Central Minnesota Mat Rats  Report (29th Annual) by Roger Mischke

Central Minnesota Mat Rats  Report (29th Annual)

by Roger Mischke

By Roger Mischke November 2022 Coaches, please keep me informed of your team’s success throughout the season. With each edition, I would like to share their success in The Central MN Report. Please send relevant information for Class A individual and team ratings as well. I will also report your results to The Guillotine results page results@theguillotine.com.  If possible you can also text or email a photo of your score book pages after your duals. If you want to text; I will give individuals my cell phone number. If you are using Track Wrestling, could you please add me to your mailing list. You can catch most of my columns on my Blog Site under Resources on the Guillotine: Central MN. Mat Rat 

Thanks, The Mat Rat Roger Mischke


The Knights earned ten medals to take second place in the MatBoss Minnesota Christmas tournament, a field of 33 teams. Landon Robideau (132) won their lone championship and Jed Wester (170) earned second place. Mason Mills (120) and Parker Janssen (138) both earned fourth place. Lincoln Robideau (106), Chase Mills (113) and Ian Schultz (126) earned fifth place. Jarrett Wadsen (145), Eli Davis (152) and Bryon Sauvy (182) all took ninth place. The Knights had an awesome team performance with 296 points for to earned the championship at the Rogers Holiday Matness Tournament a field of thirty-six teams. They earned twelve medals including five championships: Lincoln Robideau (106/16-1), Mason Mills (120/15-1), Ian Schultz (126/18-1), Landon Robideau (132/16-0) and Jed Wester (170/16-1). Mason Mills (113/15-2) earned second place, Parker Janssen (138/14-3), Jarrett Wadsen (145/17-2), Eli Davis (152/17-2) and Myles Dehmer (220/15-1) all earned third place. Bryon Sauvy (182/11-4) earned fourth place and Tyson Hentges (195/13-6) earned fifth place. Special Notes: Landon Robideau was named the Outstanding Wrestler by the coaches and Parker Janssen was Awarded the Fall Award.


The Lumberjacks earned five medals at the Rumble on The Red with 113.5 points to take fifth place, this includes a field of over fifty teams. Seth Newby (170/11-2) and Dane Jorgensen (160/12-1) both earned second place. Garrick Nelson (195/8-2 earned fourth place, Nick Stand (120/13-3) earned sixth place and Hunter Heim (126/7-5) took eighth place. 


The Cardinals earned four medals at the Mat Boss Christmas tournament; Sully Anez (132), Conlan Carlson (138) and Braeden Erickson (170) all earned seventh place and Ivan Mares (126) took tenth place in this field of 33 teams. 


The Crush had a good tournament performance with 118.5 points to earn 14th place

At the Monticello in a field of 16 teams. They earned seven medals; Tucker Hugg (285)

Earned the championship medal, Jaxon Kenning (160 and Noah Neiman (132) both 

Earned second place medals. Jack Hamak (113) earned fourth place, Tucker Hugg (145) 

and Aidan Orth (152) both earned fifth place and Sam Long (170) took sixth place. 


The Blue Jackets earned one medal at the Mat Boss Minnesota Christmas tournament. Leo Edblad (113) earned fourth place in this 33 team field. The Blue Jackets earned second place at the Eau Claire Holiday Duals, as they went 4-1. They defeated Westfield 51-18, Superior 63-18, Mahtomedi 57-18 and Rocori 52-21. They were defeated by No. 1 AA ranked Smiley in the championship 59-13. Leo Edblad (120) and Treytin Byers (170) both went 5-0, Wyatt Wald (106), Blaine Wald (126), Carter Wothe (132) and Jacob Henderson (160) all went 4-1. James Peterson (138), Quinton Harvey (145), Maverick Henderson (152), Dillon Sommerfield (220) and Brady Anderson (285) all went 3-2. 


The Flyers had their first two duals of the season, they split their duals with a pair rivals. They defeated Lean and Mean Princeton, 38-33 (7-7) and they dropped a close one to Milaca-Faith Christian 37-36 (6-8). Ethan Zellers (106), Mason Rausch (126), Noah Cameron (138, Beau Robinson (152) and Hank LeClair (195) all went 2-0.  


