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Prep Wrestling Roundup: United overpowers Minnewaska

GLENWOOD -- The United -- a three-school co-op consisting of Dawson-Boyd, Lac qui Parle Valley and Montevideo -- cruised in the season-opener on Tuesday, beating Minnewaska 64-6.

GLENWOOD - The United - a three-school co-op consisting of Dawson-Boyd, Lac qui Parle Valley and Montevideo - cruised in the season-opener on Tuesday, beating Minnewaska 64-6.

The United lost just two matches and earned 36 points on six Minnewaska forfeits. The United also got first-period pins from Jordan Long at 120 pounds, Christian Kanten at 145 and Hever Valenzuela at 182.

Mason Blair at 106 and Tyler Vanluik at 195 notched decisions for the Lakers.

United 64, Minnewaska 6

106: Blair Mason, M, dec Trevon Johnson 5-2

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113: Layton Wittnebel, U, won by forfeit

120: Jordan Long, U, pin Mateo Arredondo 0:35

126: Trystan Bukowski, U, won by forfeit

132: Bailey Eickhoff, U, maj Tyson Meyer 14-5

138: Donny Bothun, U, dec Spencer Winter 7-3

145: Christian Kanten, U, pin Garrett Killing 1:55

152: Peyton Mortenson, U, dec Marcelo Arredondo 4-1

160: Matt Henriksen, U, won by forfeit

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170: Colton Struxness, U, won by forfeit

182: Hever Valenzuela, U, pin Tyler Anderson 0:12

195: Tyler Vanluik, M, dec Sam Henriksen 11-7

220: David Nelson, U, won by forfeit

285: Mason Hutt, U, won by forfeit

Redwood-River Valley Quadrangular

Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City blanked Madelia/Truman/Martin Luther 78-0, edged Medford 40-31 and fell 39-31 to Redwood-River Valley on Tuesday in Redwood Falls.

Complete results were not available.

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