for Marian Central Catholic, he earned his spot in the finals with his second pin in two matches when he won by fall in 1:39 over Sandwich’s Colten Stone in the semifinals.

“I’m just believing in my coaches and what they’re telling me in the corner and just trusting my work and going out there and putting on a show,” Alanis said. “I just have such good training partners with all of the people that are around me. I like to wrestle with everyone. (His coaches) They’ve been NCAA All-Americans so just to be guided by those type of people who walk me through things in my matches and in practice, so I’m very grateful to have them as my coaches.”

Jacobs (42-2), one of five qualifiers for Riverdale, used two falls to reach the 113 title mat, getting a pin in 5:59 over Oregon freshman Nelson Benesh in the semifinals. Benesh (37-7) assured himself of being one of his team’s three qualifiers when he pinned Kewanee’s Kingston Peterson in the consolation semifinals. Then he closed out his successful tournament run with another fall, this one in 0:46 over freshman Stone (29-17), one of three qualifiers for his team.

120 – Brayden Teunissen, Marian Central Catholic

A year ago, Brayden Teunissen got the opportunity to wrestle on the Class 3A title mat at 106 as a sophomore on the Belvidere co-op team, but his hopes for a title were dashed as St. Charles East’s Dom Munaretto won his 50th-straight match with a 19-7 major decision. One year later and competing for Marian Central Catholic, the junior isn’t worried about running into another competitor like he saw last season at state. He stated his case to be one of the favorites at 120 after capturing a 14-4 major decision over Riverdale’s Dean Wainwright, who won the Class 1A  title at 106 last season to cap a 50-1 debut season. One of the five Hurricanes to win a title, he opened with two falls, getting a pin in 5:08 over Byron’s Jackson Norris in the semifinals.

“It’s really good to have coaches like this that know what they know,” Teunissen said. “They help prepare you with all of your technique and mentally. And I have the best partners and we have so many different styles. It’s really good to have all of your teammates go down there and have the same goals and we’ll just have a great time together.”

Wainwright (42-2), a sophomore who had only suffered one loss before his defeat on the sectional title mat, was one of three finalists and five state qualifiers for Riverdale. He opened with a win by technical fall but then had a battle on his hands in the semifinals before prevailing 5-4 over Lisle Senior sophomore Alexander Ferari. In the third-place match, Ferari (30-5) won a close decision, prevailing 3-2 over another sophomore, Landon Blanton, who competes for a co-op that includes athletes from four schools, Amboy/Ashton-Franklin Center/LaMoille/Ohio. Blanton (35-8) lost his opener and then won his next three matches, securing his trip to state with a 5-3 decision over Norris in the consolation semifinals.

126 – Lincoln Hoger, Wheaton Academy

Lincoln Hoger is excited about what’s happening with the quickly improving program that he’s a big part of at Wheaton Academy. The sophomore has already established a high standard for the school in West Chicago that didn’t have the sport all that long ago after he captured the title at 126 in the Byron Sectional with a 7-0 decision over North Boone’s Gavin Ekberg. Hoger, a sophomore who improved to 38-5, is actually going to be joined at state by a teammate, Chasen Kazmierczak, who took third at 150 and the Warriors nearly had a third qualifier but Will Hupke fell a win short at 132. Hoger followed a fall in his opener with a 12-0 win over Rockridge’s Thomas Soward in the semifinals.

“I don’t think we’ve had that many,” Hoger said of possible Wheaton Academy sectional champions. “We’ve really been stepping it up the past few years with a lot of new incoming people, it’s great. Last year, I was in the finals but I came up short, but this year, I pulled through.” 

Ekberg (36-6), a junior who was the lone sectional qualifier for North Boone, won a 15-9 decision in his opener before recording two falls, with the second of those coming in 1:51 in the semifinals over Oregon’s Preston LaBay. Ekberg hopes to place at state, something that’s only been done by three athletes at the school in Poplar Grove, and was last done by Brandon Briggs in 2015 when he capped a career where he was two-time Class 1A champion and four-time finalist. Rockridge freshman Thomas Soward (36-7) bounced back from his semifinal loss to Hoger to become one of his team’s three qualifiers when advanced to the third-place match, where he won a 6-0 decision over Newman Central Catholic sophomore Zhyler Hansen.

