HURON — A short-handed Yankton team placed ninth in the 11-team Huron Invitational wrestling tournament on Saturday.

Competing with just seven counting wrestlers (and one unattached wrestler), the Bucks took home five medals, including another title from 138-pounder Carlos Ruffo. The sophomore topped Bon Homme-Scotland’s Kaleb Crownover 5-1 to improve to 25-0 on the season.

Giovanni Ruffo (120) and Owen Warren (170) also wrestled in finals for the Bucks. Heavyweight Trevor Ellis placed third, and 126-pounder Taten Bahm finished sixth.

Winner claimed the team title with 206.5 points, led by champions Jack Kruger (113), Atlas Willuweit (120) and Sam Kruger (145). Aberdeen Central was a distant second with 173 points, followed by Mitchell (142.5) and Clark-Willow Lake (121).

Beresford-Alcester-Hudson finished seventh with 99 points, led by champion Nick Casperson, who improved to 32-0 with his 220-pound title. Also for B-AH, Logan Serck (126) and Trevor Stene (145) were third; Jovey Christensen (113), Izaak Reed (120) and Wyatt Knudson (152) were fourth; and Ethan Reed (170) and Zaine Wagner (285) each placed sixth.

Bon Homme-Scotland-Avon finished eighth with 97 points, led by Kaleb Crownover’s runner-up finish. Also for BHSA, Dom Pechous (152) placed third; Jacob Denton (126), Zach Johnson (145), Jordan Gall (182) and Micah DeBoer (285) each placed fifth; and Riley Hellman (132) placed sixth.

Teams now begin preparations for region competition. The Region 2A Tournament, which includes Yankton, Beresford-Alcester-Hudson, Vermillion and Dakota Valley, will be held Friday at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls. Competition begins at 1 p.m.

Also remaining undefeated on the season was Clark-Willow Lake’s Caleb Orris (38-0) at 170 pounds.

TEAM SCORES: Winner 206.5, Aberdeen Central 173, Mitchell 142.5, Clark-Willow Lake 121, Huron 114, Milbank 107, Beresford-Alcester-Hudson 99, Bon Homme-Scotland-Avon 97, Yankton 93, Webster 73, Wolsey-Wessington 29

106 — 1st, Brenden Salfrank, Aberdeen Central dec. Eli Fischer, Milbank 7-4; 3rd, Kaden Keiser, Winner tech. fall Issac Crownover, Bon Homme-Scotland-Avon (3:28) 19-2; 5th, Brock Sparks, Mitchell dec. Cael Larson, Webster 6-2

113 — 1st, Jack Kruger, Winner pin. Barrett Schneck, Milbank 1:45; 3rd, Riley Orel, Winner dec. Jovey Christensen, Beresford-Alcester-Hudson 7-3; 5th, Ethan Allen, Aberdeen Central pin. Lucas Kannegieter, Clark-Willow Lake 2:48

120 — 1st, Atlas Willuweit, Winner dec. Giovanni Ruffo, Yankton 10-7; 3rd, Kyler Bauder, Mitchell pin. Izaak Reed, Beresford-Alcester-Hudson 1:54; 5th, Kaden Krause, Milbank dec. Hunter Rucktaeschel, Webster 11-4

126 — 1st, Jacob Moore, Aberdeen Central dec. Wyatt Turnquist, Winner 7-4; 3rd, Logan Serck, Beresford-Alcester-Hudson dec. Ryan McGinnis, Mitchell 7-4; 5th, Jacob Denton, Bon Homme-Scotland-Avon pin. Taten Bahm, Yankton 1:43

132 — 1st, Tate Haider, Wolsey-Wessington dec. Daynon Huber, Huron 6-5; 3rd, Gage Burke, Clark-Willow Lake by forfeit over Aaron Gilchrist, Winner; 5th, Logan Sparks, Mitchell pin. Riley Hellmann, Bon Homme-Scotland-Avon 2:26

