The St. Mary’s wrestling team took second in the Crossroads Conference dual tournament on Thursday.

The St. Mary’s wrestling team took second in the Crossroads Conference dual tournament on Thursday.

The Trojans defeated Sherwood 42-30 in the first dual of the night before falling to Butler 46-15.

They bounced back with a 37-24 win against Van Horn. Van Horn finished fourth overall.

The Trojans walked away with three first-team all-conference wrestlers. Brian Erstad (125), David Florido (171) and Sam Gomez (215) each earned the honors.

“It hurst going in with three opens,” Trojans coach Jason Fenstermaker said. “Butler is a good team.”

St. Mary’s is now 10-7 in duals this season.

TRUMAN 60, HOGAN PREP 18: The Truman wrestling team dominated Hogan Prep 60-18 on Wednesday.

The Patriots recorded three pins, a tech fall, a decision and five forfeits.

Matt Burress (119) pinned Nickols Cooper. Joel Terrones (135) earned a technical fall against Trevor Jones. Turner Madick (152) earned a decision against Marcus Smith. Neil Young (160) and Wes miller (171) got pins against Martian Lane and Michael Jaques respectively.

RAYTOWN 39, WINNETONKA 38: Raytown recorded five pins to edge Winnetonka in a Suburban Middle Seven match Tuesday.

Hassan Dean (140), Dakota Stanart (145), Jacob Kirk (189), Steven Deshazer (215) and Malcolm Whitelaw (285) each registered pins, with Kirk’s win clinching the team victory.

“We’re wrestling real well right now; I’m pleased with the effort,” Raytown coach Jon Heermann said. “We’re going into the Blue Springs South tournament this weekend with some momentum. I like the way we’re rolling right now.”

Alfred Mills (171) won a decision and Dwayne West (160) won by forfeit to help lift the Blue Jays.

Raytown’s junior varsity won 54-12.

PARK HILL SOUTH 40, LEE’S SUMMIT WEST 36: The Lee’s Summit West wrestling team lost a home match to Park Hill South 40-36 on Tuesday.

Matthew Lemanowicz (140), Connor Hampton (152), Andrew Bestgen (160) and Evan Boehm (285) all earned pins.

The featured match of the evening came between Titans undefeated, 215-pounder Ben Poeschl and state-ranked Sam Eickhoff. Poeschl earned a 6-4 decision to stay undefeated.

The Titans travel to Olathe North (Kan.) Saturday to compete in a 12-team dual tournament, which has been billed as Wrestling for the Cure. One of the tournament’s goals is to raise funds and awareness in the fight against breast cancer.