CENTRAL MN MAT RATS REPORT (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 

CLASS A TEAMS

BELGRADE-BROOTEN-ELROSA JAGUARS

The Jaguars split their duals at the Canby “Lancers” triangular, they defeated No. 10A ranked Minneota and section 5A rivals 34-36. They were defeated by Section 5A foe Canby 38-29. Ryan Jensen (139), Tanner Viessman (152), Ethan Mueller (172) Maximus Hanson (189) and Harley Weber all went 2-0. The Jaguars defeated a pair of conference rivals at the Royalton-Upsala “Royals” Triangular. They defeated No. 7A Royalton-Upsala 42-12 and ACGC 62-10. Noah Welte, Ryan Jensen, Tanner Viesmann, Brett DeRoo, Ethan Mueller, Maximus Hanson, Hunter Laage and Carson Gilbert all went 2-0. The Jaguars defeated BHV/PP 44-23 and Quad County 69-0 in the Quad County Triangular. Noah Jensen, Ryan Jensen, Tanner Viessman, Brett DeRoo, Maximus Hanson, Hunter Laage and Carson Gilbert all went 2-0. Special Note: Ryan Jensen 139 LBS Won his 226th Career Match, breaking a School Record. Maximus Hanson 172 LBS Won His 200th Career Match.

HOLDINGFORD HUSKERS

The Huskers had a big night with three big wins at the Crosby-Ironton quadrangular. They defeated Section 7A foes Ogilvie 58-15 and Crosby-Ironton 69-0 and AA Procter Hermantown 58-3. Wyatt Pilarski, Wyatt Novitzki, Masyn Patrick, Simon Boeckman, Luke Bieniek, Drew Lange and Evan Litchy all went 3-0. Lane Patrick, Noah Perowitz and Jaxon Bartkowicz all went 2-1 and Casey Knettel, William Pilarski and Toby Phillip all went 2-0. The Huskers defeated Section 7A foe Deer River 60-4 and Central Mn. Conference rivals ACGC 61-7. Noah Perowitz, Wyatt Pilarski, Wyatt Novitzki, Masyn Patrick, Simon Boeckman, Drew Lange, Kolton Harren, Jaxon Bartkowicz and Toby Phillips all went 2-0. The Huskers defeat three foes at the Eden Valley-Watkins “Eagles” Quadrangular. They defeated Central Mn Conference rival Eden Valley-Watkins 53-12, AA New Ulm 36-24 and Border West 51-21. Casey Knettel, Lane Patrick, Wyatt Pilarski, Masyn Patrick, Simon Boeckman, Drew Lange and Jaxon Bartkowicz all went 3-0, Noah Perowitz went 2-1 and William Pilarski went 2-0. 

STAPLES-MOTLEY CARDINALS

The Cardinals defeated a pair of foes at the home triangular, they defeated Section 7A foe WHAN 59-12 and Ottertail Central 74-0. Gage Bjerga, Caden Kramer, Eli Greenwaldt, Jackson Carlson, Turner Beachy, Riley Reese, Blake Neelan, Luke Bjerga, Adrian Gomez and Steven Petrich all went 2-0. The Cardinals defeated No. 12A ranked BHV/PP 41-16 and Pelican Rapids 59-7. Gage Bjerga, Caden Kramer, Eli Greenwaldt, Jack Carlson, Turner Beachy, Riley Reese, Blake Neelan, Luke Bjerga and Steven Petrich all went 2-0. The Cardinals earned nine medals for 129.5 points to win the Tyler Moening Memorial Invitational. Elijah Greenwald (121), Ramiro Gallardo (152), and Adrian Gomez (215) all earned championship medals. Riley Reese (139), Luke Bjerga (189) and Steve Petrich (285) all earned second place medals. Blake Neelan (1450 earned third place and Dustin Converse (172) and Jacob Becker (189) both took sixth place. 

