CHARLES CITY — Led by a runner-up finish from Carsen Jeanes at 113 pounds, the Oelwein Huskies wound up finishing sixth in the team standings at Saturday’s Northeast Iowa Conference wrestling tournament.
Waverly-Shell Rock was the champion with 255 points, followed by Crestwood 199 1/2, New Hampton/Turkey Valley 180, Decorah 148, Charles City 134, Oelwein 97 and Waukon 37 1/2.
Jeanes (24-11 for the season) won his semifinal match by fall over Luke Dieschbourg of Decorah in 5:42. He lost by fall in the title round to Bailey Roybal of Waverly-Shell Rock in 1:10.
Oelwein 170-pounder Bryan Graves (36-4 for the season) pinned Layne McDonald of Waverly-Shell Rock in the quarterfinals in 1:12. Graves lost an 11-1 major decision to Dylan Koresch of Charles City in the semifinals. Graves then came back with back-to-back consolation victories over Wyatt Stochl of New Hampton/Turkey Valley (a 9-1 major decision) and Elijah Mitchell of Decorah (a pin in 2:54).
Garnering fourths for the Huskies were Luke Hamilton (13-21) at 120 pounds and Cooper Smock (20-18) at 220.
Hamilton lost his third place match by fall to Zack Barnett of Waverly-Shell Rock in 1:09. Smock was pinned in his bout for third place by Wyatt Scheidel of Crestwood in 1:54.
Taking fifths for the Huskies were Blake Smith (21-18) at 138, Drake Logan (23-16) at 145 and Ernane da Silva (25-8) at 182.
Smith decisioned Lance Egan of Waukon, 3-1, in his fifth place bout. Logan pinned Cale Jackson of Crestwood at the 2:43 mark of their clash for fifth place, while da Silva received a bye in his fifth place clash.
Collecting sixths for the Huskies were Nelson Lopez (15-25) at 106, Andrew Roete (25-18) at 132, Joey Barron (28-9) at 152 and Gage Voshell (22-10) at 195.
Lopez was pinned in his final bout of the day by Owen Malone of Waukon in 0:21. Roete dropped a 9-4 verdict in his fifth place contest to Bronson Forsyth of Charles City. Barron was pinned in his final match by Garrett Lovstuen of Decorah in 3:07. Voshell lost by fall in his fifth place contest to Ryan Zuspann of Charles City in a time of 3:29.