The Royals defeated a pair of rivals Elk River 45-25 and Zimmerman 63-15. Grady Weinbrenner (106), Kael Omann (138), Navarro Kornwolf (132), Kelly Omann (145), Ty Cassidy (160), Tait Yasseri (170), Cole Hamilton (182), Sawyer Jasewski (195) and Wyatt Gilmore (285) all went 2-0. The Royals earned three medals at their Holiday Matness tournament, a field of thirty-six teams. Kelly Omann (145/13-6) and Ty Cassidy (160/14-3) both earned sixth place and Cole Jordan (152/12-8) earned seventh place. 


The Bison earned eight medals at the Trinity at River Ridge Tournament, for 133.5 points in a field of 15 teams. Matt Carlson (1450 earned the championship medal and Gabe Roehl (106), Aiden Herbst (152), Jonah Anderson (170) and Jacob Cremers (195) all earned second place medals. Dylan Keeler (113) earned third, Carter Walker (285) earned fourth place and Gael Leon (132) took sixth place.


The Bulldogs had a very good team performance at the Glencoe-Silver Lake “Panther” Duals. They defeated three foes, they defeated Section rival and  No. 10 AA Annandale/Maple Lake 45-15 (10-4) and No. 12AA Watertown-Mayer 39-28 (8-6). They had seven that went 3-0; Kaden Nicolas (132), Landen Kujawa (145), Adam Jurek (160), Owen Angell (182), Dylan Weber (195), Tyson Ricker (220) and Dylan Kolby (285). The Bulldogs earned earned eight medals at the Rogers Holiday Matness tournament with 137 points. The Bulldogs earned fifth place in a field of thirty six teams, including big number of AAA and AA state ranked wrestlers. Tyson Ricker (182/12-0) earned their lone championship, Kaden Nicolas (132/13-3) and Landon Kujawa (138/10-3) both earned fourth place. Drew May (145/12-4 and Adam Jurek (160/12-3) both earned fifth place and Owen Angell (170/11-4) earned sixth place. Bennett Kujawa (106/8-6) earned seventh place and Ethan Duncombe (152/6-5) took eighth place.


The Road Crew earned three big wins over three Class A foes; BHV/PP 49-19, Osakis 69-12 and Blackduck/Cass Lake 84-0. Parker Sutter 91130, Easton Miller (120), Owen Dabill (126), Chance Abraham (160), Trey Tuchtenhagen (182), Corbin Knapp (195) and Riley Peters (285) all went 3-0 and Grant Thompson (170), Payton Scott (220) and Sean Kilpatrick (138) all went 2-1. Special Note: Riley Peters (285) Won his 7th Career Match and Parker Zutter (113) Earned his 50th Career Fall.


The Mustangs earned three big wins at the AN/ML “Lighting” Quadrangular; They defeated No. 11AA ranked ANML and AAA foes Buffalo 71-3 and Elk River 57-12. Mason Nelson-120 (3-0). Nathan Nelson (138), Avery Nelson (152), Connor Gmahl (160), Tucker Hass (170), Brock Peterson (195) and Dillon Adams (220) all went 3-0. Carter Gmahl (145), Jared Yates (182) and Curtis Meagi (285) all went 2-0. The Mustangs earned four medals at the Rumble on the Red a field of over fifty teams. They earned eleventh place with 81.5 points. Mason Nelson (120/15-4) earned fifth place and Nathan Nelson (132/15-4) earned sixth place. Connor Gmahl (160/15-3) earned seventh place and Tucker Hass (170/15-6) took eighth place.


The Lightning went 2-1 at the Glencoe-Silver Lake “Panther” Duals with big wins 

 over a pair of AAA schools, Owatonna 48-23 and Blaine 58-16. They were 

Defeated by No. 2AA Section rival Becker 45-15. Cassen Brumm (113), Ayden Fitzgerald 

(126), Cole LaFave (152) all went 3-0. Mitch Koss (145), Carson Cooper (170), Shay 

McClory (182, Nathan Klatt (220) and Adam Klatt (285) all went 2-1. The Lightning 

Defeated three foes at the quadrangular. They defeated ACGC 57-18 (11-3), Irondale

64-9 (12-2) and Pine City, Hinckley-Finlayson (67-12 (12-2). They had seven that went 3-0

Cassen Brumm (106), Porter Pribyl (113), Ayden Fitzgerald (126/132), Xavier Jones (126/

132), Mitchell Koss (145/152), Carson Cooper (182) and Shay McClory (182/195). Davis

Vrolson (138) went 2-1 and Nathan Klatt (285/220, Riley Hall (170) and Adam Klatt (285).

