Bandits finish second at own invitational

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MILLER — Philip Area amassed 204.5 points to edge Miller/Highmore-Harrold for the top spot by 10.5 points during the Bob Lager Invitational on Saturday.

Faulkton Area was third at 139.5, followed by Wagner at 128.5 and Wessington Springs/Woonsocket/Wolsey-Wessington at 128 to round out the top five in the 17-team event.

Clark/Willow Lake was seventh at 111, Redfield was eighth at 109.5 and Sanborn Central was 17th at 5.

Kellan Hurd at 138 pounds and Teagan Foreman at 144 won individual championships for Miller/Highmore-Harrold.

Jordan Schafer was second at 132 for the Bandits, while Chase Hurd at 106, Talon Ping at 120, Kia McCauley at 126 and Colby Kolda at 165 were third. Ryder Rowland at 157 and Mathis Resel at 285 were fifth, while Cade Werdel at 106 and Kaleb Sarchet at 175 were seventh.

Jacksen Carter at 113 and Kayden Carter at 120 won individual titles for Wessington Springs/Woonsocket/Wolsey-Wessington, while Ethan Rearick was second at 144.

Carson Finn at 138 and Tyson Eddy at 165 were fourth for WS/W/W-W, while Ashton Hill was fifth at 126 and Hayes Havlik was sixth at 150.

Cooper Pommer at 113 and Josh Kannegieter at 175 were second for Clark/Willow Lake. Austin Vig was third at 138, while Cade Gaikowski was fourth at 106.

Kaden Wookey at 106, Damian Severson at 126 and Elliot Bratland at 165 were sixth for the Cylones. Isaac Johnson at 120, Logan Foster at 132, Bryce Klancke at 157 and Riley Popp at 190 were seventh, while Lincoln Reidburn at 165 and Collin Gaikowski at 215 were eighth.

Conner Zens at 126 and Grady Fey at 285 won championships for Redfield. Dylan Murray was third at 175 and Camden Murray was fourth at 190.

Maddon Odland at 106 and Kasey Hermann at 120 were fifth for the Pheasants.

Cooper Goldammer was eighth at 285 for Sanborn Central.