LEROY\u00a0\u2014 Pine River\u2019s wrestling squad will be sending 13 grapplers to Saturday\u2019s Division 4 regional at Rogers City. The Bucks had that number finish in the top four of their respective weight classes and will advance to the regional Saturday at Rogers City. Pine River had five individuals champs with Nate Park (103), Tony Moore (119), Jeff Gross (171), Tyler McCurry (189) and Dominic Garcia (215). Taking second place were Andrew Park (103), Jordan Stone (112), Tucker Fansler (125), Brady Long (140), Josh Jackson (215) and Chase Morrison (285). Also placing and qualifying for the regionals were Phil Ragatzki (135) and Joe Rigling (152). \u201cIt was a very good day,\u201d Pine River coach Tim Jones said. \u201cIt\u2019s the first time we\u2019ve qualified 13 for regionals.\u201d Meanwhile, the Pine River wrestling team continued to have a\u00a0stranglehold on its Division 4 district on Thursday. The Bucks defeated Manton 54-15 in the semifinals and Lake\u00a0City 78-6 in the finals to clinch their sixth straight district title at Pine\u00a0River High School. Jackson kicked off the finals with a pin at 215 pounds for\u00a0Pine River, and after six straight voids, it led 42-0.\u00a0 Ragatzki (135\/140), Long (140), Andrew Alberts (145), Travis Carlson (152), Curtis Cilwa (160) and four-year varsity wrestler\u00a0McCurry (185) all recorded pins in the finals. McCurry, who is ranked No. 12 in the final\u00a0Michigangrappler.com rankings, and Ragatzki both were 2-0, not including voids. Morrison (285), Stone (119), Moore (125), Fansler (135) and Gross all won their matches against Manton. \u201cWe just asked the\u00a0boys to be ready where they\u2019re supposed to be,\u201d \u00a0Jones\u00a0said. \u201cWe bumped up some kids and that worked out for them, and they gave us\u00a0everything we asked from them, so we\u2019re pleased with how they came out and\u00a0wrestled.\u201d Wednesday, the Bucks are home for team regionals. Pine River wrestles Traverse City St. Francis at 6 p.m. Mio AuSable faces Roger City in the other semifinals. The finals are at 7:15 p.m. \u201cRogers City is a perennial wrestling power,\u201d Jones said. \u201cI don\u2019t know much about St. Francis.\u201d Pioneer sportswriter Ryan Zuke contributed to this report.