The Holden boys wrestling team placed seventh among 15 teams competing at the Odessa Invitational Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 29.
Eagles wrestler Daylen Greene led Holden with a firstplace finish in the 120-pound weight class.
Greene took two wins by pin, and a win by technical fall to earn his spot in the 120-pound title bout.
Greene completed his unblemished record at the tournament by defeating home team Odessa wrestler Gabe Studdard in a win by major decision in the first-place match.
Eagle wrestler Carson Moreno advanced to the championship bout in the 113-pound weight class.
Moreno recorded three wins by pin, and a win by medical forfeit to earn a spot in the
Moreno fell by major decision to St. Pius X (KC) wrestler Dillan Chisam in the first-place match.
Following a first-round win by major decision, Holden wrestler CJ Reifsteck advanced to the third-place match of the 170- pound weight class. Reifsteck lost by pin in the third-place match to finish in fourth.
Holden wrestlers Kody Conard at 138 pounds, Aiden Christian at 220 pounds, and Chance Agcopra at 285 pounds each placed fifth at the tournament.
Kale Tryon placed sixth at 126 pounds. Conner Carver at 145 pounds, and Trent Stout at 152 pounds both placed seventh.
Wrestling for the Holden JV squad, Isaac Bell placed eighth in the 285-pound weight class.