Eastern Midlands Conference Tournament:
Gretna used five champions and four runner-ups to win by 79.5 points over team runner-up Bennington. Van Schmidt (113), Tristan Towey (132), Cody Everhart (152), Lance Jarrett (160), and Grant Bruner (195) were the Dragons champions.
Josh Pokorny (145) and Tyson Bruce (220) won titles while three others finished as runner-ups for the Badgers. Jackson Nielsen of Blair pinned top-ranked Larsen in sudden victory of the 106 finals off a quick double leg shot. Walker Moore of Blair (120) Andrew Nielsen of Plattsmouth (126), Kaleb Canoyer of Waverly (138), Kole Gray of Plattsmouth (170) and Dalton Williams of Nebraska City (285) were the other individual champions.

Notable Results:
106- UR Jackson Nielsen won by fall in 6:17 over #1 over Chase Larsen
113- #1 Van Schmidt won by fall in 2:25 over #4 Anthony Long
120- #1 Walker Moore won by fall in 0:43 over #5 Broc Hall
120- #3 Ronald Taylor won 2-0 over #5 Broc Hall
120- #1 Walker Moore won 3-1 over #2 Trevor Fauver
126- #2 Andrew Nielsen won 5-4 over #3 Tyler Cunningham
132- #5 Tristan Towey won 4-3 over #4 Devin Delancey
132- #4 Devin Delancey won by fall in 1:30 over #6 Brody Bashus
152- #5 Cody Everhart won 9-7 over #2 Logan MacDonald
195- #1 Grant Bruner won 8-2 over #5 Carter Anderson
285- #3 Pat Arnold won 3-2 over #6 Cory Harper
285- #1 Dalton Williams won by fall in 1:43 over #3 Pat Arnold

River Cities Conference Tournament:
Skutt Catholic used nine individual champions and three other top 4 finishers to
win this 7-team tournament. Joey Orsi (113), Nicholas Stoltenberg (120), Korbin Meink (126), Stone Mendez (132), Peyton Meink (138), Billy Higgins (160), Curt Randall (170), Eli Jansen (182), Danny Thompson (195) and Trent Hixson (285) all won titles for the Skyhawks. Tanner York (106), Dylan Bassinger (145), and David Duncan (220) were Beatrice’s champions while six others finished as runner-ups for the 2nd place Orangemen.

Notable Results:
160- #1 Billy Higgins won 7-1 over #4 Jacob Pinkerton

GNAC Tournament:
Scottsbluff brought 8 wrestlers to this conference tournament and finished 39 points out of 2nd place over class A title contender Kearney. The Bearcats show that their firepower cannot be denied as all eight wrestlers finished in the top two of their weight classes with Devon’Tae Gutierrez (126), Ben Rodriguez (145), Salem Harsh (182), and Garrett Nelson (220) winning titles. Lexington had 3 champions with Austin Probasco (138), Tomas Margritz (152) and Pierro Garcia (160) winning their weight classes. For Hastings, Bryce Brown (106) and Damen Pape (170) continued their dominant freshman campaigns winning their weight classes and extending their combined season record to 69-3.

Notable Results:
106- #4 Bryce Brown won 5-3 over A#3 Brayden Smith
106- #4 Bryce Brown won 7-0 over #5 Andy Rojas
145- #1 Ben Rodriquez 16-1 over A#2 Teontae Wilson
152- #4 Tomas Margritz won 16-1 over A#5 Carson Zwingman
160- #6 Sabastian Harsh won by fall in 5:27 over A#2 Trey Grube
160- UR Pierro Garcia won 4-0 over A#2 Trey Grube
160- UR Pierro Garcia won by fall in 5:29 over #6 Sabastian Harsh
182- #2 Salem Harsh won 7-0 over A#4 Alexander Thompson
195- UR Kobe Paez won 13-9 over A#5 Sean Jackson
220- UR Garrett Nelson won 3-2 over A#2 Wyatt Olcott
285- #5 Genaro Gurrola won 5-2 over A#2 Cy Marshall

Southwest Conference Tournament:
Gothenburg finished 3rd in this 8-team tournament led by champion Noah Gugleman (195) and runner-ups Trevor Holley (113), Wyatt Hotz (120), Bryce Larson (126) and Patrick Peterson (170). McCook finished 4th on the strength of champion Kaleb Taylor (220) and runner-ups Carson Richards (106), Eric Langan (182) and Colin Giron (285). Zeke Derr (182) was Cozad’s lone champion and four others finished 3rd for the Haymakers. Dylon Zink (138) finished 2nd and Brandon Bush (145) finished 4th for Ogallala.

