Powered by another state title by Brother Martin, the Catholic League had a dominate presence in the State Wrestling Tournament in Bossier City.
Behind five first-place finishes, the Crusaders of coach Robbie Dauterive captured the Division I state wrestling title for the seventh time in the last eight years.
Brother Martin finished with 331.5 points, topping Catholic League rival Holy Cross, which finished with 306.5 points. Jesuit, another Catholic League team, finished ninth with 184.5 points.
Rounding out the Top 5 were Parkway in third place with 288 points, Basile with 282 points and Teurlings Catholic with 242 points.
Other notables from the Catholic League included Jesuit’s Perry Ganci capturing his third-straight state title in the 285-pound class.
Also, the Frost brothers of Holy Cross – Evan, Jacob and Cameron – all won state titles in their respective weight classes.
Logan Bertot of Brother Martin won the 120-pound class, defeating Luke Romano of Catholic High of Baton Rouge in the finals.
Daniel Croy captured the 132-pound class with a win over Peyton Ward of St. Paul’s.
Alex Duncan won the 138-pound class with a win over Dyllon Bernard of Comeaux.
Another state champion for Brother Martin was Patrick Evans with his win in the 145-pound class over Ben Davidson of St. Paul’s.
Rounding out Brother Martin’s first-place finishers was Mason Massicot, who defeated Allen Mire of Hahnville in the 160-pound class.
Evan Frost of Holy Cross won the 106-pound class by defeating Sam Dreuil of Jesuit.
Jacob Frost captured the 113-pound class by topping Ethan Castex of Brother Martin.
Rounding out the Frost brothers trifecta was Cameron in the 170-pound class when he defeated Hunter Hawkins of St. Paul.
Also capturing a state title for Holy Cross was Caden Mumme. Mumme won the 182-pound class when he defeated Caleb Mickelson of Zachary in the finals.
Jesuit’s Ganci finished off a perfect 40-0 season when he defeated Mack Brown of Brother Martin in the 285-pound class.
Also garnering a first-place finish for Jesuit was Luke Eccles. He defeated Peyton Bass of Airline in the 126-pound class.