The Holden boys wrestling team placed ninth out of 12 teams at the Butler Wrestling Invitational Tournament on Saturday, January 9.
Carson Moreno and Daylen Greene took first-place finishes in their respective weight classes on the day.
Moreno at 106 pounds collected his first-place medal with a win by fall over Knob Noster wrestler Levi Wilhelm in the first-place match.
Greene grabbed gold in the 113-pound weight class with a first-place match major decision win over Michael McCoy from Adrian.
Taking third place was 126-pound Eagle wrestler Logan Yoder.
Yoder recorded three wins by fall before losing by decision in the semifinals.
In the third-place match, Yoder won by fall over Ethan Hunter from St. Pius X (KC).
Eagle 132-pounder Kody Conard recorded a fourth-place finish on the day.
Lukas Hunt took sixth place in the 138-pound bracket.
Hunt responded to two early losses by pin by taking two back-to-back wins by pin over opponents from El Dorado Springs and Diamond.
Hunt fell to Knob Noster wrestler Nathan McDonald in the fifth-place match.
CJ Reifsteck took sixth place in the 160-pound weight class.
Also recording a sixth-place finish was Brody Bay at 220 pounds.
Chance Agcopra placed eighth in the heavyweight division.
Recording ninth-place finishes for the Eagles were 120-pounder Wally Walker, and 145-pound wrestler Lane Richardson.