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High school roundup

February 6, 2013
Marshall Independent

The Russell-Tyler-Ruthton boys' basketball team stayed perfect in the Camden Conference with a 75-66 win over Canby on Tuesday night.

Brett Peterson, Shay Wabeke and Brett Vercruysse each scored 19 for the Knights (20-1 overall, 11-0 Camden). RTR became the first team in the state to reach 20 wins with the victory.

Michael Slaba led all scorers with 22 points to go with seven rebounds, four assists and three steals. Michael Sisk added 16 points in the loss while Zach Nuy pitched in 10.

RTR will be on the road on Friday when it travels to Tracy to face Tracy-Milroy-Balaton, while Canby will play host to Minneota on Thursday.

Canby (66)

Michael Slaba 7 3-4 22, Nate Stafki 0 2-4 2, Cole Brusven 3 0-1 9, Michael Sisk 3 10-12 16, Zach Nuy 5 0-0 10, Josh Gallegos 1 0-0 2, Kristian Leppke 1 3-4 5. Totals 20 18-25 66. 3-pointers 8 (Slaba 5, Brusven 3) Rebounds 27 (Slaba 7) Assists 12 (Brusven 4, Slaba 4) Steals 7 (Stafki 3, Slaba 3) Blocks 1 Fouls 18 Turnovers 17.

RTR (75)

Brett Knudsen 1 0-0 2, Brett Peterson 8 2-2 19, Newt Dunblazier 4 1-2 9, Dylan Kor 3 1-2 7, Shay Wabeke 5 9-10 19, Brett Vercruysse 7 5-6 19. Totals 29 18-22 75 . 3-pointers 1 (Peterson) Rebounds 24 (Kor 9) Assists 20 (Kor 6) Steals 14 (Peterson 6) Blocks 1 Fouls 20 Turnovers 9.

Halftime Score: RTR 35, Canby 30.

Cedar Mountain/Comfrey 93, WWG 69

Cedar Mountain/Comfrey lit up the scoreboard on its way to its 10th win in its last 11 games as the Cougars blew by Westbrook-Walnut Grove 93-69 in a non-conference boys' basketball game played Tuesday in Westbrook.

Zach Kerkhoff made 13 field goals and scored a game-high 28 points in the win. Brady Kerkhoff added three 3-pointers and 16 points for the Cougars (14-3 overall).

WWG (6-11) got 19 points from Alex Knutson and 10 from Andy Merrick in the losing effort.

The Chargers will attempt to snap a three-game losing streak Thursday when they play at Mountain Lake Area.

CM/C (93)

Sam Pendleton 4 0-0 11, Ryan Pendleton 2 2-4 6, Brady Kerkhoff 6 1-3 16, Henry Pendleton 2 2-2 6, Zach Kerkhoff 13 2-4 28, Riley Kerkhoff 1 4-4 6, Shawn Sherman 2 0-0 4, Javin Larsen 2 0-0 5, Chandler Rose 4 0-0 8, Andrew Richter 1 1-2 3. Totals 37 12-19 93. 3-pointers 7 (S. Pendleton 3, B. Kerkhoff 3) Total Fouls 21.

WWG (69)

Andy Merrick 4 2-3 10, Taylor Lindaman 2 2-2 7, Tyson Berg 0 1-2 1, Reed Bakken 4 0-3 8, Alex Knutson 6 7-11 19, Shane Buchman 4 0-1 8, Matt Otto 3 0-0 7, Tristan Joel 1 1-2 3, Aaron Hass 3 0-0 6. Totals 27 13-24 24. 3-pointers 2 Total Fouls 16.

Halftime Score: CM/C 47, WWG 28.

Minneota 89, KMS 26

The Minneota boys' basketball team broke its three-game skid with an 89-26 win over Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg on Tuesday night in Kerkhoven in Camden Conference play.

Aaric Christenson led the way with 23 points and eight assists. Dan Harrison and Grant Hennen each added 19 in the win, while Hennen added six rebounds and Harrison six steals.

Minneota will be back on the road on Thursday when they travel to Canby.

KMS (26)

Taylor Feldman 1 0-2 3, James Faulkner 2 1-1 5, Jacob Zvorak 4 1-4 10, Preston Mahlum 4 1-4 10. Totals 9 6-16 26. 3-pointers 2 Rebounds 11 Turnovers 8.

