SNELLVILLE — Collins Hill had 10 tournament placers, including five champions, to win the Brookwood Invitational on Saturday.
Collins Hill scored 208.5 points, while Brookwood was second with 146 and Archer’s No. 2 varsity team was third with 137.
Collins Hill’s Josh Harger (113), Codi Russell (120), Sean Russell (126), Ryan Millhof (132) and Michael Roquet (145) placed first.
Zach Parker (160) and Andres Parra (170) were second, Joseph Hernandez (138) and Kyle Henschel (220) were third and Joseph Hutchison (182) was fourth.
Brookwood had seven tournament placers, including four champions. Austin Williams (106), Zeke Johnson (138), Stephen Solamon (182) and Jeremy Qaurshie (285) placed first. Tommy Thai (195) was runner-up, Ethan Cole (126) was third and Jacory Griffen (138) was fourth. Thanh Nguyen (120) was 3-0 on Friday, but didn’t wrestle on Saturday to take the ACT.
Grayson wins Eric Hill Memorial
LOGANVILLE — For the second week in a row, Grayson won a wrestling tournament.
The Rams placed first at the Eric Hill Memorial at Loganville High School on Saturday. Grayson had 14 wrestlers place, including three tournament champions.
Ben Sewell (126 pounds), Davion Radford (138) and Logan Kadel (145) placed first. Nigel Jones (113), Josh Dominquez (120) and Javaughn Anderson (132) were runner-up.
Matin Mai (106) and Maynor Benitez (182) placed third, Alex Distasio, Zachary Mooney were fourth, Adedeji Adetunji (195) and Elijah Mackey (220) were fifth and Ian Allen (138) and Sekou Nicholson (285) were seventh.
Archer wins sixth tournament
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Archer’s Vinny Artigues was voted Most Outstanding Wrestler as the Tigers won the Cleveland Duals on Saturday.
Archer (15-0) defeated Heritage-Catoosa (71-9), McCallie (61-15), Christian Brothers (62-14), Father Ryan (50-21) and Baylor (47-20).
Archer, the defending state champions, has won 18 of the last 19 tournaments it has wrestled in dating back to last season. The Tigers are ranked No. 23 in the country.
Buford runner-up at McGavock Invitational
NASHVILLE — Buford had seven wrestlers place at the 40th annual McGavock Invitational on Saturday to finish runner-up as a team.
Buford only took nine wrestlers and nine of them placed, including four tournament champions.
Darius Bunch pinned an Alabama state champion to win the 126-pound weight class and was named Most Outstanding Wrestler. Freshman Eli Hartley (106), Jack Barber (126) and Rudy Guillen (145) also won tournament titles.
Freshman Trent Ferguson (138) and Joe Salas (170) were third, while Justin Loredo (285) was fourth.