Prep Wrestling Recap- February 24th, 2020

first_img 1080p HD We will include from the Central Lakes Conference: Sartell Sabres, Sauk Rapids Storm, St. Cloud Tech Tigers and Rocori Spartans. From the Granite Ridge Conference: Albany Huskies, Foley Falcons and the Becker Bulldogs moved from the Granite Ridge into the Mississippi 8 Conference. From the Central Minnesota Conference the Eden Valley Watkins Eagles, Kimball Area Cubs, Holdingford Huskers and now added the Paynesville Bulldogs. The Royalton/Upsala Royals have moved from the Park Region Conference into the Central Minnesota Conference.Will bring you the individual results of the duals and Individual tournaments of all twelve teams. Also the list of upcoming of events, current state ratings and conference standings. You can get more of your wrestling news and results at www.theguillotine.com and more info on our local teams on my blog site:https://minnesotamatrats.wordpress.com for more on Section and Conference previews and Bi-weekly columns thru out the season. 360p Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 1/1 Auto (360p)center_img About Connatix V56490  FOLEY FALCONSThe Falcons had a great performance at their Section 7AA Individual tournament. They qualified nine wrestlers to the state tournament, including seven championships. Connor Thorsten (160) (45-4), Elijah Novak (285) (45-5), Hunter Gorecki (195) (43-6), Isaiah Fitch (152) (40-9), Levi Jacobson (113) (38-7), Greg Miller (220) (31-10) and Andy Knutson (170) (22-6) all earned championships. Logan Thorsten (145) (38-9) and Micheal Rothfork (138) (29-11) both earned second place and their tickets to the State Individual tournament. Caden Ruhoff (126) (18-15) earned third place, Ethan Oswald (120) (34-12) and Max Henne (182) (20-16) both earned fourth place and Cyler Ruhoff (106) (24-26) earned fifth place.BECKER BULLDOGSThe Bulldogs earned twelve medals at the Section 6AA Individual tournament, including six state that punched their tickets to the state tournament. Jake Nelson (132) (24-3), Lukas Paulson (138) (34-5), Caden Dewall (170) (36-1) and Brayden Weber (220) (34-3) all earned championships and Ethan Anderson (126) (35-9) and Reid Kraus (182) (35-13) both earned second place. Adam Jurek (145) (35-9) and Kylen Rish (160) (33-9) both earned third place and Ethan Duncombe (113) (21-16), Dylan Kolby (285) (15-6) and Tyson Ricker (152) (10-14) all earned fourth place and Bryce Kuschel (195) (10-16) earned fifth place.TECH TIGERSThe Tigers earned eleven medals at the Section 8AAA Individual tournament, including four that punched their ticket to the State Individual tournament. Taylor Hugg (182) (40-3), Isaiah Green (220) (18-5) and Aaron Voigt (285) (34-10) all earned championships and Jaxon Kenning (113) (25-10) earned second place. Logan Hanson (160) (30-13), Tucker Hugg (195) (18-15) and Jaden Dombrovski (106) (11-14) all earned third place. Nick Hamak (120) (20-20),Andy Johnson (145) (21-19) and Jack Latterell (152) (23-18) took fifth place and Mahamat Hissein (126) (13-20) took sixth place.KIMBALL AREA CUBSThe Cubs had a very good Section 4A Individual tournament, with six punching their tickets to the state tournament. Carter Holtz (182) (35-1), Ashton Hanan (170) (36-5), Zach Holtz (152) (32-0), Gavin Winter (126) (30-6) and Alex Nelson (132) (29-6) all earned championships and Austin Donnay (160) (29-14) earned second place. Nicholas Bowen (195) (21-10) earned third place and Brett Schiefelbein (145) (24-17), Jack Bollman (106) (23-25) and William Serbus (113) all earned fifth place and Ace Meyer (220) (21-21) took sixth place.ROYALTON-UPSALA ROYALSThe Royals had a good team performance at the Section 7A Individual tournament with eleven place winners. The Royals had four punch their tickets to the State Individual tournament, Jacob Leibold (138) (37-7), Mason Novitzki (25) (31-9) and Matthew Kasella (195) (17-9) all earned championships and Will Gorecki (113) (34-14) earned second place for his trip to the tournament. Gage Louden (220) (23-10) and