138 — 1st, Carlos Ruffo, Yankton dec. Kaleb Crownover, Bon Homme-Scotland-Avon 5-1; 3rd, Josh Weisbrod, Clark-Willow Lake dec. Trevor Peters, Winner 7-3; 5th, Chipper Shillingstad, Huron by match forfeit over Cole Gehrke, Mitchell

145 — 1st, Sam Kruger, Winner pin. Austin Cihak, Aberdeen Central 0:40; 3rd, Trevor Stene, Beresford-Alcester-Hudson dec. Sutton Carpenter, Mitchell 5-1; 5th, Zach Johnson, Bon Homme-Scotland-Avon by match forfeit over Zach Mulder, Clark-Willow Lake

152 — 1st, TahJae Jenkins Harris, Huron dec. Will Jarrott, Aberdeen Central 5-3; 3rd, Dom Pechous, Bon Homme-Scotland-Avon pin. Wyatt Knudson, Beresford-Alcester-Hudson 1:42; 5th, Toby Schneck, Milbank dec. Blake Fredericks, Mitchell 7-4

160 — 1st, Briggs Havlik, Mitchell dec. Collin Haar, Aberdeen Central 3-2, TB-1; 3rd, Alec Bien, Milbank dec. Landon Werdel, Clark-Willow Lake 4-2; 5th, Matthew Katz, Huron maj. dec. Preston Norrid, Winner 9-0

170 — 1st, Caleb Orris, Clark-Willow Lake maj. dec. Owen Warren, Yankton 10-2; 3rd, Brodie Holtquist, Milbank pin. Riggin Shippy, Winner 4:28; 5th, Max Schoenfelder, Mitchell pin. Ethan Reed, Beresford-Alcester-Hudson 3:59

182 — 1st, Wyatt Larsen, Huron pin. Isaac Fischer, Milbank 4:44; 3rd, Joey Hubsch, Webster maj. dec. Landon Debus, Winner 12-3; 5th, Jordan Gall, Bon Homme-Scotland-Avon pin. Asher Kraft, Winner 2:17

195 — 1st, Carson Max, Mitchell dec. Wyatt Burke, Clark-Willow Lake 3-2; 3rd, Tristen Bent, Webster dec. Noah Fullmer, Aberdeen Central 7-4; 5th, Achilles Willuweit, Winner by injury default over Gabriel Rieger, Huron

220 — 1st, Nick Casperson, Beresford-Alcester-Hudson pin. Zack Siemonsma, Huron 2:37; 3rd, Calob Jones, Aberdeen Central dec. Elijah Blare, Winner; 5th, Henry Eichstadt, Wolsey-Wessington by default

285 — 1st, Kaden Johnson, Aberdeen Central pin. Chase Sigdestad, Webster 0:36; 3rd, Trevor Ellis, Yankton pin. Riley Schmidt, Clark-Willow Lake 2:07; 5th, Micah DeBoer, Bon Homme-Scotland-Avon by disqualification over Zaine Wagner, Beresford-Alcester-Hudson

Neb. Districts

District C-1

MALCOLM, Neb. — Crofton-Bloomfield qualified four wrestlers — all seniors with over 100 career victories — with their finishes in the District C-1 Tournament, which concluded on Saturday in Malcolm.

Crofton-Bloomfield finished with 89 points, led by 170-pound champion Quinten Moles. Also for the squad, Ethan Poppe (182) placed second, and Reece McFarland (132) and Jaden Janssen (152) each finished third

David City earned top honors with 199.5 points, well ahead of Central City (134).

Pierce 132-pounder Cody Yawn (40-0) and David City 145-pounder Melvin Hernandez (21-0) will take undefeated wrestlers to state.

