JOC considering zero judo funding

first_imgThe Japanese Olympic Committee has drafted a measure to withhold funding for the All Japan Judo Federation for fiscal year 2013 over athlete abuses and will discuss the matter at a meeting of its executives on Tuesday, a source familiar with the situation said Thursday.A JOC executive said the drafted measure is the “harshest ever.” The committee is said to be considering options that will not affect the judo federation’s athlete development program. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES The JOC on Thursday mulled possible measures based on a report from the task force that debriefed 15 elite female judo athletes whose joint complaint accused their former coach Ryuji Sonoda and others of harassment and physical violence. center_img IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img read more

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Central province premier league set for season 2019

first_imgRugby League The Central Province Premier League (CPPL) is set for another invigorating season. CPPL chairman Jack Kedea said the season ahead will not only continue to provide a platform for the inter-district challenge, but will also open a potential pathway for players to be considered for southern region based Digicel Cup teams like the Central Dabaris, Gulf Isou and Port Moresby Vipers. Kedea said: “After five seasons we have had numerous players coming through the pathway that we provide to play at a higher level. “Some Central Dabari players like Makara Ura, Bland Abavu and Junior Belo had stints in our league at one time or another. “And there are more out there that only need to be playing in a PNGRFL recognised competition to ply their trade to the full potential.” He said the competition gives their rural Central province youths a chance to showcase themselves in a game that they once dominated at the top level. In a bit of a change-up to last season, they will only have teams based in the various districts taking part and not from Port Moresby like last season, he added. Kedea highlighted the fact that they have done some fine tuning to the competition and are looking to raise the bar to new heights. “We already have a social medium through facebook to promote our program and we will make it more accessible to everyone…even live streaming has been discussed at length.” He further indicated that the competition will begin next week and they hope to make a major announcement of a corporate sponsor to come onboard early in the week. The teams are from Abau (Amazon Bay and Aroma Coast), Rigo, Hiri (Hiri East, Hiri West, Koiari), Kairuku and Goilala. There will be an A grade and U-19 competition.last_img read more

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Prep Wrestling Recap: February 3rd, 2020

