The Warriors were led by 120-pounder Jorge McDonald and 170-pounder Jackson Rosenthal as they both finished 2-0. McDonald pinned Ridge View's Dylan Richards in 26 seconds, and won a major decision over Manson's Harley Janssen, 15-4. Rosenthal pinned Manson's Alex Riecks in 2:47 and won by tech fall over Cherokee's Mason Meitzenheimer, 20-5.
Finishing 2-1 was Dylan Ohlson at 152, Manny Murillo at 160, Joe Rodriguez at 195, and Garrett Van Houten at 220. Junior Molina was 2-2 at 145.
For the year, Van Houten leads the team with a 16-4 record. McDonald has gone 4-1 in limited action. Cameron is 11-7, Ohlson 10-4, Larson 9-8, Murillo is 7-10 and Rosenthal 5-3.
The Raptors placed third or better at 10 weight classes on their way to a second place finish Saturday.
The Raptors were led by 4th-ranked Michael Davidson at 220-pounds as he claimed first overall with first round pins of A-W's Trevor Hansen (1:25) and Manson's Bryce Birkey (0:26), before topping A-A's Van Houten in 3:17.
Nathan Myrice went 1-1 to take second at 285, and Henry Sippel picked up a pair of pins at 195, before falling to Akron-Westfield's 8th-ranked Chet Willer in 0:55 to finish second.
Third place also went to Tylar Hansen at 145 as he finished 3-1 on the day, Peyton Boyle at 126 as he went 1-1, Dillon Kunneke at 182 as he went 1-1, Kelby Wunschel at 106 as he went 1-1 and Zach Kenny at 113 as he went 0-1.
Taking fourth for the Raptors were Dylan Richards at 120 (0-2), Tristin Stibbens at 132 (2-2) and Tyler Pickhinke at 170 (0-2). Joe Kenny was fifth at 152 (1-2).
The Raptors were also in dual action Monday, topping Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto, 45-33.
Wunschel fell 10-3 at 106, Zach Kenny lost by fall in 0:47 at 113, Boyle won 6-2 at 126, Stibbens and Jason Kenny won by forfeit at 132 and 138, Hansen lost by fall in 1:46 at 152, Dru Kenny won y fall in 0:58 at 160, Pickhinke won by fall in 5:00 at 170, Kyle Schiernbeck lost by fall in 1:37 at 182, Sippel won by fall in 1:21 at 195, Davidson won via forfeit at 220 and Myrice won by fall in 2:39 at 285.
The Raptors (9-3) return home Thursday night to take on Cherokee and Marucs-Meridan-Cleghorn.
Alta-Aurelia is off until the conference tournament Saturday in Laurens.