The Laker girls swept the competition with a pair of 48-0 shutouts and the boys knocked off Rock Bridge 62-18 while falling to Helias 42-27.

Camdenton had a fairly solid day on the mats in a triangular at Columbia Thursday night with Rock Bridge and Helias.

The Laker girls swept the competition with a pair of 48-0 shutouts and the boys knocked off Rock Bridge 62-18 while falling to Helias 42-27.

The Camdenton girls went uncontested against Helias as Ashlynn Hughes, Trinity Covard, Taylor Mustain, Alicia Smythe, Tea Delgado, Aeryn Kennedy, Belle Simpson and Haleigh Vanskike all had open matches. The only contested bout of the evening resulted in Mustain’s pin fall over her Rock Bridge opponent in the 115-pound weight class while her teammates all went uncontested once again.

Kaden Stivers got the boys off to a good start against the Bruins of Rock Bridge by winning a 9-0 major decision in the 106-pound class. Grant Garrett (138) won a 16-7 major decision, Kaiden Davis (195) won by pin fall and Dakota Davis (285) also won by pin fall. Cooper Rhodenhizer (120), Aidan Neal (126), Cale Bentley (132), Jacob Ziegler (145) Garrett Stark (152), Mason Draper (182) and Jacob Mullen (220) all went uncontested with forfeit wins and Rock Bridge picked up an open weight class as well with the only contested wins coming with a pin fall over Gunner Morris at 160 and Bryce Leuenberger at 170.

The Lakers were locked in a tougher battle with Helias as the Crusaders won the first five matches of the night. Garrett was able to put Camdenton on the board with a 5-3 decision at 138 while Draper (182) won a 9-2 decision and Davis (195) captured a 4-0 decision. Leuenberger went uncontested at 170 and Mullen (220) and Davis (285) went uncontested.

Helias picked up wins with pin falls over Stivers (106), Jacob Fuglsang (113), Rhodenhizer (120), Neal (126), Ziegler (145) and Dakota Boller (152). The Crusaders also managed to gain a 5-2 decision over Bentley (132) and a 9-6 decision over Morris (160).

Camdenton was scheduled to wrestle Republic and Neosho on Tuesday and the boys will take on the Republic Tournament this weekend while the girls battle in a tournament at Branson.