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Riverside Wrestlers Finish Second at Albany Invite
By Mike Smith
Copyright: MSC Sports

It's been a strong season on the mats for the Riverside Cyclone wrestlers and that trend continued on Saturday at the Albany Invite were the Cyclones earned second place as a team. 

Riverside was led by all nine guys competing on the varsity team finishing with a Top three finish or better on the day at the Albany Invite. The Cyclones posted 183.5 total points finishing only behind Cameron JV who took first place by 10.5 points.  

Five of the nine Cyclone grapplers earned individual first place finishes at Albany. At 126lbs Beau Horn put together a 5-0 day to earn first place winning every match by pinfall with a win in the Championship bout by pin in 3:33. Luke Horn also went 5-0 to take first as he wrestled at 138lbs and won all his bouts by pinfall, taking the Championship bout in 1:33 and also won a match in just 39 seconds. 

Scott Resler won another tournament title claiming first place at the Albany Invite for another year by going 5-0 at 145lbs. Resler won four of his five matches by pinfall with the fastest coming in 54 seconds and took his other win by technical fall (17-1). A 4-0 day by Brayden Seimears notched him a first place finish at 160lbs as he recorded all four wins by pinfall and Jacob MacKnight went 4-0 at 195lbs to take first winning all four of his matches by pinfall also including winning two of the four matches in less than 30 seconds. 

Both Derrick Karn (132lbs) and Kinstin Juhl (152lbs) each earned second place on the day going 3-1 and 4-1, respectively. Karn snagged three pinfall wins, while Juhl record all four of his wins by pinfall. 

Third place finishes were earned by Kaedin Juhl (182lbs) and Jacob Smith (285lbs) who posted 3-2 and 2-2 marks on the mats for the Cyclones at the Albany Invite. 


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