Austin Wensmann (182) (24-22) both earned third place and Brady Conrad (152) (22-18, Aiden Olson (160) and Hunter Novitzki (145) (10-13) all earned fourth place medals. Michael Zimmerman (106) (21-27) earned fifth place and Isaac Kasella (170) took sixth place.ALBANY HUSKIESThe Huskies had a good team performance with eleven place winners, including one state qualifier at their Section 6AA Individual tournament. William Mergen (138) (30-12) earned second place to punch his ticket to the state tournament. Peyton Linn (170) (32-9), Tom Blattner (195) (28-14) and Riley Rakotz (182) (14-5) all earned third place medals. Dustin Schmit (120), Peyton Krumrei (132) (30-16), Hunter Tate (160) (30-14) and Tate Hoffarth (145) (26-14) all earned fourth place. Devin Hanson (113) (19-15) and Declan Crumley (152) (12-14) both earned fifth place and Jacob Adrian (220) took sixth place.SARTELL-ST. STEPHEN SABRESThe Sabres earned seven medals at their Section 8AAA Individual tournament, with three punching their tickets to the state tournament. Spencer Johnson (113) (27-7) earned the championship and Sam Fernholz (132) (37-6) and Jack Engle (195) (30-9) both earned second place. Austin Frauentholtz (170) (13-16) earned third place, Andy Heckman (120) (24-16) earned fourth place, Ashton Lipinski (138) (32-9) earned fifth place and Dylan Joyce (145) (21-11) took sixth place.SAUK RAPIDS-RICE STORMThe Storm earned eight medals at the Section 8AAA Individual tournament, including one section championship by Jared Spohn (126) (35-5), to punch his ticket to the state tournament. Hunter Farnick (285) (32-10) and Andrew Wollak (138) (23-12) both earned third place and Cole Ackerman (182) (13-9) and Ben Gilbertson (152) (12-6) both earned fourth place. Aden Rollins (220) earned fifth place and Alex Diederich (106) (21-12) and Sawyer Simmons (132) (14-11) both took sixth place.EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS EAGLESThe Eagles had a very good team performance with twelve medal winners at the Section 4A Individual tournament. Including three that punched their tickets to the state tournament. Austin Schlangen (285) (32-10), Sam Nistler (152) (33-17) and Gavin Mathies (145) (25-17) all earned second place. Teagyn Ludwig (106) (33-11), Taylor Ludwig (138) (37-10) and Zach Nistler (160) (15-7) all earned third place and Sonnie DeHeer (220) (18-21) earned fourth place. Carter Mathies (182) (26-22), Connor Lincoln (132 (16-26) and Armando Walker (195) all earned fifth place and Gavon Canon (126) (21-20) and Treyce Ludwig (113) (9-19) both took sixth place.PAYNESVILLE BULLDOGSThe Bulldogs earned six section 5A medals, including a pair of third places by Weston Roberg (170) (27-12) and Brandon Schlangen (285) (27-10), both were defeated in True-Second matches. Craig Schmitz (126) (27-13) and Aaron Mages (138) (19-28) both earned fourth place, Riley Messer (152) (29-12) earned fifth place and Brett Mages (132) (9-16) took sixth place.ROCORI SPARTANSThe Spartans had a good Section 6AA Individual tournament with eight medal winners, including two state qualifiers. Austin Moscho (152) (38-7) and Ben Primus (220) (33-12) both earned second place to punch their tickets to the state tournament. Evan Moscho (126) (21-12), Jack Major (106) (18-18), Ryan Rose (160) (14-23) and Connor Stang (285) all earned fifth place and Carter Thelen (138) (24-20) and Ben Hansen (182) (15-24) both took sixth place.HOLDINGFORD HUSKERSThe Huskers had a good Section 7A Individual tournament with ten place winners, including three state qualifiers. Sam Harren (220) (30-11) earned the championship and Tate Lange (160) (34-7) and James Welle (145) (24-16) both earned second place to punch their tickets to the state tournament. Drew Lange (106) (25-13), Max Secord (182) (23-11), Luke Bieniek (132) (16-15) and Chase Boeckman (170) (13-15) all earned fourth place. William Pilarski (113) (13-10) and Cohl Clear (126) (12-22) both took sixth place.STATE TOURNAMENT INFORMATION Class AAA, AA, A INDIVIDUALS Friday February 28th 9:00TECH#113 