Area wrestling roundup: Four Howard wrestlers claim titles at Madison Invitational
KWLPG places second at Titan Invitational.
MADISON -- Powered by four individual champs, Howard placed second at the Madison Invitational on Saturday. The Tigers finished with 169 points, while Harrisburg won the team title with 205 points.
Howard’s Tate Miller (106 pounds), Riley Genzlinger (132), Lane Miller (145) and John Callies (160) all captured individual championships.
Chamberlain, which finished third in the team standings, had won individual champ in heavyweight Canyon Burkhard.
KWLPG places second at Titan Invitational
PLANKINTON -- Kimball/White Lake/Platte-Geddes finished in second place at the Mount Vernon/Plankinton/Corsica-Stickney Titan Invitational on Saturday.
KWLPG finished with 171 points. Redfield Area (195) won the team title, while McCook Central/Montrose (145) placed third.
KWLPG’s Kasen Konstanz (113), Kyler Konstanz (120), Chase Varilek (132) and Levi Nightingale (195) all won their respective weight classes.
Wessington Springs/Woonsocket/Wolsey-Wessington’s Eric Klanchnik (170) and Quinten Christensen (285) both won titles.
MCM’s Trystan Traupel (106), Burke/Gregory’s Owen Hansen (126) and Marion/Freeman/Freeman Academy/Canistota/Menno (220) also won individual titles.
BHSA’s Gall captures 195-pound title at EPJ tourney
ELK POINT -- Bon Homme/Scotland/Avon’s Jordan Gall claimed the 195-pound title at the Elk Point-Jefferson Tournament on Saturday. Gall picked up a 3-2 decision over Canton’s Josh Merkle. BHSA finished sixth in the team standings with 69 points. BHSA’s Jaymison Bjorum (138) and Isaac Crownover (152) finished second and third, respectively.
Parkston racked up 86 points and finished in third place. Canton (210) and West Sioux, Iowa (111) placed second and third, respectively.
Parkston’s Gavin Braun (106), Wyatt Anderson (113) and Porter Neugebauer (126) all finished in second place. Landon Sudbeck (132) and Noah Mahoney (160) captured third-place finishes.
Wagner’s Jhett Breen (120) and Nolan Dvorak (182) both placed second in their respective weight classes.