The Bulldogs defeated two foes at the HLWW “Lakers” triangular; they defeated Section 6AA foe Rocori 57-13 (11-3) and HLWW 50-21 (10-4). Bennet Kujawa (106), Kaden Nicolas (120), Landon Kujawa (106), Drew May (132), Jake Rosenow (138/145), Mason Doucette (160), Adam Jurek (170), Dylan Weber (195) and Bryce Kuschel (285) all went 2-0. The Bulldogs had a good team performance with sixteen place winners for 245 points to earn the Albany “Purple Pride” tournament championship. Kaden Nicolas (113/31-3), Landen Kujawa (120/28-4), Drew May (126/25-13), Mason Doucette (152/31-7), Adam Jurek (160/26-8) and Dylan Kolby (220/18-3) all earned championship medals. Bennett Kujawa (106/18-10) and Tyson Ricker (170/28-7) both earned second. Ryan Becker (132/10-11), Ethan Anderson (138/20-8), Owen Angel (145/16-6) and Dylan Weber (182/20-8) all earned third place and Ryan Nelson (170/7-7) and Bryce Kuschel (285/28-6) both earned fourth place.
PEQUOT LAKES/PINE RIVER-BACKUS ROAD CREW
The Road Crew defeated three rivals in a recent quadrangular, they defeated Pierz 58-14, Fergus Falls 76-6 and SCM 69-3. Trevor Holmberg, Caleb Ruhl, Owen Carlson, Chance Abraham, Trey Tuchtenhagen, Connor Tulenchik, Corbin Knapp and Austin Staricha all went 3-0. Parker Zutter, Riley Peters and Earl Stockman all went 2-0 ad Karson Kinyon and Korey Kinyon all went 2-1. The Road Crew finish their regular season with a 26-1 dual meet mark!
BIG LAKE HORNETS
The Hornets defeated Mississippi 8 conference rivals St. Francis 63-6 (12-2).
The Royals defeated Section 2AA rivals St. Peter 52-11 (11-3). The Royals had a good evening with a pair of wins at the Hutchinson “Tigers” Triangular. They defeated Section 2AA rivals Hutchinson 36-22 and Wright County Conference rival New London-Spicer 56-9. Titan Friederichs, Eli Hamberger, Aaron Bury, Jack Entinger, Bryce Burkett, Tanner Burmeister and Jackson Drahos all went 2-0.
The Falcons defeated four foes at the Blane “Bengals” Dual tournament. They defeated AAA Lean and Mean Blaine 44-25 (9-5), AAA Owatonna 39-29 (9-5) and Rosemount (47-25 (9-5). Cole Rudnitski (145), Alex Jennissen (152), Josiah Peterson (182/195), Colton Rothfork (220) and Elijah Novak all went 3-0, Wyatt Wall (113) went 2-1 and Cyler Ruhoff (106) went 2-0. The Falcons defeated Granite Ridge Conference foe Zimmerman 60-12 (11-3) to close out their regular season.
ANNANDALE/MAPLE LAKE LIGHTING
The Lightning had a pair of big wins at the Delano “Tigers” Triangular; they defeated Wright County Conference rivals Delano 67-9 and Section 6AA rivals Rocori 36-32 (7-7). Ayden Fitzgerald, Noah Gindele, Zach Pribyl, Carson Cooper and Nathan Klatt all went 2-0. The Lighting had a pair of bigs wins over Wright County Conference rivals at their home triangular. They defeated Section 6AA DC/Litch 38-33 (7-7) and Mound Westonka 58-20 (10-4).Cassen Brunn, Noah Gindele, Mitch Kloss, Cole LaFave, Zach Pribyl and Riley Hall all went 2-0.
