Wrestling Results from Saturday December 11th

Prep Sports Results for Saturday December 11th

In Wrestling

-Albert Lea was scheduled to be at Maple Grove, but the Tigers did not participate because of road conditions Saturday morning


Dave Scharbeg Memorial Tournament in Byron

1st Place: Dover-Eyota

2nd Place: Rochester Mayo

3rd Place: Byron

4th Place: Westfield

5th Place: WEM/JWP

6th Place: New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva

Westfield 48, New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva 21

Rochester Mayo 54, New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva 15

WEM/JWP 54, New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva 30


JCC Pizza Ranch Invite

1 Jackson County Central 214.0

2 Royalton-Upsala 171.0

3 Maple River/USC 150.0

4 Hutchinson 149.5

5 Fairmont-Martin County West 134.0

6 Worthington 98.0

7 Windom-Mountain Lake 79.0

8 New London-Spicer 73.5

9 Adrian Area 68.0

10 Lake Crystal-Welcome Memorial Area 30.0

11 Fulda-Murray Cty Central 17.0

12 Luverne 13.0

13 St. James Area 12.0

14 Madelia-Truman-Martin Luther Jayhawks 2.0


Top Finishers for Maple River USC

113 2nd Place – Wyatt Walters 

132 3rd Place – Ethan Elvebak 

138 2nd Place – Boden Simon 

152  3rd Place – Konner Harpestad 

160  3rd Place – Ethan Evenson 

182   2nd Place – Cooper Ochsendorf 

285    2nd Place – Thayne Decker 


Emmetsburg, IA tournament

Team Scores: Emmetsburg 234, Spencer 217, Okoboji-HMS 188.5, Lake Mills 167, Pocahontas Area 146, Eagle Grove 144.5, Estherville Lincoln Central 122, Spirit Lake Park 116, Forest City 96.5,  West Bend-Mallard 93, Storm Lake 91.


106 Lucas Oldenkamp 2nd

113 Hayden Helgeson 2nd

145  Alex Beaty 2nd

160 Brett Peterson 3rd

Comments from Coach Brandenburg:

“We didn’t wrestle our best today in Emmetsburg,” said Coach Alex Brandenburg. “Our young squad got a lot of matches in this week and seemed to run out of steam, especially in the later rounds today.” Three Bulldogs made it to the finals. Freshmen Lucas Oldenkamp (106) and Hayden Helgeson (113), along with junior Alex Beaty (145) all dropped decisions to finish second in their respective weight classes. “The three finalists all batted hard in those bouts but just couldn’t quite pull off wins,” Brandenburg said. “It was nice to head west and see some different opponents, and our coaching staff will continue working hard to help everyone improve.”