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Class 2A Sectional 5

At Camanche High School

When: Noon, Saturday

Twitter: Follow the Quad-City Times' Matt Coss, @mattcoss78

Team competing: Camanche, Central DeWitt, Davenport Assumption, Maquoketa, Northeast and West Liberty

At stake: The top two finishers at each weight class advance to the district tournament on Feb. 13 at Central DeWitt. The top two teams qualify for Tuesday's regional duals.

Ranked wrestlers (11): 106 — 4. Matthew Randone (Assumption); 120 — 6. Jacob Fenske (Assumption); 126 — 6. Nate Thoms (Camanche); 132 — 2. Brice Everson (Camanche); 138 — 5. Kirk Mommsen (Assumption); 145 — 10. Patrick Schwartzhoff (Assumption); 152 — 8. Joe Kelly (West Liberty); 160 — 6. Joe Argo (Assumption); 170 — 10. Jacob Kloft (Maquoketa); 195 — 2. Bryce Esmoil (West Liberty); 220 — 4. Noah Broderson (Assumption)

Need to Know: The Comets enter after winning their second straight River Valley Conference tournament title last Saturday. Every West Liberty wrestler placed in the top six at their weight class at the conference tournament. Elsewhere, Assumption enters after claiming the Mississippi Athletic Conference tournament title last Saturday.

Class 2A Sectional 7

At Mediapolis High School

When: Noon, Saturday

Team competing: Columbus Community, Fairfield, Mediapolis, Mid-Prairie, Washington and West Burlington/Notre Dame

At stake: The top two finishers at each weight class advance to the district tournament on Feb. 13 at Clear Creek-Amana. The top two teams qualify for Tuesday's regional duals.

Ranked wrestlers (10): 113 — 3. Josh Keller (Columbus), 6. Duncan McCain (Mid-Prairie); 132 — 3. Shea Swafford (Mediapolis), 9. Kyle Anderson (Washington); 138 — 6. Brennan Swafford (Mediapolis); 145 — 6. Mason Buster (Mediapolis); 170 — 3. Tucker Morrison (Columbus); 195 — 7. Visouth Peterschmidt (Mid-Prairie); 8. Ethan Timmerman (Mediapolis); 220 — 6. Levi Duwa (Mid-Prairie)

Need to Know: Columbus had four wrestlers grab titles as it finished second at the SEISC tournament last Saturday. Keller and Morrison have combined to lose just one match this season. Mediapolis, meanwhile, claimed the SEISC title last Saturday.

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Class 1A Sectional 15

At Lisbon High School

When: Noon, Saturday

Teams competing: Bellevue, Central City, Durant, Lisbon, Midland, North Cedar, Tipton and West Branch

At stake: The top two finishers at each weight class advance to the district tournament on Feb. 13 at Wilton. The top two teams qualify for Tuesday's regional duals.

Ranked wrestlers (8): 120 — 4. Cooper Siebrecht (Lisbon); 126 — 3. Wally Zernich (Lisbon); 132 — 6. Chase McLaughlin (Lisbon); 138 — 1. Nick Williams (Lisbon); 145 — 1. Carter Happel (Lisbon); 152 — 10. Hunter Robinson (Lisbon); 195 — 7. Jordan Challis (Tipton); 220 — 6. Drew Finnegan (West Branch)

Need to Know: Durant had three wrestlers compete at the River Valley Conference tournament last Saturday, with senior Brandon Dykes earning a third-place finish at 195 pounds.

Class 1A Sectional 16

At New London High School

When: Noon, Saturday

Twitter: Follow the Journal's Andrew Wyder, @akwyder

Teams competing: Highland, Iowa City Regina, Lone Tree, Louisa-Muscatine, New London, WACO, Wapello and Wilton

At stake: The top two finishers at each weight class advance to the district tournament on Feb. 13 at Wilton. The top two teams qualify for Tuesday's regional duals.

Ranked wrestlers (11): 106 — 5. Samuel Loyd (New London); 113 — 10. Javis Krieger (New London); 120 — 1. Bryce West (Highland); 126 — 2. Drew West (Highland); 132 — 7. Austin Leopard (Louisa-Muscatine); 138 — 9. Reno Chiri (New London); 145 — 3. Trey Brisker (Wilton); 152 — 5. Tanner Greenwald (Wilton); 160 — 10. Rogan Pforts (Wapello); 182 — 4. Bryce Overson (Wilton); 285 — 1. Jared Brinkman (Iowa City Regina)

Need to Know: The Beavers finished third at the River Valley Conference tournament last Saturday, led by three wrestlers grabbing conference titles (Brisker, Greenwald and Esmoil). Wapello, meanwhile, was third at the SEISC tournament. Pforts was the lone Wapello conference champ, but four of his teammates finished second. L-M's Leopard looks to begin the road to a return trip to the state tournament after finishing second at the SEISC tournament.

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