There were eight medals for TSV St. Wolfgang.
But it wasn't enough for a title.
– In the proppenpollen Goldachhalle, the St. Wolfgang wrestlers welcomed 206 wrestlers to the Upper Bavarian freestyle championship.
Including some guest clubs from other parts of Bavaria, 17 teams took part in the nine-hour major event.
It almost goes without saying that the TSV wrestling department mastered the organization brilliantly, but there were also some bright spots for the wrestling wolves in sport, even though they were denied an individual title this time.
In the team classification, TSV took fourth place, behind SC Isaria Unterföhring, which currently dominates the district, ESV München-Ost and SV Siegfried Hallbergmoos, which, however, did not have a fighter from the Bundesliga squad with them.
Due to the large number of participants, especially in the A/B youth and among the men, the eleven assigned judges had their hands full handling the sometimes very close and high-class fights.
Of the 17 wrestlers who competed, Lukas Rimpfl (A/B youth, 52 kg) had the best chance of winning the title, but lost 11:12 on points against Hallbergmoos' German runner-up, Daniel Meyer, with the final gong.
Severin Attenberger (A/B, 62 kg) also had a good tournament as the youngest year with three wins and third place.
Ludwig Emberger won silver for St. Wolfgang at his first tournament (C, 31 kg).
St. Wolfgang's Anna-Katharina Fürstenau (women, 69 kg), Vitus Eisenbarth (C, 46 kg), Jonas Emberger (E, 25 kg), Milad Karimi (men, 75 kg) and Michael Flurer (men, over 88 kg), which an injury prevented from a better placement.
C youth: Vince Freiwald (34 kg, 8th place), Niko Westenthanner (38 kg, 6th place) Florian Knaus (46 kg, 5th place);
D youth: Nayan Menzel (28 kg, 6th) Georg Baumgartner (33 kg, 4th), Janni Westenthanner (33 kg, 6th);
E-Youth: Jakob Attenberger (24k g, 4th);
A/B youth: Alex Ostermaier (41 kg, 4th) and Levon Arutiunian (48 kg, 4th).