Five local wrestlers' from Jackson, Vinton County, and Wellston saw their seasons end on Saturday.
The Ironmen finished in 33rd out of 50 schools with six points at the Division II district tournament at Claymont High School.
In addition, Vinton County was 42nd with three points, while Wellston, which participated at the Division III district tournament at Troy Hobart Arena, was 50th in the team standings out of 62 schools.
In the third consolation match, Jackson's Brice Parks saw his season end after losing to Logan Krulik of Beaver Local by pin in the 160-pound class.
Parks finished 2-2 at the tournament after topping Logan Slade (River View) by pin, and Cordell Lingafelter (Meadowbrook) - also by pin - in the first and second consolation rounds.
Parks lost in his first-round match by pin to Wesley Pauley of Morgan, which placed him in the consolation bracket.
For Vinton County, Mason Hameric, Tim Bunnell, and Ray Lewis combined to go 0-6 at Claymont High School.
Hameric suffered losses by pin against Shaun Pletcher of Philo and Pierce Jordan of Utica in the 120-pound class.
In the 152-pound class, Bunnell lost by pin to Jashon Hubbard of Steubenville in the first-round match and concluded his day with a loss by pin against West Holmes' Cruz Alexander in the first consolation match.
Minerva's Jay Chaddock in the first consolation match in the 170-pound class defeated Ray Lewis. Lewis also went down by pin against Reece Wilson of Bexley in his first-round match.
At Troy Hobart Arena, Wellston's Brandon Moon went 1-2 on the day for the Golden Rockets.
After losing a 6-4 decision to Jayden Heltsley of Arcanum in his first-round match, Moon rebounded to score a pin over Hunter Preston of Southeastern Local in the first consolation match.
However, Moon was eliminated after losing by pin in the second consolation match against Corey Lancaster from Cincinnati Country Day.
Jacob Scheaffer (132-pounds) and Justen Anderson (145-pounds) also qualified for the district tournament but neither made the trip.
The district tournaments in Division II-III wraps up the 2017-18 seasons for Jackson, Vinton County, and Wellston.