Central Minnesota Mat Rats  Report SECTION IND. RESULTS(30th Annual) by Roger Mischke

Central Minnesota Mat Rats  Report (30th Annual) by Roger Mischke

 Roger Mischke November 2023-2024 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

(SECTION INDIVIDUALS RESULTS)

CLASS A TEAMS

BELGRADE-BROOTEN-ELORSA JAGUARS

The Jaguars earned twelve medals at the Section 5A Ind. tournament, including five state qualifiers. Ryan Jensen (139), Max Hanson (172) and Carson Gilbert (215) all earned section championships. Brett DeRoo (152) and Tanner Viessman (145) earned second place honors. Hunter Laage (189) earned third place and Ethan Mueller (160) both earned fourth place. Noah Jensen (107) and Noah Welte (114) both earned fifth place. Noah DeRoo (121) and Harley Weber (285) earned sixth place. 

STAPLES-MOTLEY CARDINALS

The Cardinals earned thirteen medals including five state qualifiers. Gage Bjerga (107), Caden Kramer (114), Colbe Tappe (152) and Luke Bjerka (189) all earned championship honors and Eli Greenwaldt (121) earned second place honors. Turner Beachy (133), Adrian Gomez (215) and Steven Petrich (285) all earned third place honors. Riley Reese (139), Blake Neelan (145) and Owen Winter (160) all earned fourth place. Jack Carlson (127) earned sixth and Dustin Converse (172) took eighth place. 

HOLDINGFORD HUSKERS

The Huskers earned earned thirteen medals including seven state qualifiers. Masyn Patrick (139), William Pilarski (145), Drew Lange (160), Luke Bieniek (172) and Jaxon Bartkowicz (215) all earned section championships. Wyatt Novitzki (127) and Kolton Harren (189) both earned second place honors. Simon Boeckman (152) and Wyatt Pilarski (121) both earned third place. Casey Knettel (107) earned fourth place and Lane Patrick (114) earned fifth place. Noah Perowitz (133) and Toby Phillipp (285) both took sixth place. 

ROYALTON-UPSALA ROYALS

The Royals earned twelve medals including four state qualifiers, Brandon Mugg (285), Kaden Holm (215), Nick Leibold (172) and Sawyer Simmons (152) all earned second place honors. Jake Leners (189) and Lane Olson (139) both earned third place honors. Andrew Hayes (107), Spencer Novitzki (127) and Bryce Biniek (160) all earned fifth place and Branden Mack (121) took sixth place and John Bzdok (133) and Marcus Hayes (114) took eighth place. 

UNITED NORTH CENTRAL WARRIORS

The Warriors earned thirteen medals including six state qualifiers, Aaron Lake (127), Eli Roiko (189) and Ryan Peterson (215) all earned championship honors. Cooper Rife (114), Zach Hendrickson (133) and Zach Davidson (152) all earned second place honors. Sam Roiko (107), Fynn Bakke (121), Conrad Koll (145), Creed Koll (145) and Kevin Dailey (285) all earned third place honors and Brock Hendrickson (172) earned fourth place. 

PAYNESVILLE AREA BULLDOGS

The Bulldogs earned thirteen medals, including three state qualifiers, Roman Roberg (114) earned championship honors, Mason McNabb (121) and Peyton Hemmesch (189) both earned second place honors. Jamison Meagher (107) and Brayden Kierstead-Hahn (133) both earned third place honors. Seth Vearrier (215), Mason Hanson (139) and Kevin Raya-Botello (285) all earned fourth place honors. Brandon Hess (152), Mitch Blonigen (145) and Devon Schmidt (127) all earned sixth place and Daniel Flint (189) and Grant Wendlandt (160/25-19) both took eighth place.  