first_img 360p About Connatix V56490 Roger MischkeWe will include from the Central Lakes Conference: Sartell Sabres, Sauk Rapids Storm, St. Cloud Tech Tigers and Rocori Spartans. From the Granite Ridge Conference: Albany Huskies, Foley Falcons and the Becker Bulldogs moved from the Granite Ridge into the Mississippi 8 Conference. From the Central Minnesota Conference the Eden Valley Watkins Eagles, Kimball Area Cubs, Holdingford Huskers and now added the Paynesville Bulldogs. The Royalton/Upsala Royals have moved from the Park Region Conference into the Central Minnesota Conference. 1080p HD 720p HD 1/1center_img About Connatix V56490 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip Will bring you the individual results of the duals and Individual tournaments of all twelve teams. Also the list of upcoming of events, current state ratings and conference standings. You can get more of your wrestling news and results at www.theguillotine.com and more info on our local teams on my blog site:https://minnesotamatrats.wordpress.com for more on Section and Conference previews and Bi-weekly columns thru out the season.FOLEY FALCONSThe Falcons defeated Granite Ridge Conference foe Little Falls 61-17. This win earned them the Granite Ridge Conference Dual meet championship. The Falcons earned three big wins over three foes at the Blaine “Bengal” Duals. They defeated No. 11AAA Blaine 37-22, No. 10AA Coon Rapids 35-21 and AA Elk River 66-9. Connor Thorsten (160) (39-4) and Levi Jacobson (113) (32-7) both went 3-0, Andy Knutson (170/182) (27-6) went 2-0 and Ethan Oswald (120/126) (30-9), Micheal Rothfork (138) (24-9), Isaiah Fitch (152) (35-8), Sutherlin Schmidt (170/182) (30-9), Hunter Gorecki (195) (37-6) and Elijah Novak (285) (39-5) all went 2-1 at the Blaine Duals.BECKER BULLDOGSThe Bulldogs defeated AAA foes Brainerd 49-29 and Little Falls 51-28. Ethan Anderson (126/132), Lukas Paulson (138), Adam Jurek (152) Kylen Rish (160), Reid Krause (182) and Dylan Kolby (220/285) all went 2-0 at the Little Falls triangular. They defeated Mississippi 8 Conference foe AAA Cambridge-Isanti 34-29.KIMBALL AREA CUBSThe Cubs were defeated by No. 2A ranked and Section 4A rivals Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 49-12. The Cubs were defeated by the No. 8AA Coop Dassel-Cokato/Litchfield 60-9. Several of the starters missed matches this week due to sickness.ST. CLOUD TECH TIGERSThe Tigers had a busy weekend with a home quadrangular on Friday evening, where they went 2-1. They defeated a pair of Section 8AAA teams; Moorhead 46-14 and Buffalo 43-28. They were defeated by AAA Lean and Mean Bemidji 43-28. Jaxon Kenning (113) (14-6), Taylor Hugg (170) (25-3), and Tucker Hugg (195) (15-10) all went 3-0. Jaden Dombrovski (106) (11-11), Nick Hamak (120) (14-13), Mahamat Hissein (126) (13-13), Jack Latterell (152) (11-10), Hunter Haupert (220) (19-5) and Aaron Voigt (285) (20-8) all went 2-1 at the Tech. quadrangular. The Tigers earned fourth place in a field of