Prep Wrestling Roundup: Dragons roll to 2 more wins

BIG LAKE -- Eight Litchfield wrestlers compiled 2-0 records and the Dragons earned two easy wins at the Big Lake Triangular on Thursday Litchfield beat Becker 53-12 and Big Lake 44-21. Those going 2-0 for the Dragons were Afton Kaping (106), Ezra...

BIG LAKE - Eight Litchfield wrestlers compiled 2-0 records and the Dragons earned two easy wins at the Big Lake Triangular on Thursday

Litchfield beat Becker 53-12 and Big Lake 44-21.

Those going 2-0 for the Dragons were Afton Kaping (106), Ezra Kaping (113), Sam Tibbits (126 and 132), Derek Fruetel (132 and 138), Logan Nelson (145), Connor Hoff (160), Kal Jackman (182 and 195) and Andrew Schaurer (182 and 195).

Litchfield 53, Becker 12

106: Afton Kaping, L, maj Jacob Berning 19-6


113: Ezra Kaping, L, dec Brenton Arbuckle 8-2

120: Josh Lumley, B, dec Max Tibbits 4-0

126: Logan Jerek, B, dec Andrew Loch 4-1

132: Sam Tibbits, L, dec Adam Bauman 11-7

138: Derek Fruetel, L, maj Mikey James 11-3

145: Logan Nelson, L, pin Colton Demant 1:43

152: Dylan Madsen, L, dec Zach Fisher 3-1

160: Connor Hoff, L, won by forfeit


170: Carter Janorschke, L, won by forfeit

182: Kal Jackman, L, won by forfeit

195: Andrew Schaurer, L, pin Austin Benkowski 1:30

220: Logan Wagner, L, won by forfeit

285: Casey Vesledahl, b, pin Tristan Revering 2:18

Litchfield 44, Big Lake 21

106: Afton Kaping, L, pin Cade Sixberry 1:47

113: Ezra Kaping, L, dec Vince Dailey 8-3


120: Andrew Loch, L, pin Ryan Helgoe 4:27

126: Sam Tibbits, L, maj Ben Morris 9-1

132: Derek Fruetel, L, dec Heath Foster 8-1

138: Caleb Juhl, B, pin Murphy Evans 5:07

145: Logan Nelson, L, dec Charlie Gellerman 10-4

152: Parker Millam, B, won by forfeit

160: Connor Hoff, L, dec Alex Blake 8-3

170: Cole Sixberry, B, dec Carter Janorschke 2-0

182: Andrew Schaurer, L, won by forfeit

195: Kal Jackman, L, pin Nash O’Leary 1:28

220: Wyatt Juhl, B, pin Tristan Revering 3:00

285: Chase Liestman, L, maj Jackson Gardner 9-1


Minneota 48, Quad County 24

Quad County’s Brian Bratsch and Ethan Beckler picked up pins but Minneota was too strong throughout at the Quad County Triangular on Thursday in Clara City.

106: Brant Buysse, M, pin Jaiden Jimenez 0:49

113: Avery VanOverbeke, M, tech. fall Ayden Friese 17-2, 4:33

120: Austin DeVlaeminck, M, pin Bryant Bestland 1:47

126: Eric Hauswedell, M, won by forfeit

132: Brendan Reiss, M, tcfl Tori Rupp 2:51

138: Riley Yost, M, maj Jack Howard 16-6

145: Kyle Hennen, M, dec Miles Kattesvold 7-1

152: Bryce Bruner, M, won by forfeit

160: Kirby Winson, QC, won by forfeit

170: Leo Buysse, M, maj Sean Grokslags 13-2

182: Alec Bueltel, M, dec Austin Friese 3-2

195: Brandon Rethlake, QC, won by forfeit

220: Brian Bratsch, QC, pin Matt Myhre :52

285: Ethan Beckler, QC, pin Trent Esping 4:42

Quad County 49, Pipestone 20

Quad County won five matches by fall to split its two matches in the Quad County Triangular on Thursday.

Rory Shackelford (126), Austin Friese (182), Hayden Johnson (195) and Brian Bratsch won by falls, Cole Hatch picked up a major decision and Kirby Winson won by decision.

106: Eric Lange, P, dec Jaiden Jimenez 9-7

113: Hunter Burnett, P, maj Ayden Friese 19-5

120: Sherman Taber, P, dec Bryant Bestland 12-6

126: Rory Shackelford, QC, pin Carson Wipf 2:47

132: Tori Rupp, QC, pin Josh Homann :34

138: Emerson Winter, P, pin Jack Howard 1:37

145: Miles Kattesvold, QC, pin Bill Olsen 1:45

152: Cole Hatch, QC, maj Jesse Fenton 9-1

160: Kirby Winson, QC, dec Mckinely Bush 13-7

170: Garrett Ploeger, P, maj Sean Grokslags 14-6

182: Austin Friese, QC, pin Dustin Olson :57

195: Hayden Johnson, QC, pin Dustin Olson :57

220: Brian Bratsch, QC, pin Dylan Arndt 1:52

285: Ethan Beckler, QC, won by forfeit


Paynesville 42, NLS 34

Five Bulldogs pins were decisive in a non-conference victory over the Wildcats on Thursday at New London-Spicer High School.

