by Colin Pfeiffer
High Plains competed well over they weekend while wrestling schools from classes A, B, and C. Logan Russell and Payton Stevens both went 8-0, while teammates Kyle Stevens went 7-1 and Clay Church went 5-3.
Wood River Invite:
Amherst finished 2nd as a team behind Class C Ord. Amherst was not at full strength this weekend as they were without the services of freshman 106 #5 Isaiah Shields.
113- Class C #6 Lee Carlson defeated #1 Salvador Aguirre 3-0
120- #5 Breidyn Cumpston defeated C #3 Anton Carlson by Fall
170- #1 Kalen Klingelhoefer defeated Class C 182 #6 Daniel Duffy
195- Ethan Gabriel Defeated #1 Dane Bogard 7-3
A tournament that featured many class D team was won by Class C Cross County. Class D top ten teams Palmer, East, Butler, and Elkhorn Valley finished 3,4,5 respectively.
106- Preston Acton Southern defeated #4 Breckin Ratkovec East Butler 4-3
132- Jaun Lasso Nebraska Christian defeated 138 #5 Kale Fisher Harvard 8-5
145- Jayden Elge returned to action this week defeating Josh Mcfarland Elkhorn Valley and #4 Spencer Wichmann Palmer by fall.
145- Josh Mcfarland Elkhorn Valley defeated #4 Spencer Wichmann Palmer 8-6 in Sudden victory
145- 132 #3 Dalton Bohac East Butler Defeated Josh McFarland Elkorn Valley 8-0
145- C#4 Alex Dubas Defeated Spencer Wichmann Palmer 2-0 in Sudden Victory
152- Miles Kulhanek Howells Dodge defeated Connor Donscheski Palmer by fall
Plainview finshed 3rd in a tight team race that separated them by 7.5 points from Champion Battle Creek and 2 points behind runner-up and defending class C champion David City
120- #1 Dom Rickard defeated Class C #6 Noah Styskal David City 6-4 in SV
126- Justin White David City defeated 120 #6 Dylan Swenson Oakland Craig by Fall
138- Christian Miller defeated C#6 Preston Bussey Battle Creek 15-0
145- #2 Cole Aschoff Plainview defeat C138 #1 Melvin Hernandez David City 9-6
Other News and Notes:
Burwell Dominated the Sargent invite behind their 3 #1 ranked wrestlers in Torey Huffman 182, Tyler Gideon 220 and Thomas Hughes 285.
Cam Wilkenson of Neligh Oakdale was started the season strong returning to the 106 pound weight class
Trevor Nelson appears to be set to competing at 113 this season