Minneota (89)

Aaric Christenson 9 3-4 23, Dan Harrison 7 5-6 19, Austin Buysse 3 0-0 7, David Noyes 4 1-2 9, Grant Hennen 9 1-1 19, Tyler Buysse 1 0-0 2, Jack Anundson 2 0-2 4, Collin Kor 3 0-0 6. Totals 38 10-15 89. 3-pointers 3 (Christenson 2, A. Buysse 1) Rebounds 31 (Hennen 6) Assists 19 (Christenson 8) Steals 15 (Harrison 6) Blocks 1 (Noyes) Turnovers 8.

Halftime Score: Minneota 51, KMS 18.

BOLD 67, YME 61

Withstanding a second-half rally by Yellow Medicine East, the BOLD boys' basketball team held off the Sting for a 67-61 victory in West Central Conference action Tuesday in Granite Falls.

The Warriors held a 41-25 lead at the half, but YME went to a full-court press and cut the lead to 59-58 before BOLD ended the game on an 8-3 run.

YME's Blake Lindstrom drilled six 3-pointers and scored a game-high 27 points to help his team keep things tight.

The Sting (1-14, 0-11) will try for their first conference win Friday when they play at Benson.

BOLD (67)

Trent Athman 5 3-3 14, Tyler Rock 5 3-6 16, Lucas Wertish 2 1-7 5, Riley Kramer 3 0-0 6, Nick Kubesh 2 0-0 4, Tyler Lothert 3 0-0 8, Cole Mertens 3 1-2 7, Jayson Rothemeir 3 1-4 7. Totals 20 9-22 67. 3-pointers 6 (Rock 3) Rebounds 25 (Rothmeir 1) Assists 7 Steals 11 Blocks 0 Turnovers 15 Total Fouls 17.

YME (61)

Austin Vikander 0 4-6 4, Blake Lindstrom 10 1-2 27, Chase Richter 0 2-2 2, Tyson Velde 4 7-10 15, Jacob Pederson 2 1-2 5, Logan DeBlieck 4 0-0 8. Totals 20 15-22 61. 3-pointers 6 (Lindstrom 6) Rebounds 36 (Velde 9) Assists 3 Steals 9 (Lindstrom 5) Blocks 1 Turnovers 12 Total Fouls 20.

Halftime Score: BOLD 41, YME 25.

Area girls' basketball

Minneota 59, Canby 26

The Minneota girls' basketball team leaped out to a commanding lead and coasted to a 59-26 win over Canby Tuesday night in a game between two Camden Conference rivals.

The Vikings (18-2 overall, 12-0 Camden) jumped out to a 30-9 halftime lead on their way to their fifth straight victory.

Emily Stienessen scored 12 points to lead Minneota. Taylor Reiss added 11 points, seven rebounds and four steals, and Molly Hennen tallied eight points, seven rebounds, five assists and four steals.

The Lancers committed 30 turnovers in the game and were out-rebounded 29-15.

Canby's Brittany Merritt was one of just four players to score for her team. She knocked down three 3-pointers and finished with 12 points.

Canby (9-8, 6-5) looks to rebound Friday in a conference road game against Russell-Tyler-Ruthton. Minneota will try for its sixth straight victory Friday at home against Tracy-Milroy-Balaton.

Canby (26)

Brandi Merritt 1 2-2 5, Brittany Merritt 4 1-2 12, Morgan Merritt 1 1-2 3, Ricki Kallhoff 1 4-5 6. Totals 7 8-11 26. 3-pointers 4 (Bri. Merritt 3) Rebounds 15 Assists 5 Steals 13 Blocks 2 Turnovers 30 Total Fouls 13.

Minneota (59)

Molly Hennen 3 0-0 8, Shelby Corbin 2 0-1 4, Emily Stienessen 5 0-0 12, Taylor Reiss 5 1-5 11, Kelsey Maeyaert 3 0-0 7, Megan Larson 2 0-0 4, Hanna Prellwitz 1 0-0 2, Payton Boerboom 1 2-2 4, Michelle Jerzak 2 1-2 5, Kelsea Tolk 1 0-0 2. Totals 25 4-10 26. 3-pointers 5 Rebounds 29 (Reiss 7, Hennen 7) Assists 18 (Hennen 5) Steals 10 (Reiss 4, Hennen 4) Blocks 1 Turnovers 10 Total Fouls 12.

Halftime Score: Minneota 30, Canby 9.

