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New London-Spicer 1st at own eight-team meet

NEW LONDON -- New London-Spicer had six individual champions and two runners-up en route to winning its own eight-team wrestling invitational on Friday.

Shawn Hatlestad
Shawn Hatlestad of New London-Spicer cranks up the pressure on Jake Peterson of Benson en route to a first-period pin in the quarterfinals of the NLS Invite Friday in New London. Tribune photo by Rand Middleton

NEW LONDON -- New London-Spicer had six individual champions and two runners-up en route to winning its own eight-team wrestling invitational on Friday.

The Wildcats had 245 points, while Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg was second with 186 and Eden Valley-Watkins third with 177.5 Benson was sixth with 91 anmd Litchfield and Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa tied for seventh with 79 points apiece.

NLS champions were: Jakob Stageberg at 103 pounds, Ben Henle at 199, Logan Brink at 125, Shawn Hatlestad at 145, Dylan Hanson at 152 and Zach Borka at heavyweight.

KMS finished with two champions among its six wrestlers in the finals; Jordon Rothers at 140 pounds and Myrvan Halleland at 189.

Ross Rath of BBE was first at 112 pounds.

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The complete tournament results were not reported in time to be printed. They will appear in Monday's paper.

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