fifteen teams with seven place winners for 111 points at the Orono “Spartans” Tournament. Taylor Hugg (170) (28-3) and Aaron Voigt (285) (24-8) both earned championships. Andy Johnson (145) (16-11) and Jaxson Kenning (113) (16-7) both earned third place. Nick Hamak (120) (13-14) earned fourth place and Logan Hanson (160) (21-9) and Jack Latterell (152) (15-13) both earned fifth place.SAUK RAPIDS-RICE STORMThe Storm defeated three foes at the Holdingford “Huskers” Quadrangular; they defeated Holdingford 39-27, Zimmerman 54-11 and Spectrum 68-12. Alex Diedrich (106) (16-8), Jared Spohn (126) (27-5), Sawyer Simmons (132) (11-5), Ben Gilbertson (160) (7-2), Joey Hoeschen (220) (12-6), Hunter Farnick (285) (25-8) and Aden Rollins (182/195) all went 3-0 and Cole Ackerman (170/182) (8-5) went 2-0 at the Holdingford quadrangular.SARTELL ST. STEPHEN SABRESThe Sabres defeated AA Pierz 41-30 in a St. Cloud State College pre-high School dual. The Sabres went 2-1 at the Cretin Durham Hall Duals, with big wins over AAA St. Francis 33-32 and Cretin-Derham Hall 54-30. They dropped a dual to Holman, Wisconsin 50-22. Sam Fernholz (132) (32-5) and Jack Engle (182) (27-6) both went 3-0, Spencer Johnson (113) (21-7), Andy Heckman (120) (19-14), Dutch Nordby (126) (15-9) and Bret Thayer (285) all went 2-1 at the Cretin-Durham Hall dualsALBANY HUSKIESThe Huskies defeated Morris Area 49-27, this was their lone event for the week.ROYALTON-UPSALA ROYALSThe Royals went 0-3 at the Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa Jaguar Quadrangular. They were defeated by the No. 2A ranked ACGC 48-27, No. 3A BBE 54-15 and by WCA No. 9A ranked 45-26. Jacob Liebold (138), Gabe Gorecki (160), Gage Louden (220) and Mason Novitzki (285) all went 2-1 at the BBE quad. The Royals had a very good team performance with eleven place winners for 138 points to earn fourth place at the Park Region Conference Conference, a field of nine teams. Jacob Liebold (138) (31-7), Gabe Gorecki (160) (30-9), Gage Louden (220) (19-7) and Mason Novitzki (285) (24-9) all earned second place. Will Gorecki (113) (28-12) earned third place and Matthew Kasella (195) (11-9) earned fourth place. Austin Wensmann (182) (20-17), Brayden Conrad (152) (18-14), Michael Zimmerman (106) (17-23) and Chris Borash (145) all earned fifth place and Aiden Olson (170) took sixth placeEDEN VALLEY-WATKINS EAGLESThe Eagles won a pair of duals at the home triangular; they defeated previous Central Minnesota Conference rival Pierz on criteria 40-39 and AA Alexandria 45-29. Gavin Mathies (145), Sam Nistler, Carter Mathies and Austin Schlangen all went 2-0 at the their triangular. The Eagles split a pair of Central Minnesota Conference duals at the Holdingford “Husker” Triangular. They defeated Holdingford 36-33 and they lost a close one to Howard Lake-Waverly/Winsted 39-33. Taylor Ludwig (132/138) and Austin Schlangen (285) both went 2-0. The Eagles