ROYALTON-UPSALA ROYALS

The Royals had a very good team performance with three big wins over Section 7A rivals at their home triangular. They defeated Mille Lacs 36-27, they did come into the dual with a 27-0 dual meet mark. Sawyer Simmons (152), Nick Leibold (172), Kaden Holm (215) and Brandon Mugg (285) all went 3-0. Marcus Hayes (114), Branden Mack (145), Spencer Novitzki (127), John Bzdok (133) and Lane Olson all went 2-1. Parker Dietman (145), Bryce Binek (160) and Jake Leners (189) all went 2-0. The Royals split their duals at their home triangular, they defeated Central Mn. Conference and Class A Lean and Mean ACGC 55-16 and they were defeated by No. 2A ranked BBE 42-12. This match seen the Royals defeated in two over-time matches and they were forced to forfeit one weight, due a possible injured in their first dual. Andrew Hayes, Spencer Novitzki and Brandon Mugg all went 2-0.

PAYNESVILLE AREA BULLDOGS

The Bulldogs had a very good night at the Eden Valley-Watkins “Eagles” Quadrangular. They defeated AA Lean and Mean Pierz 33-24, Albany 52-17 and conference rivals Eden Valley-Watkins 42-19. Mason McNab (127), Peyton Hemmesch (189/215), Seth Vearrier (189/215) and Mitch Blonigen (145/152) all went 3-0. Jamison Meagher (107), Roman Roberg (114) and Grant Wendlandt (172) all went 2-1 and Mason Hansen (139) went 2-0. The Bulldogs went 2-1 at their home quadrangular, they defeated two AA rivals Minnewaska Area 53-22 and DC/LITCH 45-9. They were defeated by AA Hutchinson 30-29. Roman Roberg, Brandon Hess, Peyton Hemmesch and Seth Vearrier all went 3-0. Braydon Kierstead-Hahn and Mitch Blonigen both went 2-1 and Mason McNab and Kevin Raya Botello went 2-0. The Bulldogs were without two of their starting wrestlers. Special Note: Mitch Blonigen 145 LBS Won his 50th Career Match.

BERTHA-HEWITT/VERNDALE/PARKERS PRAIRE RAIDERS

The Raiders split their duals at their home Triangular, they defeated Section 6A foe Pelican Rapids 59-9 and they were defeated by No. 5A ranked Staples-Motley 41-16. Tanner Schulke, David Revering and Cayden Kimber all went 2-0. The Raiders earned twelve medals for 178 points to win the 55th Annual Park Region Conference tournament. Hudson Truax (114), Isaac Grabow (121), Orran Hart (127) and David Revering (160) all earned Championship medals. Justin Olson (133), Cayden Kimber (172) and Braden Shamp (215) all earned second place medals. Zach Mrnak (189) and Zach Bosman (285) both earned fourth place, Preston Captain (139) and Tanner Schulke (145) both earned fifth place and Adam Grabow took sixth place. 

KERKHOVEN-MURDOCK-SUNBURG FIGHTING SAINTS

The Fighting Saints earned six medals for 111.5 points at the Red Rock “Highwater Ethanol” invitational for fourth place. Trey Gunderson (133) and Jett Olson (160) both earned championship medals and Cole Froelich (121) and Aaron Jones (172) both earned second place medals. Taytan Nielsen (145) earned a third place medal and Oswaldo Moreno (107) earned fifth place. 

UNITED NORTH CENTRAL WARRIORS

The Warriors defeated Park Region Conference rivals New York Mills 45-16. The Warriors defeated two Section 8A rivals Fosston-Bagley 38-27 and Barnesville 53-19. Cooper Rife, Aaron Lake, Zach Davidson, Eli Roiko and Ryan Peterson all went 2-0. The United earned twelve medals for 136.5 points to earned fourth place at the 55th Annual Park Region Conference tournament. Fordyce Johnson (145) earned the championship medal and Zach Davidson (152) earned the second place medal. Sam Roiko (107), Cooper Rife (114) both earned third place medals and Rhett Anderson (127) earned fourth place. Fynn Bakke (121), Mason Kipka (172) and Reed Koll (215) all earned fifth place and Conrad Koll (139), Eli Roiko (189) and Ryan Peterson (285) all took sixth place. 

