Trigg County had two wrestlers bring home top-two finishes Saturday at the Hendersonville, Tenn. Commando Crush Tournament.
Colin Stevens won the 170-pound class, winning his first two matches by pin and defeating North Oldham’s Bryce Moberly 6-3 in the championship match. Stevens was named the meet’s Outstanding Wrestler.
Andrew Hendricks finished second in the 220-pound class. He won via pin in the semifinals before dropping a close 4-3 decision in the championship match.
Timmy Cannon finished fourth in the 113-pound class. He lost to Caldwell County’s Riley Johnson in the semfinals but bounced back to earn a 3-2 decision in the consolation round. He lost 9-1 in the third place match.
Tyler Harris finished seventh in the 132-pound class. He finished 3-2 on the day, winning a 3-1 decision in the 7th place match.
Domanik Lee won a match in the 138-pound class but did not place.
As a team, Trigg County finished 11th with 69 points. Clarksville won the team title with 192.5 points, bettering 14 other schools.