Dawson-Boyd 69, MACCRAY 50

The Dawson-Boyd girls' basketball team won its third straight game on Tuesday night, defeating MACCRAY 69-50 in Camden Conference play.

Justine Lee led all scorers with 28 points to go with seven assists and nine steals. Mari Lee added 14 while Katarina Kuhlmann scored 10.

The Blackjacks (18-2 overall, 11-2 Camden) will travel to Renville on Friday to face Renville County West in a Camden Conference game.

Dawson-Boyd (69)

Katarina Kuhlmann 4 1-2 10, Justine Lee 13 2-3 28, Nicole Jurgenson 2 1-2 5, Mari Lee 6 2-3 14, Kelly Husby 2 2-3 6, Sadie Zaiser 3 0-0 6. Totals 30 8-14 69. 3-pointers 1 (Kuhlmann) Rebounds 23 (Husby 8, Zaiser 6) Assists 23 (J. Lee 7) Steals 20 (J. Lee 9) Turnovers 22.

MACCRAY (50)

Baillee Hauser 1 0-0 3, Ali Siverhus 2 1-2 5, Aleah Schwitters 1 0-0 2, Brooke Gould 5 6-6 17, Becka Kimpling 1 2-2 4, Alicia Ervin 3 0-0 6, Taylor Grussing 3 2-3 8, Jenna Mersbergen 2 1-2 5. Totals 18 12-15 50. 3-pointers 2 (Hauser 1, Gould 1) Rebounds 20 (Grussing 6, Gould 5) Assists 16 (Gould 5) Steals 8 (Gould 6) Turnovers 30.

Halftime Score: Dawson-Boyd 39, MACCRAY 18.

MCC 65, WWG 50

The Murray County Central girls' basketball team defeated Westbrook-Walnut Grove 65-50 in Red Rock Conference action on Tuesday night.

The Rebels (9-8 overall, 8-5 Red Rock) were led by Morgan Behrends, who scored 20 points in the win. Jenna Ness added 16 and a trio of blocks while Jade Giese and Taylor Schreier each had 8 points to go with 13 and 10 rebounds, respectively.

Paige Erickson scored had 23 points for WWG.

MCC will travel to Fulda on Friday while WWG (8-11, 6-7) will play host to Hills-Beaver Creek in Westbrook.

WWG (50)

Dayna Comnick 3 0-2 7, Elizabeth Woelber 2 4-11 9, Abby Herding 1 1-2 3, Paige Erickson 8 6-8 23, Kelsi Wahl 4 0-0 8. Totals 18 11-23 50. 3-pointers 3 (Comnick 1, Woelber 1, Erickson 1) Rebounds 26 (Erickson 11, Wahl 5 Woelber 4) Assists 9 (Woelber 4) Steals 6 (Comnick 2, Herding 2) Blocks 4 (Erickson 3). Turnovers 17.

MCC (65)

McKenzie Schmitz 1 1-4 3, Jade Giese 4 0-2 8, Sierra Vaniperen 1 0-0 2, Michaela Hartle 1 4-6 6, Taylor Schreier 2 4-7 8, Angela Dahlgren 1 0-0 2 Jenna Ness 7 2-2 16, Morgan Behrends 8 4-5 20. Totals 25 15-26 65. Rebounds 59 (Giese 13, Schreier 10) Assists 9 (Schreier 4) Blocks 7 (Ness 3) Turnovers 19.

Halftime Score: MCC 37, WWG 27.

TMB 55, Lincoln HI 36

The Tracy-Milroy-Balaton girls' basketball team got back in the win column on Tuesday, defeating Lincoln HI 55-36 in Camden Conference action.

Jenna Stoneberg led the way for the Panthers with 16 (6-12 overall, 4-5 Camden), while Cassie Hook added 12.

Heidi Pavek was the lone Rebel (5-13, 3-9) in double figures, scoring 12 points and grabbing 3 steals.

TMB plays host to Russell-Tyler-Ruthton on Friday in Tracy while Lincoln HI travels to Edgerton next Tuesday.

TMB (55)

Cassie Hook 5 0-0 12, Kelli Soupir 2 0-0 5, Nichy Iverson 3 0-0 6, Sammie Gervais 1 5-6 7, Anna Peterson 1 2-2 4, Jessie Nelson 1 0-0 2, Jenna Stoneberg 7 2-2 16, Sara Stoneberg 1 0-0 3. Totals 21 9-10 55. 3-pointers 4 (Hook 2, Soupir 1, S. Stoneberg 1) Rebounds 34 (Gervais 7, S. Stoneberg 6) Assists 15 (Gervais 4, Soupir 3) Steals 14 (Hook 3) Blocks 2 Turnovers 18.