Paynesville’s Shawn Rue (113), Alex Mages (120), Nick Gabrielson (132), Connor Meagher (160) and Cameron Schmitz (182) won their matches by fall.

Max Firkens (126), Josh Lynch (138), Tom Stageberg (145) and Gideon Mische (170) won matches for NLS by pin.

106: Blake Vagle, N, maj. dec. Craig Schmitz 17-5

113: Shawn Rue, P, pin Chad Morton 2:37

120: Alex Mages, P, pin Sam Stageberg 2:20

126: Max Firkens, N, pin Riley Messer 4:57

132: Nick Gabrielson, P, pin Nathan Thein 5:37

138: Josh Lynch, N, pin Weston Roberg 5:03

145: Tom Stageberg, N, pin Garth Utsch 0:56

152: Clint Schmitz, P, won by forfeit

160: Connor Meagher, P, pin Nick Reiter 0:07

170: Gideon Mische, N, pin Taylor Veldkamp 4:16

182: Cameron Schmitz, P, pin Sebastian Bitzan 0:30

195: Josh Soine, N, dec. Grant Ludwig 14-9

220: Nate Ogdahl, N, dec. Patrick Kranz 7-5

285: Lucas Peterson, P, won by forfeit

ACGC 37, EV-Watkins 28

Cory Schmidt at 195, Tanner Berghuis at 220 and heavyweight Brodie Maresch posted back-to-back-to-back wins to rally visiting Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City past the Eagles on Thursday in Eden Valley.

Cameron Whitcomb notched a major decision at 152 to give ACGC a short-lived 19-16 lead. The Eagles then won three straight matches to regain the lead before the visiting Falcons soared to the win.

106: Taylor Ludwig, E, pin Cael Blom 1:39

113: Trevyn Ludwig, E, pin Aaron Lang 6:58

120: Logan Anderson, A, dec Everett Eken 4-1

126: Rylan Molinaro, A, won by forfeit

132: Braeden Lies, A, dec Zach Nistler 8-5

138: Brennan Holien, A, dec Matt Schindler 7-3

145: Tyler Dockendorf, E, maj Shane Whitcomb 12-1

152: Cameron Whitcomb, A, maj Carter Phillipp 17-8

160: John Salzl, E, dec Tylor Mortenson 6-3

170: DeShaun Haag, E, pin Jacob Whitcomb 0:57

182: Logan Donnay, E, dec CJ Toedter 7-5

195: Cory Schmidt, A, pin Aaron Holmberg 1:59

220: Tanner Berghuis, A, pin Ethan Kay 0:47

285: Brodie Maresch, A, pin Matt Utsch 2:12

BBE 58, Ortonville 21

Nine of the 10 wins Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa accumulated came from pins as the Jaguars drubbed the visiting Trojans on Thursday.

Collecting pins for BBE were Canon Swanson at 106, Dylan Kampsen at 113, Tyler Bents at 120, Adam Jaeger at 138, Cole Garvick at 152, Colby Schramel at 160, Trevor Kern at 170, Ben Thompson at 220 and heavyweight Joe Reller.

Spencer Amundson notched an 8-0 major decision at 145 for the Jaguars’ other win.

106: Canon Swanson, B, pin Tyler Campbell 1:02

113: Dylan Kampsen, B, pin Deaven Boots 3:46

120: Tyler Bents, B, pin Dustin Veen 3:10

126: Tristan Eastman, O, won by forfeit

132: Benjamin Eustice, O, won by forfeit

138: Adam Jaeger, B, pin Colin Hartman 1:35

145: Spencer Amundson, B, maj Joseph Eustice 8-0

152: Cole Garvick, B, pin Brenden Wojahn 0:26

160: Colby Schramel, B, pin Sergio Clark-Calvajal 2:36

170: Trevor Kern, B, pin James Erickson 2:29

182: Elijah Cloos, O, dec Jonah Voss 10-3

195: Cody Bedore, O, pin Orion Reutzel 1:35

220: Ben Thompson, B, pin Andrew Pillatzki 1:45

285: Joe Reller, B, pin Tyler Jacobson 1:34

BBE 53, Minnewaska 16

Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa earned 30 points alone on five Minnewaska forfeits in the Jaguars’ second match of the evening on Thursday.

BBE also got three falls from Tyler Bents at 113, Adam Jaeger at 138 and Leo Ziemer at 220.

Jakob Swalla at 182 notched the lone pin for Minnewaska.

106: Canon Swanson, B, dec Mason Blair 4-3

113: Tyler Bents, B, tcfl Mateo Arredondo 5:24

120: Dylan Kampsen, B, won by forfeit

126: double forfeit

132: Tyson Meyer, M, won by forfeit

138: Adam Jaeger, B, pin Dylan Jergenson 0:19

145: Marcelo Arrendondo, M, maj Spencer Amundson 9-0

152: Colby Schramel, B, won by forfeit

160: Cole Garvick, B, won by forfeit

170: Jonah Voss, B, won by forfeit

182: Jakob Swalla, M, pin Orion Reutzel 1:30

195: Ben Thompson, B, dec Tyler Vanluik 3-1

220: Leo Ziemer, B, pin Gavin Warbock 1:46

285: Joe Reller, B, won by forfeit


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