Cole Wiegers was the lone winner for Clarkston as the Shamrocks picked up 13 of the 14 weights. Defending state champ Josh Edmond survived an upset bid from Conor Donahue with a 4-3 decision at 135.
Coach Bill Polk and the Rockets picked up the first Team State win in school history in a wild, back-and-forth dual. There were upsets on both sides but ultimately the dual came down to 189 with Hartland leading by 3. Hayden Rhoades picked up the fall in a match that lasted less than four minutes but saw each wrestler fighting off their back multiple times. Rhoades secured the pin with 47 seconds to go in the 2nd period, sending the Glenn fans into a frenzy.
Davison took care of business against the Rams, but it was not without a fight. After building a sizeable lead, Rockford battled back to within 6 points with four matches remaining. Davison closed it out with bonus point wins by Case, Facundo, Nivison, and Stefanko to set up a rematch with Brighton in the semis.
This dual had a bunch of good matchups, the Bulldogs just seemed to come out on the better side of the majority and then used the strength of the rest of their lineup to put it out of reach. At 171, #1 River Shettler won a decision over #2 Dustin Solomon, 3-1.