Jack Reynolds highlighted Petaluma Junior High School efforts in the North Valley League wrestling championships, taking his second straight league title.
Reynolds won the 98-pound class with a 2-0 record that included two pins.
Petaluma finished fourth in the team competition with 83 points, with league dual-meet champion Windsor narrowly edging Lawrence Jones for the team title 109-107.
Competitors for Petaluma Junior High School were, by weight class:
Ryan Robinson finished fourth at 78 pounds with a 2-2 record and one pin.
Jake Williams was third at 93 pounds, finishing with a 2-1 record with a pin.
Joe O'Hagen culminated an outstanding first season with a first in the tournament's junior varsity competition, winning three matches at 98 pounds, two by pin.
Jack Pieffer placed fourth at 98 pounds with a 1-2 record, with his one win coming by pin.
Kyle Challe came in third at 105 pounds with a 3-1 record and two pins.
Christian Williams was second in the 105-pound class in junior varsity competition, with a 1-1 record with his win coming via a pin.