Graettinger-Terril was third with 188 points, followed by Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 153.5, West Hancock 147.5, Spirit Lake Park 129.5, Okoboji 101, Cherokee 72.5, Carroll Kuemper 40, and George-Little Rock 21.
Cherokee placed seven of the 12 wrestlers participating in the tourney, with Patrick Loughlin's second-place finish at 160 pounds leading the way for the Braves.
Loughlin won his first two matches by fall before losing a 9-3 decision to Graettinger-Terril champion Kass Schany in the finals. Loughlin pinned Tyler Silber of West Hancock in 1:56, and pinned Tyler Grossman of Kuemper in 5:56 to make the finals.
Lundsgaard won by fall over Kuemper's Alex Scharfenkamp in 3:28, loss by fall in :33 to Brian Block of S-O, won by fall over Casey Carpenter of Okoboji in :54, and lost by 7-2 decision to Zach Van Wettering of Spencer in the consolation match.
Anderson was also 2-2 for the day, losing by fall in 3:11 to Wyatt Towne of HMS, pinning Scott Hummel of SLP in 3:09, losing by fall in 1:05 to Julio Ayala of S-O, and pinning Alex Koepp of Okoboji in 1:20.
Conley also was 2-2 for the day, losing a 10-9 decision to Zach Jones of Okoboji, pinning Drew Skattebo of G-T in :41, losing 15-6 to Jim Finch of HMS, and winning by technical fall in 3:18 over Ethan Kathol of Kuemper.
Letsche was 1-3 for the day, winning his first match by an 11-6 decision over Jon Bruner of Kuemper. Veit also was 1-3, winning by 12-1 major decision over Sam Patterson of West Hancock. Cosgrove, like Lundsgaard wrestling up (over his weight), was 1-3, pinning Aaron Spaw of Spencer in 2:00.
"This was the first varsity tournament for many of our wrestlers," noted Cherokee coach Jason Wood of his young team. "They had a decent day and wrestled well. It is hard to come to a tournament as a freshman and be a place-winner."