Cass wrestling fourth at Allatoona Parlay Invite; Woodland fifth at Graves Invitational in Florida
The Cass wrestling team finished fourth at the Parlay Invitational at Allatoona High School this weekend.
Due to some recent injuries, the Colonels sent only eight individuals to the tournament.
Tripp Breeden won the 195-pound weight class to lead Cass. Seven Richard (285-pound division), Houston Jones (170), Ben Mills (113), and Nick Mills (106) each placed second. Jaylen Callahan was third in the 145-pound weight division. Kendall Arnold was fourth at 160-pounds, and Dallas Huston placed sixth in the 220-pound division.
The younger wrestlers for Cass competed in the varsity Sequoyah Duals and won three of five matches. Cass had wins over Andrews (NC), Osborne, and Rabun Gap. The Colonels lost to Franklin County and were narrowly edged by Johns Creek by two points.
The Colonels will be back in action this coming week on Thursday at Armuchee in a quad-match against Armuchee, Rockmart, and Darlington. On Friday, one squad will head to the McCallie School in Chattanooga while the other squad will wrestle on Saturday at Pepperrell High School.
Woodland placed fifth as a team Saturday at the Jim Graves Invitational hosted by Brandon High School, just outside of Tampa, Florida.
The tournament drew 15 teams from Georgia, Alabama, and Florida.
Camden County (GA) won the tournament with South Dade (FL) finishing second. Southwest (FL) was third and host Brandon (FL) placed fourth.
Kyle Gollhofer was runner-up in the 113-pound division for Woodland. Dawson Woods (138), Cody Cochran (160), and Hunter Hardin (220) each placed third in their respective brackets.
Fourth place finishers for the Wildcats were Gavin Nix (106), Vinnie Rosati (126), and Brody Williams (182). Jesus Montero (120) and Kurtis Feanny were sixth. Blake Cash (132) and Kyle Veley (145) finished seventh. Jacob Welch (152) placed 11th.
Woodland will travel to the McCallie Invitational this Friday and Saturday in Chattanooga.
The Adairsville wrestling team had two competitors to place at the Dalton Carpet Classic Saturday.
Bryce Burgess finished third in the 160-pound class. Tristen Garner finished fourth in the 195-pound division.