The Lightning won three duals at their home quadrangular, they defeated ACGC 57-18 (11-3), Irondale 64-9 (12-2) and Pine City/Hinckley-Finlayson 67-12 (12-2). Cassen Brumm (106), Porter Pribyl (113), Ayden Fitzgerald (126/132), Xavier Jones (126/132), Mitchell Koss (145/152), Carson Cooper (182) and Shay McClory (182/195) all went 3-0. Davis Vrolson (138) went 2-1 and Nathan Klatt (285/220), Riley Hall (170) and Adam Klatt (285) a went 2-0. 


The Falcons earned four medals for 84.5 points to take ninth place at the thirty-six field of teams at the Rogers Holiday Matness tournament. Cyler Rahuff (120/11-2) earned fourth place, Cole Rudnitski (152/9-2) and Alex Jennissen (160/14-5) both earned fourth place and Joe Prom (285/8-4) took seventh place. 


The Hornets earned three medals at the Rumble on The Red a field of over fifty teams. Nolan Reiter (145/13-2) earned second place, Cash Stortz (120/11-6) and Kane Lapointe (285/11-5) both earned seventh place. 


The Spartans earned eighth place with 100 points, in the field of 35 teams at the

Redwood Valley “River Riot” tournament. They earned four medals, Grady Minnerath 

(285) earned a championship medal and Evans Moscho (152) earned a second place,

Kameron Moscho (113) earned fifth place, and Matt Goebel (195) took eighth place. 

The Spartans had a good team performance as they went 3-2 at the Eau Claire Holiday Duals. They defeated their Wisconsin foes vary handily; Durand 66-18, Eau Claire Memorial 78-0 and Park 50-23. They were defeated by AAA Lean and Mean Cambridge-Isanti 52-21 and by A Lean and Mean Kenyon-Wanmaingo 54-22, to earn fourth place. Evan Moscho (152), Mason Orth (182) and Grady Minnerath (220) all went 5-0 and Jack Major (132) and Christian Rodriguez (195) both went 4-1. Mason Moscho (113) went 4-0 and Zach Humbert (106) went 3-1. Kameron Moscho (120), Sawyer Minnerath (138) and Nathan Soldner (170) all went 3-2. 


The Gobblers won three big duals at the Pine City “Dragons” quadrangular, including a pair of Section 7AA foes. They defeated Rock Ridge 45-33 and Pine City-Hinckley-Finlayson 62-18. They defeated luck /Frederic/Grant/Siren, a Wisconsin High School 68-12. Jake McGuire (120), Jackson Cline (160), Hayden Workman (160) and Craig Ashton (285) all went 3-0. John Pelarski (126), Tyler Franke (138), Nathan Trotter (145), Tyler Hacker (152) and Walker Jones (170) all went 2-1 and Jack Grell (182) and Jacob Williiams (195) both went 2-0. Special note: Jack Williams (195) Won his 75th Career Match and John Pilarski (126) Won his 50th Career Match. The Gobblers earned one medal at the Rumble on the Red, in a field of over fifty teams. Craig Ashton (285/11-2) earned fifth place. 


The Wolves won a pair of duals at their home triangular, they defeated two Granite Ridge Conference rivals. They defeated AA Lean and Mean Princeton 34-29 (8-6) and Little Falls (37-36) (8-6). Austin Linder (120/126), Jack Schoenborn (145/152), Caleb Sahlstrom (160), Colbee Zens (220) and Logan Ash (285) all went 2-0.


The Knights had a great team performance with 236 points to earn the championship at the Monticello “Magic” tournament. They earned twelve medals; including three championships by: Owen Gruchow (113), Hunter Gruchow (160) and Anthony Sykora (182). Adam Lohse (138), Solomon Wales (152) and Will Rustan (220). Beau Robinson (195) and Justin Blascyk (285) both earned third and Kolby Deters (145) and Jeremy Blascyk (170) both earned fourth place. Sam Olson (132) earend fifth place and Evan Dingwall (106) took sixth place. The Knights earned three medals at the Rumble on The Red a field of over fifty teams. Anthony Sykora (182/16-1) earned third place, Justin Blascyk (285/12-4) earned sixth place and Hunter Gruchow (145/15-4) took eighth place. 


