All four local high school wrestling teams competed Saturday in separate tournaments.
The Lansing High School Lions might have had the best day of the bunch, after winning the Eudora Tournament.
The Lions were in first place after Friday’s competition and finished with a 1.5-point win.
Individual highlights for LHS:
• Michael Olsen placed first at 152 pounds after going 13-0 for the tournament.
• Mason Naphy went 12-1 and took first place at 285 pounds.
• At 220 pounds, Hector Porter took third after going 13-2.
• Cole Hoing finished third at 138 pounds after going 12-3.
• Brock Budke went 10-4 and took fourth at 113 pounds.
• Caleb Ward also had a fourth place finish after going 11-3 at 195 pounds.
• At 126 pounds, Sky Summers placed fifth and went 10-5.
• Alex Diaz went 9-5 at 182 pounds and finished sixth.
• Carson Rhoads (120 pounds), Jordan Girard (132 pounds) and Will Gering (145 pounds) each finished eighth in their weight classes.
• Josh Forrest (106 pounds), Juston Smith (160 pounds) and Andrew Redden (170 pounds) each placed 24th in their weight classes
The Lions compete next at 9 a.m. Saturday at Emporia.
Pleasant Ridge High School had five wrestlers earn top five finishes in the Sabetha Tournament.
• Brandon Broddle finished second at 120 pounds after wins over Sabetha and Atchison, and a loss to Wamego in the championship match.
• Nick Hyde finished second at 145 pounds after two wins before a loss in the championship match.
• At 182 pounds, Robert McManigle finished third after going 3-1.
• Nick Stiver finished fourth with a 2-2 record at 220 pounds.
• At 113 pounds, Jacob Gum placed fifth with a 2-2 record.
The Rams will host a tournament at 9 a.m. Saturday.
The Immaculata High School wrestling team competed in the Onaga Tournament.
Max Campbell finished second in pool A at 160 pounds, and Bruce Stanley finished fourth at 152 pounds.
Leavenworth High School competed in the Shawnee Mission Northwest Tournament.
Nathan Graves got wins against Royal Valley and Shawnee Mission North. Brad Young and Austin Tresner each picked up a win at 113 pounds and 182 pounds, respectively.
The Pioneers will compete Friday and Saturday at the Lee’s Summit Holiday Tournament.