Isaac Jessen defeated Hunter White in the 132-pound weight class to help Post Falls capture the Tri-State Tournament on Saturday at North Idaho College.
The Trojans scored 176 points, narrowly beating second-place Mead, which had 174.5. Mt. Spokane took fifth in the 60-team field with 155.
Mead’s Chase Randall pinned Auburn Riverside’s Jaden Cassel in 2 minutes, 48 seconds to finish third at 126.
Mt. Spokane’s Ky Haney beat Chiawana’s Robby Vaughn 3-1 in the first overtime in the 145 title match. At 98 pounds, Mt. Spokane’s Nolan Crosby took second after losing to Landen Stewart of Frenchtown (Montana) with a 27-second pin.
Kenndyl Mobley won at 120 with a 4-3 victory in the tiebreaker round.
Coeur d’Alene’s Gunner Giulio won at 160, pinning Cruz Vasquez of Moses Lake in 1:39.
Colton Boettcher of Lakeland defeated Potlatch’s Kenon Brown 7-5 to win at 170.
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