The Jaguars had two big wins over Central Mn. Conference rivals and Section 5A rival Paynesville Area 35-32 (7-7) and Kimball Area 48-27 (9-5). Aiden Mueller (113), Ryan Jensen (138), Wyatt Engen (145), Tanner Viessman (152), Max Hanson (170), Carson Gilbert (182) and Ethan Spanier (220) all went 2-0. 


The Huskies defeated a pair of rivals Tuesday night; Section 7A Mille Lacs 50-19 (10-4), Conference rival Eden Valley-Watkins 51-18 (10-4) and Norwood Young America 59-22 (10-4). Special Note” Will Pilarski (152) Won his 75th Career Match and Masyn Patrick (132) Won his 75th Career Match. Masyn Patrick (138), Drew Lange (160) and Luke Bieniek (170) all went 3-0 and Lane Patrick (106/113), Casey Knettel (113/106), Blake Scegura (220) , Cyril Feia (285), Wyatt Novitzki (120/126), William Pilarski (152) and Jaxon Barkowski (182) all went 2-0 and Evan Petron (132) went 2-1. The Huskers only had about half their varsity compete in the Rogers Holiday Matness to save on match counts down the road. They earned two medals by Drew Lange (160/21-2) earned third place and Wyatt Novitzki (120/18-3) earned fourth place. 


The Lakers earned the championship with 190.5 points at the Trinity “River Ridge” Tournament. They earned thirteen medals, including five championships by: Raydon Graham (120), Tyler Graczyk (182), Mitch Mallak (160), Collin Boese (170) and Colton Long (220). Steve Heber (160) and Jacob Duske (285) both earned second place and Charlie Mumford (132) earned third place. Tony Bauman (145) and Porter Matheson (195) both earned fourth place, Ryker Clobes (106) and Caleb Michels (152) both earned fifth place and Gabe Michels (126) took sixth place. The Lakers earned two medals at the Rumble on the Red a field of over fifty teams. Raydon Graham (113/16-4) earned fourth place and Colton Long (220/14-6) earned sixth place. 


The Cubs were defeated by a pair of Central Mn. Conference rivals: No. 4A Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa 48-27 (5-9) and to Lean and Mean Paynesville Area 44-22 (5-9). Haden Rosenow (195) and Connor Carlson (113/120) both went 2-0. The Cubs earned three medals at the thirty six field of teams in the Rogers Holiday Matness tournament. Hank Meyer (182/9-40 and Haden Rosenow (220/6-2) both earned second place medals and Logan Kuseske (160/8-7) took eighth place. 


The Buccaneers earned nine medals at the Webster Area Tournament to earn third place with 117 points. Cole Sykora (120) earned their lone championship, Eli Larson (132) and Andrew Hennessy (220) both earned second place. Trig Olson (98), Patrick Forcier (152) and Brody Nachbor (160) all earned third place.Tucker Hennessy (113), Gunner Hennessy (126) and Jude Olson (138) all earned fourth place. 


The Bulldogs split a pair of duals with their Central Mn. Conference rivals, they defeated Kimball Area 44-22 (9-5). They were defeated by the No. 4A ranked Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa 35-32 (7-7). Roman Roberg (106), Aiden Peichel (120/126), Mason McNab (120/126), Preston Welling (132-138), Grant Wendlandt (160), Seth Vearrier (195/220) and Spencer Eisenbraun (285) all went 2-0. 


The Falcons earned four medals at the Redwood Valley “River Riot” Tournament: Edwyn Gonzalez (138) and Isaiah Renne (182) both earned second place medals and Jevon Williams (160) and Terrell Renne (220) both took sixth place. 


The Fighting Saints earned four medals at the Redwood Valley “River Riot” tournament: Trey Gunderson (120) earned the championship medal; Jett Olson (152) and Jason Jones (160) both took sixth place and Colton Noble (106) took seventh place. The Fighting Saints had a awesome tournament performance, they earned twelve medals to win the Benson “Braves” Tournament championship with 213 points. The Fighting Saints earned three championships by: Trey Gunderson (120/15-0), Noah Johnson (138/8-6) and Jett Olson (152/13-5). Colton Noble (106/11-5) and Aaron Jones (170/10-7) both earned second place medals. Tanner Wilts (145/4-4), Luke Froelich (160/11-6) and Owen Kidrowski (220/3-3) all earned third place. Cole Froelich (113/7-8) and Masyn Olson (195/11-5) both earned fourth place. Taytan Nielsen (132/6-7) earned fifth place and Shane Froelich (126/3-4) took sixth place.