Prep Wrestling Roundup: Bulldogs 2-0 at home tri

PAYNESVILLE -- Eight pins and 11 forfeits helped Paynesville beat Minnewaska 54-23 and Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted 60-9 at a home triangular on Thursday.

PAYNESVILLE - Eight pins and 11 forfeits helped Paynesville beat Minnewaska 54-23 and Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted 60-9 at a home triangular on Thursday.

Nick Gabrielson at 138 pounds and Connor Meagher at 152 both notched two pins for Paynesville, which got 18 points from three Minnewaska forfeits and another 48 points from eight HLWW forfeits.

There were just three competitive matches in the Paynesville-HLWW dual.

Paynesville 54, Minnewaska 23

106: Max Reichmann, M, won by forfeit
113: Daltin Christinsen, P, pin Maison Blair 1:43
120: Shawn Rue, P, pin Mateo Arredondo 0:19
126: Cameron Schmidt, P, won by forfeit
132: Tyson Meyer, M, pin Alex Mages 2:48
138: Nick Gabrielson, P, pin Dylan Jergenson 2:40
145: Spencer Winter, M, tech fall Garth Utsch 19-1 (5:38)
152: Connor Meagher, P, pin Marcelo Arredondo 0:49
160: Double forfeit
170: Weston Lardy, M, Taylor Velkamp 1:52
182: Cameron Schmitz, P, pin Tyler Anderson 0:51
195: Grant Ludwig, P, pin Tyler Vanluik 1:20
220: Lucas Peterson, P, won by forfeit
285: Patrick Kranz, P, won by forfeit


Paynesville 60, HLWW 9

106: Double forfeit
113: Double forfeit
120: Shawn Rue, P, won by forfeit
126: Cameron Schmidt, P, won by forfeit
132: Alex Mages, P, won by forfeit
138: Nick Gabrielson, P, pin Tristan Welter 1:56
145: Cameron Mogensen, H, dec. Garth Utsch 8-7
152: Connor Meagher, P, pin Harry Shannon 2:16
160: Joshua DeBoer, H, won by forfeit
170: Taylor Veldkamp, P, won by forfeit
182: Cameron Schmitz, P, won by forfeit
195: Grant Ludwig, P, won by forfeit
220: Patrick Kranz, P, won by forfeit
285: Lucas Peterson, P, won by forfeit

HLWW 63, Minnewaska 6

Complete results were not available.


Benson 40, MAHACA 28

Benson won seven of the eight matches, including the first five, to roll to the double-digit win on Thursday in Morris.

Michael Nagler at 106, Jarid Wersinger at 126, Lane Geyer at 132, Grant Ascheman at 145 and Mitch Kossmann at 182 notched pins for the Braves. Hunter Mondor at 113 added a major decision.


Morris Area/Hancock/Chokio-Alberta got pins from Jared Rohloff at 138 and Alex Feuchtenberger at 220, and a major decision from Travis Ostby at 160.

106: Michael Nagler, B, pin Alex Krupke 5:56
113: Hunter Mondor, B, maj Ben Travis 13-0
120: Adam Koosmann, B, dec Dalton Rose 3-2
126: Jarid Wersinger, B, pin Gideon Joos 1:59
132: Lane Geyer, B, pin Gerardo Villela 0:47
138: Jared Rohloff, M, pin Chase Young 0:57
145: Grant Ascheman, B, pin Trenton Nelson 4:22
152: Jared Knutson, B, dec Chase Metzger 9-5
160: Travis Ostby, M, maj Aaron Zosel 10-2
170: Philip Messner, M, dec Dan Lenarz 13-11
182: Mitch Kossmann, B, pin Toby Sayles 5:58
195: Steven Koehl, M, won by forfeit
220: Alex Feuchtenberger, M, pin Grant Evenson 1:00
285: Taylor Zeltwanger, M, dec Ross Grussing 7-5

Annandale/Maple Lake Double Duals

New London-Spicer and Litchfield both went 1-1 on Thursday in Annandale.

Litchfield rocked Rockford 74-3 and fell to the Lightning 40-28. NLS beat Rockford 45-27 and fell to the hosts 63-13.