The Coop defeated Wright County Conference rival Howard Lake/Waverly-Winsted 51-21 (10-4). The Coop was defeated in two duals at their home triangular. They were defeated by No. 8AAA ranked Willmar 57-15 (3-11) and by Hutchinson 52-28 (4-10) a Wright County Conference rival. The Coop did defeat Section 6AA and AA Lean and Mean Princeton 44-30 (7-7). Spencer Henke went 3-0, Sam Marx and Hayden Hoernemann both went 2-0 and Victor Franco and Gabe Nelson both went 2-1. The Coop split two with Class A foes at the Kimball Area “Cubs” Triangular. They defeated Eden Valley-Watkins 41-33 (6-8) and they were defeated by No. 4A ranked Kimball Area 48-21. Gabe Nelson, Jude Link, Sam Marx and Spencer Henke all went 2-0. The Coop split duals with a pair of conference foes, they were by defeated by Section 6AA rivals Annandale-Maple Lake 38-33 (7-7). They defeated Mound-Westonka 54-27 (9-5). Victor Franco, Devin Steinhaus, Jude Link, Sam Marx, Hayden Hoernemann and Brendan Rokala all went 2-0.
The Tigers went 0-3 at the DC/LITCH Quad; they last to No. 7AAA Willmar 48-24 (5-9), AA ranked DC/LITCH 44-30 (6-8) and Hutchinson 42-38 (7-7). Ethan Ballweber went 3-0, Tyler Wells, Bryce HAubenschild and Kaden Olsen all went 2-1. That’s all that was report by the Tigers!
The Mustangs won a pair of big duals at the Little Falls “Flyers” Triangular. They defeated a pair of AAA foes; Granite Ridge Conference rivals Little Falls 40-28 (8-6) and Brainerd 37-32 (7-7). No report on Zimmerman dual. The Mustangs defeated two foes at the North Branch “Vikings” Triangular; they defeated Section 7AA rivals Grand Rapids 66-15. Mason Nelson, Carter Gmahl, Nathan Nelson, Brock Felkama, Avery Nelson, Tucker ass and Dyllan Adams all went 2-0. The Mustangs had a very good 21-6 dual record for the regular season and they tied for the Granite Ridge Conference title with Foley and Pierz.
The Gobblers defeated AAA Brainerd 35-34 (7-7) in a very good dual. The Gobblers went 3-0 at the Grand Rapids “Thunderhawks” Quadrangular. They defeated Section 7AA foe Grand Rapids 56-22 (8-6), Nashwauk-Keewatin 78-3 and Chisago Lakes 72-10. James Erickson, Kenny Erickson, Marshall Larson, Hayden Workman, Carson Kallhem and Craig Ashton all went 3-0. Jacob Benson-Vick, John Pelarski and Nathan Stifter went 2-1 and Kyle Hacker and Jacob Williams both went 2-0.
The Spartans split duals at the Delano “Tigers” Triangular; they defeated the host Delano 53-24 (9-5). They were defeated by the No. 12AA ranked and Section 6AA rivals Annnadale-Maple Lake 36-32 (7-7). Evan Moscho (145), Austin Moscho (152), Ryan Rose (170), Mason Orth (195) and Grady Minnerath (220) all went 2-0. The Spartans dropped a pair of duals at the HLWW “Lakers” Triangular; they were defeated by Section 6AA and No. 3AA ranked Becker 57-13 and Section 4A HLWW 44-27 (5-9). Austin Moscho (152) and Grady Minnerath (220) both went 2-0. Special Note: Austin Moscho 12th 152 Won his 175th Career Match and Mason Orth 10th 182 Won recorded his 25th Career Falls. The Spartans defeated a pair of Class A foes at the KMS “Fighting Saints” Triangular. KMS 56-18 (11-3) and BOLD 60-18 (11-3) Jack Major (126), Luke Hemmesch (138), Evan Moscho (145), Austin Moscho (152), Ryan Russell (182), Mason Orth (195) and Matt Goebel (220). The Spartans split dual at the Sartell “Sabres” Triangular, they defeated Central Lakes Conference rival Sartell 49-26 (9-5). They were defeated by No. 7AAA ranked Bemidji 54-15. (4-10), Evan Moscho (145) and Austin Moscho (152) both went 2-0.
The Pioneers went 2-1 at the Fergus Falls “Otters” quadrangular; they defeated SCM 51-27 and Fergus Falls 54-21 (9-5). They were defeated by Pequot Lakes-Pine River-Backus 58-14. Liam Hennessy and Trevor Radunz both went 3-0 and Carter Young, Kyle Stangl, Chase Beck, Frank Tomberlin and Nathan Nash all went 2-1.The Pioneers went 3-0 at the home quadrangular; they defeated Granite Ridge Conference rial Albany 43-29, AA Cloquet 81-0 and Crosby-Ironton 72-3. Carter Young, Liam Hennessy, Derek Stengel, Jacob LeBlanc, Trevor Radunz, Frank Tomberlin, Nathan Nash and Daniel Hoffman all went 3-0. Chase Becker, Derrick Przybilla, Wyatt Dingmann and Alex Gerwing all 2-1. The Pioneers defeated AAA Wayzata 47-18 (10-4) to close out their regular season. They were defeated by Royalton 57-15.
