Camdenton takes 10th at MICDS Tournament

Camdenton hit the mats with 21 other schools over the weekend at the MICDS Tournament where the Lakers finished 10th in the final standings with just six wrestlers and 89 team points. Whitfield won the tournament with 230 points respectively.

Camdenton’s Gabe Blain (34-9) had the best finish of the day as he took second in the 138-pound weight class with a pin, a 3-1 decision and a 5-0 decision before falling in the championship in a tough 2-1 decision defeat.

Grant Garrett (37-7) finished third in the 106-pound class with four pins. Jesus Ramirez (33-10) took fourth at 152 with two pins, a 6-3 decision and medical forfeit. Jacob Fuglsang (24-16) earned sixth at 113 with a pin, Ryan Rothove (24-10) took seventh at 132 with three pins and Winton Neal (28-11) also finished seventh at 145 with a pin, a 10-0 major decision and a 9-0 major decision.

Camdenton will be back in action on Monday to host Rolla and Sedalia at 5 p.m.

Eldon drops three duals in quad at Mexico

The task was tough for Eldon Friday night in a quad at Mexico against the Bulldogs, Centralia and Sullivan. The Mustangs dropped three duals the night before at Helias and had five to six open spots in their lineup once again, but looked to make the most of it. Eldon fell to Centralia 54-19, Mexico 53-23 and Sullivan 54-27.

Isaiah Simmons got things started for Eldon against Centralia as he picked up a pin in the 120-pound match. Scott Johnson (285) also picked up a pin while Hunter Waller (145) won an 18-7 decision and Dawson Brandt (182) earned a 6-0 decision.

Brandt (182) earned another pin in the next bout against Mexico while Shane Strickland (106) picked up an 18-3 technical fall, Brent Mullett (152) won an 8-6 sudden victory, Kaden Dillon (195) won a 3-1 sudden victory and Simmons (120) picked up a forfeit.

In the final dual of the night, Simmons (120) stayed unbeaten with a pin along with Brandt (182). Johnson (285) won a 6-5 decision and Aiden Gerber (126) and Dillon (220) picked up forfeits.

Eldon will be back in action Tuesday night for a Lake area battle at Versailles with Osage. Matches are scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m.

Versailles takes on quad with Eldon, Helias and Marshall

Versailles was in quad action at Helias on Thursday where the Tigers finished 1-2 with a 58-21 win over Eldon, a 53-27 loss to Helias and a 44-28 defeat to Marshall.

Kesten Benton picked up a pin against Eldon in the 126-pound weight class while Gage Ward (152) and Dallas Waller (160) also picked up pins. Kooper Wilson (145) won a 15-2 major decision and Ben Dornan (113), Brycen Reynolds (132), Nicolas Blakely (138), Kendall Cann (170), Riley Rademann (195) and Walker Schotte (220) all picked up wins via forfeit.

Against Helias, Wilson (138) earned a pin along with Michael Trotter (182) while Rademann (195) took a 7-1 decision and both Schotte (220) and Joseph Shady (285) took forfeit victories.

In the final bout, Payton Lafoy picked up a pin at 120 against Marshall while Trotter (182), Rademann (195) and Schotte (220) also finished with pins. Wilson (138) stayed unbeaten for the night with an 11-1 major decision as well.

Versailles will return to the mats Tuesday night to host Osage and Eldon in a battle for Lake area bragging rights at 5:30 p.m.

Osage topples Boonville

School of the Osage was in Boonville Thursday night for a battle with the Pirates and Southern Boone.

The Indians knocked off Boonville 47-27, but results against Southern Boone were not available at the time of press.

Tristan Satterlee picked up a pin in the 126-pound match against the Pirates while Ozuye Johnson did the same at 195 and Kaleb Dodson (160) won a 19-4 technical fall. Meanwhile, Alana Douglas (113), Kody Dowell (120), Steven Crosby (132), Jack Creasy (138) and Tyler Dimmick (182) all picked up forfeits.

Osage will visit Versailles Tuesday night at 5:30 p.m.