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  Austin May of Zimmerman protected his state No. 1 ranking by capturing the 182-pound championship at the huge Big Bear Tournament at Cass Lake-Bena on Friday and Saturday. May, defending state Class 2A champion, won the title match 7-2 over Cooper Jedlicka of Blackduck/Cass Lake-Bena in the f...Read More
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by Bruce Strand, Sports Editor Jordan Lemcke never wrestled until ninth grade, but he has made up for lost time rapidly. Also a football lineman, Lemcke joined the matmen in part because he was a fan of Mixed Martial Arts, and in part because wrestling assistants who also coach freshman football urg...Read More
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The Elk River wrestlers picked up two non-conference victories, 37-33 over Monticello and 39-30 over Princeton, in a triangular at Monticello. Against Monticello, the Elks got pins by Garrett Caldon, Cole Moening, Sam Gibas, Casey Schiltz and Brendan Simmonds, along with a decisions by Anthony Meist...Read More
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The Rogers wrestlers beat longtime nemesis Monticello 36-29, winning the last three matches to pull it out, on Thursday evening. “Our record was 0-10 against them, and they haven’t been very close losses either,” said coach Chris Donnay. “We wrestled really well as a team....Read More
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The Zimmerman wrestlers lost a conference match to Albany 33-31 on Tuesday evening, dropping to 0-2 in duals. The Thunder will wrestle at a Cass Lake-Bena tournament Friday and Saturday. Albany 33, Zimmerman 31 106—Nick Merta, Zim, won forfeit 113—Evan Carr, Zim, won forfeit 120—Lucas Womack, ...Read More
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Four pins by Rogers helped the Royals keep their match close as they lost to Champlin Park 37-33 on Thursday evening. The Rebels won eight matches and Rogers (1-3) won five plus one default win. Rogers had four starters missing with various ailments, one more than in previous meets. Coach Chris Donn...Read More
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The Big Lake Hornets handed the Rogers Royals a 52-12 loss on Thursday evening, notching four pins. “Things did not go too well,” said Rogers coach Chris Donnay. “We were tied at 106 going into the third period and got pinned and it just seemed to go downhill from there. We just c...Read More
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The Spectrum wrestlers beat Brooklyn Center/Concordia Academy 41-36 on Thursday evening in Brooklyn Center. Winning for the Sting (3-2) were Conner Sharp, Esteban Teigen, Ryan Killeen, Austin Ogren, Noah Rogers, Andrew Schwecke, and Shane Herrlin.   Spectrum 41, BCCA 36 106—Juan Morales, B, d...Read More
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