132 – Vance Williams, Marian Central Catholic

After moving up from a fourth-place finish to second place a year ago, there’s only one more spot that Vance Williams has in mind, and it’s being at the top of the awards stand at the IHSA Class 1A Finals this weekend in Champaign. The Marian Central Catholic junior ran into Dakota’s Phoenix Blakely in last year’s state finals at 132 but this year he goes into the competition as the favorite and he seems to be performing at his best at the right time based on his 132 sectional title victory in which he dominated against Newman Central Catholic’s Brady Grennan and ultimately wrapped things up with a fall in 5:18. Williams, who improved to 41-8, was one of five champions and eight qualifiers for the Hurricanes. After winning by technical fall in his opener, Williams had a battle on his hands in the semifinals against Rockridge’s Jude Finch, but ended up winning a 4-2 decision.

“With the newer guys that came in this year, it definitely builds off of it,” Williams said. “Just seeing everyone else build off of each other is just so awesome. (The coaches) They have great wrestling minds and great minds outside of wrestling too, so they’re helping me on and off the mat through everything, and that’s awesome.”

Grennan (41-4), a senior who took third at 120 in 2022 and fifth at 126 a year ago, won a decision and a quick fall before beating Lena-Winslow/Stockton’s Arrison Bauer by technical fall in the semifinals. Both individuals who lost in the semifinals met up for third place and Rockridge junior Jude Finch (39-6), who took third at 126 a year ago, won by fall in 3:54 over sophomore Bauer (39-11). He was one of Rockridge’s three qualifiers while Bauer is one of the four qualifiers for Lena-Winslow/Stockton.

138 – Cooper Corder, Sandwich

Even though he entered with the sectional with a 29-3 record, freshman Cooper Corder was probably not expected to be one of the top contenders at 138 at the Byron Sectional but someone forgot to tell that to the Sandwich freshman who improved to 32-3 and gets to join his senior brother Miles as one of the three qualifiers and only finalist for his team after winning a 5-2 decision over Princeton’s Ace Christiansen in the 138 title match. After opening with a fall, Corder won an 11-7 decision in the semifinals over Marian Central Catholic’s Andrew Alvarado, who took fifth place at 113 last season. 

“I’m super excited,” Corder said of his brother also advancing. “He’s encouraged me a lot to work hard and to get through those losses. It’s awesome to wrestle guys at a high level, I love it. I always try to go out and wish for a good match, I don’t want anything to be too easy.”

Christiansen (35-6), a junior, opened with a fall and then won a 13-2 major decision over Newman Central Catholic’s Briar Ivey before earning his spot in the 138 finals with an 8-2 decision over Byron’s Will Julian in the semifinals. Alverado (33-12), a junior, bounced from his semifinal loss to Corder to that he would advance to state and then pulled out a 4-3 victory over Riverdale junior Kolton Kruse (38-14), one of the Rams’ five qualifiers, who lost 10-9 to Alvarado in the quarterfinals and had to win three-straight matches to earn his trip to Champaign.

144 – Carter Rude, Newman Central Catholic

Ever since falling to Benton’s Mason Tieffel 6-2 in last year’s state championship match at 138, Carter Rude has been on a mission to get back to state and close out his career with a state championship. He definitely put on a good demonstration of where’s at now heading into this weekend’s IHSA Finals after he won the title at 144 with a 3-1 decision over Dakota’s Jason Bowers. After getting a fall in his opener, Rude (42-1) handed Richmond-Burton’s Emmett Nelson, a two-time state finalist, his first defeat of the season when he won a 7-1 decision. Rude, who placed sixth at 126 as a sophomore, hopes to join teammate Brady Grennan as three-time IHSA medalists as they close out their careers at Newman Central Catholic, which is advancing four of its five sectional qualifiers to the IHSA Finals.

