Chiawana crowned four champions Saturday at the Bob Mars Tournament, taking second place in the team standings.
Othello, with two champions, won the team title with 222 points, edging the Riverhawks by seven points.
The Riverhawks got titles from Darius Grogan (138), Morgan McFee (145), Tyson Stover (160) and Josh Alvarez (285).
Chris Melo (113) and Jeremy Mendez (132) won titles for the Huskies.
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Host Kennewick got a title from Emilio Ramos at 170, while Kiona-Benton’s Alejandro Llerenas won the 195-pound title with a 9-3 win over Moses Lake’s Bryan Guzman.
Team scores: Othello 222, Chiawana 215, Moses Lake 210, Quincy 184, Zillah 140, Walla Walla 106, Wapato 102.5, Prosser 200, Kennewick 72, Eisenhower 66, Riverside 63, Kiona-Benton 60, Wenatchee 45, Kamiakin 29, Richland 27.5, River View 20. Championship matches — 106: Jonathan Tanguma (ML) won by inj. default over Uriel Garcia (Wap). 113: Chris Melo (Oth) d. Maximus Zamora (ML), 5-1. 120: Tanner Bushman (Q) md. Xzavier Villareal (ML), 19-7. 126: Sergy Salas (Wap) p. Taylor Lakey (Pro). 132: Jeremy Mendez (Oth) p. Joel Coronel (Zil). 138: Darius Grogan (Chi) d. Roberto Ramirez (Oth), 4-0. 145: Morgan McFee (Chi) d. Devon Salcedo (Q), 7-1. 152: Cruz Vasquez (ML) p. Juan Martinez (Oth). 160: Tyson Stover (Chi) d. Patrick Workman (Rich), 8-7. 170: Emilio Ramos (Ken) p. Tavin Blair (Chi). 182: Isaac Vargas (Zil) p. Ray Robinson (Q). 195: Alejandro Llerenas (KB) d. Bryan Guzman (ML), 9-3. 220: Ruben Vargas (Q) d. DJ Guzman (Oth), 5-1. 285: Josh Alvarez (Chi) p. Isaiah Perez (Oth).
DAVIS INVITE: Hayden Henry and Jonathan Burt won titles at the Davis Invite in Yakima, helping Hanford to a third-place finish in the team standings.
Henry won the 182-pound title, pinning Brett Womack of Eastmont in 2:59. Henry won all three of his matches by fall.
Burt topped Amadeo Flores Pimentel of Selah 8-6 in the title match at 220.
Also placing for the Falcons were Taylor Wilson (5th, 106), Austin Patton (3rd, 113), Eli Cooper (5th, 132), Nay Say (3rd, 138), Cley Green (5th, 145), Louis Werner (3rd, 160) and David Bates (3rd, 170).
Team scores: West Valley 179.5, Selah 178.5, Hanford 157, Ephrata 129, Sunnyside 110, Eastmont 106, Davis 100.5, Pullman 98.5, Ellensburg 88.5, Toppenish 73.5, Naches 53, East Valley 31, White Swan 25.5, Goldendale 19.5, Granger 11, Highland 9. Championship matches: 106: Evan Anderson (Sel) p. Kelvin Sager (Eph), 1:54. 113: Andy Pimentel (Sel) p. Sam Guerrero (Sun), 3:13. 120: Clay Johns (Eph) p. Josh Fernandez (Dav), 3:53. 126: Daniel Callahn (Sel) p. Fabian Ortega (Sun), 3:44. 132: AJ Au (Sel) p. Jason Zuniga (Top), 3:56. 138: Chris Moores (WV) p. Logan Patrick (Nac), 2:30. 145: John Sowers (Dav) p. Adrian Vivanco (EV), 1:30. 152: Emiliano Mata (Dav) tf. Josue Navarro (WV), 15-0. 160: Jared Navarro (WV) p. Jaime Flores Pimentel (Sel), 4:28. 170: Kiran Srikanth (Pul) md. Connor Koch, 19-6. 182: Hayden Henry (Han) p. Brett Womack, 2:59. 195: Hunter Gangle (Nac) md. Cade Stevenson (Ell), 12-2. 220: Jonathan Burt (Han) d. Amadeo Flores Pimentel (Sel), 8-6. 285: Dietrik Mueller (Pul) won by inj. default over Eli Guevara (Eph).