Lincoln HI (36)

Heidi Pavek 5 0-2 12, Alex DeSmet 2 0-0 5, Jordan Bucholz 1 0-0 3, Haley Przymus 2 0-0 4, Morgan Citterman 3 2-2 8, Maranda Jerzak 2 0-0 4, Ciera Nelson 0 0-2 0. Totals 15 2-6 36. 3-pointers 4 (Pavek 2, DeSmet 1, Bucholz 1) Rebounds 26 (Citterman 6, Jerzak 6) Assists 8 (Pavek 4) Steals 10 (Pavek 3, Bucholz 3 Blocks 1 (Pavek) Turnovers 27.

Halftime Score: TMB 32, Lincoln HI 9.

Wabasso 68, Windom Area 38

Jumping out to a massive 39-8 halftime lead, the Wabasso girls' basketball team had no problems in its non-conference game against Windom Area Tuesday in Wabasso.

The Rabbits (20-2 overall) extended their win streak to 12 games with a commanding 68-38 victory.

Kimberly Frank led all scorers with 16 points and also had seven assists and eight of Wabasso's 24 steals. Chelsey Guetter chipped in a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds.

The Rabbits return to Tomahawk Conference play Friday with a home game against Minnesota Valley Lutheran.

Windom Area (38)

Kelsey Hanefeld 6 0-0 12, Rachel Sorensen 2 6-6 10, Meegan Hanson 1 1-1 3, Jasmine Carlson 3 0-0 6, Gina Hauge 2 2-2 6, Kori Quiring 0 1-2 1. Totals 14 10-11 38. 3-pointers 0 Total Fouls 13.

Wabasso (68)

Larissa Rohlik 2 0-0 6, Desi Kramer 2 0-0 4, Erin Liebl 1 0-0 2, Karlee Eichten 1 0-0 2, Kimberly Frank 7 2-5 16, Ellen Franta 4 2-2 10, Kacie Rothemeier 5 1-2 12, Chelsey Guetter 6 2-6 14, Morgan Frank 1 0-0 2. Totals 29 7-15 38. 3-pointers 3 Rebounds 36 (Guetter 10) Assists 21 (K. Frank 7) Steals 24 (K. Frank 8) Blocks 1 Total Fouls 9.

Halftime Score: Wabasso 39, Windom Area 8

Lakeview 50, RCW 47

With 30 seconds to go in the game Madi Nelson hit one of her two three-pointers in the game, giving Lakeview the tie with Renville County West before Corbyn Wee got a steal and a layup with 15 seconds left to give the Lakers the 50-47 win in Camden Conference action.

Wee led the Lakers (9-13 overall, 4-7 Camden) with 18 points, five steals and three assists. Allison Boerboom added 12 points and eight rebounds in the win.

Lakeview will be in action again on Friday when they travel to Prinsburg to face Central Minnesota Christian.

RCW (47)

Sadie Treml 7 1-1 17, Ricki Knutson 0 1-2 1, Morgan Zaske 1 1-2 3, Carina Zaske 1 0-0 2, Molly Elliot 2 4-4 8, Grace Robertson 4 0-1 10, Nora Kronlokken 2 0-0 4, Brittany Krogman 0 1-4 1, Stephanie Wersal 0 1-4 1. Totals 18 9-18 47. 3-pointers 2 (Treml 2) Rebounds 25 (Robertson 10) Assists 8 (Robertson 2, C. Zaske 2) Steals 8 (Treml 2, M. Zaske 2) Fouls 20.

Lakeview (50)

Sadie Stelter 2 3-5 7, Corbyn Wee 5 8-10 18, Brianna Hoffman 1 0-0 2, Madi Nelson 2 2-6 8, Katie Timm 1 1-2 4, Allison Boerboom 6 0-2 12. Totals 17 14-25 50. 3-pointers 2 (Nelson 2) Rebounds 23 (Boerboom 8, Hoffman 5) Assists 13 (Wee 3, Hoffman 3, Nelson 3) Steals 9 (Wee 5, Hoffman 3) Blocks 3 (Stelter 2) Fouls 19 Turnovers 22.

Halftime Score: Lakeview 29, RCW 22.