“There’s so much depth here that it’s crazy,” Rude said. “That’s all that matters, really, is the last tournament, state. After I got second last year, I was devastated. This sport is the one that matters the most to me and I want to do whatever it takes to get to the top,”

Bowers (23-9), one of three state qualifiers and two finalists for Dakota, hopes to improve how he did a year ago at state, when he took sixth at 138. After edging Erie/Prophetstown’s Wyatt Goossens 3-2 in the quarterfinals, Bowers earned his spot on the 144 title mat with a 7-1 win over Sandwich’s Miles Corder in the semifinals. Corder (38-9), a senior, bounced back his semifinal loss to reach the third-place match at 144 and he won a 14-8 decision over Emmett Nelson (45-2), who took second last year at 126 and second at 113 in 2022 and entered the day with a perfect record and was top-ranked at the weight, just ahead of Rude. Corder joins his freshman brother Cooper, who won the title at 138, as one of three Sandwich state qualifiers.

150 – Blake Smith, Riverdale

Blake Smith realizes that he learned a lot of the skills that he has by being around his brother Brock and Collin Altensey, both IHSA champions in 2022, as well as others like Alex Watson who played significant roles in helping to make Riverdale one of the state’s top 1A programs under longtime Rams coach Myron Keppy, who sadly passed away a short time after retiring at the end of last season. Now with Riverdale alumni and former coach Aron Kindelsperger leading the program with a good staff to assist him, the junior hopes that all of those valuable things that he’s picked up through the years pay off. Smith improved to 46-2 after winning the 150 title by capturing an 11-0 major decision over Richmond-Burton’s Brody Rudkin. Smith only had one other match, winning by fall in the quarterfinals before receiving a forfeit win.

“Our coaches are doing a very good job and they’re helping us every day in practice and getting everyone better,” Smith said. “Coach Kindelsperger, my dad, coach Smith, and coach Zeigler, since the start of the year they’ve been preaching since the start of the season that we’re not here to win matches now, we’re here to win matches in February.”

Rudkin (24-4), a senior who was one of three qualifiers and the lone finalist for Richmond-Burton, opened with two falls, including one in 4:40 over Morrison’s Karder White in the semifinals. The third-place match, which was won by Wheaton Academy junior Chasen Kazmierczak (37-7) with a 6-1 decision over Byron freshman Brody Stien (33-14), featured two individuals who had to work their way through the wrestlebacks. Kazmierczak lost to Smith in the quarterfinals, and then won four-straight matches, following two falls with a win by sudden victory over White. Stien, one of two qualifiers for the host school, lost to White in the quarterfinals and then won his next three matches.

57 – Jimmy Mastny, Marian Central Catholic

While there’s a lot of new people in the lineup for Marian Central Catholic this season, some of those are well known from their success in other settings. But the Hurricanes also have two freshmen in their lineup, Jimmy Mastny and Nic Astacio, that are already starting to make an impact for the program that’s coached by Jordan Blanton and Ryan Prater. Mastny improved to 24-1 after winning the title at 157 with a fall in 1:44 over Oregon’s Anthony Bauer. Mastny, one of five champions and eight state qualifiers for his team, opened with a pair of falls, including one in 4:59 over Lena-Winslow/Stockton’s Jared Dvorak in the semifinals. 

“It’s great, I get to put my hands on them every day and learn how to wrestle,” Mastny said of his coaches. “It’s nice to come together as a team and as individuals and dominate.”

Bauer (34-6), a senior who was one of two finalists and three state qualifiers for Oregon, opened with two falls, including one in 5:57 over Newman Central Catholic’s Daniel Kelly in the quarterfinals before capturing a 4-1 decision over Richmond-Burton’s Isaac Jones. Kelly (41-4), a junior who is one of four state qualifiers for Newman Central Catholic, won his final four matches, with two of those being decisions, including a 5-3 win in the consolation semifinals over Dvorak. In the third-place match, Kelly won a 12-3 major decision over Richmond-Burton senior Isaac Jones (31-18), who edged Sandwich’s Sy Smith 8-7 in the consolation semifinals to earn his trip to state.

