Savage Horsemen sending six to state

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  • Superior wrestling Trey Green puts Thompson Falls wrestler Luke Furhman in a strangle hold at the Class B-C Western Divisional round Saturday night at Arlee High School. (Jason Blasco/Lake County Leader)

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    PLAINS WRESTLER Luke Lile attempts to pin Mission-Charlo wrestler Troy Mitchell to the mat in the Western Class B-C Divisional wrestling tournament Saturday afternoon at Arlee High School. (Jason Blasco/Lake County Leader)

  • Superior wrestling Trey Green puts Thompson Falls wrestler Luke Furhman in a strangle hold at the Class B-C Western Divisional round Saturday night at Arlee High School. (Jason Blasco/Lake County Leader)

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    PLAINS WRESTLER Luke Lile attempts to pin Mission-Charlo wrestler Troy Mitchell to the mat in the Western Class B-C Divisional wrestling tournament Saturday afternoon at Arlee High School. (Jason Blasco/Lake County Leader)

The Savage Horsemen will be sending six wrestlers to the state meet in Billings this weekend after the team earned fourth at the divisional meet in Arlee Saturday.

Thompson Falls placed 5th. The Savage Horsemen wrestling players going on to state are: James DeTienne, Luke Lile, Kane Lawson, Austin Stafford, Daniel Uli and Josiah Vanderwall.

The Thompson Falls wrestlers going to state; Kaleb Frank, Sam Ostwald, Cody Garrison, Jase Sorenson and Austin Cooper.

Team scores — 1, Eureka 232; 2, Ronan 140.5; 3, Libby 118.5; 4, Plains-Hot Springs 108.5; 5, Thompson Falls 90; 6, Mission-Charlo 78; 7, Bigfork 62; 8, Clark Fork 38; 9, Florence 29; 10, Arlee 5.

113 pounds

Semifinals — Kaleb Frank, (Thompson Falls), pin Nathan Schmidt, (Eureka), 1:41.

Finals — Frank, (Thompson Falls), dec. Stagg, (Ronan), 2-0.

120 pounds

Third place — Uli, (Plains-Hot Springs), pin Wieble, (Mission Charlo), 2:15.

126 pounds

Third place — Vanderwall, (Plains-Hot Springs), dec. Holman, (Big Fork), 11-9.

138 pounds

Semifinals — Jonathan Schmidt, (Eureka), pin Austin Stafford, (Plains-Hot Springs), 1:32; Laine Young, (Libby), pin Sam Ostwald, (Thompson Falls), 5:15.

Third place — Stafford, (Plains-Hot Springs), pin Ostwald, (Thompson Falls), 2:15.

152 pounds

Semifinals — James Detienne, (Plains-Hot Springs), pin Tim Carvey, (Libby), :59.

Finals — Smith, Eur, dec. Detienne, (Plains-Hot Springs), 8-4.

Third place — Garrison, (Thompson Falls), pin Carvey, (Libby), 2:03.

160 pounds

Semifinals — Kane Lawson, (Plains –Hot Springs), major. decision. Tyler Houle, (Ronan).

Finals — Dennison, (Mission-Charlo), dec. Lawson, (Plains-Hot Springs), 4-2.

285 pounds

Semifinals — Kaelan Yanak, (Eureka), pin Seth Alarcon, (Thompson Falls), :40.

Fifth place — Alarcon, (Thompson Falls), dec. Ethan Christopher, (Ronan), 8-5.

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