LONG PRAIRIE/GREY EAGLE/BROWERVILLE WOLVES

The Wolves earned eleven medals for 163 points to earned second place in the 55th Annual Park Region Conference tournament. Tucker Zigan (152) and Mason Bruder (172) both earned championship medals. Brodie Pachan (107), Hunter Katterhagen (114) and Alex Line (189) all earned second place medals. Evan Flan (121), Logan Thom (127), Jacob Hidalgo (139) and Dylan Recknar (160) all earned third place, Ethan Meyer (215) earned fourth place and Drew Sudbeck (145) took sixth place. 

OSAKIS SILVERSTREAKS

The Silverstreaks defeated two at their home triangular, they defeated ACGC 40-35 and Eden Valley-Watkins 40-36. Blake Fischer, Ashton Pastian, Zach Bruder, Christian Nathe, Jacob Taplin, Gaven Cimbura and Zach Winkle all went 2-0. The Silverstreaks earned eleven medals for 154 points to earn third place at the 55th Annual Park Region Conference tournament. Jacob Taplin (139) and Zach Winkle (285) both earned championship medals. Christian Nathe (127) and Gaven Cimbura (160) both earned second place medals and Simon Jacobson (133) and Conner Koep (215) both earned third place. Blake Fischer (107), Ashton Pastian (114), Zach Bruder (121) and Tucker Hagen (152) all earned fourth place and Mazin Al-Ameri (172) took sixth place. 

MILLE LACS RAIDERS

The Raiders defeated Pine City/Hinckley-Finlayson 57-18 and Procter-Hermantown 63-9 at the Pine City Triangular. This gave them a dual record of 25-0 on the season. Vincent Schmid, Kruz Kresal, Zach Remer, Donavon Schmid, Carter Adickes, Landyn Remer, Bailey Geist and Brodie Kuhman all went 2-0. The Raiders went 2-1 at the Section 7A Quad at Royalton-Upsala. They defeated Aitkin 54-16 and Blackduck/Cass Lake-Bena 69-6. they were defeated by No. 7A ranked Royalton-Upsala 36-27. Vincent Schmid, Kruz Kresal, Zach Remer and Dononvan Schmid all went 3-0, Carter Adickes, Justus Spengler and Brodie Kuhman all went 2–1 and Chase Calander went 2-0. 

ATWATER-COSMOS-GROVE CITY FALCONS

The Falcons went 2-1 at the Irondale dual invitational, they defeated AA Chaska-Chanhassen 37-33 and Benidle St. Margarets 71-6. They were defeated by Mound-Westonka 37-36. Edwyn Gonzalez, Joe Sherwood and Jevon Williams all went 3-0, Jaciel Cardenas went 2-0 and Brody Straumann, Ethan Whitcomb, Isaiah Renne and Juan Cardenas all went 2-1. The Falcons split their duals at the Osakis “Silverstreaks” triangular, they defeated Pelican Rapids 51-18. They were defeated by Osakis 40-35. Edwyn Gonzalez, Joe Sherwood,  Brody Straumann, Jevon Williams, Wyatt Garvick and Isaiah Renne all went 2-0. The Falcons split duals with two foes, they defeated Deer River 52-21. They were defeated by the No. 3A ranked and Central Mn. Conference rivals Holdingford 61-7 Tucker Johnson and Jevon Williams both went 2-0. The Falcons were defeated by a pair of Central Mn. Conference rivals at the Royalton triangular. They were defeated by No. 2A ranked BBE 62-10 No. 7A ranked Royalton-Upsala 55-16. The Falcons were missing six of their starting wrestlers. 

