N-P boys take 2nd at Hudson Wrestling Invite

Nashua-Plainfield placed second as a team at the Hudson Wrestling Invitational that wrapped up Saturday.

Don Bosco took first with 232 team points, followed by N-P with 202.5, according to Track Wrestling.

Garret Rinken file photo

Four Huskies made it to their weight class championship matches, with two winning. Nic Brase took first at 113 by defeating Don Bosco’s Cole Frost in an 8-3 decision. Garret Rinken won the 126 title by pinning North Fayette Valley’s Tate Germann at 1:16.

Kaden Wilken at 138 and Aiden Sullivan at 195 each placed second.

Third-place finishers for the Huskies were Titus Evans (170), Kendrick Huck (132), Eli Kalinoff (160) and Jayden Rinken (106).

Placing fifth were Jackson Carey (152), Hayden Munn (120), Landon Pratt (285), and Jackson Zwanziger (220)

Taking sixth were Devon Blanchard (145) and Tate White (182).

In all, the Huskies scored 22 pins at the invite, and lost by fall 13 times.

West Hancock took third as a team with 165.5 points, followed by Hudson (4th, 128.5), Columbus Catholic (5th, 106), Jesup (6th, 102), North Fayette Valley (7th, 71) and Charles City (8th, 65.5).