LEROY\u00a0\u2014 Tyler Signor fell short of his goal of qualifying for the individual state finals this season for Pine River, but still had a memorable year with a 33-14 record. \u201cI guess I\u2019d have to say I\u2019ve reached my expectations,\u201d Signor said, after helping his team win districts which would lead to a regional title. \u201cI\u2019ve been working a lot with (teammate) Andrew Park and I\u2019ve been in the weight room. He taught me how to get deeper in my moves and shoot better.\u201d Park was a state qualifier at 112 pounds. Signor was hoping to make it to individual state finals last weekend at The Palace of Auburn Hills. He didn\u2019t go but he did lead his team to a state semifinal finish at Central Michigan University. \u201cI just need to wrestle hard,\u201d he said. It was a strong team season for the Bucks, who advanced to the state semifinal before falling to Hudson. \u201cWe\u2019ve got high motivation,\u201d Signor said.