LEROY\u00a0\u2014 Pine River\u2019s wrestling team was second to Chippewa Hills at the Alma Tournament on Saturday. The Bucks are now 13-2 and ranked No. 3 in the state for Division 4. The Bucks defeated Alma 42-31 to open action on Saturday. The Bucks then defeated St. Louis 42-26. They faced Carson City-Crystal and won 38-28. CC-Crystal is ranked ninth in the state. Chippewa Hills prevailed over the Bucks in the final 51-12. \u201cWe just can\u2019t seem to knock them off,\u201d Pine River coach Tim Jones said. Chippewa Hills is ranked No. 3 in Division 3 and is the defending state runner-up. Andy Park was 4-0, Brian McCurry 3-0, and Justin Cole and Joe Rigling were both 3-1. \u201cWe knew it was going to be tough with Chip Hills,\u201d Jones said. \u201cThey\u2019re just tough all the way through their lineup. We were hoping to make it a closer match. It was a good match to see where we stand and where we need to improve on to face a team of that caliber. St. Louis and Carson City are two good Division 4 teams. \u201cAndy Park has been solid for us,\u201d Jones said. \u201cBryan McCurry went through a slump, but is back on track.\u201d Last Wednesday, Pine River beat Lake City 69-12 in dual action. Pine River is at Benzie Central on Wednesday and is at Forest Hills Eastern on Saturday.