Jaxon Kenning 25-10 vs. (No. 2 Seeded) Zach Hanson Lakeville North 40-4#182 Taylor Hugg 40-3 vs. Jake Trachte New Prague 38-7#220 Isaiah Green 18-5 (No. 5 Seeded) vs. Nicholas Dauffenbach Stillwater 6-9#285 Aaron Voigt 34-10 (No. 5 Seeded) vs. Marvin Mamin Irondale 26-5 SARTELL-ST. STEPHEN#113 Spencer Johnson 27-7 vs. (No. 1 Seeded) Blake West Shakopee 44-1#132 Sam Fernholz 37-6 vs. Sam Holman Northfield 37-11#195 Jack Engle 30-9 vs. Quinn Sell Minnetonka 34-8 SAUK RAPIDS-RICE#126 Jared Spohn 35-5 vs. Javon Kaufman  Mounds View 23-12 FOLEY (No. 3 Seeded) vs. (Section 2) Hutchinson(Thursday February 27th 11:00)#113 Levi Jacobson 38-7 vs. (No. 1 Seeded) Reid Nelson Simley 40-5#138 Michael Rothfork 29-11 vs. Tyler Stevenson Mound-Westonka 33-16#145 Logan Thorsten 38-9 vs (No. 1 Seeded) Ryan Sokol Simley 42-2#152 Isaiah Fitch 40-9 vs. (No. 1 Seeded) Payton Anderson Fairmont 38-1#160 Connor Thorsten 45-4 vs. Grant Louwagie Marshall 27-10#170 Andy Knutson 22-6 vs. (No. 2 Seeded) Bennett Berge KM 39-1#195 Hunter Gorecki 43-6 vs. Jackson Kennedy KM 30-11#220 Greg Miller 31-10 vs. Garrison Soliday St. Thomas Academy 13-2#285 Elijah Novak 45-5 (No. 6 Seeded) vs. Andrew Barnett Detroit Lakes 35-11 BECKER#126 Ethan Anderson 35-9 vs. (No. 3 Seeded) Ross Herber LARP 27-5#132 Jake Nelson 24-3 (No. 5 Seeded) vs. Connor Roth Marshall 33-10#138 Lucas Paulson 34-5 No. 5 Seeded) vs. Chris Rodriguez Washburn 20-13#170 Caden DeWall 36-1 (No. 6 Seeded) vs. Michael Ude Fridley 30-6#182 Reid Kraus 35-13 vs. (No. 5 Seeded) Alex Nelson Hutchinson 32-6#220 Brayden Weber 34-3 (No. 4 Seeded) vs. Wyatt Dunham UCB 26-8ROCORI#152 Austin Moscho 38-7 vs. Travis Dogmen Simley 20-10#220 Ben Primus 33-12 vs. (No. 1 Seeded) Danny Striggow Orono 13-0ALBANY#138 Willam Mergen 30-12 vs. (No. 1 Seeded) Cael Berg Simley 41-4KIMBALL AREA#126 Gavin Winter 30-6 (No. 4 Seeded) vs. John Paul Fitzpatrick CI 36-12#132 Alex Nelson  29-6 (No. 6 Seeded) vs. Caleb Beeler Blue Earth 28-13#152 Zach Holtz.   32-0 (No. 2 Seeded) vs. Caden Ochsendorf Maple River 36-6#160 Austin Donnay 29-14 vs. (No. 2 Seeded) Damon Ferguson RLCC 31-7#170 Ashton Hanan 36-5 (No. 5 Seeded) vs. Dane Schoenborn FB 37-13#182 Carter Holtz 35-1 (No. 5 Seeded) vs. Ethan Boll Crookston 36-5 ROYALTON-UPSALA vs. No. 3 Seeded (Section 3) Tracy-Milroy-Balaton/WWG(Thursday February 27th 9:00)#120 Will Gorecki 34-14  vs. (No. 5 Seeded) Boden Simon Maple River 35-11#138 Jacob Leibold 37-7 vs. (No. 6 Seeded) Will Magaard KMS) 47-3#195 Matthew Kasella 17-9 vs. Josh Steffen Canby 32-7#285 Mason Novitzki 30-9 vs. (No. 4 Seeded) Cian Buehler Ottertail Central 33-6EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS#145 Gavin Mathies 25-17 vs. (No. 6 Seeded) Koby Nagel Blue Earth 20-8#152 Sam Nistler 33-17 vs. (No. 1 Seeded) Willie VonRuden Medford 19-1#285 Austin Schlangen 32-10 vs. Denver Noyes Canby 34-5HOLDINGFORD#160 Tate Lange 34-7 vs. (No. 1 Seeded) Owen Bjerga Staples-Motley 41-1#220 Sam Harren 30-11 vs. (No. 2 Seeded) Dylan Jergenson Minnewaska 41-4FINAL RATINGSTECH TIGERSTaylor Hugg No. 8 #182Isaiah Green No. 3 #220Aaron Voigt No. 9 #285 SAUK RAPIDS-RICE STORMJared Spohn No. 7 #126 SARTELL-ST. STEPHEN SABRESSpencer Johnson No. 9 #113 FOLEY FALCONS   (No. 4AA)Levi Jacobson No. 10 #113Logan Thorsten No. 6 #145Isaiah Fitch No. 8       #152Connor Thorsten No. 7 #160Hunter Gorecki No. 7 #195Elijah Novak No. 4 #2BECKER BULLDOGS         (No. 8AA)Jake Nelson No. 9       #132Lukas Paulson No. 6 #138Caden Dewall. No. 6 #170Brayden Weber No. 4 #220 KIMBALL AREA CUBS (Class A Lean and Mean)Alex Nelson  No. 7 #132Zach Holtz No. 2        #152Ashton Hanan No. 6 #170Carter Holtz No. 6      #182 ROYALTON/UPSALA ROYALS (Class A Lean and Mean)Will Gorecki No. 10 #120Jacob Leibold No. 10 #138Mathew Kasella No. 10 #195Mason Novitzki No. 7 #285 HOLDINGFORD HUSKERSTate Lange No. 8        #160Sam Harren No. 10 #220 EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS EAGLESTaylor Ludwig No. 10 #132 About Connatix V56490 720p HDlast_img


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