The Huskies had a good tournament performance with 112 points and ten place winners to earn fourth place at their “Purple Pride” invitational. Jacob Adrian (285/33-5) earned their lone championship. The Huskies did earn three second place medals by: Devin Hansen (132/34-11), Payton Krumrei (160/34-11) and Hunter Tate (182/23-9). Joseph Schmidt (126/24-21) and Declan Crumley (195/32-13) both earned fourth place. Mason Plumski (138/9-12) and Spencer Kollmann (145/19-23) both earned fifth place and Cole Moulzolf (152/11-26) and Cooper Brinkman (170) both took sixth place.
ST. MICHAEL-ALBERTVILLE KNIGHTS
The Knights had a pair of duals; they defeated No. 5AAA ranked Hastings 45-24 (9-5) and Section rival Wayzata 47-18 (10-4).
The Lumberjacks defeated a pair of rivals at the BHV/PP “Raiders” Triangular; they defeated No. 8AAA ranked Willmar and Section 8AAA rival 31-27 (7-7) and BHV/PP 61-16 (11-3). Dane Jorgensen, Logan Willard, Jared Frenzel, Nate Schwinghammer and Dylan Headbird all went 2-0. The Lumberjacks defeated two foes at the Forest Lake “Rangers” quadrangular. They defeated No. 4A ranked Kimball Area 37-25 and Park 50-15. They were defeated by the No. 6AAA Forest Lake 38-27. Dane Jorgensen, Seth Newby and Nate Schwinghammer all went 3-0. Gabe Morin, Thade Osborn, Coy Olsen, Logan Willard and Dylan Headbird all went 2-1.
The Cardinals splita pair of rivals at the BHV/PP “Raiders” Triangular. They were defeated by Section 8AAA rival and No. 7AAA ranked Bemidji 31-27 (7-7) and they defeated BHV/PP 48-19 (10-4). Cavin Carlson, Ivan Mares, Sully Anez, Conlan Carlson, Braeden Erickson, Jonas Anez and Joel Kallevig all went 2-0. The Cardinals had three big wins at the DC/Litch Coop quadrangular; they defeated the Coop 57-15, Hutchinson 49-21 and AA Princeton 48-24. Cavin Carlson, Ivan Mares, Sully Anez, Conlan Carlson, Braeden Erickson, Jonas Anez, Joe Kallevig and Mason Swanson all went 3-0 and Will Chavez went 2-1. The Cardinals split with foes at the Moorhead “Spuds” triangular, Section 8AAA foe Moorhead 63-18 (11-3) and AA ranked Perham they come up short 36-27 (5-9). Cavin Carlson, Ivan Mares, Conlan Carlson, Jonas Anez and Mason Swanson all went 2-0.
ST. CLOUD CRUSH
The Crush defeated two foes at the Maple Grove Triangular; they defeated Maple Grove 49-28 and Osseo 57-18. Noah Neuman (113/120), Tanner Hugg (126), Jaxon Kenning (138) Sam Long (152/160) and Cody Brott (182) all went 2-0. The the Crush defeated Centennial 55-18 (10-4) and Lakeville South fished out! The Crush now have built an impressive dual meet mark of 19-4 thus far this season. Special Note: Co-Head Coach Scot Davis Won his 1200th Coaching Win.The Crush have set a record for the most wins in a season with a 21-4 record so far. Going 2-0 on the day were Jack Hamak, Noah Newman, Tanner Hugg, Koda Nelson, Jaxon Kenning, Aidian Orth, Logan Lunceford, and Tanner Hugg. Nick Kamak and Cody Brott went 1-0. The Crush earned fifth place with ten medal winners and 110 points at the Albany “Purple Pride” Tournament. Jaxon Kenning (138/36-2) earned their lone championship. Sutton Kenning (195/29-8) earned second place and Tucker Hugg (285/31-6) earned third place. Jack Hamak (106/22-14), Noah Neuman (120/14-15), Tanner Hugg (126/17-20), Aidan Orth (145/20-16), and Cody Brott (182/28-7) all earned fourth place and Sam Long (152/19-17) and Patrick Njoya (220/11-17) all earned fifth place.
