The meet, which featured athletes wrestlers from over 10 schools and over 100 wrestlers, was separated into two classifications. The veteran wrestlers competed in the gold division while the newcomers squared off in the maroon division.Concordia had six wrestlers finish in the top five in the gold division and had seven others post top five finishes in the maroon division.Frazee alums sophomore Jonah Lange and senior Kody Van Den Eykel both wrestled in the gold division.
Barnesville captured the 8AA title defeating Hawley 29-22 before falling in the state quarterfinals 58-33 to Paynesville Area.The Nuggets had five players named to the team: senior running back Donnie Loegering, junior quarterback Jacob Vetter, senior tight end/linebacker Parker Tjaden and junior Matt Thompson, along with junior fullback/linebacker Gunnar Lawson.The A-B/NCW Cougars defeated Ottertail Central 31-13 to capture the 6A section championship and defeated Braham 29-20 in the state...
Payne has three goals and one assist in four games to lead the team.Payne’s goal came at 7:27 of the first period on assists from Karrigan Hallisey and Madyson Melgard to even the score 1-1.Cynthia Loven scored unassisted at 15:34 to put the Green Wave in the lead for good.East Grand Forks scored three times in each of the final two periods of play.Livia Pesch had a goal and four assists; Grace Beck scored twice and added an assist.East Grand outshot DL 41-18.Goals are tough to come by...
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