165 – Max Astacio, Marian Central Catholic

Max Astacio is happy that he’s been able to attend Marian Central Catholic even though he’s experienced several coaching changes during his time there. But whether it was David Silva, or Fernie Silva or Ryan Prater and Jordan Blanton, he’s benefited from all of those coaches’ efforts as well as his father’s major impact on how good he’s become. The senior who took sixth last year at 160 for his first state medal hopes to add to that this season and that’s a real possibility after he was one of his team’s five champions and eight qualifiers at Byron. He improved to 37-6 after winning 3-1 in sudden victory over Genoa-Kingston’s Brady Brewick in the 165 finals. After getting a pin in his first match, he won a 10-7 decision over Princeton’s Casey Etheridge.

“I’ve had the honor of going under three different coaches at Marian,” Astacio said. “David Silva, his nephew Fernie and then Jordan and Ryan. They’ve all taught me a lot of stuff. But there’s one person that I just can’t thank enough, and is probably one of the coaches as to why I’m here today, and that’s my father, Mario Astacio. He got me in the sport when I was four and no one has taught me more.”

Brewick (38-3), a senior who was Genoa-Kingston’s lone finalist and qualifier. followed a pin with a 6-4 semifinals win over Rockridge’s Ryan Lower.  Only one individual from that school has ever won a medal at Genoa-Kingston, Clay Chaberski took second at 215 in 2010, she he’d like to make some history for his school. Lower (42-3), a sophomore, bounced back from his semifinal loss to take third place after winning a 14-4 major decision over Princeton sophomore Casey Etheridge (30-9).

175 – Eli Larson, Lena-Winslow/Stockton

Although disappointed that Lena-Winslow/Stockton lost its regional at Stillman Valley to Byron by one point, Eli Larson is obviously pleased to be a sectional champion and one of four state qualifiers for the PantherHawks. He improved to 41-5 after winning the 175 title with a fall in 3:18 over Kewanee’s Jamal Lasenby. The sophomore would like to add his name to the long list of Lena-Winslow/Stockton athletes that have won state medals. After opening with a quick fall, he won a 10-6 decision over Riverdale’s Zachary Bradley in the semifinals.

“It’s been a great year so far,” Larson said. “I have just one week left where it all really ends up mattering in the long run. Coach (Kevin) Milder does a great job of getting us ready for these tournaments where it really matters the most.”

Lasenby (18-5), a senior who is relatively new to the sport, joins 215-pounder Alejandro Duarte as state qualifiers for the Boilermakers. Both would like to win a medal in Champaign, a feat that’s only been done by 11 individuals from Kewanee. Lasenby opened with three falls, beating Marian Central Catholic’s Nic Astacio in the quarterfinals and Amboy/Ashton-Franklin Center/LaMoille/Ohio’s Lucas Blanton in 4:40 in the semifinals. For third place, Riverdale senior Zachary Bradley (47-4), one of five state qualifiers for the Rams, won a 4-1 decision over senior Blanton (38-9), whose brother Landon also qualified for state after taking fourth at 120.

190 – Maddux Anderson, Orion

After collecting 44 wins in matches and capturing the 190 title at the Byron Sectional, Maddux Anderson hopes that he can add to his special season by getting a medal in Champaign. The junior won an 8-1 decision over Oregon’s Quentin Berry to win the 190 championship. Anderson joins 215-pounder Aiden Fisher as Orion’s two state qualifiers, opened with a 7-2 decision over Marian Central Catholic’s Dan French and then won by fall in 5:58 over Byron’s Kyle Jones in the semifinals to assure himself a trip to this weekend’s IHSA Finals in Champaign.

“I’m proud this year that I’ve been working a lot harder on staying in good position and working on inside ties and not being in bad positions with other wrestlers,” Anderson said.