YME 35, LQPV 33

Kelly Anderson scored a game-high 16 points and pulled down seven rebounds to lead the Yellow Medicine East girls' basketball team to a 35-33 win over Lac qui Parle Valley Tuesday in a West Central Conference contest played in Madison.

The win was the Sting's second in a row, marking their first win streak of the season. It was also the first road win of the year and the first conference win for YME (6-16 overall, 1-12 WCC).

Chyanne Sand added six points and 10 rebounds for the Sting, who play host to Benson Friday.

YME (35)

Britanna Raddatz 1 0-0 2, Dani Aus 0 1-2 1, Kelly Anderson 5 6-8 16, Allison Carmany 1 3-4 5, Allie Zieske 1 0-0 2, Chyanna Sand 0 3-6 3, Cassie Struffert 2 2-4 6. Totals 10 15-24 35. 3-pointers 0 Rebounds 28 (Sand 10, Anderson 7) Assists 6 Steals 8 (Sand 3) Blocks 1 Turnovers 31 Total Fouls 16.

LQPV (33)

Morgan Croatt 2 0-0 4, Jennessa Gronholz 0 1-2 1, Kaitlyn Connor 6 0-1 12, Alysia Freetly 5 0-1 10, Jordan Halvorson 2 2-5 6. Totals 15 3-9 33. 3-pointers 0 Rebounds 19 Steals 12 Blocks 2 Turnovers 20 Total Fouls 15.

Halftime Score: YME 21, LQPV 15.

E/LB 42, Garretson 25

Elkton/Lake Benton held Garretson to just seven first-half points in a 42-25 victory in South Dakota girls' basketball action Tuesday night.

Gabby Kampmann had 12 points and six assists for the Lady Elks, who move to 5-13 overall. Mindee VanDyke added 13 points.

E/LB is back on the court Friday with a game against Arlington at Lake Benton.

Garretson3 7 18 25

E/LB12 23 30 42

E/LB (42)

Delsie Weise 0 1-2 1, Bobbie Huber 0 1-2 1, Heidi Stoltenburg 0 2-2 2, Gabby Kampmann 4 4-7 12, Elizabeth Hegerfeld 2 0-0 4, Morgan Carmody 1 0-0 2, Mindee VanDyke 5 2-2 13, Taylor Harming 0 0-2 0, Brooke Jaacks 2 3-4 7. Totals 14 13-21 42. 3-pointers 1 Rebounds 31 (Kelsey Kinner 8) Assists 12 (Kampmann 6) Steals 16 (Harming 4) Blocks 1.

Area wrestling

Canby goes 2-0 at home triangular

The Canby wrestling team swept its home triangular on Tuesday, defeating Quad County and Benson by scores of 42-24 and 57-18 respectively.

Quad County handed Benson its second loss of the night, winning 55-21.

Wyatt Johansen, Billy Deslauriers, John Deslauriers, Christian Full and Cole Regnier all recorded two wins for the Lancers (20-7 overall). Full and Regnier each pinned both of their opponents in the sweep.

Against Quad County Canby took advantage of nine wins, including five pins for the 42-24 win while against Benson they got one more win and two more pins.

Against Canby, Quad County scored two wins, including a pair of pins from Colten Specht and Brier Bossman.

When taking on Benson, Quad County (11-8) came away with pins from Victor Rivera, Aron Quinlantan, Brandon Bratsch, Brian Bratsch and Trey Cox.

