Central DeWitt's Keaton Zeimet continued his torrid freshman season with a conference title Saturday in Maquoketa.

Zeimet (38-1) pinned Western Dubuque's Dawson Bierman in the 106-pound final in 1 minute, 34 seconds. Teammate Nick Smith (195) decisioned West Delaware's Harrison Goebel in the championship, 5-2.

West Delaware collected the team title with 214.5 points, 19.5 in front of runner-up Solon. Central DeWitt was 10th with 98 points, and Maquoketa finished 16th with 36 points.

Taven Rich was Maquoketa's top finisher, taking third at 285.

West Liberty cruises to RVC title: Powered by seven champions and four runners-up, West Liberty ran away with the River Valley Conference tournament Saturday in Wellman.

The Comets finished with 286.5 points, 100 in front of their nearest competitor.

Talen Dengler (120 pounds), Will Esmoil (132), Coy Ruess (138), Justis Dengler (145), Jackson Gingerich (182), Bryce Esmoil (195) and Andy Lopez (285) won titles.

Bryce Esmoil and Lopez had pins in the final. Esmoil is 43-0 on the year.

Wilton, led by 152-pound champion Trey Brisker, finished second with 186.5 points. Colton Cruse (113), Cory Anderson (138) and Cameron Reddick (195) each finished second.

Brisker beat West Liberty's Joe Kelly 8-5 in the final.

Camanche's Kolby Snodgrass was the other area champion. The 220-pounder beat West Liberty's Kobe Simon in the final 9-2.

Falcons second at SEISC: Hunter Connor needed only 19 seconds to wrap up a SEISC championship Saturday. The Louisa-Muscatine 182-pounder moved his record to 33-0 with a fall over Pekin's Skyler Juhl in the final at Columbus Junction.

Pekin, with three champions, picked up the team title with 170 points. Louisa-Muscatine was runner-up with 143, and New London took third at 124. Columbus and Wapello were seventh and ninth, respectively.

Columbus' Jared Kadel defeated Wapello's Colton Meeker in the 106-pound final, 8-4. Wapello's Daniel Meeker claimed the 120-pound weight class with a second-period fall over Louisa-Muscatine's Cody Calvelage.

Lisbon rolls to Tri-Rivers title: Lisbon had seven champions and accumulated 257 points to claim the Tri-Rivers Conference tournament Saturday by more than 78 points.

Midland was seventh in the eight-team field with 89 points. The Eagles had four runner-up finishers in Damon Houston (106), Trevor Gudenkauf (126), Griffen Gravel (132) and Brett Schoenherr (220).

Schoenherr lost in an ultimate tiebreaker in the finals, 4-3, to Lisbon's Logan O'Connor.