WEST CENTRAL AREA/ASHBY/BRANDON-EVANSVILLE KNIGHTS 

The Knights dropped two duals at the DB/LQPV/MONTI UNITED triangular, United No. 8AA and Class A Lean and Mean Tracy Milroy-Balaton 40-33. Evan Dingwall, Owen Gruchow, Solomon Wales, Ezekiel Sieckert and Jeremy Blascyk all went 2-0. The Knight had a good team effort with three big wins over three foes at their home quadrangular. They defeated AA foes Detroit Lakes 42-5 and Alexandria 50-18 and Class A Crookston 66-7. Evan Dingwall, Owen Gruchow, Adam Wise, Solomon Wales, Jeremy Blascyk, Freddi Munoz and William Rustan all went 3-0 and Sam Olson and Ezekiel Seickert both went 2-1. Special Note: Solomon Wales 160 LBS Won his 150th Career Match. The Knights earned eleven medals for 164 points to earn second place at the West Central Conference tournament. Solomon Wales (160), Ezekiel Sieckert (172) and Jeremy Blascyk (189) all earned championship medals. Will Rustan (285) earned the second place medal and Owen Gruchow (127) earned the third place medal. Evan Dingwald (114) and Sam Olson (152) both earned fourth place, Nathan Brethorst (107) and Freddi Munoz (215) both earned fifth place and Peyton Schmidt (121) and Cody Krattheler (133) both took sixth place. 

CLASS AA TEAMS

BECKER BULLDOGS

The Bulldogs defeated Section 6AA foe and AA Lean and Mean Rocori 40-18. They defeated AAA Lean and Mean Forest Lake 41-22 and Section 6AA rivals HLWW 47-21. Boston Kuschel, Bennett Kujawa, Brayden Boots, Kaden Niciolas, Drew May, Logan Jarvis and Aiden Golley all went 2-0. The Bulldogs defeated two Section 6AA rivals at the Big Lake “Hornets” triangular. they defeated Big Lake 48-22 and Zimmerman 78-0, Boston Kuschel, Bennett Kujawa, Blayne Kuschel, Tyler Hull, Aiden Trent’s, Kaden Nicolas, Landen Kujawa, logan Jarvis and Lance Lysdal all went 2-0. 

DAWSON-BOYD/LQP/MONTEVIDEO UNITED

The United went 2-1 at the home triangular, they defeated Class A Lean and Mean West Central Area 41-24 and Sauk Centre/Melrose 51-20. They were defeated by Class A Lean and Mean Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 29-26. Holland Schacherer (133) Dan Gunlogson (139) and Brady Rhode (285) all went 3-0, Ben Gunlogson (127), Kameron Sather (145) and Parker Bothun (189) all went 2-1 and Eli Olson (107) went 2-0. The United earned thirteen medals at the Red Rock Central “Highwater Ethanol” Invitational for 203.5 points and the championship. Eli Olson (107) and Daniel Gunlogson (139) both earned championship medals. Ben Gunlogson, Kameron Sather (145), Parker Bothun (189), Zach DeBeer and Brady Rhode (285) all earned second place medals. Holland Schacherer (133) earned a third place medal, Gavin Mortenson (114),Tygan Long (121) and Noah Meyer (172) all earned fourth place, Nelson Velasquez (114) earned fifth place and Grayson Olson (127) took sixth place. The United crew earned thirteen medals for 237 points to earn the West Central Conference championship. Holland Schacherer (133), Dan Gunlogson (139), Kameron Sather (145) and Brady Rhode (285) all earned championship medals. Eli Olson (107), Tygan Long (121), Parker Bothun (189) and ZachDeBeer (215) all earned second place medals. Gavin Mortenson (114), and Noah Meyer (172) both earned third place medals, Ben Gunlogson (127) earned fourth place and Bryan Rhode (160) took sixth place. The United crew defeated section rival Worthington 68-3 and No. 10A ranked Minneota 38-22. Eli Olson, Ben Gunlogson, Dan Gunlogson, Kameron Sather, Parker Bothun, Zach DeBeer and Brady Rhode all went 2-0. 

