Prep wrestling: Pittsville wrestlers earn win at Kickapoo

Prep wrestling: Pittsville wrestlers earn win at Kickapoo


Prep wrestling: Pittsville wrestlers earn win at Kickapoo


KICKAPOO – Scott Worlund (113), Olie Voight (195) and James Lassa (220) all won individual championships to lead the Pittsville wrestlers to the team title with 183.5 points at the Lee Griffin Invitational on Saturday.

Worlund improved to 26-3, while Voight is now a sparkling 28-1 and Lassa’s record improved to 25-3.

Finishing second for Pittsville were Jared Fox (126), Eddie Kleinhenz (132) and Nathan Potter (160)

Fred Lehrke Invite

WESTON – Individual champion Dondtrick Tackes (195) improved to 18-0 on the season and the Tigers finished fifth in the team standings with 323 points at the Lehrke Invite.

Anthony Christmas (106), Anthony Glinecki (113) and Alex Heiden (132) all placed second, while Phil Serchen (126), Kellen Bornbach (170) and Hunter Kaufmann (220) all finished third.

Auburndale’s Lane Schuld (120) and Paul Willfahrt (132) both placed third, while Aaron Cole (132) and Tony Kontney (182) both finished sixth for Rosholt.

Team scores: 1. Pulaski 573; 2. Wittenberg-Birnamwood 444; 3. D.C. Everest 378; 4. Sun Prairie 347; 5. Stratford 323; 6. Crandon 279; 7. Denmark 259; 8. CLintonville 149; 9. Auburndale 146; 10. (tie) Antigo and Rosholt 90.

N/G/L dual tourney

NEILLSVILLE – Nekoosa/Port Edwards went 4-0 to take the team title at the Neillsville/Greenwood/Loyal tournament. Athens went 4-1, the host Warriors finsihed 2-2, Medford 1-3 and Abbotsford/Colby 0-4.

Cheesehead Classic

KAUKAUNA – Freshman Patrick Spray placed eighth at 106 pounds to lead Wisconsin Rapids to a 27th place finish with 104 pounds at the Cheesehead Classic, a 28-team national caliber tournament.

Jordan Scalice placed 10th at 138 pounds, while Cody Abel (170) and Beau Thompson (195) both placed 14th to finish in the top half of their respective weight classes.

Southeast Polk, Iowa, ranked 38th in the nation by Amateur Wrestling News in the latest Prep Top 40 poll, won the tournament with 593 points, while the top Wisconsin team was Division 2 power Luxemburg-Casco which finished 12th.


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