As the high school wrestling season re-starts, it's look more and more like the Harlem Wildcats are going to be a Class B-C contender.
The Wildcats finished an outstanding fourth at this weekend's Cut Bank Invite, scoring 129 points, which left them second among B-C teams. Chinook also had a strong showing, finishing in seventh place with 98 points, while Big Sandy scored 33 points and Chester/J-I earned 18.
Individually, Harlem got a title by Teague Jones at 125 pounds, and a second-place finish from Shay Sinder at 112. Jones beat Lewistown's Trei Bullock in the final, while Snider lost Cut Bank rival Kylan Berkram. Seth Adams also won a title for the Wildcats at 215 pounds, while Brendan Johnson placed fourth at 135 and Trent Noel fourth at heavyweight.
Chinook saw Rob Klingaman lose to Havre Grant Pattison in the 189-pound final, while the Beeters' placed Donovan Moon fourth at 98 pounds, Jake Norby sixth at 112, Geoff Qualls fifth at 135 and Kevin Young fifth at 215.
Big Sandy's Lane Martin placed third at 171 pounds.