Notable Result:
182- #5 Zeke Derr won 7-0 over #4 Eric Langan


Crusader Invitational (Grand Island CC):
Columbus Scotus finished 4th in this 16-team tournament with Daniel Tworak (1st at 106) leading the way along with runner-up finishers Jeffery Wheelock (132), Tyler Brandenburg (138), Layton Mullinix (145), Dillon Muchmore (152) and Wyatt Gutzmer (220). West Point-Beemer finished 7th in the team standings with Riley Berg continuing his undefeated season winning the title at 138, while Dylan James finished 3rd at 152. For Omaha Concordia, Nicholas Asche finished 3rd, losing only to the 4th ranked wrestler in class C.

Notable Result:
106- UR Daniel Tworak won 14-9 over C#4 Colton Rowse


Wakefield Tournament:
Winnebago finished 8th in this 10-team tournament being led by Derrell Zagurski who used 5 first period falls to win the title at 285 and extend his season record to 41-7. Prosper Gilpin placed 2nd at 220 earning 3 falls along the way.


Central Conference Invite (Grand Island Northwest):
Schuyler won the team title with eleven wrestlers placing in the top 4 and were led by individual champion Miguel Roman (132). Ernesto Chacon (113), Mario Venzor (138) and Jesus Maganda (220) finished as runner-ups for the Warriors. York finished 23 points behind them on the strength of ten top-4 finishers in with Scott Fulsos (138) as their lone champion. Angelo Lara (170) and Tom Friend (182) finished as runner-ups for the Dukes. Holdrege had the most individual champions with Prestin Melroy (170) Bronson Titus (220) and Hunter Brenn (285) winning their brackets. Shawn Buchanan of Crete (106), Grayson Fries of Northwest (113), Jacob Kubicka of Adams Central (120), Gage Perry of Columbus Lakeview (126), Tristan Snover (145) of Seward, Zeth Gerkensmeyer of Columbus Lakeview (152), Logan Craig of Seward (182), and Ethan Sherman of Crete (195) were the other individual champions.

Notable Results:
106- #3 Shawn Buchanan won by fall in 3:18 over C#2 Koby Brandenburg
126- UR Gage Perry won by fall in 0:28 over #6 Carter Thompson
145- #5 Tristan Snover won 6-1 over #6 Drew Schaad

Southeast Invitational (Yoder, WY):
Alliance defeated Sidney 39-33 to win this 16-team dual tournament. Gering finished in 3rd, while Chadron finished in 7th place.

Undefeated Records (2 or matches contested:
106- Paul Houser of Sidney went 4-0
106- Jr Aguilar of Gering went 3-0
113- Evan Steggs of Alliance went 5-0
120- Trey Arellano of Sidney went 5-0
126- Kaden Vowers of Sidney went 2-0
126- Aaron Tovar of Gering went 5-0
132- KC Higer of Sidney went 4-0
132- Joe Ritzen of Chadron went 3-0
138- Jorgen Johnson of Alliance went 2-0
145- Jake Lemmon of Chadron went 3-0
145- Rey Valdez of Alliance went 2-0
152- Derek Robb of Sidney went 5-0
160- Danny Vallejo of Alliance went 2-0
182- Lance Cattin of Chadron went 4-0
195- Jack Hinrichs of Sidney went 2-0
285- Nathan Lauder of Alliance went 4-0

Ashland-Greenwood Dual Tournament:
Boys Town won this 6-team tournament by outscoring their 4 opponents 247-126. Their closest match was 39-34 over Arlington.

Undefeated Records:
113- Garrett Johnson of Platteview went 3-0
120- Tony Chol of Boys Town went 3-0
145- Daquandre Perry of Boys Town went 4-0
182- Trevor Nichelson of Ashland-Greenwood went 3-0
195- Trevor walton of Boys Town went 4-0
220- Erik Pike of Ashland-Greenwood went 5-0
285- Dominick Barrett of Boys Town went 2-0

ECNC Invite:
Auburn finished 2nd in this 15-team tournament only 3 points out of first place.
Diangelo Aldana (120) and Trenton Ford (132) won individual titles, while Drew Keller (126), Johnny Gill (160), and Robert Liles (285) finished as runner-ups.

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