TEAM SCORES: David City 199.5, Central City 134, South Central 121, Louisville 105, Sutton 103, Malcolm 100, Pierce 91, Crofton-Bloomfield 89, Conestoga 74, Lincoln Christian 59.5, Madison 57, Nebraska Christian 41, Yutan 40, Htrs 36, Shelby-Rising City 30, Lincoln Lutheran 23.5

106 — 1st, Dyson Kunz, Central City dec. Ryan Zoucha, Malcolm 6-2; 3rd, Tobey Turman, South Central pin. Dawson Hardesty, Conestoga 0:49

113 — 1st, Seth Styskal, David City pin. Rodney McDonald, South Central 2:55; 3rd, Wyatt Schmit, Htrs dec. Braden Ruffner, Conestoga 4-1

120 — 1st, Lee Carlson, Sutton dec. Clayton Harris, David City 6-4; 3rd, Tanner Schneiderheinz, Central City dec. Cameron Williams, Conestoga 3-2

126 — 1st, Koby Brandenburg, Central City dec. Noah Styskal, David City 3-2; 3rd, Joseph Hinrichs, Sutton dec. Chase DeVries, South Central 4-0

132 — 1st, Cody Yawn, Pierce tech. fall Jacson Valentine, David City (5:41) 23-8; 3rd, Reece McFarland, Crofton-Bloomfield pin. Elijah Green, Nebraska Christian 0:27

138 — 1st, Justin White, David City pin. Dawson Hogue, Conestoga 1:29; 3rd, Mason Schleis, Shelby-Rising City dec. Sam Moore, Central City 12-8

145 — 1st, Melvin Hernandez, David City maj. dec. Sebastian Montenegro, Madison 19-8; 3rd, Brett Tinker, Pierce pin. Jared Gallion, Central City 2:22

152 — 1st, Spencer Warner, Louisville dec. Chandler Stone, Sutton 9-7; 3rd, Jaden Janssen, Crofton-Bloomfield dec. Dylan Vodicka, David City 4-0

160 — 1st, Dylan Jones, Louisville dec. Tucker Schneiderheinz, Central City 8-5; 3rd, Dylan Zoucha, Malcolm pin. James Griess, Sutton 3:56

170 — 1st, Quinten Moles, Crofton-Bloomfield dec. Greg Flack, Malcolm 5-4; 3rd, Calvin Caneva, Lincoln Christian by forfeit over Carl Mundt, Nebraska Christian

182 — 1st, Haydn Deinert, Malcolm dec. Ethan Poppe, Crofton-Bloomfield 5-3; 3rd, Andrew Feely, Nebraska Christian pin. Cole Egr, Yutan 2:10

195 — 1st, Logan Schluckebier, Lincoln Christian pin. Ryder Fuchs, Pierce 5:35; 3rd, Kaleb Kramer, Louisville pin. Colt Rademacher, South Central 2:29

220 — 1st, Matthew Eilers, David City by injury default over Noah Carlson, Central City; 3rd, Dylan Giles, Conestoga pin. Kolby Johnson, Madison 2:24

285 — 1st, Hunter Rempe, South Central pin. Noah Shumaker, Louisville 2:28; 3rd, Lucas Powels, Yutan by injury default over Kaje Faulks, Htrs

District C-3

NORTH BEND, Neb. — Seven area wrestlers — three from Wakefield-Allen and two each from Ponca and Laurel-Concord-Coleridge — earned state tournament bids with their efforts in the District C-3 Tournament, which concluded on Saturday in North Bend.

Wakefield-Allen was the top area finisher, scoring 74 points, led by a runner-up finish from Cesar Sandoval at 120 pounds. Isaac Verzani (145) and Julio Sanchez (220) each earned third place finishes for the program.

Laurel-Concord-Coleridge competed only four wrestlers in the district tournament, but send two of them to state: Ethan Williams after a runner-up finish at 220 and Zach Dietrich after a runner-up finish at heavyweight.

Ponca also qualified two wrestlers: Michael Hegge, third at 195 pounds, and Walter Messerlie, fourth at 160 pounds.

Arlington Edged Logan View by three points, 166 to 163, for top honors. Host North Bend Central was third at 146.5 points.

Syracuse heavyweight Caleb Lefferdink will take an undefeated record to state, 38-0.

