What we learned from Nevada's performance at Jones Brothers Tournament: Weber places first at 106
Nevada only had two wrestlers compete at the 14th annual Jones Brothers Tournament at Iowa Falls Saturday.
But the Cubs made the most of their limited opportunities by crowning one champion and producing one third-place winner.
Nevada finished last in the team standings, but put up a strong score of 42.5 considering what the team lacked in numbers. West Marshall won the tournament with 178 points and North Butler-Clarksville was second with 151.
The Cubs also competed in a double-dual at Saydel Dec. 16. The Cubs lost to Saydel in a 37-36 battle and suffered a 72-12 setback at the hands of I-35 in falling to 0-5 in duals on the season.
Here is what we learned from the Cubs' showing at Iowa Falls and Saydel:
Weber remains undefeated
Nevada sophomore Kaden Weber is ranked 11th in Class 2A at 106 pounds. He improved to 14-0 with a technical fall and victory by major decision at the Jones Brothers Tournament.
Weber toppled North Butler-Clarksville's Jaxson Miller by tech fall in 4:18 during the semifinals. He won the match by a 17-2 score.
In the finals Weber took down West Marshall's Shane Hanford by an 11-2 major decision.
Weber also pinned I-35's Briar Johnston in 3:08 during the double-dual at Saydel. He received a forfeit against Saydel.
Vincent has strong week
Senior Camdan Vincent placed third at 285 during the Jones Brothers Tournament with a 3-1 record.
Vincent pinned Newman Catholic's Logan Lursen in 2:31 during the quarterfinals then lost by fall to North Butler-Clarksville's Chet Buss in the semifinals. Vincent rebounded to pin Saydel's Phoenix Birch in 2:42 during the consolation semifinals and he won the third-place match over Aplington-Parkersburg/Grundy Center's Kasey Seitz in 4:47.
During the Saydel double-dual Vincent pinned Birch in 1:06 lost by fall to I-35's Ryley Snell.
Reed gets two wins at double-dual
Carson Reed won both of his matches for Nevada at the Saydel double-dual.
Reed pinned Saydel's Parker Swafford in 1:46 and received a forfeit against I-35 at 195. Kobe Thipasouk won by fall over the Eagles' Noah Higdon in 32 seconds at 220.
Nevada also received two forfeits against Saydel.