LITTLE FALLS FLYERS

The Flyers defeated AA Lean and Mean Foley 38-15 to earn the Granite Ridge Conference championship. They defeated AAA Brainerd 46-16, both at their home triangular. Ryan Vogt (114), Noah Cameron (145), Beau Robinson (160), Hank LeClair (172) and Chaston Gwost (189) all went 2-0. The Flyers had a very good team performance, as they earned fourteen medals for 224 points to win the tournament championship at the North Branch “Vikings” Invitational. Hayden Ramsdell (127), Joey Wilczek (139), Noah Cameron (145), Hank Le Clair (172) and Ivan Petrich (215) all earned championship medals. Mason Rausch (133), Beau Robinson (160) and Alex Schmitz (285) all earned second place medals. Ryan Vogt (114) and Chaston Gwost (189) both earned third place medals, Caden Peacock (152) and Aiden Nordlie (285) both earned fourth place and Leighton Odegard (121) and Alex Anez (145) both earned fifth place. The Flyers defeated two rivals at the Moorhead “Spuds” Triangular, they defeated Moorhead 48-30 and Alexandria 50-18. The Flyers are now 15-3 overall in dual meets for the season. Mason Rausch, Joey Wilczek, Noah Cameron, Beau Robinson, Hunter Ramdsdell, Hank LeClair and Ivan Petrich all went 2-0. 

NEW LONDON-SPICER WILDCATS

The Wildcats defeated No. 12AA ranked Annandale/Maple Lake 32-22. The Wildcats defeated Minnewaska Area 64-6, Morris Area 64-3 and Eden Valley-Watkins 57-6 in their home quadrangular. Andrew Sandeau, Carson Nelson, Jeremiah Nelson, Isaiah Nelson, Caleb Nelson, Everett Halverson, Adam Sandau, Brody Duke, Carson McCain and Marshal Johnson all went 3-0 and Eldon Halvorson and Holton Hanson both went 2-1. At the Battle for the Bolts Duals the Wildcats defeated Willmar 42-18 and were defeated by Rocori 34-22 and St. Michael 61-6.  Andrew Sandeau, Isaiah Nelson,Everett Halvorson, Brody Duke and Marshel Johnson went 2-1. 

ANNANDALE/MAPLE LAKE LIGHTNING 

The Lighting  defeated by No. 11AA ranked New London-Spicer 32-22 and they defeated Monticello 48-12. They were defeated by AA Lean and Mean Rocori and Section rivals 36-27, Perham 25-34, St. Michael 54-6 and defeated No. 10AAA Willmar 33-31. Cassen Brumm, Porter Pribyl and Ayden Fitzgerald all went 3-1 and Nathan Klatt went 3-0. 

WATERTOWN-MAYER ROYALS

The Royals went 1-2 at the Wayzata quadrangular, they defeated Buffalo 51-24 and they were defeated by No. 3AAA Stillwater 35-27 and No. 8AAA Wayzata 41-31. Joel Friederichs, Titan Friederichs, Kalen Mead and Bryce Burkett all went 3-0. Parker Jackson and Jack Entinger both went 2-1.  The Royals split duals at the Royals triangular, they defeated HLWW 39-27 and they were defeated by No. 11AAA ranked Apple Valley 47-21. Joel Friederichs, Titan Friederichs, Jack Entinger and Bryce Burkett all went 2-0. The Royals earned seven medals for 140 points to earn third place at the Maple River “Takedown 22” Invitational. Joel Friederichs (107), Titan Friederichs (114), Parker Jackson (139), Jack Entinger (152) and Bryce Burkett (172) all earned championship medals. Karson Tufte (139) earned third place and Isaiah Mead (145) earned fifth place. 

