Capac stole the show at the Fighting Irish Duals at Pontiac Notre Dame Prep, going 5-0 on the day as a team to take first place.
The Chiefs had four wrestlers go 5-0 with Ian Detroyer (140), Paul Livermore (152), Jason Tyson (160), and Dylan Wojie (103) leading Capac.
Wojie also impressed by winning his first match of the day with a pin in just seven seconds. Livermore also showed his dominance by winning all five of his matches via pin and reached his 100th career win.
The Chiefs also had seven wrestlers go 4-1 as Justin Lee (112) Thomas Wheeler (130), Carter Smith (145), Josh Skarsvog (189), Danny Navarro (171), Aaron Podgorski (215) and Anthony Trudo (125) shined for Capac.
Cros-Lex takes fifth at Marysville
With a 44-26 win over Clio to end the day, Croswell-Lexington earned fifth place at the Marysville Gatorade Duals.
Collin Lieber (160) was the man for the Pioneers, going 5-0 on the day. Tim Eagle (103), Garrett Gelinski (125), Paul Scarmuzzino (145), Keagan Silverthorn (160) and Francisco Puebla also had solid days, going 4-1.
“We wrestled well with some big name schools here,” Pioneers coach Joe Lilly. “I feel like we finished where we should have, we wrestled well.”
Marysville also placed eighth overall on the day after falling to Caro in the seventh place match. With the shorthanded roster, head coach Rocky Palazzolo thought his team had an OK day on the mats.
“We have a lot to work on,”Palazzolo said. “We have four starters out of the lineup who would make a difference … with what we had, I thought we maybe should have squeaked a few more out, but this tournament gets tougher and tougher every year.”
Flint Kearsley was the team that took the title, topping Eisenhower in the final match, 42-34.
Algonac went 3-2 overall on the day, as Shane Asselin and Mike Nykoriak went 5-0 in the tournament. Mark Langewicz and Brendan Budzeak also went 4-1 on the day.
Yale takes 13th in Williamston
Yale placed 13th at the Jim Mooney Classic in Williamston, and Jeff Schutt led the way by earning third in the 145 division.
Troy Bundon also took fourth in the 140 division, and Brady Bischer placed fifth in the 160 division.