Brandywine wrestlings win Quincy crown

QUINCY — Brandywine placed nine wrestlers, including a trio of champions as it captured the Quincy Invitational championship Saturday.

Winning titles for the Bobcats were Michael Kachur (119), Jesse Lockmondy (135) and Sam Burge (171).

Finishing second was Garrett Lerner (160), while Kaci Lintz (130) and Corbin Eckenberger (140) were third.

Placing fourth were Searra Inman (103), Kristen Hertsal (152) and Aaron Castro (285).

 

QUINCY INVITATIONAL

At Quincy

Team Scores

Brandywine 155, Lansing Eastern 117, Coloma 111, Gobles 98, Columbia Central 88, Union City 80, Homer 76, Grass Lake 67, Maple Valley 64, Coldwater 55, Gull Lake 53, Quincy 51, Concord 41, Camden-Frontier 29, Parchment 26

 

Brandywine Placers

Champions

119: Michael Kachur; 135: Jesse Lochmondy; 171: Sam Burge

Runner-up

160: Garrett Lerner

Third Place

130: Kaci Lintz; 140: Corbin Eckenberger

Fourth Place

103: Searra Inman; 152: Kristen Hertsal; 285: Aaron Casto

 

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