KINGSLEY, Iowa — The West Sioux High School wrestling team won the Kingsley-Pierson Krosch Invitational on Saturday, as the Falcons scored 229.5 points.
The Falcons beat the Panthers, who scored 181.5 points.
West Sioux sent seven wrestlers to the first-place spot at the podium.
Those seven were: Braden Graff (113 pounds), Drayven Kraft (120), Cameron Clark (126), Mikey Baker (132), Cullen Koedam (145), Carson Lynott (182) and Juan Topete at 195 pounds.
Six of those seven championship decisions came by way of pinfall.
Akron-Westfield placed third with 167 points, ahead of Sioux City East with 153 points.
The Westerners had a couple of champions, as Cael Morrow won at 106 and Lane Kenny at 170.
Damon Schmid (138) and Kole Reis (160) won their divisions at their home mat.
SIOUXLAND CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT: Central Lyon/George-Little Rock won on Friday, amassing 215 points en route to the team title.
The Lions edged Sheldon/South O'Brien by 20 points.
The Lions had 13 wrestlers get onto the podium. Kalen Meyer and Dylan Winkel won individual titles for CL/G-LR. Meyer won at 170 while Winkel won at 220.
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Donovan Morales (120), Graham Eben (145) and Josh Riibe (195) all placed second for the Lions.
Sheldon/South O'Brien had four champions. Osvaldo Ocampo won at 113, Coy DeBoer at 120, Cason Johannes at 145 and Jarrett Roos at 160.
Sioux Center placed third at 162, and West Lyon scored 154 points in fourth place.
MONARCHS PLACE 10TH AT H-10: Denison-Schleswig's Hugo Medina was the highest place finisher for the Monarchs on Saturday, as he finished in fourth at 120.
The Monarchs scored 46 points, good for 10th place. Creston/Orient-Macksburg won the meet with 257.5 points.