At Eureka, the Lions won the Western B-C Divisional for the first time in almost 20 years and did so on their home mats.
Eureka qualified all 10 of its wrestlers to the state meet next week, though only 120-pounder Zach Durden and 126-pounder Garrett White earned division championships.
Ronan was a close second in the team standings, behind 195 to 201.5. St. Ignatius-Charlo was third at 150.5. Top four placers all earn spots at state, while fifth and sixth are alternates.
The Mission boys will send six to state and four of them earned divisional titles -- Jamie Mullins (132 pounds), Trent Dennison (152), Steven Bravo (182) and Ethan Goss-Dickie (285).
Ronan has a league-high 10 state qualifiers, though Hunter Peterson at 113 pounds is the only divisional champ.
Thompson Falls will send six boys to state with Kaleb Frank (103) and Kyle Milner (160) as divisional champs.
Plains has five state qualifiers (Russell Kujala won at 145); Florence has four (Torren Lawson won at 138 pounds); Deer Lodge has four; Drummond has two; Noxon has two; and Superior, Bigfork and Arlee each have one.
Bigfork's lone state attendee will be Vinny Quirk, who won the 205-pound bracket, while Arlee's Alex Bertolt won at 170.