TROY – The Wayne Trace wrestling team enjoyed success at the Troy Invitational on Saturday as the Raiders finished third as a team and came home with three individual champions.

Corbin Kimmel claimed the title at 106 with a 16-4 major decision victory over Covington’s Carson Taylor in the championship match and the Raiders’ Hunter Long pinned Miami East’s Layton Hughes in 2:20 at 138 to claim an individual title.

Kimmel recorded a pin in each of his first four matches in getting victories over Wayne’s Qassan Fields, Fairmont’s Justin Winter, Greenville’s Ashton Noggle and Piqua’s Averi Wiley. Long won by technical fall over Troy’s Brayden Lester before following that up with pins of both Covington’s Jackson Shiverdecker and Piqua’s Max Kaye.

Jarrett Hornish was the third individual winner for the Raiders, recording in 1:26 of Miami East’s Daniel Martin in the 150-pound weight class. Hornish won by pin over Sidney’s Dylan North, Arcanum’s Micah Jarret and Wayne’s Joseph Conti before defeating Covington’s Caleb Miller 12-0.

Runner up-finishers for Wayne Trace included Jared Pierce in the 132-pound weight class and Samuel Moore at 157.

Pierce defeated Miami East’s Aaron Mills, Greenville’s Caiden Chrysler and Fairmont’s Toby Deglow before falling to Miami East’s Max Shore in the championship match. Moore also recorded three wins by pin, coming over Xenia’s Jayden Bennett, Wayne’s Lamar Hawkins and Fairmont’s Joseph Brooks before winning 13-2 over Covington’s Connor Sindelir in the semifinals. Moore then dropped a 14-4 decision to Miami East’s David Davis in the finals.

Nathan Osborn took third at 215 as did Graiden Troth in the 144-pound weight class while Connor Blankenship placed fourth at 113. Kaden Woolbright brought home a sixth-place finish at 285.

Covington claimed the team title with 241 points while Miami East was second at 237 and Wayne Trace placed third with 231-1/2.