CAMBRIDGE-ISANTI BLUE JACKETS
The Bluejackets defeated foes at the Minnetonka “Skippers” Duals invitational. They defeated host Minnetonka 52-23 (10-4) and Lakeville North 42-30 (8-6). They were defeated by AAA ranked New Prague 42-33 (6-8). Leo Edblad, Carter Wothe and Scott Simpson all went 3-0 and Blaine Wald, James Peterson, Jacob Henderson, Treytin Beyers and Deke Scott all went 2-1. The Blue Jackets defeated Mississippi 8 Conference rivals St. Francis 34-31 (8-6).
SARTELL-ST. STEPHEN SABRES
The Sabres defeated two foes a the Buffalo “Bison” Triangular, including Section 8AAA rival Buffalo 41-32 (8-6) and Eden Prairie 46-27 (9-5). Spencer Johnson (126), Dutch Nordby (132), Dylan Enriquez (138), Kaden Brooks (145), Ashton Lipinski (160) and Will Budge (220) all went 2-0. The Sabres defeated three foes at the Fergus Falls “Otters” quadrangular; they defeated Central Lakes Conference foes Fergus Falls 65-9 (11-3) and Alexandria 46-36 (8-6) and Class A Ottertail Central 54-27 (9-5). Zach Anderson (120), Spencer Johnson (126), Dutch Nordby (132), Dylan Enriquez (138), Will Budge (182/195) Donavan Lund (182-/195 and Tucker Mugg (285) all went 3-0. The Sabres were defeated in two duals at their home triangular; they were defeated by Section 8AAA rival Bemidji 45-21 (5-9) and Central Lakes Conference rival Rocori 49-26 (5-9). Spencer Johnson (132), Dylan Enriquez (138) and Will Budge (220) all went 2-0.
LITTLE FALLS FLYERS
The Flyers defeated two rivals at their home quadrangular; they defeated Section 8AAA rivals Brainerd 48-29 (9-5) and Granite Ridge Conference foe Zimmerman 57-3 (10-4) They were defeated by Granite Ridge Conference rival Mora 40-28 (5-9). Noah Cameron, Beau Robinson, Hank LeClair and Ivan Petrich all went 3-0 and Cassidy Okerman and Eli VanRiseghem all went 2-1. The Flyers defeated Granite Ridge Conference rival Milaca-Faith Christian 36-25 (8-6).
The Warriors were defeated by AA Lean and Mean Aitkin 35-34 (7-7). The Warriors won one dual at the Little Falls “Flyers” Quadrangular. They defeated AA Zimmerman 48-38. They were defeated by Section 8AAA rival Little Falls 48-29 and Section 7AA Mora 37-32. The Warriors split their duals at the Mounds-View Triangular; they defeated Edina 48-36 (8-6). They were defeated by Mounds View 42-27 (6-8). Easton Dircks, Isaiah Jillson, Gabe Wagner and Dalton Barnett all went 2-0. The Warriors earned fifth place at the Mound Westonka “Knight Hawks” Invitational. They earned 108.5 points and they had ten place winners. Easton Dircks and Gabe Wagner won championships and Dalton Bennet earned second place. Isaiah Germann, Cody Ostrowksi, Hunter Bergin and Isaiah Jillson all earned third place. Shane Carlson earned fifth place, Damien Bentho earned sixth place and Landon Ellingson took seventh place.
The Royals went 2-1 at the Robbinsdale Armstrong duals; they defeated Armstrong 57-15 (11-3) and Woodbury 42-31 (7-7). They were defeated by No. 11A ranked Goodhue 53-18 (4-10). Isiah Brown went 3-0, Chris Dietl, Ty Cassidy, Cole Hamilton and Ryan Lund all went 2-1 and Grady Weinbrenner went 2-0. The Royals defeated Conference foe Park Center 43-36 (8-6) and they were defeated by AAA Lean and Mean Conference foe Blaine 49-29 (5-9).