TEAM SCORES: Arlington 166, Logan View 163, North Bend Central 146.5, Syracuse 102, Wood River 100, Gibbon 95.5, Tekamah-Herman 89, Wakefield-Allen 74, Superior 57.5, Cross County-Osceola 53, Doniphan-Trumbull 51, Bishop Neumann 47, Ponca 45, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge 27, Wisner-Pilger 21, Winnebago 20

106 — 1st, Hunter Gilmore, Arlington dec. Dru Mueller, Logan View 6-1; 3rd, Carson Thompson, Wood River dec. Spencer Bridgmon, Syracuse 8-5

113 — 1st, Luis Hernandez-Jimenez, Logan View tech. fall Drake Belville, Doniphan-Trumbull (4:19) 17-2; 3rd, Mason Witt, North Bend Central dec. Trevor Cooley, Arlington 6-4

120 — 1st, Brandon Schram, Tekamah-Herman dec. Cesar Sandoval, Wakefield-Allen 4-1; 3rd, Usama Erickson, Superior dec. Martin Valencia, Logan View 12-5

126 — 1st, Austen Spike, Doniphan-Trumbull dec. Cristian Carranza, Cross County-Osceola 5-1; 3rd, Lane Brown, Gibbon pin. Hunter McNulty, Logan View 4:13

132 — 1st, Josh Miller, Arlington dec. Chase Smith, Gibbon 2-1; 3rd, Beau Kaup, Logan View dec. Bryce Reed, Cross County-Osceola 7-2

138 — 1st, Max Hughes, Syracuse dec. Evan Waddington, Wood River 4-2; 3rd, Brandon Wardman, North Bend Central pin. Blake Grefe, Arlington 2:26

145 — 1st, Jacob Ray, North Bend Central dec. Talon Mues, Arlington 9-6; 3rd, Isaac Verzani, Wakefield-Allen dec. Chase Morris, Superior 5-4

152 — 1st, Jacob Tracy, Gibbon maj. dec. Nolan Miller, Logan View 8-0; 3rd, Trent Tietjen, Superior dec. Camden Thompson, Wood River 4-2

160 — 1st, Zachary Borer, North Bend Central pin. Blake Moore, Tekamah-Herman 1:51; 3rd, Kobe Wilkins, Arlington pin. Walter Messerlie, Ponca 3:26

170 — 1st, Joel Hines, North Bend Central dec. Brady Hull, Logan View 5-0; 3rd, Max Hansen, Tekamah-Herman pin. Clayton Koch, Arlington 2:20

182 — 1st, Dalton Mueller, North Bend Central tech. fall Luke Fairbanks, Bishop Neumann (4:00) 18-2; 3rd, Nate Snyder, Syracuse pin. Eric French, Logan View 6:42

195 — 1st, Remington Gay, Arlington dec. Wyatt Kee, Gibbon 9-8; 3rd, Michael Hegge, Ponca pin. Derek Conety, Tekamah-Herman 1:07

220 — 1st, Diego Guerrero, Wood River dec. Ethan Williams, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge 9-3; 3rd, Julio Sanchez, Wakefield-Allen dec. Landon Beaver, Wisner-Pilger 5-2

285 — 1st, Caleb Lefferdink, Syracuse pin. Derrell Zagurski, Winnebago 0:36; 3rd, Alex Miller, Logan View pin. Zach Dietrich, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge 3:21

District B-3

FORT CALHOUN, Neb. — Hartington Cedar Catholic qualified two wrestlers for state at the District B-3 Tournament, which concluded on Saturday in Fort Calhoun.

Turner Korth placed third at 145 pounds and Ethan Koch finished fourth at 152 pounds for Cedar Catholic, each earning a trip to Omaha for state, which begins on Thursday.

Blair beat out Wahoo for top honors, 201.5 to 176.5. Fairbury was third at 148 points.

Blair 113-pounder Jackson Nielsen (40-0), Nebraska City 160-pounder Rhett Trail (30-0) and Wahoo 195-pounder Sam Kolterman (43-0) will enter state unbeaten.

