The Red Devils had six first-place finishes en route to the team title at their own invitational.
Winning crowns were Collin Widmar (106), Cole Ramos (113), Abel Castillo (126), Marco Infusino (145), Jake Deates (160) and Nate Bowens (220).
Finishing second were Joey Moore (120), Jordan Lattimore (132) and Logan Ramos (170), while third-place efforts were recorded by James Thomey (152) and Gabe Aguilar (285).
Bradford had 190 points to finish ahead of New Berlin West-Eisenhower with 139 and Racine Horlick with 125. Central was fourth with 89.5 and Indian Trail fifth with 80.5.
Complete results from the invitational were unavailable by press time.
The Christian Life wrestling team certainly has enjoyed its fair share of success at Milwaukee Lutheran’s Red Knight Invitational.
And that trend continued on Saturday.
The Eagles won the small school title for the fifth straight year and finished second overall in the 16-team invitational.
Christian Life was led by Caden Calabrese, who won the 126-pound title with a 10-5 decision over Wisconsin Lutheran’s Lucas Roecker.
The Eagles also had four second-place finishes — Brown, Barrow, Cameron Calabrese (132) and David White (285). Tyler Kube (145) and Evan Grubbs (170) were third.
Shoreland Lutheran’s Lucas Schevikhoven recorded his 100th career victory to lead the Pacers.
Schevikhoven improved to 18-0 with four more victories, including a 6-2 win over Christian Life’s Dante Brown in the 120-pound title match.
Shoreland’s other first-place finish came from Jack Schilling at 138 pounds, as he edged Christian Life’s Zach Barrow 5-4. Schevikhoven and Schilling are the first two Pacers to win titles at the invite.
Ben Schimanski (113) and Michael Potisk (285) were fourth and sixth, respectively, for the Pacers’ two other place winners.
Josh Moser (170) picked up St. Joseph’s lone individual crown with a win by pin in 5:46 over Catholic Memorial’s Nico Marchan. George Zeller (126) was third for the Lancers.
Wisconsin Lutheran won the team title with 227.5 points, followed by Christian Life with 217.5 and Catholic Memorial with 183. Shoreland was seventh with 89.5 and St. Joseph was 11th with 61.
Wilmot’s Jacob Wagemann and Drew Hebior finished first at 120 and 126 pounds, respectively, to lead the Panthers to fifth at West Allis Hale.
Wagemann (14-5) defeated Hale’s Alex Sino by major decision, 14-5, in the title matchup. Hebior (14-5) beat Kewaskum’s 17-2 to win the crown at 126.
Jeremy Toro (145), Hunter Valach (160) and Seth Willis (285) were third overall.
Wilmot finished with 108 points. Muskego won the team title with 202.5 points, just ahead of Hale’s 200. Kewaskum was third with 147.