Ty Thomas is shown competing during Saturday’s Bellbrook Invitational. Thomas finished second in the 215-pound weight class.
Triad High School wrestlers finished in the midway mark of the Bellebrook Invitational on Saturday.
The Cardinals tallied 104 points, which was good for seventh during the 14-team tournament.
Wilmington captured top team honors with 317 points.
Northmont was the runner-up with 257.5.
Centerville was third with 145 points, followed by Kings-120, Madison-111 and Fairborn-107 to round out the top six.
Trotwood-Madison was eighth behind Triad with 99 points.
Northridge was ninth with 98 and Turpin was tenth with 96.
Cardinal grapplers earned five individual placements.
The highest-placing Cardinals included sophomore Jacob Haser at 120 pounds and junior Ty Thomas at 215 pounds.
They were both runners-up in their respective weight classes.
Haser’s only loss of the day was a second-period pin by Northmont’s Noah Allen in the finals.
Thomas faced off against Paul McKnight of Wilmington.
McKnight claimed the 215-pount title when he scored a first-period pinfall over Thomas.
Additionally, Triad saw place finishers in the form of Brant Bollack (fourth place at 150 pounds), Tucker Webb (fourth place at 175 pounds) and Awsom Mitchell (fifth place at 165 pounds).