ROCORI SPARTANS

The Spartans split a pair of duals at the Becker “Bulldogs” triangular. They defeated Elk River 51-19 and they were defeated by No. 7AA AA ranked and Section 6AA rivals Becker 40-18. Davey Maldonado, Evan Moscho, Mason Orth and Grady Minnerath all went 2-0. The Spartans defeated Central Lakes Conference rivals Brainerd 41-22 and Conference and Section 6AA rivals Sauk Rapids-Rice 63-11. Zach Humbert (106), Davey Maldonado (114), Mason Moscho (121), Kameron Moscho (127), Evan Moscho (160), Nathan Soldner (172), Mason Orth (189/215) and Grady Minnerath (285) all went 2-0. The Spartans defeated Section 6AA rivals Big Lake 45-16. The Spartans split their duals with a pair of rivals, they defeated Central Lakes Conference rivals Sartell-St. Stephen 65-7 and they were defeated by AAA Lean and Mean Bemidji 32-26. Davey Maldonado, Jack Major, Evan Moscho, Nathan Soldner, Mason Orth and Grady Minnerath all went 2-0. The Spartans defeated three foes at the Annandale/Maple Lake “Lighting” duals. They defeated No. 11AA ranked New London-Spicer 34-22 and No. 12AA ranked Annandale-Maple Lake 36-27 and AA Perham 44-17. Davey Maldonado, Jack Major, Evan Moscho, Mason Orth all went 3-0 and Nathan Soldner, Christian Rodriguez, Grady Minnerath all went 2-1. 

PEQUOT LAKES/PINE RIVER/BACKUS ROAD CREW

The Road Crew defeated two foes at the SCM triangular, they defeated SCM 61-15 and Fergus Falls 65-10. Tucker Johnson, Trevor Holmberg, Parker Zutter, Brady Ruhl, Chance Abraham, Eli Abraham, James Cummings and Riley Peters all went 2-0. 

FOLEY FALCONS 

The Falcons split their duals at the Little Falls “Flyers” Triangular, they defeated AAA Brainerd 32-30. They were defeated by No. 10AA ranked and Granite Ridge Conference rivals Little Falls 38-15. Cyler Ruhoff and Brody Kipka both went 2-0. The Falcons went 2-0 at the Mound-Westonka “White Hawks” triangular. They defeated AAA Mound-Westonka 41-23 and Section 6AA foe Rockford 53-16. Carson Bone, Cyler Ruhoff, Noah Brunn, Wyatt Lueck and Josiah Peterson all went 2-0.  The Falcons went 1-2 at the Blaine “Bengals” Duals, they defeated AAA Blaine 30-28. They were defeated by No. 3AA ranked Totino-Grace 53-10 and AAA Elk River 35-30. The Falcons were without two of their starting wresters for this event. Keagon Frisbie went 3-0, Cayden Hansmeier and Wyatt Wall both went 2-1. 

PIERZ PIONEERS

The Pioneers were defeated by No. 11A ranked Paynesville 33-24 and Eden Valley-Watkins 40-33. Kyle Stangle, Gauge Johnson, Link Toops and Carter Yong all went 2-0. The Pioneers defeated three foes at the home quadrangular, they defeated Granite Ridge Conference rivals Albany 64-9, DC/Litch 63-12 and Ogilvie 48-18. Kyle Stangl, Liam Hennessy, Brecken Andres and Caleb Koch all went 3-0. Gauge Johnson, Cash Fussy, Chase Becker and Wyatt Dingmann all went 2-1 and Carter Young and Connor Hennessy both went 2-0. 

BIG LAKE HORNETS

The Hornets were defeated by Section 6AA foe Rocori 45-16. The Hornets split their duals at the home triangular with a pair of Section 6AA rivals. They defeated Zimmerman 57-15 and they were defeated by No. 6AA Becker 48-22. Cash Stortz, Charles Mikely, Carson Gellerman and Trajan Mussehl all went 2-0.

 

HOWARD LAKE/WAVERLY/WINSTED LAKERS

The Lakers were defeated by two foes at their home triangular, No. 10AAA Apple Valley 43-22 and to AA Lean and Mean Watertown-Mayer 39-27. Colton Long and Matthew Busse both went 2-0. The Lakers defeated two foes at the Sibley East Triangular, they beat Sibley East 50-19 and St. Clair 55-15. they were defeated by No. 8A ranked LCWM 34-33. Gabe Michels, Raydon Graham, Caleb Michels, Tony Baumann and Tyler Gracyk all went 3-0 and Ryker Clobes went 2-1 and Colton Long went 2-0. 

