Troy placed eighth overall in the Jim McCracken Invitational wrestling tournament on Saturday, while the Tecumseh Arrows finished ninth, as they were the only two local teams involved in this event on opening weekend.

At 106, Troy’s Brandon Lewis finished 1-2 in his pool placing third, while Tecumseh saw Kainen Hackney was 1-3 overall, finishing fourth in his pool.

Scot Sinkhorn from Tecumseh finished 1-3 in the 113 pound pool for the Arrows.

At 120, Joe Daffner from Troy was 1-3 in his pool A, while at 126 pounds, Tecumseh’s Hunter Donnen went 3-1 in his pool.

Weighing in at 132 pounds, Lucas Rogers from Tecumseh won his pool before advancing to the round of placers, as he finished fourth overall. Troy’s Carson DeHart finished third in his pool.

At 145, Michael McBride from Troy lost his matches in Pool A, with Tecumseh’s Tommy Rowe placed second overall in his pool. At 152, winning his pool was Troy’s Justin Mittelstadt before finishing fourth overall with a 7-0 loss to Derek Cavin from Versailles. Also in that weight class, Samo Olejnicek from Tecumseh placed fourth in his pool.

Jonathon Sirion from Tecumseh was fourth in his pool at 160 pounds, while at 170, it was Jacob Shoop from Troy finishing fourth in Pool B.

Shane Shoop from Troy dominated his pool to advance to the bracket play, where he placed second overall, losing in the finals to Dominic Shelley from Mentor 3-2.

Weighing in at 195 was Davin Snyder from Troy, who won his pool and finished second overall after losing in the finals to Seth Campbell of Miamisburg.

Brandon Henn (Tecumseh) finished second at 220 in his pool and placed third overall after winning his third place match against Isaac Grilliot from Versailles 7-2. For Troy, Will Brumfield placed third overall in his pool.

Finally at 285, Troy’s Jake Browning finished third in his pool, and Tecumseh’s Greg Asher won his pool and finished fourth after a forfeit loss in the finals.