The Jaguars defeated three rivals at the WCA “Knights” quadrangular; they defeated No. 3A ranked Royalton-Upsala 39-24 (9-5), No. 5A ACGC and Section 5A rival 40-27 (8-6) and WCA 41-28 (9-5). Brett DeRoo, Ryan Jensen, Walker Bents, Blaine Fischer, Carson Gilbert all went 3-0. Tyler Jensen and Maximus Hanson went 2-1 and Ethan Spanier went 2-0. The Jaguars defeated two foes at their home triangular. They defeated BHV/PP 55-18 (10-4) and QUAD County 75-3. Brett DeRoo, Ryan Jensen, Walker Bents, Tanner Viessman, Blaine Fischer, Max Hanson, Talen Kampsen, Carson Gilbert and Bryce Feuerhake all went 2-0. The Jaguars were defeated by No. 2A ranked Jackson County Central 48-19 (4-10). The Jaguars were without one of their ranked wrestlers, or it may have changed a couple of matchups and made this a whole lot closer. They were also a half-inch from twelve point swing in this dual.
The Royals had a very good week with a big win over No. 5A ranked West Central Area 44-21 (10-4) at the WCA “Knights” Quadrangular. They did suffer their first loss of the season to No. 1A ranked Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa 39-24 (6-8). Tucker Simmons (106), Jacob Leibold (152/160), Gabe Gorecki (170/182) and Jeremy Mugg (285) all went 2-0. They didn’t wrestle ACGC, because they did wrestle earlier. The Royals had an outstanding team performance with 204.5 points and thirteen medal winners to earn the Central Minnesota/West Central Conference tournament championship. The Royals earned four championship medals: Tucker Simmons (106/28-8), Jacob Leibold (152/35-1), Gabe Gorecki (170/26-4) and Jeremy Mugg (285/30-6). Bryce Holm (220/29-8) earned their lone second place medal and Lane Olson (113/29-8) earned third place. Nick Leibold (145/14-14) and Hunter Novitzki (182/20-16) both earned fourth place medals. Kaden Holm (195/14-9) earned fifth place and taking sixth place were: Bryce Binek (120/17-17), Will Gorecki (132/17-8) and Brock Constanzo (138/12-13). The Royals close out the regular season with a win over Central Minnesota Conference rival Eden Valley-Watkins 61-12 (11-3), this gave them a 20-1 regular season dual record.
KIMBALL AREA CUBS
The Cubs defeated a pair of AA foes at the New London-Spicer “Wildcats” Triangular. They defeated NLS 38-28 (7-7) and Glencoe-Silver Lake 45-26 (9-5). Mark Schiefelbein, William Serbus, Gavin Winter, Lucas Jurek, Brett Schiefelbein and Carter Holtz all went 2-0. The Cubs went 1-2 at the Forest Lake “Rangers” Quadrangular. They defeated AAA Park High School 50-24. They were defeated by No. 7AAA ranked Bemidji 37-25 and AAA Lean and Mean Forest Lake 45-18. Lucas Jurek (138), Carter Holtz (195) and Ace Meyer (285) all went 3-0. Mark Schiefelbein (113) and Haden Rosenow (220) both went 2-1 and Gavi Winter (132) went 2-0. The Cubs earned sixth place with 99.5 points and nine placers at the Central Minnesota/West Central Conference tournament, minus two ranked wrestlers. Carter Holtz (195/25-3) earned a second place medal and Lucas Jurek (138/21-8), Brett Schiefelbein (145/17-8) and Hank Meyer (160/19-11) all earned third place medals. Mark Schiefelbein (113/20-8) earned fourth place, Logan Kuseske (152/21-11) and Ace Meyer (285/20-11) both earned fifth place and Caden Guggisberg (160/4-13) and Haden Rosenow (220/13-5) both took sixth place. The Cubs defeated a pair of rivals at the home triangular; they defeated Central Minnesota Conference and Section 4A rival Eden Valley-Watkins 46-22 (9-5). They defeated No. 10AA ranked Dassel-Cokato/Litchfield Coop 48-21 (10-4). Connor Carlson (106), Mark Schiefelbein (113/120), Gavin Winter (132), Lucas Jurek (138), Brett Schiefelbein (145), Ashton “Shuggs” Hanan (170/182) and Carter Holtz (195) all went 2-0. The Cubs defeated Central Minnesota Conference rivals Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 32-29 in a very good dual to close out their dual meet portion of the regular season. The Cubs had a good tournament performance, munis a couple of their starters. They earned 149 points with eleven place winners to earn third place at the Albany “Purple Pride” Invitational. The Cubs earned two championships by Carter Holtz (182/34-3) and Ashton “Shuggs” Hanan (170/21-3). Mark Schiefelbein (113/28-10), Jack Bollman (126/16-9), Lucas Jurek (138/29-9) and Brett Schiefelbein (145/24-11) all earned second place medals. Haden Rosenow (195/18-6) earned third place and Logan Kuseske (152/25-17 both earned fourth place. Connor Carlson (106/10-16), and Ace Meyer (285/25-14) both earned fifth place and Caden Gussisberg (160) earned sixth place.
