The sixth-grade Falcon team, led by Lucas Millingar and Joshua Caraiso, placed third out of 12 teams.
Millingar won four straight matches in convincing fashion to earn the first-place medal.
"He's done great all year," said head coach Peter Caponio. "He's such a strong kid. He's so dominant."
Caraiso won a pair of matches to claim the title, pinning his final opponent in the first round. It was his third tournament title of the season.
"He's really come on strong this season," Caponio said. "He did a tremendous job at the tournament."
Other sixth-graders to place include Benjamin Stevens (second), Nicco Chavez (second), Cody Difraia (second), Bobby Martin (fourth) and Jackson Strehlow (fourth). Shawn Delk did not place.
Four members of the eighth-grade team placed at the tournament but it was Cory Hummel who claimed the top prize.
As he's done all season, Hummel commanded his division, winning four matches to clinch the tournament title. Hummel won every tournament he entered this season and Caponio is eager to see how he fares next year at the high school level.
"He's just so talented," Caponio said. "I'm really looking forward to see how he does at Liberty. I think he'll be able to compete at the 100-pound weight class right away."
Other eighth-graders to place include Anthony Boler (second), Kyle Hazen (second) and Wes Aslin (fourth). Seventh-graders Justin Boler and Cody Laughlin did not place.
"I didn't know what to expect going into this tournament," Caponio said. "We had done really well in previous tournaments but you never know. These kids basically had zero experience, so to see them pull off moves we'd been working on and make things happen like that was great."
Caponio is looking forward to seeing how his sixth graders do next season with a year of experience under their belts.
"If we stick together next year we can be pretty special," he said.