BERTHA-HEWITT/VERNDALE/PARKERS PRAIRIE RAIDERS

The Raiders had a very good section tournament, they earned thirteen medals, including seven state qualifiers. Hudson Truax (114), Justin Olson (133) and David Revering (160) all earned championship honors. Isaac Grabow (121), Orran Hart (127) and Evan Jares (139) all earned second place honors. Tanner Schulke (152) and Cayden Kimber (189) both earned third place honors, Mason Hoffman (107) and Preston Captain (145) both earned fourth and Zach Bowman (285) took sixth place. 

WEST CENTRAL AREA/ASHBY/BRANDON-EVANSVILLE KNIGHTS

The Knights earned thirteen medals, including four state qualifiers, Owen Gruchow (127), Adam Lohse (145), Jeremy Blascyk (189) and Will Rustan (285) all earned championship honors. Evan Dingwall (1140, Solomon Wales (160) and Ezekiel Sieckert (172) all earned third place honors. Nathan Brethorst (107) and Freddi Munoz (215) both earn fifth place, Carter Lohse (139) and Sam Olson (152) both earned sixth place, Brock Barkowicz (121) took seventh place and Christian Ponce (133) took eighth place. 

LONG PRAIRIE/GREY EAGLE/BROWERVILLE THUNDER

The Thunder earned twelve medals, including three state qualifiers, Tucker Zigan (152) and Mason Bruder (172) both earned championship honors and Hunter Katterhagen (114) earned second place honors. Brodie Pachan (107) and Evan Flan (121) both earned third place honors and Logan Thom (127) and Jacob Hidalgo (139) both earned fourth place. Alex Line (189) earned fifth, Ethan Meyer (215) took seventh place and Justin Houdek (133), Drew Sudbeck (145) and Dylan Recknor (160) all took eighth. 

MILLE LACS RAIDERS

The Raiders earned twelve medals, including two state qualifiers, Zach Remer (121) and Donovan Schmit (127) both earned championship honors. Vincent Schmid (107) earned third place honors, Carter Adickes (133) and Brodie Kuhlman (285) both earned fourth place. Chase Calander (152) and Nathan Olson (215) both earned fifth place. Landyn Remer (160) and Bailey Geist (172) both earned sixth place, and Kruz Kresal (114) and Jeremy Bennett (189) both took eighth place. 

ATWATER-COSMOS-GROVE CITY FALCONS

The Falcons earned twelve medals, including three state qualifiers, Jevon Williams (160) earned championship honors, Edwyn Gonzales (133) and Isaiah Renne (215) both earned second place honors. Joseph Sherwood (139), Brody Straumann (152) and Ethan Whitcomb (172) all earned third place honors and Nolan Bierwerth (107) took sixth place. Tucker Johnson (114), Logan Holien (127), Braxton Kragenbring (145), Vince Lee (189) and Juan Cardenas (285) all took eighth. 

OSAKIS SILVERSTREAKS

The Silverstreaks earned eleven medals, including three state qualifiers, Jacob Taplin (135) earned championship honors and Blake Fischer (107) and Gaven Cimbura (160) both earned second place honors. Reggie George (127), Simon Jacobson (145), and Zach Winkle (285) all earned third place honors. Ashton Pastian (114), Christian Nathe (133) and Connor Koep (215) all earned fourth place, Tucker Hagen (152) earned fifth place and Andrew Ziesmer (189) took eighth place. 

KERKHOVEN-MURDOCK-SUNBURG FIGHTING SAINTS

The Fighting Saints earned ten medals including three state qualifiers, Trey Gunderson (133/49-0) earned championship honors and Jett Olson (160) and Aaron Jones (172) both earned second place honors. Cole Froelich (121) earned third place and Taytan Nielsen (145) earned fourth place. Oswaldo Moreno (114) and Jake Holtcamp (189) both took sixth place and Brody VanHeuveln (107), Shane Froelich (139) and Jay Harkema (215) all took eighth. 