went 3-1 at the Saint Agnes “Aggie” duals; they defeated section 4A foe St. Agnes 44-26, Section 3A foe Springfield 53-19 and AAA foe Hopkins 60-21. They were defeated by Section 1A foe Triton 33-32. Treyce Ludwig (113) (20-14), Teagyn Ludwig (120) (21-8)  and Austin Schlangen (285) (28-7) all went 4-0. Taylor Ludwig (132/138) (30-8), Isaac Ortiz (152) (13-9) and Connor Lincoln (126) all went 3-1 and Carter Mathies (170) (22-18), Sonnie DeHeer (182) (16-14), Gavin Mathies (145) and Jackson Geislinger (132/138) all went 2-2 at the St. Agnes Duals.HOLDINGFORD HUSKERSThe Huskers were defeated in the pair of Central Minnesota Conference duals at their home triangular. They dropped a close one to Eden Valley-Watkins 36-33 and to Howard Lake-Waverly/Winsted 38-21. Chase Boeckman (160) and Sam Harren (220) both went 2-0 at their home triangular. The Huskers went 2-1 at their home quadrangular, they defeated a pair of AA foes; Zimmerman 35-34 and Spectrum 64-11. They were defeated in a good dual by Sauk Rapids/Rice 39-27. Michael Miller (152) went 3-0, Cohl Clear (120), Luke Bieniek (126/132), Tate Lange (170), Max Secord (195) and Sam Harren (220) all went 2-1 at their home quadrangular.PAYNESVILLE BULLDOGSThe Bulldogs defeated AA Milaca 38-30 and we defeated by AA New London-Spicer 40-30. The Bulldogs were defeated by AA Lean and Mean Detroit Lakes 60-12 and by No. 4A Section 5A rival Minnewaska Area 53-16. Riley Messer (145/152) went 2-0 at the Waska triangular.ROCORI SPARTANSThe Spartans earned tenth place in a field of fifteen teams with 42 points and four place winners at the Orono “Spartans” Tournament. Austin Moscho (152) (30-5) earned third place, Ben Primus (195) (27-9) earned fourth place, Carter Thelen (138) (19-14) earned fifth place and Matthew Goebel (170) earned sixth place.STATE FRESHMAN TOURNAMENTThere were fourteen place winners from our area teams at the Freshman State Tournament. Sauk Rapids-Rice earned fourth place with 67 points with three place winners. Alex Diederich (106) earned the state championship, Sawyer Simmons (132) and Dante Haywood (138) both earned second place. St. Cloud Tech had four place winners for 35.5 points and fourteenth place. Tucker Hugg (285) earned second place, Aidan Orth (132) earned fourth place, Rylan Kolby (285) earned fifth place and Tyson Richer (160) earned seventh place. Becker earned 30 points with one place winner, Kaden Nicolas (88) earned sixth place. The Kimball Cubs Brett Scheifelbein (138) earned a state championship. Eden Valley-Watkins Sam Nistler (152) earned fifth place. Paynesville’s Spencer Eisenbraun (189) earned fifth place. ROCORI’S Evan Moscho (126) earned a state championship. Holdingford’s Drew Lange (106) earned seventh place and Foley’s Aaron Ratke (152) earned eighth place.FOLEY 61 LITTLE FALLS 17106 Austin Litke (LF) Won by Forfeit113 Joey Wilczek (LF) Won by Forfeit120 Levi Jacobson (FOL) Tech. Fall