Trio of Mission/Charlo grapplers place in Class B at state

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Charlo sophomore Liev Smith hustles the ball upcourt against Sydney Jackson of Hot Springs during the Lady Vikes’ Senior Night game last Friday. (Joe Sova/Lake County Leader)

Wrestlers from Northwest Montana fared well at last weekend’s All-Class State Wrestling Tournament at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark in Billings.

In Class B/C action, Mission/Charlo placed 12th in the B team standings with 49 points.

Colstrip won the class with 233 points. Glasgow was next, followed by Columbus/Absarokee, Huntley Project and Eureka rounded out the top five.

In Class C, Arlee was ninth with three points. Circle won the class with 102 points. Superior/Alberton was second followed by Valier, Simms and Cascade.

Mission/Charlo had a trio of grapplers earn state hardware.

Junior Isaiah Alik (41-5) had the best finish of the Bulldogs as he claimed fourth at 170 pounds. He dropped a major decision, 10-2, to Cut Bank senior JR Seewald.

Two others were sixth after dropping fifth-place matches.

At 145 pounds, Darwin Adams (41-11) was pinned by Callan Mears, of Malta/Whitewater.

Junior 152-pounder Isaac DuMontier (33-10) was sixth at 152 after getting pinned by Columbus/Absarokee senior Dylan Raihl.

CLASS B TEAM SCORES

1. Colstrip 233. 2. Glasgow 130. 3. Columbus/Absarokee 128. 4. Huntley Project (Worden) 109. 5. Lincoln County-Eureka 104.5. 6. Broadwater (Townsend) 70. 7. Cut Bank 65. 8. Malta/Whitewater. 9. Forsyth 63. 10. Whitehall 61. 11. Florence-Carlton 55. 12. St. Ignatius (Mission)/Charlo 49. 13. Fairfield 48.5. 14. Shepherd 48. 15. Conrad 46. 16. Thompson Falls/Noxon 43. 17. Choteau 37. 18. Shelby 35. 19. Jefferson 33. 20. Plains/Hot Springs 22.5. 21. Poplar 21. 22. Manhattan 19. 23. Powell County (Deer Lodge) 9. 24. Anaconda 8. 25. Baker 6. 26. tie, Bigfork 0, Harlem 0 and Three Forks 0.

CLASS B/C INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

113

• 1st Place - Tanner Cook of Columbus / Absarokee

• 2nd Place - Roper Mycke of Conrad

• 3rd Place - Trae Thilmony of Thompson Falls

• 4th Place - Tugg Taylor of Circle

• 5th Place - Brady Ellison of Columbus / Absarokee

• 6th Place - Jase Frederick of Poplar

120

• 1st Place - Gunnar Smith of Lincoln Co. (Eureka)

• 2nd Place - Roman Sparks of Thompson Falls

• 3rd Place - Camron Reilly of Forsyth

• 4th Place - Riley Richtmyer of Broadwater (Townsend)

• 5th Place - Zach Valdez of Colstrip

• 6th Place - Cooper Cook of Columbus / Absarokee

126

• 1st Place - Colten Fast of Glasgow

• 2nd Place - Clayton Donally of Huntley Project (Worden)

• 3rd Place - Kyle Durden of Lincoln Co. (Eureka)

• 4th Place - Canyon Casterline of Circle

• 5th Place - Matt Connelly of Valier

• 6th Place - Dalton Brown of Conrad

132

• 1st Place - Connor Johnson of Whitehall

• 2nd Place - Nathan Schmidt of Lincoln Co. (Eureka)

• 3rd Place - Kolter Schipman of Malta / Whitewater

• 4th Place - Cole Becker of Circle

• 5th Place - Mike Wilkinson of Whitehall

• 6th Place - Oden Hallock of Glasgow

138

• 1st Place - Jackson Currier of Colstrip

• 2nd Place - Pete Henderson of Choteau

• 3rd Place - Kaden Zimmerman of Glasgow

• 4th Place - John Cremer of Glasgow

• 5th Place - Josiah Vanderwall of Plains / Hot Springs

• 6th Place - Ron Barnhill of Conrad

145

• 1st Place - Rylin Burns of Colstrip

• 2nd Place - Trey Taylor of Circle

• 3rd Place - Hank Dunn of Lincoln Co. (Eureka)

• 4th Place - Andrew Andersen of Cut Bank

• 5th Place - Callan Mears of Malta / Whitewater

• 6th Place - Darwin Adams of Saint Ignatius / Charlo

152

• 1st Place - Michael Weber of Forsyth

• 2nd Place - Wyatt Brusven of Shelby

• 3rd Place - Austin Vanek of Cut Bank

• 4th Place - Ty Steele of Broadwater (Townsend)

• 5th Place - Dylan Raihl of Columbus / Absarokee

• 6th Place - Isaac DuMontier of Saint Ignatius / Charlo

160

• 1st Place - Ty Bradley of Colstrip

• 2nd Place - Sam Schmidt of Huntley Project (Worden)

• 3rd Place - Avery Meinzen of Florence-Carlton

• 4th Place - Kyle Evans of Cascade

• 5th Place - Paden Vannattan of Forsyth

• 6th Place - Kameron Rauser of Broadwater (Townsend)

170

• 1st Place - Dylan Nieskens of Glasgow

• 2nd Place - Cody Blaede of Colstrip

• 3rd Place - JR Seewald of Cut Bank

• 4th Place - Isaiah Alik of Saint Ignatius / Charlo

• 5th Place - Dillon Anderson of Fairfield

• 6th Place - Stran Selman of Huntley Project (Worden)

182

• 1st Place - Nakoda Siegel of Colstrip

• 2nd Place - Nate Gorham of Shepherd

• 3rd Place - Andres Lopez of Malta / Whitewater

• 4th Place - Trey Green of Superior / Alberton

• 5th Place - Justin Denton of Broadwater (Townsend)

• 6th Place - Henry Koch of Huntley Project (Worden)

205

• 1st Place - Spencer Jones of Florence-Carlton

• 2nd Place - Beau Petersen of Colstrip

• 3rd Place - Brett Monroe of Valier

• 4th Place - Lane Hinderager of Simms

• 5th Place - Jadon Lamb of Broadwater (Townsend)

• 6th Place - Kolter Bouma of Fairfield

285

• 1st Place - Trey Yates of Colstrip

• 2nd Place - Journey Grimsrud of Huntley Project (Worden)

• 3rd Place - Mayson Phipps of Glasgow

• 4th Place - Terry Spotted Wolf of Colstrip

• 5th Place - Carter Beer of Columbus / Absarokee

• 6th Place - Ruebin Swenson of Chester-Joplin-Inverness

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