KAMIAKIN 69, EASTMONT 37: Oumou Toure had a game-high 31 points to lead the Braves to a nonleague win over the Wildcats.
Toure scored 17 of Kamiakin’s 19 points in the fourth quarter. Alexa Hazel added 14 points, while Regan Clark had nine.
Emily Dufour led Eastmont with 16 points.
PROSSER 44, EAST VALLEY 34: Madison Golden had 11 points and seven rounds to lead the Mustangs to a road win over the Red Devils.
Asia Olivarez added 10 points, and Brooke Wheeler 13 rebounds and three steals for Prosser, which trailed 12-9 at the end of the first quarter.
EPHRATA 62, GRANDVIEW 52: The Greyhounds fell behind early and could not get back on track as the Tigers posted the nonleague win.
Ephrata outscored Grandview 14-2 in first quarter, and even though the Greyhound pulled within six at one point, they could not take control of the game.
Grace Meza led Grandview with 19 points, while Katelyn Ostrowski had 25 for Ephrata.
CONNELL 48, OKANOGAN 42: The Eagles rallied from 10 points down at the half for the nonleague win.
Heather Hawkins led the way for Connell with 14 points, while Morgan Smith added eight.
COLUMBIA-BURBANK 50, DESALES 26: Ali Martineau had a game-high 23 points to lead the Coyotes past the Irish in a nonleague game in Burbank.
Burbank led 30-8 at the half and never looked back.
HANFORD 62, NORTH CENTRAL 46: Garrett Horner had 23 points and seven rebounds to lead the Falcons to a nonleague home win over the Indians.
Hanford used a 17-6 run in the second quarter to pull away.
Connor Woodward added 17 points for the Falcons, while Dan Izquierdo hauled down 11 rebounds and had four blocked shots.
WALLA WALLA 68, MOSES LAKE 62: The Blue Devils saw their 14-point lead at the half melt away, then had to hold on for a nonleague win over the Chiefs.
Dylan Sullivan led Wa-Hi with 17 points — 15 of which came in the third quarter — and seven rebounds, while Tyler Greene added 14 points and five assists.
Zach Phillips led Moses Lake with 28 points.
KAMIAKIN 68, EASTMONT 41: Robert Pischel went 4 for 5 from the 3-point line, and had 16 first half points as the Braves rolled to a road win over the Wildcats.
Pischel finished with 18 points and four assists, while Garrett Paxton added 18 points, eight rebounds and three assists.
Kamiakin scored 30 points in the paint and got 18 points from its bench.
WEST VALLEY 49, SOUTHRIDGE 28: The Rams jumped out to a 29-13 lead at the half and the Suns could not recover in a nonleague road loss in Yakima.
Dante Ragsdale led Southridge with nine points, while Tristan Smith had eight.
PROSSER 85, EAST VALLEY 51: Teegan Cox led the way with 19 points as the Mustangs romped to a road win over the Red Devils.
Andre Vanguardia added 16 points for Prosser, while Will Weinman had 14.
OKANOGAN 61, CONNELL 52: Silas Chase poured in 27 points — including six 3-pointers — for the Eagles, but it wasn’t enough as the Bulldogs used a big second half for the nonleague win.
Gage Wilson led Okanogan with 20 points, while Jordan Jessee had 19.
COLUMBIA-BURBANK 48, DESALES 35: Reese Humphreys scored 11 of his 18 points in the second half to rally the Coyotes past the Irish.
JJ Lopez scored all 12 of his points in the second half for Burbank, which trailed 18-16 at the half.