The Lewis Cass Kings had a great weekend and placed second in the Hoosier Conference tournament on Jan. 14.  Freshmen Cael Bernhardt and Sam Miller were seeded third and fifth for their weight classes, respectively. Sophomores Jordan Raderstorf, Cade Cox, and Dalton Bandelier were seeded first, second and fourth, respectively. Noah Miller and Aaron Willison, juniors, were both seeded fourth. And finally, for the seniors, Cole Carden was seeded second, Hunter Carden and Drake Hall were seeded third, Tristan Keller was seeded fourth, and Chris Klein and Conner Jones were both seeded fifth.

At the meet, the tough Kings team faced great competition; however, the team finished the tournament on a high note. Raderstorf (120-pounds), Hall (152) and Cole Carden (170) all placed second in their respected weight classes. Cox (126), Bandelier (182), and Keller (195) placed third. Noah Miller (106), Jones (220), and Willison (285) placed fourth. Samuel Miller (113), Bernhardt (132) and Hunter Carden (152) placed fifth while Chris Klein (160) placed sixth. 

The Kings also faced the Logansport Berries on Jan. 17, earning a 37-29 victory. Both Millers won by forfeit. Hunter Carden, Klein, Cole Carden, Bandelier and Jones all brought home wins for the Kings. Freshmen C.J. Burrous and Cayl Garland also grabbed victories. Sophomores Blake Jones, Caleb Hughes, Alex Myers, James Fale, and Bryce Reish contributed to the win for the junior varsity. The team faces the Northwestern Tigers on Jan. 19 for senior night. The meet starts at 6 p.m.  

Also, the Queenfish and Kingfish competed in the Hoosier Conference meet on Jan. 14 at Purdue University. The Queenfish tied with Twin Lakes with 216 points. Hannah Young, a freshman, placed second in the 200-meter freestyle. Young set a new school record with her time in this event. Marisol Karmel, a junior, placed third in the individual medley and 500. The Kingfish placed ninth overall. The team swims at Twin Lakes on Jan. 19 starting at 6 p.m.