Marshfield wrestlers fourth at New Richmond Invitational
By Paul Lecker
NEW RICMOND — The Marshfield wrestling team, ravaged by injuries, brought just eight athletes to the New Richmond Invitational on Saturday and finished fourth among the six teams.
Sophomore Anthony Kanable continued his strong season for the Tigers, winning the title at 126 pounds.
Kanable finished 4-0 with a pair of pins and a technical fall. He is now 23-5 this season.
Noah Schulz went 4-1 and finished second at 138 pounds for the Tigers.
Noah Gerdes (113), Anthony Christmas (132), and Nic Humphrey (285) each took third for Marshfield.
The Tigers are at Merrill on Thursday and will compete at the Freedom Invitational next Saturday.
(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)
New Richmond Invitational
Team scores: 1. New Richmond 242.5; 2. River Falls 218.5; 3. Clear Lake 190; 4. Marshfield 106.5; 5. Rice Lake 97.5; 6. Spooner 92.
113: Noah Gerdes, third, 3-2.
120: Travis Altman, fifth, 1-4.
126: Anthony Kanable, first, 4-0.
132: Anthony Christmas, third, 3-2.
138: Noah Schulz, second, 4-1.
152: Jeremy Brost, fourth, 2-3.
220: Brandon Cramer, fifth, 0-4.
285: Nic Humphrey, third, 2-2.