Christian County finished third at the Fort Knox Wrestling Invitational Saturday.
The Colonels finished 15 points out of first place behind winner Tates Creek.
The Colonels had five individual placers lead by tournament champions Jamerean Killebrew at 112 and Dakorian Polley at 140. They also had two runner-ups in Caleb Austin (pictured above) at 103 and Jeremy Burnham at 119. Also placing for the Colonels was Lance Cooper, who was fourth at 125.
"It was a day of firsts for us. Killebrew was named his first tournament Most Outstanding Wrestler. He pinned every one of his opponents. Polley won his first tournament defeating Nelson County's Daniel Pile. Both Austin and Burnham made it to their first finals match. Overall it was a good day, and the team came together and wrestled well against some tough competition," said head coach Robert Burnham.