Holt captures four titles at MICDS tourney

The Holt wrestling team had four individual champions and placed second in the 21-team field at the MICDS Invitational Saturday. The Indians compiled 204.5 points, finishing behind team champ Whitfield, which had 221.5 points. Rounding out the top five were De Soto (165), Fox (158) and Pacific (138). Carter Smith (106 pounds), Nathan Undertajlo (113),

The Holt wrestling team had four individual champions and placed second in the 21-team field at the MICDS Invitational Saturday.

The Indians compiled 204.5 points, finishing behind team champ Whitfield, which had 221.5 points. Rounding out the top five were De Soto (165), Fox (158) and Pacific (138).

Carter Smith (106 pounds), Nathan Undertajlo (113), Max Worth (126) and Colton Hawks (152) all won titles, while Jeff Farris placed second to lead Holt.

Winnetonka Invitational:

Cameron Spires was the lone champion for Timberland in the 15-team field Saturday.

Spires won a 10-9 decision over Seckman’s Cameron Fusco in the title match at 120 pounds. Anthony Pisciotta was the only other grappler to advance to the championship, losing a 7-3 decision to Seckman’s Kai Orine.

As a team, the Wolves placed fourth with 268.5 points. Staley won the team crown with 429.5 points. Park Hill (423.5) and Lafayette (287.5) rounded out the top three.

Girls Swimming

Cape Central Invitational:

Timberland swimmer Marina Pursley placed second in the 50 freestyle and third in the 100 freestyle at Saturday’s meet.

The Wolves wound up fourth in the team standings with 164 points. Liberty was 11th with 82 points and Holt was 18th with 27. Columbia Hickman won the team crown with 323 points.

College Wrestling

Holt product Clay Ream earned Big 12 Co-Wrestler of the Week after picking up three wins over top 15 opponents  last week.

Ream, 157-pound redshirt junior at North Dakota State, shared the honor with Oklahoma State’s Kaid Brock.

Ream holds a 16-3 record this season, including an 11-1 mark in dual matches. He is ranked 19th by InterMat, 17th by Track Wrestling and 15th by FloWrestling.

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