MONTAGUE — Mason County Central’s wrestling team had only three athletes available to compete at the West Michigan Conference Championships on Saturday, but all of them placed.

Topping the list was freshman Hunter Sandford, who captured a conference title in the 112-pound class with an impressive 8-1 decision over Dylan Osborn of Whitehall.

“Hunter is just wrestling really well right now,” said Spartans head coach Trim Kendel. “He has found his pace, and knows how to get the positions where he is good.”

Meanwhile, sophomore Zane McCabe made the finals in the 125-pound weight class, but fell to Hart’s Ty Thomas to finish with a second place medal.

Finally, senior Jacob Maidens finished fourth on the day in the 119-pound class.

“As a team, it was a rough week with so many wrestlers out,” Kendel added. “The good news is, most of them should be back this week for our district competitions.”

The Spartans travel to Manton on Thursday for the team district, and then head for Oscoda for the individual district tournament on Saturday.