OGILVIE LIONS

The Lions earned eleven medals including three state qualifiers, Deegan Birkaker (133) and Dylan Smith (285) both earned championship honors and Beau Hudoba (114) earned second place honors. Brody Smith (127) earned third place honors and Kaden Felde (139), Hayden Bolling (145) and Trypp Lundberg (107) all took sixth place. Lucas Fradette (121), Devin Hafsteder (160), Carer Magaard (172) and Ian Hansmeier (189) all took eighth place. 

CLASS AA TEAMS

BECKER BULLDOGS

The Bulldogs had a good day, as they earned nine section medals, including six state qualifiers. Boston Kuschel (107), Bennett Kujawa (114), Kaden Nicolas (139), Landon Kujawa (145) and Owen Angell (172) all earned section championship honors and Drew May (152) earned section place honors. Tyler Hall (133) earned fourth place, Logan Jarvis (160) and Aiden Golley (189) both earned fifth place honors. 

DAWSON-BOYD/LAC-QUI-PARLE/MONTEVIDEO UNITED

The United earned twelve medals, including six state qualifiers, Daniel Gunlogson (139), Kameron Sather (145), Zach DeBeer (215) and Brody Rhode (285) all earned section championship honors. Ben Gulogson (127) and Eli Olson (107) earned second place honors and Gavin Mortenson (114) earned third place honors. Parker Bothun (189) earned fourth place, Holland Schacherer (133) and Bryan Rhode (160) both earned fifth place. Mason Pederson (152) earned sixth place and Noah Meyer (172) took eighth place. 

LITTLE FALLS FLYERS

The Flyers had good section tournament with twelve earning medals, including five state qualifiers and nine earning top three medals. Ivan Petrich (215) earned section championship honors, Cayden Neisen (121), Joey Wilczek (139), Noah Cameron (145) and Hank LeClair (189) earned second place honors. Beau Robinson (160), Hayden Ramsdell (132), Alex Schmitz (285) and Kobi Cameron (152) all earned third place honors. Seth Ramsdell (107) earned fifth place honors and Cassidy Okerman (127) and Hunter Ramsdell (172) both took eighth place. 

ROCORI SPARTANS

The Spartans earned elven section medals, including five state qualifiers, Grady Minnerath (285) earned section championship honors. Mason Orth (189), Evan Moscho (160), Jack Major (145) and Davey Maldonado (107) all earned second place honors. Mason Moscho (121) earned fifth place, Kameron Moscho (127), Nathan Soldner (172) , Christian Rodriguez (215) and Zach Humbert (114) all earned sixth place and Zander Bitker (152) took eighth place.

WATERTOWN-MAYER ROYALS

The Royals earned elven medals, including six state qualifiers, Sully Marx (107), Joel Friederichs (114), Titan Friederichs (121) and Bryce Burkett (172) all earned first place honors. Kale Mead (127) and Jack Entiger (152) both earned second place honors, Parker Jackson (139) and Kyler Burmeister (215) both earned third place honors. Elian Berger (133) earned fifth place, Bryce Maas (285) took sixth place and Xavier Skillings (189) took eighth place. 

ANNANDALE/MAPLE LAKE LIGHTNING 

The Lightning earned elven medals, including two state qualifiers, Nathan Klatt (285) and Casen Brum (114) both earned second place honors. Parker Pribyl (121), Ayden Fitzgerald (133), Cole LaFave (145) and Carter Courtright (189) all earned third place honors. Brayen Fobbe (107) earned fourth place, Shay McClory (139) and Jack Nilson (152) both earned fifth place and Calen Hardin (127) and Alex Sundberg (172) both took eighth place. 

HOWARD LAKE/WAVERLY/WINSTED LAKERS

The Lakers earned ten medals, including two state qualifiers, Raydon Graham (121) and Tony Baumann (139) both earned second place honors. Gabe Michels (114) and Colton Long (215) both earned third place and Charlie Mumford (189) earned fourth place. Ryker Clobes (107) and Tyler Gruczyk (172) both earned fifth place, Caleb Michels (133) earned sixth place and Leo Duske (285) took eighth. 