TEAM SCORES: Blair 201.5, Wahoo 176.5, Fairbury 148, Wayne 119, Norris 117, Nebraska City 98, Auburn 79, Mount Michael Benedictine 67, Fort Calhoun 53.5, West Point-Beemer 47, Hartington Cedar Catholic 42, Platteview 32

106 — 1st, Jalen Maher, Auburn dec. Reid Stracke, Nebraska City 3-1; 3rd, Luke Bailey, Blair dec. Liam Bova, Mount Michael Benedictine 8-3

113 — 1st, Jackson Nielsen, Blair dec. Tyler Curtis, Fort Calhoun 14-7; 3rd, Nick DeMonte, Platteview  by forfeit over Tommy Whitaker, Mount Michael Benedictine

120 — 1st, Hank Frost, Blair dec. Jarrett Cline, Mount Michael Benedictine 5-0; 3rd, Carson York, Fairbury pin. Logan Knobbe, West Point-Beemer 2:26

126 — 1st, Walker Moore, Blair maj. dec. Cameron Muhs, Wayne 13-3; 3rd, Clayton Williams, Norris dec. Garrett Johnson, Platteview 1-0

132 — 1st, Juan Vergara, Wayne dec. Austin Barnts, Fairbury 10-4; 3rd, Zach Orton, Blair pin. Jose Salazar, West Point-Beemer 3:31

138 — 1st, Logan Slater, Fairbury dec. Hunter McClain, Blair 7-1; 3rd, Ray Loftis, West Point-Beemer dec. Peyten Walling, Wahoo 6-5

145 — 1st, Jordan Moyer, Nebraska City dec. Kole Ligouri, Auburn 5-3; 3rd, Turner Korth, Hartington Cedar Catholic pin. Liam Landauer, Blair 3:36

152 — 1st, Matthew Harvey, Norris dec. Josh Nuckolls, Wahoo 8-6, OT; 3rd, Humberto Almanza, Blair dec. Ethan Koch, Hartington Cedar Catholic 6-2

160 — 1st, Rhett Trail, Nebraska City dec. Zane Bennett, Wahoo 6-1; 3rd, Zachary Serna, Norris pin. Berto Vergara, Wayne 2:12

170 — 1st, Dalton Lewis, Blair dec. Ace York, Fairbury 11-9; 3rd, Tucker Hancock, Wahoo pin. Tyler Pester, Norris 3:36

182 — 1st, Seth Firmanik, Fairbury by injury default over Gavin Eason, Norris; 3rd, Kole Bordovsky, Wahoo by forfeit over Ronnie Albertson, Fort Calhoun

195 — 1st, Sam Kolterman, Wahoo pin. Zach Reikofski, Fairbury 1:55; 3rd, Trevor Rutcosky, Blair dec. Dylan Meyer, Norris 7-2

220 — 1st, Jack Sutton, Wahoo pin. Joe Garcia, Fort Calhoun; 3rd, Hunter Jorgensen, Wayne pin. John Kerwood, Fairbury 0:53

285 — 1st, Mike Leatherdale, Wayne pin. Robert Liles, Auburn 4:45; 3rd, Brandon Swahn, Wahoo pin. Trent Grizzle, Fairbury 1:46

District D-2

OAKLAND, Neb. — Creighton qualified three wrestlers for state with their efforts in the District D-2 Tournament, which concluded on Saturday at Oakland-Craig High School.

Levi Stacken led Creighton with a runner-up finish at 195 pounds. Derek Wortman (138) and J.D. Kuhlman (160) each placed fourth for the Bulldogs, who scored 65.5 points on the day.

Niobrara-Verdigre scored seven points, but did not qualify a wrestler for state.

Elkhorn Valley claimed top honors, 162 to 140 over Tri County.

High Plains Community 106-pounder Logan Russell (47-0) will take an undefeated record to state.

