DETROIT \u2014 Andrew Park and Tim Rizor, of Pine River, took home second-place finishes on Saturday in the individual state wrestling finals at Ford Field. Park, at 140 pounds, notched his 200th career win when he won in the semifinal. It also tied a Pine River career record, which has been held by Justin Jacobs. But in his bid for 201, Park lost 5-1 in the final to Austin Wolford of New Lothrop. Tim Rizor at 189 pounds lost his title match to Kyle Cassaday of Beaverton 8-1. \u201cHe had been beaten three times by the Beaverton kid before,\u201d Pine River coach Tim\u00a0Jones said. \u201cIt was going to be a tall task. But he\u00a0wrestled tonight\u00a0in the finals.\u201d Park\u00a0had the No. 1 seed in\u00a0the finals. He had two\u00a0pretty close matches,\u201d Jones said. \u201cHad he won in the\u00a0fiinals, he would have eclipsed the record.\u201d Also for Pine River, Tyler Signor was third at 125 and Brock Nelson third at 145. Caleb Nolf took eighth at 103. \u201cAs a group, they all wrestled well,\u201d Jones. \u201cTo get two boys in the finals is a big accomplishment and we had two third-placers. Overall, we were happy with the place we had. There were a few boys who had some unfortunate matches and were just a match away from being a placer. They wrestled hard just to make it to the state finals.\u201d Jones said Pine River\u2019s Terry\u00a0Martin was named assistant coach of the year in Division 4.