NEW LONDON-SPICER WILDCATS

The Wildcats earned thirteen medals, including three state qualifiers, Everett Halvorson (152) earned first place honors, Brody Duke (172) and Caron McCain (189) both earned second place honors. Andrew Sandau (107), Isaiah Nelson (133), Adam Sandau (160) and Marshel Johnson (285) all earned third place honors. Carson Nelson (121) and Garret Leenstra (215) both earned fourth place, Holton Hanson (139) and Caleb Nelson (145) both earned fifth place. Elden Halvorson (114) and Jeremiah Nelson (127) both took sixth place.  

PEQUOT LAKES/PINE RIVER/BACKUS ROAD CREW

The Road Crew earned eleven medals, including three state qualifiers, Riley Peters (285) earned championship honors and Parker Zutter (127) and Peyton Scott (189) both earned second place honors. Trevor Holmberg (121) and Chance Abraham (160) both earned third place honors and Brady Ruhl (145) and Eli Abraham (172) both earned fourth place. Bryce Mick (114) earned fifth place and Paxton Goddard (215) took sixth place. Tucker Johnson (107) and Taytan Mick (133) both took eighth place. 

PIERZ PIONEERS

The Pioneers earned twelve section medals including two state qualifiers, Kyle Stangl (107) earned section championship honors and Carter Young (133) earned second place honors. Caleb Koch (189) and Cash Fussy (127) both earned third place. Jayden Zajac (172), Brayden Melby (160) and Liam Hennessy (145) all earned fourth place honors. Link Toops (121), Gauge Johnson (114) and Connor Hennessy (139) all earned fifth place and Wyatt Dingmann (215) and Jack Byker (285) both took eighth place. 

FOLEY FALCONS

The Falcons earned elven section medals, including four state qualifiers, Cyler Ruhoff (121) and Alex Jennissen (160) both earned section championship honors and Wyatt Wall (133) and Josiah Peterson (215) both earned second place honors. Cayden Hansmeier (127) earned third place, Tyler Wilhelmi (139) earned fourth place, Noah Brunn (145) earned fifth place. Wyatt Lueck (152) and Walker Harris (189) both earned sixth place and Keagon Frisbie (172) and Zane Moulzolf (114) both took eighth place. 

BIG LAKE HORNETS

The Hornets earned ten medals, including four state qualifiers, Cash Stortz (127), Zach Smith (152) and Carson Gellerman (189) all earned section championship honors and Charles Mikely (172) earned second place honors. Kale Westgaard (107) and Dallas Sibbet (139) both earned third place honors. Mason Krebs (215) and Trajan Mussehl (285) both earned fourth place, Jack Christiansen (160) took sixth place and Avery McFaden (121) took eighth place. 

CLASS AAA TEAMS

ST. MICHAEL-ALBERTVILLE KNIGHTS

The Knights had an outstanding section tournament, they earned thirteen medals, including eleven state qualifiers. Grant Bergeron (107), Lincoln Robideau (114), Chase Mills (127), Ian Schultz (139), Landon Robideau (152), Jed Wester (172) and John Murphy (189) all earned championship honors. Brody Bergeron (121), Gavin Jackson (133), Jarrett Wadsen (160) and Noah Torgerson (215) all earned second place honors. Tanner Becker (145) and Evan Becker (285) both earned third place honors. 

WILLMAR CARDINALS

The Cardinals had a very good section tournament, they earned thirteen medals, including seven state qualifiers. Ivan Mares (127), Cavin Carlson (133), Conlan Carlson (139), Sulley Anez (145) and Cameron Champagne (160) all earned championship honors. Steven Cruze (172) and Ramero Trevino (215) both earned second place honors and Logan Fagerlie (114) and Isaac Zelaya Velasquez (152) both earned third place honors. Wyatt Cruze (121) and Trey Tallman (107) both earned fifth place and Lawson Anez (189) and Finley Donelan (285) both took sixth place.

