Blaine Brenner and Russell Dorn captured individual titles to help lift the Stanley-Boyd/Owen-Withee wrestling team to the Cloverbelt Conference championship on Saturday.
Brenner was the champion at 106 pounds, while Dorn took home the title at 132 pounds. Four teammates took runner-up finishes to add points for the co-op.
Stanley-Boyd/Owen-Withee scored 208.5 team points, 26 better than second-place Abbotsford/Colby. Cadott took third place with a score of 176.
Cadott’s Nelson Wahl (145 pounds), Brady Spaeth (160) and James Pfeiffer (170) all won individual titles.
Osseo-Fairchild/Augusta/Fall Creek’s Bret Kostka was the champion at 182 pounds. Tyler Srp (132 pounds) and Payton Kostka (152) of Regis/Altoona claimed runner-up finishes.
Heart O’ North Conference tournament: Bloomer/Colfax’s Sawyer Best (132 pounds) and Mitchel Harmon (138) won individual conference titles.
Ladysmith’s Derick Vollendorf (113), Trent Vollendorf (120) and Wade Stanger (285) also grabbed titles, as did Cumberland’s Reid Olson (145) and Barron’s Tristan Massie (152) and William Waldofski (170). Chetek-Weyerhaeuser/Prairie Farm’s Will Peters won at 160 pounds.
Lakeland Conference tournament: Individual winners were Cameron’s Tanner Gerber (106), Remington Ladd (120) and Cole Rosmos (126), as well as Cornell/Gilman/Lake Holcombe’s Sam Pickerign (132) and Spencer Kraus (160). Flambeau’s Bryce Best won at 195 pounds.
Middle Border Conference tournament: Baldwin-Woodville had winners in Waylon Langer (106), Jacek Nickowski (120), Jordan Bonte (126) and Blaine Guthrie (182).
Hudson 64, Eau Claire North 62: The Raiders overturned a deficit in the final moments of the game, scoring the winner with two seconds left in a pivotal Big Rivers Conference game.
The win put Hudson at 7-2 atop the conference standings and dropped defending champion North to 5-4. The Raiders are a game and a half ahead of both Eau Claire Memorial and River Falls, who both sit at 5-3.
Dalton Banks had a game-high 28 points to lead North. Ashton Kallstrom and Bennett Mayer added 11 apiece. Landon Bilse scored 18 for Hudson.
Chippewa Falls 67, Rice Lake 49: Peyton Rogers-Schmidt poured in 24 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead the Cardinals to a Big Rivers win.
Tyler Robarge added 13 points and five boards for Chippewa Falls. Cole Halvorson led Rice Lake with 16 points, while Peyton Buckley added 15.
River Falls 55, Menomonie 44: The Wildcats got 14 points each from Zac Johnson and Adam Feyereisen in their fifth Big Rivers win. Jed Ogea led the Mustangs with nine.
Immanuel Lutheran 57, Independence 46: Isaiah Plath scored 20, while Gabe Plath and Noah Sydow each added 11 in the Lancers’ second Dairyland Small win of the season. Sam Killian led the Indees with 15.
Fall Creek 68, Alma Center Lincoln 54: Joey Kinderman led the Crickets with 23 points to power a nonconference victory. Jaren Burghardt added 20.
Lincoln’s Ethan Breheim led all scorers with 25 points.
Onalaska 61, Memorial 40: Jessica Massey led the Old Abes with eight points and hit the team’s only 3-pointer.
Wausau West 69, Chippewa Falls 57: Caelan Givens had 22 points for the Cardinals, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the Kadie Deaton and the Warriors. Deaton scored 29.
Prescott 86, Durand 80: Emily Annis scored a career-high 29 points for the Panthers, but the Cardinals got the nonconference victory.
Emma Hansen and Hannah Prissel added 17 and 15 points for Durand, respectively.
Independence 56, Gilmanton 38: The Indees got 14 points from Ziy Conner and 13 from Lynnsey Tuschner in their second win in two days.
Chippewa Falls 6, Bay Port 2: The Cardinals bounced back from a 2-0 defeat against Memorial on Friday night with a one-sided nonconference victory. Jack Schimmel notched a hat trick and two assists, while Isaac Frenette scored twice and Isaac Lindstrom added two assists.
Eau Claire Memorial 4, Rochester Lourdes 1: Trevin Kison, Peyton Platter, Carter Ottum and Andrew Roberts scored as the Old Abes earned a second win in two nights at Hobbs. Memorial got out to a 4-0 lead before Lourdes scored in the final five minutes of the third.
Chippewa Falls/Menomonie 3, Superior 1: Megan Klass, Emelia Bergh and Claire Walter scored as CFM earned its seventh win of the season, the most wins the program has notched in a season since 2012-13.