ATWATER-COSMOS-GROVE CITY FALCONS
The Falcons split their duals at the WCA triangular, they defeated WCA 35-32 (8-6). They were defeated by Section 5A rivals and No. 1A ranked BBE 40-27 (6-8). Brady Holien, Jake Mortensen, Jaxon Behm and Terrell Renne all went 2-0. The Falcons had a very good team performance with 163 points and nine medal winners at the CMC/WCC Conference tournament. Cole Holien, Brady Holien, Mason Studemann and Jaxon Behm all earned championships. Jevon Williams, Jake Mortensen and Isaiah Renne all earned second place, Edwyn Gonzalez earned third place and Terrell Renee took sixth place. The Falcons were defeated by the No. 4A ranked and Central Minnesota Conference rival Kimball Area 32-29. The Falcons defeated three foes at the Quad County quadrangular; they defeated Section 5A rival Canby 49-17, Quad County 45-19 and Fulda/MCC 60-21. Cole Holien, Jevon Williams, Brody Holien, Jake Mortensen and Terrell Renne all went 3-0. Trey Schmidt went 2-1 and Brody Struamann, Mason Studemann and Jaxon Behm went 2-0. The Falcons finished the regular season with an impressive 28-6 dual mark.
LONG PRAIRIE/GREY EAGLE-BROWERVILLE WOLVES
The Wolves went 3-0 at the Eden Valley-Watkins “Eagles” quadrangular. They defeated AA Albany 61-12 (12-2), EVW 50-16 (10-4) and Paynesville 61-15 (12-2). Colby Twardowski, Connor Flan, Gavin Albers, Mason Thomas, Paul Stacey, Landon Gode and Trey Lancaster all went 3-0. Tucker Zigan, Andrew Recknor and Alex Line all went 2-1. The Wolves had a very good team performance with 207.5 points and all fourteen earning medals at the Park Region Conference tournament. They advance six to the championship; with three earning championship medals; Connor Flan, Gavin Albers and Mason Bruder. Earning second place medals were Braden Thom, Landon Gode and Trey Lancaster. Tucker Zigan, Tate Twardowski and Andrew Recknor all earned third. Omar Zamora, Shawn Houdek and Alex Line all earned fourth place Colby Twardowski earned fifth place and Paul Stacey took sixth place.
WEST CENTRAL AREA/ASHBY/BRANDON-EVANSVILLE KNIGHTS
The Knights went 0-3 at their home quadrangular; they were defeated by three Class A ranked rivals: BBE 41-28 (5-9), Royalton-Upsala 44-21 (4-10) and ACGC 35-32 (6-8) Reubens Swanson went 3-0, Owen Gruchow, Adam Lohse, Soloman Wales and Anthony Sykora all went 2-1. The Knights defeated two foes at the Morris Area Tigers Quadrangular. They defeated Minnewaska Area 48-25 (9-5) and Border West 54-19 (10-4). They were defeated by AA Morris Area 36-33 (5-9). Reubens Swanson, Ashton Danner,, Colton Lindquist and Justin Blascyk all went 3-0, Adam Lohse, Hunter Gruchow, Soloman Wales, Beau Robinson and Will Rustan all went 2-1 and Anthony Sykora went 2-0. The Knights had a very good team performance with 225 points and all fourteen earning medals at the Park Region Conference to win the championship. Hunter Gruchow, Reubens Swanson and Anthony Sykora all earned championships. Owen Gruchow, Carter Lohse, Will Rustan and Colton Lindquist all earned second place. Adam Lohse, Solomon Wales and Justin Blascyk all earn third place, Mason Richter earned fourth place, Ezekiel Sieckert earned fifth place and Jeremy Blascyk took sixth place.