Berry (24-9), who joins Nelson Benesh (113) and Anthony Bauer (157) as qualifiers for Oregon, won his first three matches by fall, with the quickest of those pins coming in the semifinals in 2:43 over Richmond-Burton’s Alex Reyna. In the third-place match, Lena-Winslow/Stockton  sophomore Jeremiah Luke won a 10-4 decision over Marinan Central Catholic sophomore Dan French (29-21). Luke nearly didn’t get to the third-place mat. After falling in the quarterfinals to Reyna, who had to win three matches. After getting falls in the first two matches he was trailing Byron’s Kyle Jones (34-6) late in the consolation semifinal but made a last-second move to secure a 4-2 win by ultimate tiebreaker while Jones, who took third at 182 last year, saw his season and high school career end in a heartbreaking fashion in his last match at Byron.

215 – Noah Wenzel, Dakota

Noah Wenzel is a few days away from what he’s been focused on ever since he won his first state title in 2022, and that was to be a three-time IHSA champion. The Dakota senior has definitely put himself in a great position to get the job done this weekend at the IHSA Finals in Champaign after improving to 32-0 by winning with a fall in 3:45 over Lena-Winslow/Stockton’s Michael Haas in the 215 championship match at the Byron Sectional. A state champion at 195 in 2022 and at 220 in 2023, he would join an elite group from his school who won three-straight titles during their careers. One of three qualifiers and two finalists for his team, Wenzel recorded two falls before his finals match, with his pin in the semifinals over Johnsburg’s CJ Ameachi coming in 1:40, which was his fastest fall of the tournament.

“I would say that my top game has gotten a lot better,” Wenzel said. “In previous years and even the start of this year, if you were underneath me and got to under your feet a little bit, you basically got a free point. But this year I’ve definitely worked on keeping the guy down.”

Haas (34-8), one of four qualifiers and two finalists for Lena-Winslow/Stockton, hopes to get his first medal in Champaign this weekend. After opening with a fall, the senior followed with two 9-2 decisions, which included a semifinal win over Stillman Valley’s Braxton Jennings. In the third-place match at 215, Kewanee junior Alejandro Duarte (37-4) won by fall in 0:23 over Orion junior Aiden Fisher (38-11). Duarte fell to Haas in the quarterfinals and then proceeded to record four-straight pins with three those coming in the first period to become one of his team’s two qualifiers. Fisher lost to Wenzel in the quarterfinals and also needed three wins to reach the third-place, with him prevailing 5-4 over Jennings in the consolation semifinals. 

285 – Jaylen Torres, St. Francis

This is unusual territory for St. Francis since it has never had a wrestler who won a state medal but based on how well Jaylen Torres has performed throughout the season, he could definitely make history for his school this weekend at the IHSA Finals in Champaign. And winning a sectional title in one of the top sectionals in the state should provide him with plenty of momentum to accomplish something special. In the 285 title match, Princeton’s Cade Odell gave the St. Francis junior all that he could handle before Torres (16-1) captured a 4-3 win by an ultimate tiebreaker. After opening with an 8-1 decision, Torres faced another tough opponent, Byron’s Jared Claunch, and won 3-1 in sudden victory to earn his spot on the title mat.

“It”s a good environment and all of the coaches just me harder to my limits and past my limits,” Torres said. “They just get me better in each practice.”

Odell (29-2), a junior who was one of three finalists and four qualifiers for Princeton, had two tough matches to reach the finals, winning 4-2 in a tiebreaker over Dakota’s Randy McPeek and the 6-5 in another tiebreaker of Galena’s William Anderson in the semifinals. Byron junior Jared Claunch (29-7), one of his team’s two qualifiers, won by fall in 5:35 over Galena junior Anderson (15-6), who was his school’s lone state qualifier and hopes to make history by becoming the first individual from his school to place at state.

