Wrestlers end season at state
Camren Ross takes on a wrestler at the Class A State Wrestling Tournament last week. (Bob Windauer photo)
Whitefish Pilot | February 18, 2020 3:39 PM
The Bulldogs wrestlers capped off a strong year by fighting hard at the Class A State Tournament last weekend.
The team didn’t place at the tournament, scoring only 17 points, but sent two wrestlers to the second day of competition.
Jackson Carson (126) and Camren Ross (160) both advanced to the consolation bracket but couldn’t place.
Carson fell to Polson’s Kedrick Baker, who took fifth, by major decision. Ross fell to Ronan’s Daniel Collins Bishop.
Seniors on this year’s team include Dakota Flannery, who was unable to return to the state tournament after a year riddled with injuries, Leroy Orel, and Carson.
Team scores — Sidney 340.0; Frenchtown 156.5; Miles City 145.5; Havre/Box Elder 142.5; Laurel 141.0; Fergus (Lewistown) 134.5; Dawson County 73.5; Columbia Falls 72.0; Livingston 69.0; Corvallis 63.0; Hamilton/Darby 53.5; Hardin 50.0; Libby/Troy 50.0; Browning 46.0; Polson 43.0; Beaverhead Co. (Dillon)/Twin Bridges / Sheridan 42.5; Billings Central/Joilet 23.0; Ronan 21.0; Stevensville/Victor 18.0; Whitefish 17.0; East Helena 3.0; Lockwood (Billings) 3.0; Butte Central 0.0.
Wrestlebacks — Kedrick Baker (Polson) maj. dec. Jackson Carson (Whitefish), 9-0;
Wrestlebacks — Daniel Collins Bishop (Ronan), dec. Camren Ross (Whitefish), 6-3.