The Cardinals won seven matches by fall and two by major decision on their way to an emphatic 62-10 victory, their eighth in nine dual meets. Willmar's only dual-meet loss this season was 34-27 to third-ranked St. Michael-Albertville Jan. 13. "They're a good, solid team," Warriors co-head coach Mikkey White said. "We go out there and try to wrestle as hard as we can—that's what we told the kids. When you come up against a team like this, you've got nothing to lose.
"Nick has certainly been a welcome surprise for us this year," Warriors head coach Jim Ruttger said. "When we started the season, as coaches, our expectation was that Nick would probably be our third skier behind Cal Madison, last year's state qualifier, and Tristan Elsenpeter, another senior and our team MVP last year. "We went to our first race seeing Nick that way and he turned in our fastest time. He's been there pretty much every meet ever since. He's definitely moved his way up to our No.
Class 1A's top-ranked Thief River Falls Prowlers seized a 1-0 lead late in the second period and made it stand until Gabbie Smith and Grace Schulte scored in the final 7-plus minutes for the Warriors in a 2-1 victory at Essentia Health Sports Center.Smith dashed down the ice with Abby Pohlkamp on a 2 on 1 rush before drilling a slap shot past Prowlers' goalie TRF goalie Faith Porter at 7:38 of the third.
Wrestling: Reese Kapsner (160) and Austin Dickman (285) finished 4-0 for Pierz Pioneers at Cambridge-Isanti Tournament. Pierz defeated Blaine 55-16, lost to Forest Lake 43-18, beat Moorhead 52-18 and beat Rocori 60-15
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