Canby 42, Quad County 24

106-Wyatt Johansen (C) dec. Victor Rivera, 9-7

113-Colten Specht (QC) pinned Konnor King, 1:59

120-Trevor Fagen (QC) dec. Jack Citrowske, 8-3

126-Billy Deslauriers (C) pinned Aron Quinlantan, 4:20

132-Quentin Beiningen (C) pinned Zach Kluver, 5:50

138-Nick Stoks (C) dec. Dylan Johnson, 5-4

145-Wyatt Hatch (QC) pinned Brock Nothem, 3:24

152-Austin Campbell (C) dec. Brandon Bratsch, 5-4 OT

160-John Deslauriers (C) pinned Zach Fischer, 5:10

170-Christian Full (C) pinned Aaron Lalim, 2:39

182-Bryce Gorder (C) dec. Oscar Arce, 3-1

195-Cole Regnier (C) pinned Brian Bratsch, 1:10

220-Trey Cox (QC) dec. Adam Evenson, 8-4

Hwt-Brier Bossman (QC) pinned Gavin Benz, 0:57

Canby 57, Benson 18

106-Wyatt Johansen (C) pinned Ethan Lagge, 1:23

113-Konnor King (C) won by forfeit

120-Jack Citrowske (C) pinned Lane Geyer, 1:09

126-Billy Deslauriers (C) won by forfeit

132-Grant Ascheman (B) dec. Quentin Beiningen, 5-2

138-Ben Lunderbrek (B) pinned Brett Jelen, 4:56

145-Bryce Goff (B) dec. Levi Citrowske, 6-3

152-Hayden Goplen (C) pinned Brandon Gosson, 1:00

160-John Deslauriers (C) dec. Cody Hammerschmidt, 12-8

170-Michael Petersen (C) pinned Tyler Smith, 5:55

182-Christian Full (C) pinned Trevor Berreau, 0:50

195-Cole Regnier (C) pinned Kyle Wrobleski, 0:40

220-Adam Evenson (C) pinned Dakota Watkins, 1:32

Hwt-Tyler Jensen (B) won by forfeit

Quad County 55, Benson 21

106-Victor Rivera (QC) pinned Ethan Lagge, 0:53

113-Colten Specht (QC) won by forfeit

120-Aron Quinlantan (QC) pinned Lane Geyer, 3:19

126-Zach Kluver (QC) won by forfeit

132-Dylan Johnson (QC) won by forfeit

138-Ben Lundebreck (B) pinned Evan Suter, 5:14

145-Bryce Goff (B) dec. Wyatt Hatch, 10-4

152-Brandon Bratsch (QC) pinned Brandon Gosson, 1:05

160-Cody Hammerschmidt (B) pinned Zach Fischer, 5:09

170-Aaron Lalim (QC) maj. dec. Tyler Smith, 14-1)

182-Oscar Arce (QC) dec. Trevor Berreau, 6-5 OT

195- Brian Bratsch (QC) pinned Kyle Wrobleski, 0:33

220-Trey Cox (QC) pinned Dakota Watkins, 0:51

Hwt-Tyler Jensen (B) won by forfeit

Minneota 45, BOLD 21

The eighth-ranked Minneota wrestling team won its first seven bouts against BOLD, and cruised to a 45-21 victory in Olivia on Tuesday.

Alec Engler and Nicholas Esping scored pin falls for the Vikings at 132 and 138 respectively, while Cole Hennen's forfeit victory at 145 capped off the seven-win start for Minneota.

Justin Vankeulen and Isaac Josephson also picked up pins for the Vikings at 160 and 195 respectively, each coming in the third period.

The Warriors scored pin falls in the final two bouts of the dual, following a forfeit victory at 170 and Chaz Roush's 4-3 decision over grant Abraham at 152.

Minneota (14-4 overall) concludes its regular season on Thursday, as the Vikings travel to Granite Falls for a triangular with Pipestone and Quad County.

Minneota 45, BOLD 21

106-Brock Buysse (M) dec. Brady Zitzman, 6-4

113-Eric Hauswedell (M) dec. Drew Maher, 9-3

120-Landyn VanOverbeke (M) dec. Brett Grund, 2-0

126-Leo Buysse (M) dec. Zach Malecek, 6-0

132-Alec Engler (M) pinned Devin Garcia, 3:34

138-Nicholas Esping (M) pinned Derrick Lothert, 0:45

145-Cole Hennen (M) won by forfeit

152-Chaz Roush (B) dec. Grant Abraham, 4-3

160-Justin Vankeulen (M) pinned Ben Steffel, 5:23

170-Alex Hatch (B) won by forfeit

182-Nathan Bueltel (M) dec. Martin Minkel, 10-8

195-Isaac Josephson (M) pinned Joel Erickson, 4:21

220-Manuel Garcia (B) pinned Jameson Hettling, 5:17

Hwt-Trevor Nissen (B) pinned Doug Vankeulen, 0:59

Wabasso/RRC wrestlers go 3-0 at home quad

After opening their quadrangular in Lamberton with a 70-0 shellacking of Tracy-Milroy-Balaton/Westbrook-Walnut Grove, the Wabasso/Red Rock Central Bobcats picked up wins in two considerably closer duals on Tuesday.

The fourth-ranked Bobcats wrestled to a 31-27 win over Sibley East before completing the sweep with a 33-30 win over Windom/Mountain Lake Area.

