47th annual Tri-State Invitational wrestling tournament: Libby wrestlers place 52

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COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho — Flathead, led by individual winner Tucker Nadeau at 182 pounds, placed second in the team standings at the 47th annual Tri-State Invitational wrestling tournament on Saturday.

Post Falls, Idaho, with a 220 score, captured the team title. Flathead, 173.5, was next and Moses Lake, Washington, 156, wound up third.

Havre, 151, was a strong fourth.

Polson, 89, finished in a tie for 29th place. Libby, 20, was 52nd.

Post Falls was second at this event last year after winning it in 2014 and 2015.

Nadeau decisioned Masin Sabin of White River 8-3 in the championship session.

He was Flathead’s lone finalist.

Flathead had seven individuals place in the two-day event. Brendan Barnes (98) and Alex Paull (285) were both third, Tanner Russell (145), Payton Hume (170) and Mile Lee (285) all finished fifth while Bryce Schaffer (113) was eight.

“Tri-State is always a stiff challenge and we had a lot of good matches,” Libby Coach Kelly Morford said vis email. “Regardless of wins and losses, it was a good weekend for guys like Laine who wrestled some close matches. Buddy wrestled really tough all weekend. The only real disappointment he had was his quarterfinal match. That kid was tough and ended up in the finals but I know Buddy wanted to wrestle him better. Beyond that, he was really good all weekend. I like where he is at right now. He has some things to work on but is looking as good as he ever has and is trending in the right direction.”

47th annual Tri-State Invitational

Saturday at Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

Team Totals

1, Post Falls 220. 2, Flathead 173.5. 3, Moses Lake 156. 4, Havre 151. 5, Lakeland 147.5. 6, Mead 147. 7, White River 145. 8, University 130.5. 9, Camas 123. 10, Mt. Spokane 119. 11, Frenchtown 113. 12, Kelso 108.5. 13, Central Valley 108. 14 (tie), Chiawana, Lake Stevens 106. 16, Orting 96. 17 (tie), Polson, Tahoma 89. 19, Othello 84. 20, East Valley 82. 21, Hermiston 78. 22, Bethel 74. 23, Deer Park 70.5. 24, La Grande 67. 25, Sentinel 65. 26, North Central 60. 27, Auburn Riverside 55.5 28, Colville 53. 29 (tie), Pullman, Tonasket 51.5. 31, Kamiakin 51. 32, Graham-Kapowsin 50. 33, Freeman 49. 34, Capital 48. 35, Coeur d’Alene 46. 36 (tie), Castle Rock, Lewiston 45. 38, Timberlake 44. 39, Jenkins 42. 40, Reardan 38. 41, Ferris 37. 42, Moscow 36. 43, Potlatch 32. 44 (tie), Kentridge, Lakeside 29. 46, Battle Ground 24.5. 47, Nathan Hale 23.5. 48, Riverside 23. 49 (tie), Oregon City, Shadle Park, Vashon Island 22. 52, Libby 20. 53, Medical Lake 19. 54 (tie), Darrington, Lake City 18. 56 (tie), Juanita, Northwest Christian 15.5. 58 (tie), Bonners Ferry, Priest River 15. 60, Newport 13. 61, Auburn 11. 62 (tie), Gonzaga Prep, Kellogg 10. 64 (tie), Meadowdale, Okanogan 8. 66, Royal 7. 68, Liberty Bell 6. 68 (tie), Kennewick, Liberty 0.

CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHES

98 — Donnie Krissak, Bethel, p. Eli Warner, Frenchtown, 3:14. 106 — Jacob Bennett, Lake Stevens, p. Maximus Zamora, Moses Lake, 1:59. 113 — Chase Randall, Mead, d. Yusef Nelson, Auburn Riverside, 9-3. 120 — William Edelblute, Lakeland, d. Chase Tebbets, Mead, 4-3. 126 — Ridge Lovett, Post Falls, md. Clayton Gilliam, North Central, 12-2. 132 — Riley Gurr, Frenchtown, p. Tanner Craig, Camas, :50. 138 — Alexander Cruz, Orting, d. Martin Wilkie, Havre, 10-6. 145 — Larry Johnson, Lakeland, p. Riley Cisne, Chiawana, :51. 152 — Braydon Huber, Post Falls, d. Nate Moore, White River, 5-1. 160 — Hunter Cruz, Moses Lake, p. Tyson Stover, Chiawana, 1:21. 170 — Coleton Kazmierczak, Post Falls, d. Kiran Srikanth, Pullman, 9-5. 182 — Tucker Nadeau, Flathead, d. Masin Sabin, White River, 8-3. 195 — Hunter Gregorson, University, p. Joey Gutierrrez, Hermiston, 2:59. 220 — Kione Gill, Tahoma, p. Payton Castro, Moses Lake, 1:57. 285 — Josh Alvarez, Chiawana, d. Wyatt Whickham, Central Valley, 3-1.

