KILJ — New London crowned three individual champions while WACO and Columbus/Winfield-Mount Union each had one at Saturday’s Gary Curtis Invitational at Highland in Riverside.
Marcel Lopez, Dominic Lopez and Josh Glendening all were champions for the Tigers, with Marcel claiming the title with three straight technical falls.
His brother Dominic repeated the feat as well.
Glendening pinned all three of his opponents, winning his final in 1:16.
WACO’s Jonah Clark pinned three opponents including West Branch’s Logan Wright in the championship.
Louiden Huisenga, one of the top freshman in the state, was a runner-up finisher.
Columbus/Winfield-Mount Union senior Lane Scorpil continued his epic final year with a 120-pound championship.
Scorpil registered a 15-6 major decision over Preston Klosterman of Alburnett for the title.
Mount Pleasant’s best finisher was Bowen Davis.
Davis finished third at 138 pounds.
Mediapolis 14th at Ottumwa
The Mediapolis wrestling team finished 14th at the Ottumwa Invitational on Saturday.
Quinten Aney was the Bulldogs lone individual championship for the Bulldogs — picking up a fall, tech fall and a major decision en route to the first place finish.
Lucas Wagenbach finished four at 160 pounds, as well for Mediapolis.
Notre Dame Crowns Five Champions in Maquoketa Valley Invite
The No. 2 ranked Notre Dame Nike wrestling team had five champions on Saturday at the Farr Jebens Invite in Delhi at Maquoketa Valley High School.
Carter West, Blaine Frazier, River Belger, C.J. Walrath and Sam West were all champions.
The Blazers of Dyersville Beckman were the tournament champions, with Notre Dame finishing as runner-ups.
MFL-MarMac placed third.