CLASS AAA TEAMS

SAINT MICHAEL-ALBERTIVLLE KNIGHTS

The Saints defeated No. 7AAA Waconia 49-24. The Knights had a great team performance, they earned fourteen medals for 248 points to win the championship at the Orono “Spartans” Invitational. Lincoln Robideau (114), Chase Mills (127), Landon Robideau (152), Jarrett Wadsen (160), Jed Wester (172) and John Murphy (189) all earned championship medals. Grant Bergeron (107), Gavin Jackson (133) and Ian Schultz (139) all earned second place medals. Nathan Spinder (285) earned fourth place, Tanner Becker (145), Caleb Matheson (2115), Eli Schultz (107) and Joe Scully (133) all earned fifth place. The Knights went 4-0 at the Annandale-Maple Lake “Battle for the Bolts” Duals. They defeated No. 10AAA ranked Willmar 56-8, No. 11AA ranked New London-Spicer 61-6 and AA Perham 63-3. Grant Bergeron, Lincoln Robideau, Brody Bergeron, Chase Mills, Landon Robideau, Jarrett Wadsen, Jed Wester and John Murphy all went 4-0. Ian Schultz went 3-1, Evan Becker went 3-0, Gavin Jackson and Caleb Mattheson both went 2-0 and Tanner Becker went 2-2. 

WILLMAR CARDINALS

The Cardinals defeated a pair of Central Lakes Conference rivals at the Sauk Rapids-Rice Triangular. they defeated Sauk Rapids-Rice 63-12 and Alexandria 47-27. Logan Fagerlie, Cavin Carlson, Conlan Carlson, Sulley Anez,Isaac Velasquez, Cameron Champayne, Steven Cruze and James Dickmann all went 2-0. The Cardinals had two big wins over Section 8AAA rivals, they defeated AAA Lean and Mean Bemidji 29-28 and St. Cloud Crush 51-8. Logan Fagerlie, Cavin Carlson, Conlan Carlson, Sulley Anez, Cameron Champayne and Ramero Trevino all went 2–0. The Cardinals were defeated in three duals at the Battle for the Bolts duals in AN/ML. The were defeated by No. 4AAA STMA 56-8, No. 11AA New London-Spicer 42-18 and by No. 12AA AN/ML) 33-31. Cavin Carlson and Conlan Carlson both went 3-0. 

BEMIDJI LUMBERJACKS

The Lumberjacks split their duals at the Willmar “Cardinals” triangular, they defeated Section 8AAA foes St. Cloud Crush 47-16 and they were defeated by No. 10 AAA ranked Willmar 29-28. Gabe Morin, Gavin Osborn, Alec Newby and Parker Orvik all went 2-0. The Lumberjacks earned six medals for 102.5 points and a fourth place finish at the Orono “Spartans” Invitational. Parker Orvik (285) earned the championship medal and Gabe Morin (121) earned a second place medal. Nick Strand (139) earned third place, Brody Castonguay (133) earned fourth place, Alec Newby (152) earned fifth place and Rick Wuori (172) took sixth place. The Lumberjacks split duals at the Detroit Lakes “Lakers” Triangular, they defeated Detroit Lakes 63-10 and they were defeated by No. 10AA ranked Dilworth/Glendon-Felton 37-30. Brody Castonguay, Nick Strand, Talen Fairbanks, Ricky Wuori and Parker Orvik all went 2-0. The Lumberjacks defeated No. 5AAA ranked Hasting 26-19 and they were defeated by No. 3AAA Stillwater 31-19 Nick Strand and Alec Newby both went 2-0. 

BRAINERD WARRIORS

The Warriors split their duals at the Rocori “Spartans” triangular, they defeated Sauk Rapids-Rice 58-12 and they were defeated by Rocori 41-22. Easton Dircks, Lukas Lind and Ethan Kosloski all went 2-0. The Warriors were defeated by a pair of foes at the Little Falls “Flyers” Triangular. They were defeated by No. 9AA Little Falls 46-16 and AA Lean and Mean Foley 32-30. Cade Ostrowksi, Easton Dircks, Elijah Germann and Ethan Kosloski all went 2-0. The Warriors were defeated by No. 8AA ranked Marshall 50-13 and Cambridge-Isanti 48-19 at the PLPRB Quad. The Warriors defeated two Central Lakes Conference rivals at the St. Cloud Crush triangular. They defeated St. Cloud Crush 40-24 and Fergus Falls 78-0. Ben Rodriguez, Cade Ostrowski, Nolan Jukish, Cole Ostrowksi, Easton Dirks, Elijah Germann and Ethan Koslaski all went 2-0. 