BEMDIJI LUMBERJACKS

The Lumberjacks had a good section tournament, they earned twelve medals, including six state qualifiers. Gabe Morin (121), Alex Newby (152) and Parker Orvik (285) all earned championship honors. Gavin Osborn (127), Brody Castonguay (133) and Nick Strand (145) all earned second place honors. Ricky Wuori (172) earned third place honors, Casey Sisneras (114), Lincoln Schmitt (139) and Nehemiah Schwinghammer (215) all earned fourth place honors. Oscar Hanks (107) and Talen Fairbanks (160) both took sixth place. 

CAMBRIDGE-ISANTI BLUEJACKETS

The Bluejackets earned ten medals, including two state qualifiers, Leo Edblad (114) earned championships honors and Maverick Henderson (152) earned second place honors. Brady Huntley (107) and Jacob Henderson (189) both earned third place honors. Wyatt Wall (121), Ben Westover (127), Quinton Harcey (160), Shawn Henderson (172) and Dillon Sommerfield (215) all earned fifth place and Brody Anderson (285) took sixth place. 

MOORHEAD SPUDS

The Spuds earned eleven medals, including three state qualifiers, Landon Rinke (107) and Dane Ellingberg (114) both earned championship honors and Lee Ellingsberg (160) earned second place honors. Michael Jenkins (121), Dalton Humenik (127) and Jake Erdmann (285) all earned third place honors.. Croix Mongeau (133) and Bridger Mongeau (145) both earned fourth place, David Krabbeholt (189) earned fifth place and Gabe Kekko (172) took sixth place. 

BRAINERD WARRIORS

The Warriors earned eleven medals including four state qualifiers, Ethan Koloski (215) earned championship honors and Easton Dircks (139), Elijah Germann (152) and Shane Carlson (189) all earned second place honors. Crewe Dahlheimer (107) and Cale Ostrowksi (133) both earned third place honors and Jackson Berhow (121) earned fourth place. Ben Rodriquez (114), Jackson Loreno (145), Lukas Lind (160) and Tyce Faber (172) all earned fifth place. 

ELK RIVER ELKS

The Elks earned ten medals, including one state qualifier Daunte Sasse-Doering (172) earned championship honors, Paul Greenberg (215), Walker Gaulrapp (121) and Wyatt Lease (160) all earned third place honors. Talon Sasse (133), Dylan Peters (139) and Lars Nelson (152) all earned fifth place. Ian Lessard (114), Finley Hilyar (127) and Bjorn Svensen (145) all took sixth place. 

ST. CLOUD CRUSH

The Crush had a good section tournament, they earned twelve section medals, including four state qualifiers. Jaxon Kenning (172) and Sutton Kenning (189) both earned section championships. Jack Hamak (121) and Grady Doering (107) both earned second place honors. Tanner Hugg (160), Sam Long (215) and Noah Newman (145) all earned third place honors. Jaden Dombrovski (152) earned fourth place. Gil Andreas Rafols (114), Connor Fredrickson (127) and Ethan Lunning (139) all took sixth place. 

ROGERS ROYALS

The Royals earned ten medals, including three state qualifiers, Zach Kellogg (114), Grady Weinbrenner (127) and Cole Hamilton (172) all earned second place honors. Mason Lund (133) earned third place honors, Nolan Lund (107) and Navarro Kornwolf (139) both earned fourth place. Caleb Whitlock (121), Jase Carlson (152), Adam Villante (160) and Saywer Josewski (215) all earned fifth place. 

SARTELL-ST. ST. STEPHEN SABRES

The Sabres earned seven section medals, Jayce Gruber (107), Jack Petsa (114), Michael Hamak (160) and Thoe Brown (189) all earned fourth place honors. Aiden Halverson (152), Jordan Gulden (285) and Nathan Tagean (121) all earned fifth place. 

BUFFALO BISON 

The Bison earned three medals including two state qualifiers, Gabe Roehl (114) and Ryan Babatz (285) both earned second place honors and Maxwell Carter (145) took sixth place.