LEROY \u2014 Tony Moore took first place at the prestigious Marquette Invitational and is giving indications this could be quite the season for the Pine River wrestler. He entered the Marquette Invitational at 6-1. He\u2019s at 119 pounds this year and lost his only match wrestling at 125 against Reed City. \u201cThis kid\u2019s a good wrestler but I expected more out of myself,\u201d Moore said. \u201cMy expectations of myself are pretty high. I want to make it further than I did (to state finals) last year.\u201d Moore qualified for the state meet last season but didn\u2019t place. Placing as high as he can at the state meet is a major goal this season. \u201cI\u2019m pushing myself in the (wrestling) room, trying to make myself better,\u201d he said. \u201cThis should definitely be my best year.\u201d His top and neutral positions are his strengths, Moore indicated. He wants to improve on his bottom work. Right now, Moore said he\u2019s wrestling the way he should be. \u201cI want to keep getting better every day and try to make myself the best I can be for (wrestling at state),\u201d he said. The Bucks were fifth at the Marquette meet. \u201cWe have a good team this year,\u201d Moore said. \u201cWe\u2019re missing some key people from last\u00a0 year, but we have people to step up. I think we have a pretty good shot this year to go to state.\u201d Prior to the Marquette tournament, Moore called it an opportunity for his team to get ready for the rest of the season.\u201d Pine River is off until Saturday when the team wrestles at the St. Louis Invitational.