The Tigers tied Jonathan Law-Milford for 46th place in the team standings with 14 points.
Three Ridgefield wrestlers competed at the Open meet, but none of them placed (top-six) in their respective weight classes.
Competing in the 120-pound division, Kevin Side won three of five matches. Side began the tournament with an 11-2 major decision over Frankie Hogan of New Canaan, and then lost by pin to Taylor Shay of New Fairfield in 2:31.
Dropping to the consolation bracket, Side stayed alive by defeating George Sticca of Farmington, 4-2, and Dylan Martel of Griswold, 5-2. But Side’s run ended with a 3-2 loss to Devon MarcAurele of Ledyard.
At 126 pounds, Ridgefield’s Matt Philbin fell to Griswold’s Zac Cassidy, 8-5, in a first-round match. Philbin went to the consolation bracket and pinned Branford’s Joseph Martone in 37 seconds.
Philbin followed up that victory with an 8-2 win over Lyman Memorial’s Mischak Potter before bowing getting pinned by Immaculate’s Emmet Lacastri in 4:11.
In the 170-pound division, Ridgefield’s Matt Sesto lost his opening match to Connor Carroll of Daniel Hand, 4-2, and then won by injury default over Ledyard’s Ryan Wade in the consolation bracket. Sesto bowed out of the tournament with a 6-0 loss to Farmington’s Dovydas Simanskis.
Notes: Danbury won the Open team title with 130 points. Windham was second with 121 points.
Ninety-six teams had wrestlers at the two-day meet.
The top-four wrestlers in each weight class advance to the New England championships this weekend in Providence, R.I.