Championship matches from the the Class 1A Byron Sectional

106 – Augustus Swanson (Princeton) 32-1, So. over Eric Bush (Johnsburg) 30-4, Fr. (Dec 7-5)
113 – Anthony Alanis (Marian Central Catholic) 36-4, Sr. over Tharren Jacobs (Riverdale) 42-2, Sr. (MD 15-3)
120 – Brayden Teunissen (Marian Central Catholic) 36-5, Jr. over Dean Wainwright (Riverdale) 42-2, So. (MD 14-4)
126 – Lincoln Hoger (Wheaton Academy) 38-5, So. over Gavin Ekberg (North Boone) 36-6, Jr. (Dec 7-0)
132 – Vance Williams (Marian Central Catholic) 41-8, Jr. over Brady Grennan (Newman Central Catholic) 41-4, Sr. (Fall 5:18)
138 – Cooper Corder (Sandwich) 32-3, Fr. over Ace Christiansen (Princeton) 35-6, Jr. (Dec 5-2)
144 – Carter Rude (Newman Central Catholic) 42-1, Sr. over Jason Bowers (Dakota) 23-9, Sr. (Dec 3-1)
150 – Blake Smith (Riverdale) 46-2, Jr. over Brody Rudkin (Richmond-Burton) 24-4, Sr. (MD 11-0)
157 – Jimmy Mastny (Marian Central Catholic) 24-1, Fr. over Anthony Bauer (Oregon) 34-6, Sr. (Fall 1:44)
165 – Max Astacio (Marian Central Catholic) 37-6, Sr. over Brady Brewick (Genoa-Kingston) 38-3, Sr. (SV-1 3-1)
175 – Eli Larson (Lena-Winslow) 41-5, So. over Jamal Lasenby (Kewanee) 18-5, Sr. (Fall 3:18)
190 – Maddux Anderson (Orion) 44-2, Jr. over Quentin Berry (Oregon) 24-9, Sr. (Dec 8-1)
215 – Noah Wenzel (Dakota) 32-0, Sr. over Michael Haas (Lena-Winslow/Stockton) 34-8, Sr. (Fall 3:45)
285 – Jaylen Torres (St. Francis) 16-1, So. over Cade Odell (Princeton) 29-2, Jr. (UTB 4-3)

Third place matches for the Class 1A Byron Sectional

106 – Austin Hagevold (Marian Central) 34-16, So. over Brandon White (Dakota) 37-9, So. (Fall 1:38)
113 – Nelson Benesh (Oregon) 37-7, Fr. over Colten Stone (Sandwich) 29-17, Fr. (Fall 0:46)
12 – Alexander Ferari (Lisle Sr.) 30-5, So. over Landon Blanton (Amboy) 35-8, So. (Dec 3-2)

126- Thomas Soward (Rockridge) 36-7, Fr. over Zhyler Hansen (Newman Central Catholic) 36-13, So. (Dec 6-0)
132 – Jude Finch (Rockridge) 39-6, Jr. over Arrison Bauer (Lena-Winslow) 39-11, So. (Fall 3:54)
138 – Andrew Alvarado (Marian Central Catholic) 33-12, Jr. over Kolton Kruse (Riverdale) 38-14, Jr. (Dec 4-3)

144 – Miles Corder (Sandwich) 38-9, Sr. over Emmett Nelson (Richmond-Burton) 45-2, Jr. (Dec 14-8)
150 – Chasen Kazmierczak (Wheaton Academy) 37-7, Jr. over Brody Stien (Byron) 33-14, Fr. (Dec 6-1)
157 – Daniel Kelly (Sterling (Newman Central Catholic) 41-4, Jr. over Isaac Jones (Richmond-Burton) 31-18, Sr. (MD 12-3)
165 – Ryan Lower (Taylor Ridge (Rockridge) 42-3, So. over Casey Etheridge (Princeton) 30-9, So. (MD 14-4)
175 – Zachary Bradley (Port Byron (Riverdale) 47-4, Sr. over Lucas Blanton (Amboy) 38-9, Sr. (Dec 4-1)
190 – Jeremiah Luke (Lena-Winslow) 42-6, So. over Dan French (Marian) 29-21, So. (Dec 10-4)
215 – Alejandro Duarte (Kewanee) 37-4, Jr. over Aiden Fisher (Orion) 38-11, Jr. (Fall 0:23)
285 – Jared Claunch (Byron) 29-7, Jr. over William Anderson (Galena) 15-6, Jr. (Fall 5:35)

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