Against TMB/WWG, nine of the Bobcats' 13 wins came by either fall or forfeit. The only bout they did not win was a double forfeit at 152. The Bobcats also scored two technical falls in the dual, while Josh Altermatt and Spencer Jenniges scored late to pick up a pair of narrow decisions at 126 and 120, respectively.

Both Sibley East and the Bobcats won an identical seven bouts in their dual, though two pins and a forfeit in favor of Wabasso/RRC spelled the difference.

The Bobcats won the first three bouts to take a 10-0 lead, but Sibley East stormed back with three straight wins of its own to take an 11-10 lead. It would be their last, however, as the Bobcats rattled off three more wins in a row including a forfeit and a fall to take a 25-11 lead. Jordan Schroepfer's pin of Nolan Osborne at 182 after one minute, seven seconds secured the victory for the Bobcats.

In their final dual of the night, Wabasso/RRC fell behind 15-5 after the first five bouts with the Windom/Mt. Lake Cobras. The Bobcats won five of the next six matches, including three consecutive pins from 160-pounds through 182, to take a 33-18 lead in the dual. The Cobras won the final three bouts, but two were by decision as the Bobcats held on for the 33-30 victory.

Wabasso/RRC improves to 24-0 on the season after the three wins on Tuesday and wrestles again Thursday against BOLD in Olivia to close out the regular season.

Wabasso/Red Rock Central 70, TMB/WWG 0

106-Mitchell Fulton (W) pinned Daulton Carlson, 0:53

113-Justin Frank (W) pinned Nester Perez, 3:20

120-Spencer Jenniges (W) dec. Logan Axford, 5-4

126-Josh Altermatt (W) dec. Caleb Christian, 4-3

132-Derek Christians (W) tech. fall Kyle Gilbertson, 18-3

138-TJ Fulton (W) won by forfeit

145-Dominic Ourada (W) pinned Sterling Schwartz, 1:45

152-double forfeit

160-Tanner Rohlik (W) pinned Brennan Cooley, 2:41

170-Blake Altermatt (W) tech. fall Tanner Michelson, 15-0

182-Brady Bierl (W) pinned Cole Olson, 0:24

195-Jordan Schroepfer (W) pinned Jake Peterson, 0:31

220-Brian Hagberg (W) pinned Brandon Balsavage, 1:25

Hwt-Alex Schroepfer won by forfeit

Wabasso/RRC 31, Sibley East 27

106-M. Fulton (W) dec. Tanner Pasvogel, 9-5

113-Frank (W) dec. Mitch Heibel, 10-8

120-Jenniges (W) maj. dec. Nathan Thomas, 12-4

126-Jason Meyer (S) dec. J. Altermatt

132-Austin Brockhoff (S) dec. Christians, 1-0

138-Hunter Retzlaff (S) tech. fall Caleb Kemp, 18-2

145-TJ Fulton (W) won by forfeit

152-Mitchell Schroepfer (W) dec. Jake Wentzlaff, 8-2

160-Rohlik (W) pinned Austin Kube, 2:59

170-Aaron Bates (S) dec. B. Altermatt, 4-2

182-J. Schroepfer (W) pinned Nolan Osborne, 1:07

195-Nathan Rose (S) maj. dec. Bierl, 19-7

220-Jeremiah DuFrane (S) dec. Hagberg, 4-2

Hwt-Clay Mogard (S) won by forfeit

Wabasso/RRC 33, Windom/Mt. Lake 30

106-Wyatt Stevens (WM) maj. dec. M. Fulton, 10-2

113-Joe Fischenich (WM) tech. fall Frank, 18-3

120-Jenniges (WR) tech. fall Hunter Quiring, 19-4

126-Jared Willaby (WM) dec. J. Altermatt, 6-1

132-Jacob Suess (WM) dec. Kemp, 3-0

138-Christians (WR) maj. dec. Luis Ramirez, 9-0

145-TJ Fulton (WR) pinned Clay Hockel, 0:44

152-Ben Matter (WM) dec. Ourada, 6-1

160-Rohlik (WR) pinned Andrew Larson, 1:57

170-B. Altermatt (WR) pinned Gavin Mutz, 0:40

182-Bierl (WR) pinned Jake Junker, 1:11

195-Vince Johnson (WM) dec. J. Schroepfer, 1-0

220-Aaron Flatgard (WM) dec. Hagberg, 6-5

Hwt-Neil Litfin (WM) won by forfeit

 
 

 

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