Oak Ridge High wrestler Keaton Subjeck took fifth place in the 170-pound class at the Walsh-Jesuit Ironman held in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio over the weekend, considered one of the toughest prep tournaments in the nation.
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The rest of the Trojans squad competed in the Curt Mettler Invitational at Elk Grove High School over the weekend. Brandon Claiborne was the lone Oak Ridge grappler to take first place in the 145s. Following Caliborn was Ali Atebar with a second place finish (160s); James Portilla third (170s); Bishane Sagal fifth (182); Josh Ploke was also fifth (106); Sherman McVay seventh (195s) and Kevan Cryan eighth (152s).
In JV action, five members Oak Ridge High grapplers competed at the King of the Mountain Tournament at El Dorado High. Two Trojans took first place; Nick Diaz-Kokasl and Jake Plaskon. Aiden Storlie, Logan Mills and Jacob Beck took second place each.
At the Natomas Duals in Sacramento, Oak Ridge took first place as a team. The Trojans defeated Woodland, Monterey Trail of Elk Grove, Jesuit and Antelope. There were 25 pins recorded on the day by Troy grapplers.