Three area wrestlers will go for titles in the Bob Kuhn Prairie Classic on Saturday at Hays High.

Phillipsburg put two in the finals — Jacob Sisson and Aaron Lenker — while WaKeeney-Trego’s Dillon Dunn also punched his ticket to the title match by going 3-0 on Friday.

Sisson pinned all three opponents Friday — Goddard-Eisenhower’s Bradon Miller, Hays High’s Adin Flock and Pratt’s Kaiser Pelland.

Sisson, who won a Class 3-2-1A state championship at 120 pounds in 2018 and was state runner-up at 126 pounds last year, will face Great Bend's Drew Liles in Saturday’s 126-pound final.

Lenker (132 pounds) pinned Ulysses’ Drake Anguiano in the first round and McPherson’s Collin Pearson in the quarterfinals before earning a 9-2 decision over Pratt's Koda Dipman in the semis. Lenker will meet Great Bend’s Carsyn Schooler in the final.

Dunn (220 pounds) picked up a pin over Pratt’s Mason Meicher, a 9-1 decision over Spring Hill’s Logan Greenhaigh and a 17-0 technical fall over Ellsworth’s Brendan Tripp. Dunn will meet McPherson's Mason Thrash in the final.

Hays High’s DaVontai Robinson made the semifinals at 182 pounds. He earned a 4-1 decision over Goddard-Eisenhower’s Cole Rader and pinned Campus’ Aidan Williams before dropping a 3-0 decision to McPherson’s Kourtney Craig.

Hays’ Cyrus Vajnar (113), Flock (126) and Gavin Nutting (220) all won their first-round matches but fell in the quarterfinals.

Matches in the consolation bracket resume at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday.