DUNNING, Neb. – Southeast High School senior wrestler Tate Carson reached the 100-victory milestone for his high school career on Saturday at the Knights Invitational.
Carson reached the milestone with a pair of pins to reach the 195-pound championship match, where he came up short being pinned by Mullen, Neb.’s, Ty Kvanvig.
Carson was one of six Cyclone grapplers to place on Saturday.
Brock Blevins (113 pounds), Greg Logsdon (138) and Will Baker (285) ended the day with wins in their respective championship matches.
Blevins rattled off five fall victories en route to the championship, while Greg Logsdon earned four pins. Baker scored four fall victories and a medical forfeit win.
At 106 pounds, Grant Logsdon finished third, finishing the day 4-1. His only setback came in the semifinal round, but Logsdon battled back with a fall and a 5-2 decision to place third.
In the 120-pound bracket, Kaden Brothwell also finished third. Brothwell also lost in the semifinal round before rebounding with a pair of pins to end the day.
Wyatt Mackey (132) and Ryan Clapper (138) also picked up wins for the Cyclones but did not place.
Southeast finished the day second with 131 points, coming up only one-point shy of Mullen, who won the team title with 132 points.
The Cyclones travel to Lingle on Saturday for the Dogger Invite. Action gets underway at 9 a.m.