Imlay City 132-pounder Danny Rojas looks to the sideline for some advice during his match Saturday at the Imlay City Invite. Rojas took second in the weight class.

TRI-CITY AREA — The Imlay City and Capac wrestling teams claimed fourth and 15th, respectively, last Saturday at the Imlay City Invitational.

Lake Fenton topped the standings with 218 points. They were followed by St. Clair (172), Mount Morris (161), Imlay City (159), Anchor Bay (140), Ferndale (108), Lansing Waverly (107), Ortonville-Brandon (104), Lapeer (85.5), Brooklyn Columbia Central (62), Grosse Pointe North (51), Cass City (46), Lincoln Park (42), Marlette (41.5), Capac (38), St. Clair Shores Lakeshore (33.5), Notre Dame Prep (32) and Flint Powers (12).

Dominic D’Ambrosio led Imlay City with a first, pinning Grosse Pointe North’s Preston Auld with 19 seconds gone in their title bout at 144 pounds.

For his performance, D’Ambrosio was named the MVP of the lower weight classes.

Tanner Land, Christopher Galiana, Daniel Rojas and Conner Wildie provided Imlay City with seconds. Land reached the 120-pound championship clash where he fell 5-1 to Lake Fenton’s Clay Cook; Galiana made the title encounter at 126 pounds where he dropped an 8-1 verdict to Mt. Morris foe Noah Bacon; Rojas advanced to the 132-pound championship clash where was pinned with 2:44 elapsed by Mt. Morris counterpart Miguel Quintanilla; and Wildie gained admittance to the title encounter at 138 pounds where he fell 9-7 to Ferndale’s Daniel Gonzalez-Cancel.

Travis Dupont gave Imlay City a third. Dupont closed out his stint at 150 pounds with a 13-7 triumph against Mt. Morris adversary David Harris.

Kaden Powers contributed a fifth for Imlay City that day. Powers wrapped up his run at 165 pounds with a 4-2 win against Lake Fenton’s Michael Schultz.

Caleb McLain furnished Imlay City’s other placewinning performance, claiming a sixth. McLain completed 106-pound action when he was pinned by Ortonville-Brandon’s Nathan Brinker with 2:29 gone.

Alberto Chapa paced Capac, notching a fourth. Chapa wrapped up his stint at 126 pounds when he was pinned by Anchor Bay’s Garrett Bertrand with 3:38 elapsed.

Sam Schneider collected a fifth for Capac. He completed 120-pound action with an 11-5 victory over Mt. Morris foe Quincy Batson.

Ryan Grant rounded out the list of Capac placewinners with a sixth. Grant finished his run at 126 pounds with a 7-4 loss to St. Clair’s Logan Langmesser.

Kevin Kissane

Kevin Kissane has been covering high school sports for the Tri-City Times since 1985. When not standing on a field or court with his camera and notepad, he enjoys golf, travel and family. Kevin is a 1980 graduate of Capac High School, and is also a grad of St. Clair Community College and earned a degree in journalism from Central Michigan University.