A pair of Pickaway County teams finished in the top four on Saturday at the Miami Trace Invitational.
The host Panthers topped the 13-school field with 339 points, followed by Hillsboro (240), Westfall (230) and Logan Elm (220).
Westfall’s Gage Bolt won the 165-pound weight class by pinning Miami Trace’s Walker Gilispie in 2:41.
Antony Hoty (113) and Hunter Probasco (285) both finished second for the Mustangs and Jayden Maynard (175) was third.
Gavin Hoover (126) and Hunter Schoenborn (150) each finished second for the Braves and Dawsen Hudson (106) was third.
Vikings, Tigers travel to Plain City
Teays Valley led county schools at the Jonathan Alder Ron Thomas Sr. Invitational by finishing seventh with 125.5 points.
DeSales topped the 26-school field with 223 points, followed by the host Pioneers with 158.5.
Owen Robinette (150) finished second and Aiden Kennedy (157) was third for the Vikings.
“It was a great job with our young kids in the lineup,” TV coach Todd Nace said. “I’m real proud of them all, and a big shout out to Owen finishing second at 150.”
Circleville was 16th with 69 points.
Trentt Fulgham won the 285-pound weight class with a 20-8 win by technical fall against Jonathan Alder’s Dom Kroninger.
The Teays Valley girls traveled to Jackson on Sunday, returning home with a sixth-place showing.
Ava Miller won the 105-pound weight class, Madi Hamilton (145) finished third, and Brianna Grambo (135) and Payton Bish (155) were both fourth.
Aces finish seventh at Athens
Amanda-Clearcreek traveled to The Plains on Saturday and finished seventh with 177.5 points at the Athens’ John Deno Invitational.
New Lexington topped the 16-school field with 334.5 points and Indian Valley was second with 282.
Peyton Beavers claimed the 150-pound weight class with a 9-1 major decision over Bidwell River Valley’s Tanner Young.
Jacob Durr (120) and Bodie Martin (144) both finished third.