Bryce Udy (LF) 4:00126 Ethan Oswald (FO:) Fall Wyatt Baum (LF) 2:33132 Caden Ruhoff (FOL) Maj. Dec Calvin Sherwood (LF) 16-2138 Evan Milejczak (FOL) Fall Dominic Scepurek (LF) 3:02145 Micheal Rothfork (FOL) Fall Ryan Kloeckl (LF) :49152 Isaiah Fitch (FOL) Won by Forfeit160 Connor Thorsten (FOL) Fall Aiden St. Onge (LF) 3:43170 Gabe Nagel (LF) Fall Sutherlin Schmit (FOL) 3:08182 Max Henne (FOL) Maj. Dec. Peyton Carll (LF) 11-2195 Hunter Gorecki (FOL) Won by Forfeit220 Greg Miller (FOL) Won by Forfeit285 Elijah Novak (FOL) Won by ForfeitBLAINE “BENGAL” DUALSFOLEY 37 BLAINE 22106 Bryce Young (BLAI) Dec. Cyler Ruhoff (FOL) 7-1113 Levi Jacobson (FOL) Maj. Dec. Cooper Larson (BLAI) 9-1120 Kaizer Kong (BLAI) Dec. Ethan Oswald (FOL) 7-2126 Terrence Lemley (BLAI) Dec. Caden Ruhoff (FOL) 5-0132 Evan Milejczak (FOL) Dec. Mathew McCormick (BLAI) 9-6138 Tyler Studer (BLAI) Dec. Micheal Rothfork (FOL) 4-2145 Chrystian Greseth-Clendening (BLAI) Dec. Logan Thorsten (FOL) 8-3152 Cole Lafreniere (BLAI) Dec. Isaiah Fitch (FOL) 6-2160 Connor Thorsten (FOL) Fall Jordyn Greseth-Clendening (BLAI) 1:13170 Sutherlin Schmit (FOL) Fall Andrew Huss (BLAI) 4:44182 Andy Knutson (FOL) Fall  Mehki Hexum (BLAI)  :30195 Isaac Atchison (BLAI) Maj. Dec. Levi Henry (FOL) 14-3220 Hunter Gorecki (FOL) Fall Carter Ho (BLAI) :08285 Elijah Novak (FOL) Fall Xavier Powers (BLAI) 2:42 FOLEY 35 COON RAPIDS 21106 Cyler Ruhoff (FOL) Dec. Jaden Lilly (CR)10-6113 Levi Jacobson (FOL) Fall Isreal Madimba (CR) 7:04120 Alex Jennissen (FOL) Dec. Andriy Dimov (CR) 5-0126 Ethan Oswald (FOL) Dec. Enoch Madimba (CR) 3-1132 Nick Lattery (CR) Fall Evan Milejczak (FOL) 5:09138 Micheal Rothfork (FOL) Maj. Dec. Jacob Linville (CR) 9-1145 Alex Kowalchyk (CR) Dec. Logan Thorsten (FOL) 5-0152 Isaiah Fitch (FOL) Fall Dalan Jones (CR) 4:15160 Connor Thorsten (FOL) Fall Demetrius Seals (CR) 7:28170 Andy Knutson (FOL) Maj. Dec. Jayden Van Vickle (CR) 12-0182 Zach Thomas (CR) Dec. Sutherlin Schmit (FOL) 3-0195 Eric Ramos (CR) Dec. Hunter Gorecki (FOL) 3-2220 Riley Hargrave (CR) Dec. Greg Miller (FOL) 9-2285 Gavin Layton (CR) Dec. Elijah Novak (FOL) 1-0 FOLEY 66 ELK RIVER 9106 Gage Clem (ER) Dec. Cyler Ruhoff (FOL) 7-1113 Levi Jacobson (FOL) Default Gavin Hilyar (ER)120 Ethan Oswald (FOL) Fall Benson Kozitka (ER) :54126 Caden Ruhoff (FOL) Maj. Dec. Daunte Sasse Doering (ER) 11-2132 Colton Pool (LR) Default Cole Rudnitski (FOL)138 Micheal Rothfork (FOL) Maj. Dec. Eli Williams (ER) 8-0145 Logan Thorsten (FOL) Maj. Dec. Hunter Larson (ER) 12-0152 Isaiah Fitch (FOL) Fall Jesse Wadsen (ER) 1:26160 Connor Thorsten (FOL) Fall Colton Strain (ER) 2:20170 Sutherlin Schmit (FOL) Won by Forfeit182 Max Henne (FOL) Won by Forfeit195 Hunter Gorecki (FOL) Won by Forfeit220 Greg Miller (FOL) Won by Forfeit285 Elijah Novak (FOL) Fall Seth Hopkins (ER) :39 BECKER 51 LITTLE FALLS 28(Granite Ridge Conference Dual)106 Austin Litke (LF) Maj. Dec. Drew May (BEC) 15-4113 Joey Wilczek (LF) Fall Owen Angell (BEC) 3:02120 Bryce Udy (LF) Fall Ethan Anderson (BEC) 1:33126 Wyatt Baum (LF) Fall Ryan Boecker (BEC) 2:18132 Ethan Anderson (BEC) Fall Calvin Sherwood (LF) 4:37138 Lukas Paulson (BEC) Fall Dominic Scepurek (LF) :44145 Adam Jurek (BEC) Dec. Ryan Kloeckl (LF) 10-5152 Tyson Ricker (BEC) Won by Forfeit160 Kylen Rish (BEC) Won by Forfeit170 Gabe Nagel (LF) Fall Dylan Weber (BEC) :37182 Reid Kraus (BEC) Fall Peyton Carll (LF)  1:04195 Bryce Kuschel (BEC) Won by Forfeit220 Brayden Weber (BEC) Won by Forfeit285 Dylan Kolby (BEC) Won by Forfeit BECKER 42 BRAINERD 29106 Isaiah Germann (BRA) Maj. Dec. Drew May (BEC) 10-2113 Ethan Duncombe (BEC) Fall Easton Miller (BRA) 1:59120 Isaiah Jillson (BRA) Fall Ryan Boecker (BEC) 3:58126 Ethan Anderson (BEC) Fall Tommy Daniels (BRA) 1:45132 Kyle Eschenbacher (BRA) Won by Forfeit138 Lukas Paulson (BEC) Dec. Atlie Danielson (BRA) 5-2145 Gabe Wagner (BRA) Maj. Dec. Mason Doucette (BEC) 11-2152 Adam Jurek (BEC) Fall Blake Wgeishofski (BRA) 2:02160 Kylen Rish (BEC) Fall Jadon Petrie (BRA) 2:03170 Caden Dewall (BEC) Fall Damien Bentho (BRA) 1:59182 Reid Kraus (BEC) Dec. Forrest Gibson (BRA) 7-1195 Dalton Barrett (BRA) Fall Bryce Kuschel (BEC) 3:30220 Dylan Kolby (BEC) Fall Grant Larkin (BRA) :30285 Cade Barrett (BRA) Dec. Brayden Weber (BEC) 8-3 CRETIN-DERHAM HALL “SGT. MICHAEL CARLSON MEMORIAL DUALSSARTELL-ST. STPEHEN 33 ST. FRANCIS 32106 Kyler Sherk (STF) Won by Forfeit113 Spencer Johnson (SSS) Dec. Tyson Charmoli (STF) 5-2120 Andy Heckman (SSS) Won by Forfeit126 Dutch Nordby (SSS) Maj. Dec. Ken Hollenbeck (STF) 15-7132 Sam Fernholz (SSS) Fall Riley Erickson (STF) No Time Given138 Ashton Lipinski (SSS) Dec. Ben Hallin (STF) 9-4145 Grant Woodruff (STF) Dec. William Budge (SSS) 8-2152 Brady Peltier (STF) Dec. Logan Rodebush (SSS) 8-4160 Zach Bonte (STF) Fall Avery Kouba (SSS) No Time Given170 James Lehn (STF) Dec. Austin Frauenholtz (SSS) 7-2182 Jack Engle (SSS) Default Tony Gerlach (STF)195 Andrew Hoglund (STF) Tech. Fall Dylan Welle (SSS) No Time Given220 Tate Skogquist (STF) Fall Richard Emslander (SSS) No Time Given285 Bret Thayer (SSS) Fall Tate Bodenburg (STF) No Time Given SARTELL-ST. STEPHEN 54 CRETIN-DERHAM HALL 30106 John Page (CDH) Won by Forfeit113 Spencer Johnson (SSS) Won by Forfeit120 Andy Heckman (SSS) Fall Mark Vasquez (CDH) 2:57126 Dutch Nordby (SSS) Fall Justice Linton (CDH) :37132 Sam Fernholz (SSS) Fall Ryan Gainer (CDH) :55138 Ashton Lipinski (SSS) Fall Maxwell Fronda (CDH) 3:55145 William Budge (SSS) Won by Forfeit152 Logan Rodebush (SSS) Fall Rhys Engelmeier (CDH) 1:32160 Carey Vanier, Jr. (CDH) Fall Aidan Toivola (SSS) 2:56170 Isaac Enriquez (CDH) Fall Avery Kouba (SSS)  :27182 Cage Linton (CDH) Fall Austin Frauenholtz (SSS) :24195 Jack Engle (SSS) Fall Langston Butler (CDH) 1:59220 Zane Jhocson (CDH) Fall Richard Emslander (SSS) 2:30285 Bret Thayer (SSS) Won by Forfeit