Wayne, Winside Boys Perform Well In Wisner, Wayne Girls Finish With Second Place Individual Medal In Pierce

WISNER/PIERCE – After being off for a full week, the Wayne High boys and girls wrestling programs were back on mat at separate venues.

The Wayne High boys competed in Wisner while the Blue Devil girls sent one wrestler to Pierce.

In Wisner, Wayne High finished third with 103.5 points. during the Wisner-Pilger Green Machine Tournament.

Winside won the invite with 135.5 points ahead of the host Wisner-Pilger with 125 points.

Top Wayne High medalists came from Ashton Munsell (138) who finished first while Will Leseberg (106), Aiden Liston (170), Cooper Zara (182) and Martin Carrillo (195) all came in second. Eli Barner (145) placed third; Hunter Foote (120), Zachary McManigal (126) and Francisco Jinez De La Rosa (152) all took fourth as Kasen York (126) and Zander Liston (132) both finished seventh.


Winside first place finishes came from from Korbin Carlson (113), Cayden Ellis (126), Art Escalante (152), Tyler Carlson (160) and Mason Topp (195) as Maddox Magwire (138) tallied a runner-up finish. Cooper Behmer (120) took third as Mace Magwire (132) finished fifth.


From Pierce, the Wayne High girls tallied 16 points.

The host Pierce won the invite with 113 points, Lexington came in runner-up (91.5) as Omaha Westside placed third with 60 points.

Wayne High’s lone performance came from Jaycee Bruns (126) finishing runner-up.

The Wayne High girls will next compete in the Winnebago Invite on Tuesday, December 28 starting at 9 a.m. before the Blue Devil boys and girls wrestling programs will be off until Tuesday, January 4 during the Plainview Triangular with Boone Central beginning at 6 p.m.


Winside will host a wrestling dual against Oakland-Craig on Tuesday, December 21 at 7 p.m.


Wakefield competed in the Osmond Invite and placed sixth with 66 points.

Individually, Caleb Chase (132) and Gabriel Lamprecht (138) both took first while Samuel Chase (113), Franco Tapia (132) and Bradley Haglund (195) all finished third. Diego Rubelcaba (182) finished fifth, Ronnie Ramirez (152) placed sixth as Kolton Fischer (145) came in ninth.

Wakefield will be off until Saturday, January 8 during the Wisner-Pilger Tournament starting at 10 a.m.