LONGVIEW, Wash. — Knappa scored 56 points to place eighth Saturday in the Lumberjack Wrestling Classic.
The Loggers were one of two schools from Oregon in the 10-team meet, along with ninth-place Clatskanie.
Centralia won the team title with 183.5 points, ahead of Castle Rock.
“The team competed well again, considering we are a small school and small team,” said Knappa coach Dan Owings. “This is the competition we need to help us do better at District.”
Knappa had two third-place finishers. Isaac Goozee won three and lost one for third at 182 pounds, and teammate David Patterson went 3-1 at 220. Kaleb Roe added a fourth-place finish at 170.
The Loggers compete Wednesday (4 p.m.) at Neah-Kah-Nie, a meet which will seed wrestlers for the upcoming district meet, Feb. 2-3.
Team scores: Centralia 183.5, Castle Rock 130.5, Fife 127, East Valley Yakima 110.5, Mountain View 94.5, RA Long 91, Mark Morris 82.5, Knappa 56, Clatskanie 41, Woodland 15.