Both teams would go to weekend tournaments. Liverpool found itself at the Phoenix Round Robin, where it placed sixth out of nine teams with 126 points.
Ashkar, in the 113-pound final, fell to Midlakes’ Jason Charlet 8-3, and Dakota Inman got involved in a close final at 160, where he took an 8-4 defeat to Phoenix’s Justin Rhodes.
Mills pinned Jared Reiber (Wayne) in 5:04 for third place at 132, with Wilson getting his own third-period pin over Dalton Nuyman (Institute of Technology Central) for a third-place finish at 220. Nash, O’Conner, Anthony Ianno (120), Darren Breen (145) and Alex Jorgensen (99) all had fourth-place finishes.
C-NS, meanwhile, went to the Camden Classic, where it finished seventh out of 17 teams gathered with 119.5 points. South Jefferson (264.5 points) edged Webster Schroeder (248.5 points) for the team title.
Dyer made his way to the finals at 113, where Xiaodii Chen (Webster Schroeder), the meet’s Most Outstanding Wrestler, beat him with a second-period pin. Griglock ran into South Jefferson’s Ryan Cherlebois in the title match at 192 and lost in a first-period fall.
West finished third at 220, edging Casey Placito (Chittenango) 2-1 in overtime in the consolation bracket, and Andres Anoceto got to third at 285 with a 92-second pin over Mike Murdie (Ballston Spa). Mayers was fourth at 106, where Barber finished sixth, the same position as Joe Copani at 132.