"We pretty much breezed through them, but he did have five weight classes that he didn't have anybody in, so that was an automatic thirty points for us right there," DMS head coach Curtis Primm told The Herald.
Our guys saw some good wrestling," Coach Primm said.
"That's my humbling tournament.
The guys are usually all pumped up and think they're doing some super wrestling and then we go to MBA and they get back to where they need to be...it does our guys good because it gives them an idea of what they need to do to get better.
"It gets them to listen to the things we're stressing to them during practices, being aggressive at all times and focusing on improving each time they hit the mat."
For Coach Primm, each season is a steady climb to the real goal every year, winning the conference tournament.
"We're taking them all one match at a time and not holding back, trying to stay upbeat getting ready for the MCAC tournament in December.
That's what we strive for," Coach Primm said.