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Prep Wrestling Roundup

PERHAM -- Behind four champions and three runner-ups, New London-Spicer won the 10-team Barrel O' Fun Invitational Saturday hosted by Perham. Jakob Stageberg at 106 pounds, Treyton Austvold at 120, Chase Austvold at 132 and Dylan Hanson at 160 al...

PERHAM -- Behind four champions and three runner-ups, New London-Spicer won the 10-team Barrel O' Fun Invitational Saturday hosted by Perham.

Jakob Stageberg at 106 pounds, Treyton Austvold at 120, Chase Austvold at 132 and Dylan Hanson at 160 all won their weight classes. Falling short in championship matches were Cameron Steffen at 145, Tanner Tobkin at 182 and Grant Vagle at 195.

NLS, which piled up 34 more points than runner-up Perham, also had David Nething at 152 and Kyle Cappelen at 170 place third.

Team scoring

(1) New London-Spicer 236 (2) Perham 202 (3) Walker-Hackensack-Akeley/Nevis 147.5 (4) Moorhead 144.5 (5) Detroit Lakes 129 (6) New York Mills 104 (7) Mille Lacs 98 (8) Roseau 97 (9) United North Central 89 (10) Sauk Centre/Melrose 47

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How NL-Spicer fared

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

106: Jakob Stageberg 3-0, 1st ... 113: Thomas Stageberg 1-3, 6th ... 120: Treyton Austvold 4-0, 1st ... 126: Oden Rogers 2-2, 5th ... 132: Chase Austvold 4-0, 1st ... 138: Logan Brink 2-2, 4th ... 145: Cameron Steffen 2-1, 2nd ... 152: David Nething 4-1, 3rd ... 160: Dylan Hanson 3-0, 1st ... 170: Kyle Cappelen 3-1, 3rd ... 182: Tanner Tobkin 2-1, 2nd ... 195: Grant Vagle 2-1, 2nd ... 220: Andy McDonnell 1-3, 6th ... 285: Ricky Berry 1-2, 5th

Braves Classic

(At Benson) -- Minnewaska's Ryan Stottler at 152 pounds and Cameron Sykora of Border West were co-MVPs at the 30th annual tournament.

The host team, Benson, did not participate after following a safety protocol from possibly being exposed to a skin infection. All area teams affected by the possible infection followed the proper procedures.

Team scoring

(1) Fergus Falls 288 (2) Barnesville 185.5 (3) Border West 148.5 (4) Breckenridge/Campbell-Tintah 127.5 (5) Renville County West/MACCRAY 125 (6) Mahnomen-Waubun 119.5 (7) Minnewaska 109.0 (8) West Central Area 101 (9) Ortonville 9

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How Minnewaska fared

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

106: Spencer Winter 1-2, Joe Weaver 2-2 ... 113: open... 120: open ... 126: Weston Lardy 1-3, 6th ... 132: open ... 138: open ... 145: Zach Steffensen 3-1, 3rd ... 152: Ryan Stottler 3-0, 1st ... 160: Brook Wollachlager 0-2 ... 170: Taylor Lundebrek 2-1, 2nd ... 182: Jorge Munoz-Peterson 2-2, 5th ... 195: Brad Jacobs 1-2, 4th ... 220: JR Formo 0-2 ... 285: Danny Holtkamp 3-0, 1st

How RCW/MACCRAY fared

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

106: Ethan Thein 2-2, 5th ... 113: Trevor Fagen 2-2, 4th; Aron Quilantan 1-3, 6th ... 120: Alex Wolf 0-3 ... 126: Quinton Burns 3-1, 3rd ... 132: Evan Suter 1-3, 6th ... 138: Hayden Johnson 2-2, 5th ... 145: Mason Schmitz 1-3, 6th ... 152: Brett Feldman 3-3, 6th ... 160: Ryan Countryman 1-2 ... 170: Brain Bratsch 0-2... 182: Brent Jaenisch 1-1, 2nd ... 195: open ... 220: Tyler Schorn 2-2, 4th... 285: Jason Mertens 2-1, 2nd

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