Wrightstown easily won the Sgt. Nick Mueller Memorial Tournament on Saturday, scoring 242 points to outdistance Omro in Little Chute
Derick Bader (120 pounds), Darby Schumacher (138), Brady Maes (145), Ben Klister (152), Josh Verbeten (160) and Stetson Burmeister (182) finished in first place for Wrightstown.
Weyauwega-Fremont had three first-place finishers: Cian Fischer (106), Justin Kempf (113) and Dylen Kicherer (220).
Brandon Hietpas of Little Chute took the 285-pound title.
Kimberly finished third in its own 17-team invitational, with Sun Prairie taking home the championship trophy.
Kimberly finished with 353 points, 97.5 points behind Sun Prairie. Appleton North finished 10th with 243.5 points. Freedom was 14th with 152.5.
Both Appleton North and Kimberly had two individual champions.
Jordan Weinzetl at 152 pounds and Blair Mulholland at 195 pounds took first in their respective weight classes for Kimberly. Weinzetl pinned Grafton’s Tommy Makela in 3:02 to win his title. Blair Mulholland won the title at 195 pounds with a 7-4 decision over Dodgeland’s Jaxon Seufzer.
Appleton North’s Ian Laatsch and Brock Danielski finished first. Laatsch defeated Sun Prairie’s Tyler Nelson 13-4 in the 126-pound championship match, while Danielski decisioned Will Van Pietesom of Sun Prairie 4-3 in their first-place match at 170.
Kaukauna rolled to four wins in its own invitational, defeating Franklin 76-3, Hamilton 74-3, Menasha 76-3 and Stevens Point 63-17.
The Ghost had nine wrestlers go 4-0: John Diener, 106; Ty Lee, 126; Trent Leon, 132; Zach Lee, 145 and 152; Jacob Canner, 145 and 152; Drew Krepline, 170; Zach Frassetto, 182; Mason VanAsten, 220; and Keaton Kluever, 285.
Red Raider Duals
At Pulaski, Hortonville went 3-1, losing to Coleman 36-27 in the championship match.
Eric Barnett (106/113), Nathan Lichtfuss (145) and Joe Cliver (152) had 4-0 records for the Polar Bears.
Freedom finished with a 2-2 record and took fourth place.
Garrison Murphy (120) and Seth Vosters (160) had 4-0 records on the day for the Irish.
At Oconto, Shiocton won the team championship with 400 points, beating second-place Tomahawk by 95 points.
Sam VanStraten (145) was named most valuable wrestler for the tournament and was one of six Chiefs to take first place.
Other first-place finishes for Shiocton came from Sawyer Theobald (126), Levi Snortum (138), Billy Reif (152), Mason Gomm (182) and Henry Fielding (220).
Oshkosh West Invitational
Neenah easily won the team title with 501 points, while Appleton North/East was third with 402.
Garner Kohrell of Appleton North/East finished first in the 200-yard freestyle in 1:45.71 and was first in the 100 backstroke in 53.02 seconds. He also swam on the Lightning’s winning 200 freestyle relay and 400 freestyle relay teams.
Matt Wilke of North/East won the diving with a 450.0 score.
Neenah’s Maxwell Boehnlein finished first in the 200 individual medley in 1:57.87 and was first in the 100 breaststroke in 58.52 seconds.
Eli Rocke won the 100 freestyle for the Rockets in 49.68 seconds. Rocke and Boehnlein also swam on the winning 200 medley relay team with Aiden Clark and Jake Enz.