Prep Wrestling: Area Wrestling from Saturday

Panthers Take 6th at Grinnell

Mount Pleasant finished in 6th place at the Grinnell Tournament this Saturday, losing all five of their duals.

Webster City was the tournament champion, followed up by Bondurant-Farrar and Cedar Rapids Prairie.

Carson Coleman went 3-2 as did Frank Tousignant — both leading Mount Pleasant.

Coleman earned a tech fall and two forfeits. Gannon McNamee earned two fall victories for the Panthers, as well.

New London Earns Five Champions 

New London earned five individual championships and a runner-up team finish at the 14-team North Cedar Invite on Saturday.

Marcel and Dominic Lopez each won titles, as did Josh Glendening, Trent Wilkerson and Mavy Pope.

Solon was the team champion, with 207.5 points.

Belle Plaine finished in third.

WACO Placed Third at Tri-County

WACO received titles from Gage Samo and Louden Huisenga as the Warriors finished third overall in Saturday’s Tri-County tournament.

Samo won his championship match by decision over Joel DeJong of North Mahaska, while Huisenga took down his brother Michael DeJong, 10-4.

Pleasantville was the team champion, followed up by second-place Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont.

ND 5-0; WMU-CC 1-4 at Colfax Tournament

The Notre Dame Nike wrestling team, ranked No. 4 in Class 2A, rolled to a 5-0 team finish at the Colfax-Mingo Duals Saturday.

Blaine Frazier, C.J. Walrath and Isaiah Fenton were all five-time winners for the Nikes, amongst four others.

Columbus Community/Winfield-Mount Union ended 1-4, with their lone team win coming over the hosts.

Lane Scorpil was dominant for the Wildcats, finishing 5-0 with five fall wins.

Aney Dominates at Mid-Prairie 

Quienten Aney was crowned the 138 pound champion at the Colton Allen Memorial tournament at Mid-Prairie High School.

Mediapolis finished sixth in the team standings, with Alburnett taking the tournament championship.

Aney finished 5-0 to win the individual weight class championship, the No. 3 ranked wrestler in his class pinning all five of his opponents.