Wrestling: Foley takes West Central North crown; New London-Spicer 2nd

MELROSE -- Foley had four individual champions and captured the West Central North Conference wrestling title Saturday in its first year in the loop.

MELROSE -- Foley had four individual champions and captured the West Central North Conference wrestling title Saturday in its first year in the loop.

Foley had 227 points, while New London-Spicer was second with 193. Paynesville finished third with 179.

New London-Spicer's Chase Austvold won the 103-pound title. Chad Henle at 199 pounds and John Nething at 160 also won individual crowns. Dylan Hanson at 112 pounds, Shawn Hatlestad at 125 and Billy Dean at 135 were all second.

Paynesville's Jordan Christian was the 125-pound champion. Jon Kerzman was first at 140, Cory Spanier was the 215-pound winner and Jordan Spaeth won at 285. Dylan Sheridan was runner-up at 103 pounds. Andrew Moser was second at 171.

Foley won the overall North title based on two points for a conference dual win and one points for each team it finished ahead of in the confrence team tournament. New London-Spicer was second.


NOTE: No individual records were available from NLS or Paynesville.

Team scoring

(1) Foley 227 (2) New London-Spicer 193 (3) Paynesville 179 (4) Albany 166 (5) Long Prairie-Grey Eagle 104 (6) Sauk Centre 43 (7) Melrose 13

Championship matches

103: Chase Austvold, NLS, dec Dylan Sheridan, Pay, 11-5

112: Jamie Holt, Alb, dec Dylan Hanson, NLS, 12-6

119: Chad Henle, NLS, dec Brandon Seppelt, Fol, 9-3

125: Jordan Christian, Pay, dec Shawn Hatlestad, NLS, 3-1, OT


130: Cory Foss, Fol, dec Matt Dowdell, Alb, 3-2

135: Jacob Bowland, Fol, dec Billy Dean, NLS, 4-3

140: Jon Kerzman, Pay, dec Zach Jackson, Fol, 7-6

145: Daniel Schad, LPGE, pin Jeremy Weber, Fol, 2:28

152: Joseph Pesta, LPGE, dec Justin Bowland, Fol, 3-1, OT

160: John Nething, NLS, dec John Gusewelle, SC, 10-7

171: Kris Olson, Fol, dec Andrew Moser, Pay, 11-3

189: Jordan Linn, Fol, dec Kurt Schlangen, Alb, 12-6


215: Cory Spanier, Pay, dec Kevin Beehler, Fol, 10-3

285: Ketih Macziewski, Alb, dec Mike Siegler, Fol, 7-2

How New London-Spicer fared

Key: (Records for day not available)

103: Chase Austvold, 1st place ... 112: Dylan Hanson, 2nd place .... 119: Chad Henle,1st place ... 125: Shawn Hatlestad, 2nd place ... 130: Luke Reiter, 3rd place ... 135: Billy Dean, 2nd place ... 140: Brandon Keller, 3rd place ... 145: Cody Haugen, 4th place ... 152: Chris DeLong, 3rd place ... 160: John Nething, 1st place ... 171: Austen Holden, 6th place ... 189: Levi Schultz, 3rd place ... 215: Chris Pfau, 5th place ... 285: Zach Borka, 5th place

How Paynesville fared

Key: (Weight, name, won-loss, falls)

103: Dylan Sheridan, 2nd place ... 112: Dustin Sieben, 3rd place .... 119: Jeff Albright, 3rd place ... 125: Jordan Christian, 1st place ... 130: Justin Wendlandt 5th place ... 135: Hayden Spaeth, 4th place ... 140: Jon Kerzman, 1st place ... 145: Tyler Hemmesch, 5th place ... 152: Ryan Gale, 4th place ... 160: Michael Doom, 3rd place ... 171: Andrew Moser, 2nd place ... 189: not available ... 215: Cory Spanier, 1st place ... 285: Jordan Spaeth, 1st place

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