UNTIED NORTH CENTRAL WARRIORS
The Warriors earned third place at the Park Region Conference tournament with 192 points and fourteen place winners. Ethan Hendrickson, Eion Ness, Torrey Carlson and Marcus Peterson all earned championships. Hank Tellers earned second place, Aaron Lake and Cooper Hasbargen both earned third place. Conrad Koll, Mason Plautz and Shawn Hendrickson all earned fourth. Zack Hendrickson and Dylan Rasmussen both earned fifth place and Zack Davidson took sixth place. The Warriors defeated three rivals at the Detroit Lakes “Lakers” Quadrangular. They defeated AA Detroit Lakes 46-18 (9-5), and AA United Clay Becker County 64-18 (11-3) and Section 8A rivals Badger/Greenbush-Middle River 42-33 (7-7). Fordyce Johnson, Aaron Lake, Ethan Hendrickson and Hank Tellers all went 3-0, Levi Olson, Zach Hendrickson, Dylan Rasmussen, Eion Ness, Torrey Carlson and Cooper Hasbargen all went 2-1.
MINNEWASKA AREA LAKERS
The Lakers earned third place with 149.5 points and twelve place winners at the Central Minnesota/West Central Conference tournament. Chase Smith and Jacob Blair both earned second place medals and Torii Johnson, Nick Ankeny, Easton McCrory and Chase Boelke all earned third place. Jayce Kovarik and Nathan Rankin both earn fourth place, Mason Schiffler and Nathan Dell both earned fifth place. Miles Wildman and Xander Johnson both took sixth place. The Lakers were defeated by West Central Conference rival Morris Area 37-36 and WCA 48-25 (5-9). No report on the Borde West match.
The Huskers defeated three Section 7A rivals at the Crosby-Ironton “Rangers” quadrangular. They defeated Crosby-Ironton (75-4 (13-1), Blackduck/Cass Lake-Bena 69-10 (12-2) and Deer River 45-27 (8-6). Wyatt Novitzki (106), Masyn Patrick (126/132), Simon Boeckman (126/132), Drew Lange (138/145), Mason Lichy (152), Luke Bieniek (160), Jaxon Bartkowicz (170) all went 3-0. Evan Petron (120) went 2-0 and Evan Lichy (182), Jaden Bartkowicz (195/220) and Sam Harren (220/195) all went 2-1. The Huskers won a total of ten duals this past week, last Friday they defeated three foes at the Paynesville Area “Bulldogs” Quadrangular: Conference rival Paynesville 51-48 (10-4), Section 7A foe Staples-Motley 51-12 (11-3) and AA Milaca 38-27 (8-6). Wyatt Novitzki (106), Wyatt Pilarski (113), Masyn Patrick (120/126), Drew Lange (138/145) and Luke Bieniek (160) all went 3-0. On Saturday the Huskers traveled to St. Agnes for a quadrangular; they defeated AA Delano 58-22 (10-4), AAA Edina (57-22 (10-4) and Section 4A St. Agnes 66-15 (11-3). Wyatt Novitzki (106/25-3), Wyatt Pilarski (113/22-8), Drew Lange (138/145/ 35-6, Jaxon Bartkowicz (152/19-10), Luke Bieniek (160/20-8) and Sam Harren (195/31-5) all went 4-0. William Pilarski (132/138/20-6) went 3-1 and Simon Boeckman (170) went 3-0. The Huskers have now built a 26-4 dual meet record thus far this season. The Huskers defeated two foes at the Eden Valley-Watkins triangular; Central Minnesota Conference rival Eden Valley 60-18 and HLWW 53-24 (10-4). This earned them a school record for dual meet wins in the regular season. They have built a 26-4 overall season dual meet record. Wyatt Novitzki (106), Wyatt Pilarski (113), Noah Perowitz (120), Simon Boeckman (126), William Pilarski (132), Drew Lange (138) Jaxon Bartkowicz (152) and Sam Harren (195) all went 2-0.