TEAM SCORES: Elkhorn Valley 162, Tri County 140, Cambridge 124, Amherst 115, Palmer 111.5, Oakland-Craig 110, Archbishop Bergan 88.5, Thayer Central 80, High Plains Community 77, Creighton 65.5, Clearwater-Orchard 57, Clarkson-Leigh 47, Twin Loup 46, Scribner-Snyder 21, Elgin Public-Pope John 20, Southern 19, Osmond 17, Brld 11, Niobrara-Verdigre 7, Lutheran High Northeast 0

106 — 1st, Logan Russell, High Plains Community pin. Hunter Bennett, Elkhorn Valley 5:27; 3rd, Trenton Arlt, Oakland-Craig dec. Garett Jensen, Palmer 9-7

113 — 1st, Zach Hamilton, Archbishop Bergan maj. dec. Preston Acton, Southern 8-0; 3rd, Adam Miller, Elkhorn Valley dec. Drew Garrison, Tri County 7-0

120 — 1st, Dillon Stewart, Elkhorn Valley dec. Ruger Reimers, Palmer 5-2; 3rd, Isaiah Shields, Amherst pin. Clay Church, High Plains Community 4:39

126 — 1st, Keegan Casey, Thayer Central pin. Ethan Paxton, Tri County 1:26; 3rd, Zack Miller-Sickels, Cambridge pin. Logan Henn, Elgin Public-Pope John 0:32

132 — 1st, Dylan Swenson, Oakland-Craig maj. dec. Damian Stewart, Thayer Central 15-1; 3rd, Derek Gurnsey, Clarkson-Leigh pin. Peter Spilker, Tri County 2:56

138 — 1st, Darren Stewart, Elkhorn Valley dec. Jefferson McNeill, Oakland-Craig 9-5; 3rd, Jacob Johnson, Archbishop Bergan dec. Derek Wortman, Creighton 9-5

145 — 1st, Joshua McFarland, Elkhorn Valley dec. Colby Coons, Twin Loup 9-4; 3rd, Samuel Florell, Amherst dec. Josh McMillen, Scribner-Snyder 5-3

152 — 1st, Connor Donscheski, Palmer maj. dec. Dylan Soule, High Plains Community 9-1; 3rd, Jackson Feulner, Thayer Central pin. Payten Bottorf, Twin Loup 3:28

160 — 1st, Spencer Wichmann, Palmer pin. Trace Baasch, Amherst 1:09; 3rd, Tim Zimmerman, Clarkson-Leigh pin. JD Kuhlman, Creighton 3:57

170 — 1st, Brock Schaecher, Elkhorn Valley dec. Ethan Villwok, Archbishop Bergan 12-7; 3rd, Timothy Markvicka, High Plains Community tech. fall Brandon Beeson, Tri County (4:25) 15-0

182 — 1st, Matthew Pearson, Cambridge dec. Shawn Klientobe, Elkhorn Valley 13-6; 3rd, Clay Thiele, Clearwater-Orchard pin. Justin Kuta, Palmer 2:19

195 — 1st, Cooper Smith, Tri County dec. Levi Stacken, Creighton 8-5; 3rd, Drew Bogard, Amherst dec. Peyton Cone, Archbishop Bergan 17-13

220 — 1st, Seth Andrews, Cambridge maj. dec. Chase Barnts, Tri County 14-2; 3rd, Eli Simonson, Archbishop Bergan pin. Donaven Nolze, Clearwater-Orchard 3:46

285 — 1st, Tyler Schultz, Cambridge dec. Justyn Hale, Oakland-Craig 3-1, OT; 3rd, Tommie Peed, Clearwater-Orchard pin. Seth Totten, Brld 1:25

District D-1

WEEPING WATER, Neb. — The Randolph Cardinals will take three of their four wrestlers to state after a strong showing at the District D-1 Tournament, which concluded on Saturday in Weeping Water.

The Cardinals scored 53 points, led by 145-pound champion Brandon Bloomquist. Alex Schmit earned a runner-up finish at 138 pounds. Heavyweight Dalton Rath was fourth for Randolph.

Burwell ran away with team honors, 202 to 110 over Neligh-Oakdale.

Burwell 152-pounder Bode Jensen (36-0) and Overton 220-pounder Schuyler Brown (24-0) will take undefeated records into state.

