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The PHS boys wrestling team took 11th place in a field of 16 teams at the Quincy Invitational Tournament Saturday.
Palmyra earned 86.5 points, while Quincy High School won the event with 253.5 points.
Collin Arch won the 152-pound division winning all four of his matches including the title match by fall at 3:05 over Braden Johnson of Roxana, Ill.
Mike Thomas took fourth place in the 285-pound division, going 2-2, losing his third-place match by fall at 3:46 to Aiden Surratt of Jacksonville, Ill.
Brayden Pillars took fifth place at 145 pounds, going 3-1, and winning his final match by fall at 5:41 over Eric McClellend of QHS.
Ashton Hankins took sixth place at 182 pounds, going 2-2, losing the fifth-place match by fall at 1:38 to Koen Roberush of Troy, Ill.
Kadon Timbrook took seventh place at 113 pounds, going 2-2 and winning his final match by fall at 2:49 over Ethan Hoyt of Macomb, Ill.
Zeke Meyers took seventh place at 220 pounds, going 2-2 and winning his final match by fall at 1:23 over Johnny Ravenscraft of Illini West.
Clayton Deming took eighth place at 195 pounds, going 1-3 and losing his final matach by fall at 0:18 to Chase Bancroft of East Peoria, Ill.
Wesley Summers took 10th place at 106 pounds, going 2-2 and by fall at 5:49 to Tessa Donaldson of Pekin, Ill.
Owen Mason Kiefaber took 13th place at 160 pounds, going 2-2 and winning his last match by forfeit.
Wyatt Pults took 15th place at 170 pounds, going 1-3 and winning his final match by injury default over Zoey Harness of Camp Point Central.
The Panthers competed in a quad meet at Moberly, and came away with wins over Calilfornia and Boonville while falling to Moberly.
The Panthers won all four actual matches in the 54-18 win over California.
Brayden Pillars (144) by fall at 1:10 over Jackson Hensley;
Collin Arch (150) by fall at 0:31 over Cody Schneider;
Ashton Hankins (175) by fall at 1:16 over Miguel Contreras; and
Kadon Timbrook (113) by fall at 1:11 over Alex Bews.
Owen Mason Kiefaber (157), Wyatt Pults (165), Jose Juarez (215), Mike Thomas (285) and Luke Lawson (106) all won by forfeit.
Palmyra went 4-2 in actual matches in a 33-30 win over Boonville.
Winning matchers were:
Kadon Timbrook (113) by a 13-10 decision over Gabe Gander;
Brayden Pillars (144) by a 3-2 decision over Xavier Flippin;
Collin Arch (150) by fall at 1:44 over Tyson White; and
Ashton Hankins (175) by a 7-5 decision over Rhodes Leonard.
Wyatt Pults (165) lost by fall at 0:46 to Clayton Schuster, and Mike Thomas (285) lost by fall at 2:50 to Ryder Comegys.
Luke Lawson (106), Tyler Spicknall (126) and Jose Juarez (215) won by forfeit.
Owen Mason Kiefaber lost an extra match by fall at 5:21 to Cash Stock.
Palmyra won five of 10 actual matches in a 36-27 loss to Moberly.
Timbrook (113) by fall at 3:05 over Cameron Hess;
Spicknall (126) by an 11-5 decision over Tyler James;
Pillars (144) by fall at 2:37 over Landon Morris;
Arch (150) by fall at 0:30 over Austen James; and
Lawson (106) by fall at 4:55 over Kaiden Leonard.
Losing matches were:
Kiefaber (157) by fall at 1:10 to Brooks Head;
Pults (165) by fall at 0:16 to Gage St. Clair;
Hankins (175) by a 6-4 decision to Zack Baker;
Juarez (215) by a 12-10 decision to Gage Fallaw; and
Thomas (285) by fall at 2:40 to Rhett Wilborn.
Zeke Meyers (215) won an extra match by fall at 1:38 over Jacob Brown.
The Panthers also lost to Hannibal at home during senior night last Monday.
Palmyra went 4-5 in actual matches in the 45-30 defeat.
Winning matches were:
Pillars (144) by fall at 1:26 over Peyton Elliot;
Arch (150) by fall at 4:38 over Koen Ramage;
Hankins (175) by an 8-4 decision over Lucas Hudson; and
Juarez (215) by a 5-0 decision over Matt Sydnor.
Lawson (106) by fall at 3:48 to Austin Brown;
Timbrook (113) by 17-1 technical fall to Reign Creech;
Spicknall (126) by a 13-0 major decision to Tristen Essig;
Clayton Deming (190) by fall at 4:18 to Noah Young; and
Thomas (285) by fall at 1:06 to Ryan Ross.
Talon Markley (157) and Pults (165) won by forfeit.
In extra matches:
Wesley Summers (106) lost by 15-0 technical fall to Chase Yongwirth;
Steven McCune (132) lost by fall at 0:19 to Peyton Pritchett; and
Meyers (215) lost by fall at 6:07 to Dallis Zimmer.