HOWRD LAKE-WAVERLY-WINSTED LAKERS
The Lakers were defeated by their Wright County Conference rivals the DC/Litch Coop 41-21 (4-10). The Lakers were defeated by a pair of AA rivals at their home triangular. No. 3AA ranked Becker 50-21 (4-10) and Rocori 44-27 (9-5). Raydon Graham, Tegan Miller, Mitch Mallak and Collin Boese all went 2-0. The Lakers split their duals at the Eden Valley-Watkins “Eagles” Triangular. They defeated Eden Valley-Watkins 46-27 (8-6) their Section 4A rivals and they were defeated by Class A Lean and Mean Holdingford 53-24 (4-10). The Lakers went 2-1 at their home quadrangular; they defeated Wright County Conference rival Delano 46-24 and Rockford 69-6. They were defeated by No. 5AA ranked Big Lake 61-10. Raydon Graham, Colin Boese and Tyler Graczyk all went 2-0, Tony Baumann and Matt Busse went 2-1 and Steve Heber and Mitch Mallak went 2-0.
EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS EAGLES
The Eagles went 1-2 at the home triangular; they defeated Conference rival Paynesville 46-21. The were defeated by AA Albany in a good dual 42-34 and by No. 6A ranked LPGE/BR 50-16. Isaac Ortiz (152) and Austin Schlangen (285) both went 3-0. Teagyn Ludwig (120), Braden Kramer (126), Gavin Caron (145) and Sam Nistler all went 2-1. The Eagles earned four conference tournament medals at the Central Minnesota/West Central Conference tournament. Austin Schlangen (285/26-6) earned second place, Teagyn Ludwig (120/22-10) and Isaac Ortiz (152/24-12) both earned fourth place medals and Sonnie DeHeer (182/19-13) earned fifth place. The Eagles split their duals at the Kimball Area “Cubs” Triangular; they defeated No. 10AA ranked Dassel-Cokato/Litchfield 44-33 (8-6). they were defeated by No. 4A ranked Kimball Area their conference and Section 4A rivals 46-22 (9-5). Brayden Kramer (120), Teagyn Ludwig (126), Isaac Ortiz (152) and Austin Schlangen (285) all went 2-0. The Eagles were defeated by a pair of Central Minnesota Conference rivals: No. 3A ranked Royalton-Upsala 61-12 and Class A Lean and Mean Holdingford 60-18. They were defeated by Section 4A rival HLWW 46-27 (6-8). Austin Schlangen (285) went 3-0 and Isaac Ortiz (152) and Rylan Schueller (170) both went 2-1.
KERKHOVEN-MURDOCK-SUNBURG FIGHTING SAINTS
The Fighting Saints defeated a pair of foes at the Murray County Triangular; they defeated Fulda/MCC 45-28 (8-6) and Wabasso 56-15 (11-3) Trey Gunderson, Noah Johnson, Taylor Nielsen, Jett Olson, Ely Johnson, Coy Gunderson, Aaron Jones and Jason Jones all went 2-0. The Fighting Saints went 1-2 at the home quadrangular, they defeated BOLD 63-16 (11-3). They were defeated by AA Rocori 56-18 and DB/LQPV/MONTI 43-15. Coy Gunderson went 3-0, Trey Gunderson, Ely Johnson and Masyn Olson all went 2-1.
BERTHA HEWITT/VERNDALE/PARKERS PRAIRIE RAIDERS
The Raiders were defeated by a pair of AAA ranked teams at the home triangular. Bemidji 63-16 and Willmar 48-19. Reese Thompson was the lone Raider that went 2-0. They split their duals at the BBE “Jaguar” Triangular. They were defeated by No. 1A ranked BBE 55-18 (4-10) and they defeated Quad County 48-24 (9-5) Justin Olson, Bennet Arceneau, Reese Thompson and Gideon Ervasti all went 2-0. The Raiders earned fourth place with 124 points and ten place winners at the Park Region Conference. Gideon Ervasti was their lone champion and David Revering and Reese Thompson both earned second place. Justin Olson and Deagan Captain both earned third place. Preston Captain and Bennet Arceneau both earned fourth place, Braden Shamp earned fifth place and Justin Koehn and Hunter Strom both took sixth place.