CAMBRIDGE-ISANTI BLUEJACKETS

The Bluejackets defeated Monticello 42-27 and St. Francis 52-19 at their home triangular. Brady Huntley, Leo Edblad, Grady Jennissen, Maverick Henderson, Jared Goodman, and  Brady Anderson all went 2-0. The Bluejackets went 2-2 at the Blaine “Bengals” Duals, they defeated Coon Rapids 40-21 and Blaine 43-25. they were defeated by No. 3AA ranked Totino Grace 37-22 and by Elk River 41-28. Leo Edblad and Maverick Henderson both went 4-0, Brady Hartley went 3-1, Quinton Harcey went 2-1. Grady Jennissen, Reshard Cronemiller, Jarred Goodman, Dillon Sommerfield and Brady Anderson all went 2-2. 

ROGERS ROYALS

The Royals defeated Northwest Suburban Conference rivals Centennial 32-27. The Royals defeated Osseo 55-12 and they were defeated by No. 12AAA ranked Anoka 40-19. Zach Kellogg, Mason Lund, Grady Weinbrenner, Navarro Kornwolf, Cole Hamilton and Sawyer Jusweski all went 2-0. 

MOORHEAD SPUDS

The Spuds defeated a pair of Section 8AAA foes at the Monticello “Magic” triangular. They defeated Monticello 42-30 and Sartell-St. Stephen 45-24. Dane Ellingsberg, Michael Jenkins, Croix Mongeau, Bridger Mongeau, Lee Ellingsberg and Jake Erdman al went 2-0. The Spuds were defeated by a pair rivals Section 8AAA Alexandria 40-30 and No. 9AA ranked Little Falls 48-30. Landon Rinks, Dane Ellingsberg, Dalton Humeniuk and Jake Erdman all went 2-0. 

ST. CLOUD CRUSH

The Crush were defeated by two of their Section 8AAA rivals, No. 10AAA ranked Willmar 53-12 and Brainerd 54-18 at the Willmar triangular. Sutton Kenning (189) went 2-0. The Crush spit their duals with two Central Lakes Conference rivals at their home triangular. They defeated Fergus Falls 63-12 and they were defeated by Brainerd 40-24. Grady Doering, Tanner Hugg, Jaxon Kenninng and Batuo Teboh all went 2-0. 

SARTELL-ST. STEPHEN SABRES

The Sabres were defeated by a pair of foes, Section 8AAA Moorhead 45-24 and Monticello 42-24. Aiden Halverson and Peyton Allen both went 2-0. The Sabres earned five medals at the North Branch “Vikings” Invitational. Peyton Allen (215) earned a second place medal, Jack Pesta (127), Mike Hamak (160) and Cyrus Post (189) all earned fifth place and Theo Brown (172) took sixth place. The Sabres were defeated by Central Lakes Conference rivals and AA Lean and Mean Rocori 65-7 and  AAA Lean and Mean Bemidji 67-6 at the Rocori “Spartans” triangular. Peyton Allen was 2-0 for the Sabres.

BUFFALO BISON

The Bison were defeated by No. 3AAA Stillwater 64-12 and No. 8AAA Wayzata 53-24 and by Class AA Lean and Mean Watertown-Mayer 51-24. Marcus Kurth-Benson and Ryan Babatz both went 2-1 and Aiden Herbst went 2-0. The Bison went 2-1 at the St. Agnes Duals with big wins over Benson 39-33 and St. Agnes 38-34. They were defeated by Lake City 42-34. Gabe Roehl, Trevor Juenke and Ryan Babatz all went 3-0, Max Carter, Charles Knese, Jacobee Scherber and Lucas Potter all went 2-1.