TEAM SCORES: Burwell 202, Neligh-Oakdale 110, Plainview 101, Weeping Water 93, Southwest 90.5, Ansley-Litchfield 84, Winside 82, Franklin 66, West Holt 66, Howells-Dodge 64.5, Twin River 59.5, Randolph 53, Overton 42, Guardian Angels Central Catholic 36.5, Arapahoe 32.5, Meridian 30, Friend 24, Palmyra 24, Cedar Bluffs 0, Dorchester 0

106 — 1st, Brock Kester, Neligh-Oakdale dec. Eli Lanham, Plainview 5-2; 3rd, Colten Dawe, Burwell pin. Lane Barton, Meridian 1:41

113 — 1st, Koby Ellis, Winside dec. Cameron Wilkinson, Neligh-Oakdale 6-4; 3rd, Tate Phillipps, Burwell maj. dec. Trevor Jedlicka, Howells-Dodge 14-2

120 — 1st, Nate Christensen, Plainview maj. dec. Carter Jensen, Winside 10-0; 3rd, Jaxson Jones, Twin River dec. Tyler Kapperman, Arapahoe 4-0

126 — 1st, Coy Gideon, Burwell dec. Kaden Guerrero, Southwest 8-6; 3rd, Garrett Neumeister, Weeping Water pin. Caleb Payne, Neligh-Oakdale 4:38

132 — 1st, Joel Ostrom, Burwell dec. Andrew Herley, Neligh-Oakdale 5-0; 3rd, Trent Steinkraus, Plainview pin. Kelen Meyer, Franklin 5:10

138 — 1st, Michael Stackpole, Weeping Water dec. Alex Schmit, Randolph 7-2; 3rd, Blake Racicky, Ansley-Litchfield dec. Cole Laible, West Holt 2-0

145 — 1st, Brandon Bloomquist, Randolph pin. Hunter Arehart, Ansley-Litchfield 0:52; 3rd, Jadyn Smeal, Guardian Angels Central Catholic dec. Jace Ostrom, Burwell 5-1

152 — 1st, Bode Jensen, Burwell pin. Toby Scheuneman, Franklin 3:22; 3rd, Austin Smith, West Holt dec. Andrew Nelson, Plainview 11-5

160 — 1st, Miles Kulhanek, Howells-Dodge tech. fall Jayden Schroder, Twin River (6:00) 19-3; 3rd, Corey Dawe, Burwell dec. Dominic Bolling, Plainview 1-0

170 — 1st, Edwen Baptista, Friend dec. Kaleb Pofahl, Neligh-Oakdale 11-4; 3rd, Dylan Horejsi, Howells-Dodge dec. Collin Gale, Plainview 3-2

182 — 1st, Ryan Dawe, Burwell dec. Chase Haussermann, Franklin 9-2; 3rd, Michael Jensen, Winside dec. Micah Noel, Meridian 6-5

195 — 1st, Seth Racicky, Ansley-Litchfield dec. Cody Downey, Southwest 6-1; 3rd, Jaden Rahn, Guardian Angels Central Catholic maj. dec. Riley Dillon, Palmyra 16-3

220 — 1st, Schuyler Brown, Overton pin. Anthony Starr, Southwest 2:41; 3rd, Jonathan Escalante, Winside pin. Jaden Jung, Palmyra 2:55

285 — 1st, Thomas Hughes, Burwell pin. Jade Buss, West Holt 2:49; 3rd, Marcus Cave, Weeping Water pin. Dalton Rath, Randolph 2:07

Other Events

Holland Inv.

HOWARD — Canton rolled to team honors in the Holland Invitational wrestling tournament, held on Saturday in Howard.

The victorious C-Hawks rolled up 255 points, led by champions Braden Sehr (106), Seth Peterson (120), Kellyn March (126), Jaden Dominisse (138), Shaeden Scheidt (160), Kyle Laubach (170) and Payton Smith (285). Howard was a distant second at 167 points, led by champions Kieffer Klinkhammer (113), Aidyn Feldhaus (182), E.J. Leetch (195) and Evan Kizer (220).

Parker was third with 106 points, led by runner-up finishes from Mace Plucker (132) and Grant Plucker (138). Marion-Freeman had 50 points, with Ethan Ortman (120) earning a runner-up finish.

