Prep wrestling: Waupaca, Chilton-Hilbert second at invites

Prep wrestling: Waupaca, Chilton-Hilbert second at invites

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Prep wrestling: Waupaca, Chilton-Hilbert second at invites

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Waupaca finished second in the Manawa Invitational on Saturday.

The Comets tallied 168 points, just 21 behind champion Oconto. Manawa was third and Winneconne finished fourth.

Logan Bernhardt (113), Guy Tessen (126) and Levi Petroske (160) won championships for Waupaca. Winneconne’s Hunter Messerschmidt (170) and Manawa’s Casey Johnson (220) also won titles.

Omro Invitational

Chilton-Hilbert took second with 219 points and Freedom was third with 171, as Omro won its own tournament with 237 points.

Dillon Koenigs (106), Patrick Breckheimer (132), Jordan Propson (138), Austin Keuler (145) and Josh Hannan (152) took first place for Chilton-Hilbert.

Nolan Gaffney (120), Austin Jensen (126), Adam Vosters (160) took firsts for Freedom.

Trocat Scramble

At Green Bay, Appleton East’s Isaac Burchby finished in first place at 106 pounds.

Burchby, who won three matches by pin, beat AJ Olson of Fox Valley Lutheran 9-4 in the championship match.

Jeremy Novenski (195) and Steven Anderson (285) had third-place finishes for the Patriots, who finished seventh out of nine teams. Olson had the top finish for FVL, which finished ninth.

Rocket Scramble

At Cedar Grove, Shiocton had four wrestlers finish in first place as the Chiefs took sixth out of 13 teams. Brillion was 11th.

Austin Riehl (138), Mason Gomm (170), Henry Fielding (182) and Dominic Gunderson (195) all were unbeaten to take first for Shiocton. Gomm and Fielding both had two pins.

Elliot Piepenburg was third at 160 for Brillion.

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Prep wrestling: Waupaca, Chilton-Hilbert second at invites

Waupaca finished second in the Manawa Invitational on Saturday.

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