Alta-Aurelia had one first, one second, three fourths, one fifth and three sixths on their way to a fifth place showing at 105.
With four top finishers and three runners-up, South Central Calhoun won the meet with a score of 228. Manson Northwest Webster was second at 214, Prairie Valley third at 189, Pocahontas Area fourth at 169, Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire seventh at 79, Southeast Webster eighth at 57, East Sac ninth at 42 and West Bend Mallard 10th at 14.
Riley DaSilva was fourth at 126, finishing 2-2 as he fell to SCC's 7th-ranked Chase Goodman in the quarters. He bounced back with a 19-4 tech fall in the consolation bracket before falling to GT/RA's Austin Thompson by fall. Matt Koenig was fourth at 182, dropping two straight. Caleb Smith was fifth at 138, going 2-2 and securing a first round fall in his final match, and Tyler Stockwell went 1-2 at 285 to take fifth. Kayle Heideman was fifth at 120 as he went 2-2. Jake Simpson was sixth at 160, finishing 1-3 on the day. Ashton Anderson was also sixth at 170, falling in three straight, as did John Matheson at 113 pounds.
Alta-Aurelia was led by Garrett Van Houten's first place finish at 220 as he won by fall over PV's Grant Bockoven in 51 seconds. In the finals, he picked up a 9-7 win over Jeremy Watson of Pocahontas Area, moving Van Houten to 23-6 on the year.
Cody Cameron took fourth at 132 pounds, winning an 8-2 decision in the opener, before falling 16-0 to Logan Peed (27-2). Cameron then went 1-1 in the consolation round to take fourth and move to 17-13 on the season. Dylan Ohlson also took fourth as he fell by pin late in the third in his opener, picked first round pins over East Sac's Andrew Murly and PV's Wyatt Hanna, before falling to GT/RA's Tyler Hoffman by fall a second time to end his afternoon. Manny Murillo was fourth at 160 pounds, finishing 2-2 and losing the third round match to SE Webster's Danny Eslick by fall in 1:49.
Colton Larson took fifth for the Warriors at 106, finishing 0-2 on the day. Jeremiah Ruby took sixth at 152, going 1-3 on the day. Joe Rodriguez was sixth at 195, finishing 1-3. Neal Felton was also sixth at heavyweight, going 1-3.