THIRD-FOURTH PLACE

98 — Brendan Barnes, Flathead, p. Mick Chagnon, Havre, 2:36. 106 — Noah Cortez, Graham-Kapowsin, d. Walker Dyer, Frenchtown, 7-2. 113 — Jake Bibler, Frenchtown, d. Mateo Quinones, Polson, 6-0. 120 — Hunter Nees, Freeman, p. Jordan Grimm, Post Falls, 3:48. 126 — Terrell Sanders, University, d. Blake Haney, Mt. Spokane, 4-3. 132 — Ky Haney, Mt. Spokane, d. Bridger Wenzel, Polson, 3-2. 138 — Dominic Damon, Nathan Hale, d. Rylan Thompson, Camas, 8-2. 145 — Bradley Wiggs, Central Valley, d. Weston Lyver, White River, 5-0. 152 — John Shores, Kentridge, p. Brent Hodgson, Deer Park, 4-2. 160 — Gideon Malychewski, Camas, d. Gunner Starren, Tahoma, 7-5. 170 — Jack Ervien, White River, p. Kaden Krouse, Jenkins, 2:21. 182 — Ryan Redford, White River, d. Winston Scott, East Valley, 5-2. 195 — Samuel Malychewski, Camas, p. Nathan Halladay, Castle Rock, :47. 220 — John Keiser, Central Valley, d. Luke Eskelsen, Kamiakin, 5-3. 285 — Alex Paul, Flathead, d. Dietrik Mueller, Pullman, 3-1.

FIFTH-SIXTH PLACE

98 — Brayden Herbert, Timberlake, p. Braxton Mason, Post Falls, 2:13. 106 — Chris Melo, Othello, d. Alex Edelblute, Lakeland, 6-1. 113 — Sam Edelblute, Lakeland, md. Cameron Pleninger, Havre, 12-0. 120 — Ryan Stewart, Havre, d. Isaiah Evans, Timberlake, 3-0. 126 — Trent Baun, Colville, d. Bryce Miller, Kelso, by injury default. 132 — Lane Young, Lakeside, d. Kyler Anstrom, University, 3-0. 138 — Cade Krishnek, Capital, d. Jake Howerton, Mt. Spokane, by injury default. 145 — Tanner Russell, Flathead, md. Aidan Villareal, Hermiston, 12-4. 152 — Parker Adler, Polson, d. Wayne Baker, Castle Rock, 4-0. 160 — Cameron Crawford, Mead, d. Josh Johnson, North Central, 6-5. 170 — Payton Hume, Flathead, d. Zack Stratton, Central Valley, by injury default. 182 — Elijah Livingston, La Grande, d. Brandon Iris, Freeman, 5-0. 195 — Layton Paul, Potlatch, d. Tyler Schaub, Havre, by injury default. 220 — Caleb Thomas, University, d. Adam Wallace, Moscow, 5-1. 285 — Michael Lee, Flathead, p. Isaiah Perez, Othello, :42.

SEVENTH-EIGHTH PLACE

98 — Roddy Romero, Post Falls, p. Isaiah Bodhaine, Orting, 1:29. 106 — Buddy Doolin, Libby, d. Chandler Axtell. Lakeland, 7-1. 113 — Ben Hunnicut, Kelso, d. Bryce Shaffer, Flathead, 3-0. 120 — Tim Westbrook, University, d. Kyle LaCoursiere, Lake Stevens, 4-0. 126 — Gabe Hawthrone, White River, d. Jack Latimer, Camas, 3-0. 132 — Reece Eckley, Sentinel, p. Payton Keough, Coeur d’Alene, 1:47. 138 — Cameron Brown, Polson, d. Christian Freund, Kelso, 4-2. 145 — Jason Burchell, Post Falls, p. Kadin Shaw, North Central, 2:41. 152 — Parker Robinson, La Grande, d. Brayden Liebe, Kelso, 6-0. 160 — Mason Dionne, Havre, p. Logan Kelley, Lakeland, 3:54. 170 — Nathan Reed, La Grande, p. Jared Boharski, Mead, 2:22. 182 — John Knight, Colville, d. Tayven King, Mt. Spokane, 6-0. 195 — AJ Hoggatt, Kelso, d. Mason Miethe, Mt. Spokane, 6-3. 220 — Chris Sparks, Graham-Kapowsin, d. Malachi Areta, Ferris, 7-3. 285 — Lane Marshall, Oregon City, p. Neftali Lopez, University, 2:36.

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