Five area wrestlers claim titles at tourney in Aberdeen

JOHN DAVIS/SDSPORTSCENE.COM Moses Gross of Huron takes down Mason Schrempp of Aberdeen Central during the championship match at 145 pounds on Saturday a the Lee Wolf Invitational in Aberdeen.

ABERDEEN — Five area wrestlers, including Moses Gross from Huron, won titles during the Lee Wolf Invitational on Saturday.

Gross, who improved to 29-3, recorded an 11-6 victory against Mason Schrempp of Aberdeen Central in the title match at 145 pounds.

Redfield had a pair of individual champions in Brady Risetter at 106 and Grady Fey at 285.

Risetter recorded a 19-13 decision against Gage Lohr of Watertown to win the title at 106. Risetter stretched his unbeaten streak to 19-0 on the season.

Fey, who is now 24-1, edged Canyon Burkard of Chamberlain 3-1 to win the title at 285.

Jacksen Carter of Wessington Springs/Woonsocket/Wolsey-Wessington won the title at 113. He recorded a 6-2 decision against Talon Ping of Miller/Highmore-Harrold in the championship match to improve to 27-4.

Colby Kolda of Miller/Highmore-Harrold recorded an 8-0 major decision against Elias Biegler of Aberdeen Central to win the title at 152. He is now 25-4.

Watertown claimed the team title in the 18-team event with 230.5, while Aberdeen Central finished with 229 to challenge for the top spot.

Bismarck Century (N.D.) was third at 177, followed by Winner Area at 147.5 and Miller/Highmore-Harrold at 118.

Redfield was sixth at 96.5, while Wessington Springs/Woonsocket/Wolsey-Wessington was 10th at 72.5. Huron and Clark/Willow Lake finished in spots No. 12 and 13, respectively, with scores of 65 and 54.