TEAM SCORES: Canton 255, Howard 167, Parker 106, Faulkton 83.5, Groton 65, Stanley County 62.5, Potter County 60, Marion-Freeman 50, Mt. Vernon-Plankinton-Corsica-Stickney 35, Deuel 28, Andes Central-Dakota Christian 0, Hamlin 0

106 — 1st, Braden Sehr, Canton dec. Lane Miller, Howard 9-8; 3rd, Riley Genzlinger, Howard pin. Gage Martinmaas, Faulkton 0:35

113 — 1st, Kieffer Klinkhammer, Howard dec. Braxton Trowbridge, Canton 5-4; 3rd, Parker Geditz, Faulkton by forfeit

120 — 1st, Seth Peterson, Canton pin. Ethan Ortman, Marion-Freeman 1:14; 3rd, Issac McDugle, Parker pin. Carter Rager, Canton 4:41

126 — 1st, Kellyn March, Canton by injury default over Luke Heninger, Stanley County; 3rd, Carter Calmus, Howard pin. Kaleb Buseman, Parker 1:36

132 — 1st, JD Carter, Stanley County dec. Mace Plucker, Parker 3-2; 3rd, Daniel Cremer, Marion-Freeman dec. Jake Cline, Canton 3-1

138 — 1st, Jaden Dominisse, Canton dec. Grant Plucker, Parker 4-2; 3rd, Dalton Bodewitz, Marion-Freeman dec. Hunter Pranger, Mt. Vernon-Plankinton-Corsica-Stickney 10-5

145 — 1st, Joey Wheeler, Potter County dec. Kaden Laubach, Canton 7-4; 3rd, Zach Pardy, Howard dec. Travis Leber, Parker 2-1

152 — 1st, Alex Aesoph, Faulkton dec. Scott Peterson, Canton 3-2; 3rd, Isaac Feldhaus, Howard dec. Chayce Rausch, Potter County 3-0

160 — 1st, Shaeden Scheidt, Canton pin. Thomas Baker, Mt. Vernon-Plankinton-Corsica-Stickney 3:27; 3rd, Gannon Martinmaas, Faulkton dec. Tanner Even, Parker 7-2

170 — 1st, Kyle Laubach, Canton dec. Gage Carter, Faulkton 3-2; 3rd, Blake Eldeen, Parker pin. Thomas Cranford, Groton 2:58

182 — 1st, Aidyn Feldhaus, Howard pin. Cullen Rutten, Canton 3:00; 3rd, Zam Centeno, Parker pin. Clayton Smith, Marion-Freeman 1:59

195 — 1st, EJ Leetch, Howard pin. Adrian Knutson, Groton 0:09; 3rd, Jacob Dold, Howard by forfeit

220 — 1st, Evan Kizer, Howard pin. Wyatt Locke, Groton 2:31; 3rd, Preston Worth, Potter County dec. Marshall Baldwin, Canton 1-0

285 — 1st, Payton Smith, Canton dec. Brandyn Anderson, Groton 7-6; 3rd, Gabe VanWormer, Deuel pin. Ben Lasley, Canton 2:11


SDSU 24, West Virginia 9

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Senior 174-pounder David Kocer won his 100th career match and the South Dakota State University wrestling team set a school record with its 13th consecutive dual victory, defeating West Virginia, 24-9, Sunday afternoon at WVU Coliseum.

The 12th-ranked Jackrabbits improved to 13-2 overall and remained unbeaten in Big 12 Conference duals with a 7-0 mark. West Virginia fell to 5-6 overall and 4-4 against Big 12 opponents.

A Wagner native, Kocer started a streak of four consecutive Jackrabbit victories to close out the match. Leading 11-9 on the team scoreboard, Kocer recorded the last of three major decisions on the afternoon by SDSU as he defeated the Mountaineers’ Parker VonEgidy, 10-2.

Kocer is the 14th Jackrabbit to reach 100 career wins, and only the second in the Division I era.

The Jackrabbits close out the dual portion of their schedule Friday (Feb. 16) by hosting North Dakota State. The annual Battle for the Border Bell is slated to start at 7 p.m. at Frost Arena.


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