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College Wrestling: St. John’s JV tips Ridgewater 27-21

WILLMAR -- Ridgewater won five of the seven contested matches over the Saint John's University JV team Friday, but the Warriors had to forfeit at three weights, allowing the Johnnies to post a 27-21 win.

WILLMAR - Ridgewater won five of the seven contested matches over the Saint John’s University JV team Friday, but the Warriors had to forfeit at three weights, allowing the Johnnies to post a 27-21 win.

Ridgewater’s Adam Sutlief at 125 opened the dual with a pin late in the second period. The Warriors then forfeited at 133 and 141 before getting a pin at 149 from Matt Meyer and back-to-back decisions from Daniel Wiemann at 157 and Zach Revier at 165 to take a short-lived 18-12 lead.

The Johnnies answered with three straight wins to pull ahead: a Ridgewater forfeit at 174, a decision at 184 and a pin at 197.

Ridgewater’s Zane Petersen capped the evening with a 3-1 decision in the heavyweight match.

The Warriors have a week off of competition before participating at the national tournament qualifier on Sunday, Feb. 16 in Spencer, Iowa.

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St. John’s JV 27, Ridgewater 21

125: Adam Sutlief, R, pin Alex Rod 3:52

133: Andy Poster, S, won by forfeit

141: Evan Guffey, S, won by forfeit

149: Matt Meyer, R, pin Branden Schorr 2:48

157: Daniel Wiemann, R, dec Brian McCann 8-2

165: Zach Revier, R, dec Ochirbat Bayanjargal 5-4

174: Teddy Erickson, S, won by forfeit

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184: Robert Tait, S, dec Schoen Kichler 12-8

197: Glen Castro, S, pin Joel Koch 2:00

285: Zane Petersen, R, dec Matt Kadrlik 3-1

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