FORT PIERRE — With a pair of individual champions, the Redfield Area wrestling team finished fourth in the Big Dakota Conference Tournament held Saturday.
Winner won the event with 185 points, while Chamberlain was second at 169 and Kimball/White Lake/Platte-Geddes was third at 159.
Redfield finished with 140 points, while Wessington Springs/Woonsocket/Wolsey-Wessington rounded out the top five in the 23-team event with 117.
Miller/Highmore-Harrold, which also had an individual champion, was 11th at 55, while Sunshine Bible Academy was 17th at 19.5.
Mason Fey at 145 pounds and Barrett Wren at 195 won championships for Redfield Area, while teammates Riley Whitley at 106 and Bradyn Robbins at 120 were both second.
Carsten McNeil at 138 and Corbin Schwartz at 152 were third for the Pheasants.
Keegan Haider at 113, Tate Haider at 138 and Seth Tebay at 170 were all second for Wessington Springs/Woonsocket/Wolsey-Wessington. Rylie Stevens at 195 was third and Camden Jost at 145 were fourth.
Regan Bollweg claimed an individual title for Miller/Highmore-Harrold at 182, while teammate Blade Forman was fourth at 126.
Iver Paul was fourth for Sunshine Bible Academy at 132.
FLANDREAU — Gage Burke at 160 pounds and Caleb Orris at 182 won championships for the Clark-Willow Lake wrestling team during the Big East/Lake Central Conference Tournament on Saturday.
The Cyclones were third in the final team stadings with 139 points. Howard amassed 161 points to claim the top spot in the team standings.
Parker was fourth in the 13-team event with 122, while Beresford/Alcester-Hudson was fifth at 118.5.
Kingsbury County, which had pair of wrestlers reach title matches, was eighth at 86.
In addition to the titles won by Burke and Orris, Clark-Willow Lake had five other placewinners. Lucas Kannegieter at 120, Brandan Gehrke at 160 and Landon Werdel at 170 were second, while Gunnar Kvistad at 106 and Chase Chambers at 132 were third.
For Kingsbury County, Dylan Zell at 113 and Monte Albrecht at 152 were second, while Gavin Holland at 182 was fourth.