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KMS holds off Minneota, 42-36

KERKHOVEN -- With the help of four pins, Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg won six of the final seven matches to post a 42-36 come-from-behind win over Minneota in a Camden Conference dual Tuesday.

KERKHOVEN -- With the help of four pins, Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg won six of the final seven matches to post a 42-36 come-from-behind win over Minneota in a Camden Conference dual Tuesday.

The match was tied 36-36 with only the heavyweight match remaining. Cody Kinney picked up the winning points for KMS after Minneota's Grant Moorse suffered an undisclosed injury.

KMS is ranked No. 3 in Class A by The Guillotine, a statewide wrestling publication. Minneota is not currently ranked.

Aaron Zimmer at 145 pounds, Kevin Steinhaus at 152, Mitch Hagen at 160 and Brad Kneisl at 215 had pins for KMS down the stretch.

Kurt Timmons opened the match with a pin at 103. But Minnesota fought back with a pin and a technical fall to grab an 11-6 advantage.

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KMS then got a decision from Casey Krieger at 125 before Minneota added 12 points with a technical fall, a major decision and a decision.

KMS 42, Minneota 36

103: Kurt Timmons, K, pin Isaac Josephson :29

112: Christian Skillings, M, tcfl Klinton Van Heuveln 19-3

119: Beau Buysse, M, pin Stuart Johnson 1:31

125: Casey Krieger, K, dec Alec Lessman 2-1

130: Adam Longtin, M, maj Aaron Doraska 18-5

135: Adam Josephson, M, tcfl John Glimsdal 16-0

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140: Sam Derynck, M, dec Spencer Almen 3-2

145: Aaron Zimmer, K, pin Zac Bussell 2:44

152: Kevin Steinhaus, K, pin Justin Myhre 2:18

160: Mitch Hagen, K, pin Jason Myhre 3:03

171: Michael Hammer, M, dec Chris Braaten 5-2

189: Joel Bauman, K, dec Craig Peterson 7-2

215: Brad Kneisl, K, pin Jared Longtin 3:36

285: Cody Kinney, K, won by injury default over Grant Moorse

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