Litchfield had Afton Kaping at 103 pounds, Derek Fruetel at 132, Sam Tibbits at 138, Logan Nelson at 152/160, Connor Hoff at 170 and heavyweight Tristan Revering go 2-0. Kaping and Revering both collected two pins.

Tom Stageberg at 138 won both of his matches by pin for NLS.

Annandale/Maple Lake 63, New London-Spicer 13


106: Chad Morton, N, maj Jack Klug 14-6
113: Holden Youngs, A, won by forfeit
120: Quinn Youngs, A, dec Sam Stageberg 10-5
126: Dom Braun, A, pin Max Firkens 2:59
132: Hunter Manka, A, won by forfeit
138: Tom Stageberg, N, pin Jonah Hayes 5:22
145: Tanner Vassar, A, pin Nathan Thein 1:15
152: Noah Hayes, A, won by forfeit
160: Austin Hurrle, A, pin Nick Reiter 1:14
170: Derek Tomberlin, A, won by forfeit
182: Cory Schmidt, A, won by forfeit
195: Josh Soine, N, dec Reed Rasset 5-0
220: Joey Zander, A, won by forfeit
285: Nick Preisinger, A, won by forfeit

NLS 45, Rockford 27

106: Blake Vagle, N, pin Hawkin Petron 2:36
113: Chad Morton, N, pin Ryan Storlien 5:35
120: David Barthel, N, won by forfeit
126: Sam Stageberg, N, pin Peter Schulte 2:40
132: Griffin Ekberg-Ikola, R, dec Max Firkens 12-8
138: Tom Stageberg, N, pin Hayden Rohel 0:30
145: Colten Weber, R, dec Nathan Thein 13-10
152: Bradford Thorson, R, won by forfeit
160: Nick Reiter, N, pin Drew Rozanski 0:54
170: Nick Selly, R, won by forfeit
182: Brad Scribner, R, dec Josh Soine 9-8
195: Cory Weber, R, won by forfeit
220: Patrick Schimerowski, N, dec Cory Weber 8-4
285: Cade Wosmek, N, pin Tyler Decker 0:50

Annandale/Maple Lake 40, Litchfield 28

106: Afton Kaping, L, pin Jack Klug 0:59
113: Holden Youngs, A, dec Ezra Kaping 4-3
120: Quinn Youngs, A, pin Max Tibbits 0:21
126: Dom Braun, A, pin Andrew Loch 3:31
132: Derek Fruetel, L, dec Hunter Manka 5-3
138: Sam Tibbits, L, pin Jonah Hayes 3:38
145: Tanner Vasser, A, pin Trevor Ziegenhagen 0:48
152: Noah Hayes, A, pin Dylan Penk 3:08
160: Logan Nelson, L, maj Austin Hurrle 15-5
170: Connor Hoff, L, dec Derek Tomberlin 6-3
182: Trae Bedford, A, maj Kal Jackman 8-0
195: Cory Schmidt, A, pin Carter Janorschke 3:31
220: Reed Rassel, A, dec Logan Wagner 4-1
285: Tristan Revering, L, pin Nick Preisinger 0:56

Litchfield 74, Rockford 3

106: Afton Kaping, L, pin Hawkin Petron 1:22
113: Ezra Kaping, L, pin Ryan Storlien 0:09
120: Andrew Loch, L, won by forfeit
126: Max Tibbits, L, tcfl Peter Schulte 2:55
132: Derek Fruetel, L, pin Griffin Ekberg-Ikola 3:33
138: Sam Tibbits, L, maj Colten Weber 13-2
145: Dylan Penk, L, pin Hayden Rohel 1:25
152: Logan Nelson, L, pin Bradford Thorson 3:14
160: Dylan Madsen, L, pin Grant Dulluge 2:36
170: Connor Hoff, L, tcfl Nick Selly 5:55
182: Brad Scribner, R, dec Carter Janorschke 10-4
195: Kal Jackson, L, pin Cory Weber 0:35
220: Logan Wagner, L, won by forfeit
285: Tristan Revering, L, pin Tyler Decker 1:01

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