Kimmen won all five of his 220-pound matches in the tournament, including the first place match by a 10-5 decision over Jake Straks of Markesan. He has a 15-2 overall record.
PHS finished tied for fourth in the tournament with 119 points out of the 11 teams comepting, their best showing of the season.
Also placing and winning matches for the Cardinals in the meet were Ty Sanford, second at 195; Matthew McNurlin third at 170, Mason Cable, third at 120; River Christensen, fourth at 182; Cody Atherton and Ethan Luksich, fifth at 132 and 138 respectively and Alex Ewing, seventh at 160.
Prescott wrestles at St. Croix Central on Thursday. Read more on this tournament and the Cardinals' week in wrestling in next edition of the Prescott Journal, on newsstands Wednesday.
|Prescott wrestler Dillon Kimmen, shown here getting a pin during a dual meet last week vs. Baldwin-Woodville, won first place at a tournament in Noth Fond du Lac last weekend.|