HOLMAN 50 SARTELL-ST. STEPHEN 22106 Parker Kratochvill (HOL) Won by Forfeit113 Sam Smith (HOL) Fall Spencer Johnson (SSS) No Time Given120 Alex Pellowski (HOL) Dec. Andy Heckman (SSS) 5-2126 Branson Beers (HOL) Fall Dutch Nordby (SSS) No Time Given132 Sam Fernholz (SSS) Fall Andrew Weiss (HOL) No Time138 Tyler Jahn (HOL) Fall Ashton Lipinski (SSS) No Time Given145 Kyle Gerold (HOL) Dec. William Budge (SSS) 7-4152 Carter Vetsch (HOL) Tech. Fall Logan Rodebush (SSS) No Time Given160 Avery Kouba (SSS) Fall Dylan Liethen (HOL) No Time Given170 Austin Frauenholtz (SSS) Maj. Dec. Armandin Ranaivoson (HOL) 18-7182 Jack Engle (SSS) Fall Sam Barnett (HOL) No Time Given195 Drake Schams (HOL) Fall Dylan Welle (SSS) No Time Given220 Adam Quam (HOL) Fall Richard Emslander (SSS) No Time Given285 Kaden Banks (HOL) Dec. Bret Thayer (SSS) 1-0  ATWATER-COSMOS-GROVE CITY 49 KIMBALL AREA 12106 Jevon Williams (ACGC) Fall Jack Bollman (KIM) 3:12113 Cole Holien (ACGC) Fall Blake Brutger (KIM) 3:35120 Kelvin Andrade-Ponce (ACGC) Dec. Gavin Winter (KIM) 6-1126 Brady Holien (ACGC_ Maj. Dec. Lucas Jurek (KIM) 10-0132 Alex Nelson (KIM) Dec. Ramzee Molinaro (ACGC) 6-4138 Hayden Straumann (ACGC) Dec. Cody Leither (KIM) 4-0145 Jake Mortensen (ACGC) Fall Haden Rosenow (KIM) :39152 Zack Holtz (Kimball Area) over Logan Straumann (ACGC) :22160 Jaxon Behm (ACGC) Dec. Austin Donnay (KIM) 6-0170 Ashton Hanan (KIM) Dec. Taylor Fester (ACGC) 6-0182 Terrell Renne (ACGC) Maj. Dec. Brandon Guggisberg (KIM) 13-3195 Jesus Cardenas (ACGC) Dec. Nicholas Bowen (KIM) 8-4220 Logan Sherwood (ACGC) Fall Ace Meyer (KIM) 1:00285 Tanner Berghuis (ACGC) Won by Forfeit DASSEL-COKATO/LICTHFIELD 60 KIMBALL AREA 9106 Andrew Joedeman (DC/L) Won by Forfeit113 Gabe Nelson (DCL) Fall William Serbus (KIM) :15120 Gavin Winter (KIM) Tech. Fall Victor Franco (DC/L) No Time Given126 Eddie Simes (DC/L) Maj. Dec. Lucas Jurek (KIM) 9-1132 Jerry Simes (DC/L) Dec. Alex Nelson (KIM) 8-6138 Shelby Fischer (DC/L) Fall Austin Decknal (KIM) 1:23145 Axel Stenberg (DC/L) Fall Haden Rosenow (KIM) 8-5152 Jude Link (DC/L) Won by Forfeit160 Noah Halonen (DC/L) Tech. Fall Austin Donnay (KIM) No Time Given170 Ashton Hanan (KIM) Maj. Dec.  Hayden Hoernemann (DCL) (MD 15-4)182 Will O`Brien (DCL) over Brandon Guggisberg (KIAR) (Dec 4-0)195 Beau Nelson (DCL) over (KIAR) (For.)220 Jackson Martin (DCL) over (KIAR) (For.)285 Jace Butcher (DCL) over (KIAR) (For.) ALBANY 49 MAHACA 27106 Owen Carlson (ALB) Fall Tyce Anderson (MAHA) 1:27113 Devin Hansen (ALB) Dec. Dallas Walton (MAHA) 8-4120 Dustin Schmitt (ALB) Fall Caden Rose (MAHA) 2:34126 Ethan Lebrija (MAHA) Fall Joseph Schmitt (ALB) 2:56132 Davin Rose (MAHA) Tech. Fall Petyon Krumrei (ALB) No Time Given138 William Mergen (ALB) Fall Dylan Rose (MAHA) 4:35145 Tate Hoffarth (ALB) Maj. Dec. Dain Schroeder (MAHA) 14-1152 Declan Crumley (ALB) Fall Toby Messner (MAHA) 3:34160 Hunter Tate (ALB) Fall Noah Amundson (MAHA) 4:32170 Peyton Linn (ALB) Fall Colten Wohlers (MAHA) :56182 Dalton Rose (MAHA) Fall Thomas Blattner (ALB) 2:45195 Riley Rakotz (ALB) Fall Tristian Raths (MAHA) 2:55220 Maddix Erickson (MAHA) Fall Jacob Adrian (ALB) 3:30285 Carter Gibson (MAHA) Maj. Dec. Nic Bushman (ALB) 9-1 ROYALTON/UPSALA 57 OSAKIS 16106 Michael Zimmerman (R/U) Tech. Fall Jacob Taplin (OSK) No Time Given113 Logan Grove (OSK) over Bryce Binek (R/U) :50120 Will Gorecki (R/U) Tech. Fall Gaven Cimbura (OSK) No Time Given126 Double Forfeit132 Nathan Kulzer (OSK) Won by Forfeit138 Jacob Leibold (R/U) over Carsten Jacobson (OSK) No Time Given145 Kale Drevlow (OSK) Maj. Dec.Hunter Novitzki (R/U) 16-8152 Brayden Conrad (R/U) Fall Tyson Hagedon (OSK) 1:46160 Gabe Gorecki (R/U) Won by Forfeit170 Aidan Olson (R/U) Won by Forfeit182 Austin Wensmann (R/U) Fall Nathan Bjerk (OSK) 4:53195 Matthew Kasella (R/U) Fall Ryan Milhausen (OSK) :29220 Gage Louden (R/U) Won by Forfeit285 Mason Novitzki (R/U) over (OSAK) Won by Forfeit OTTERTAIL CENTRAL 43   ROYALTON/UPSALA 31106 Michael Zimmerman (R/U) Fall Chris Fronning (OTC) 1:12113 John Bzdok (R/U) Fall Brandt Malone (OTC) :14120 Laredo Bugbee (OTC) Dec. Will Gorecki (R/U) 5-0126 Brien Poser (OTC) Won by Forfeit132 Haden Hart (OTC) Won by Forfeit138 Jacob Leibold (R/U) Fall Reed Leabo (OTC)  5:31145 Logan Schleske (OTC) Fall Chris Borash (R/U) 5:02152 Matt Hendricks (OTC) Maj. Dec. Brayden Conrad (R/U) 10-2160 Gabe Goreck (R/U) Maj. Dec. Nick Gardin (OTC)170 Noah Schleske (OTC) Fall Aidan Olson (R/U) 3:08182 Austin Wensman (R/U) Dec. Tristan Evavold (OTC) 5-4195 Matthew Kasella (R/U) Chase Janu (OTC) 2:27220 Zane Swanson (OTC) Fall Gage Louden (R/U) 3:16285 Cian Buehler (OTC) Fall Mason Novitzki (R/U) 5:25  PAYNESVILLE AREA 38 MILACA-FAITH CHRISTIAN 30106 Brandon Hess (PAY) Dec.  Austin Linder (MFC) 6-2113 Caden Sankoh (PAY) Dec. Tanyon Black (MFC) 6-5120 Jack Schoenborn (MFC) Fall Rene Quintanilla-Hernandez (PAY) 5:41)126 Craig Schmitz  (PAY) Maj. Dec. Izaiah Allen (MFC) 10-0132 Brett Mages (PAY) Fall Jack Nord (MFC) 1:36138 Aaron Mages (PAY) Fall Caleb Sahlstrom (MFC) 3:33145 Clay Anderson (MFC) Dec. Trent Soine (PAY) 5-0152 Riley Messer (PAY) Fall Hunter Bockoven (MFC)  2:27160 Ian Hanson (MFC) Fall Trenton LeClaire (PAY)  2:36170 Brant Mollet (MFC) Fall Grant Wendlandt (PAY)  1:57182 Weston Roberg (PAY) Maj. Dec. Colbee Zens (MFC) 13-1195 Shawn Pinske (PAY) Fall Logan Ash (MFC) 1:32220 Bodee Zens (MFC) Won by Forfeit285 Brody Ash (MFC) Dec. Brandon Schlangen (PAY) 2-1  NEW LONDON-SPICER  40 PAYNESVILLE  30106 Luke Knudsen (NLS) Fall Brandon Hess (PAY) 2:45113 Everett Halvorson (NLS) Fall Caden Sankoh (PAY) 1:15120 Ty Bisek (NLS) Fall Rene Quintanilla-Hernandez (PAY) 4:05126 Craig Schmitz  (PAY) Fall Jace Neal (NLS) 1:26132 Luke Ruter (NLS) Dec. Brett Mages (PAY) 2-0138 Blake Vagle (NLS) Fall Aaron Mages (PAY) 3:24145 Riley Messer (PAY) Fall Reid Holmquist (NLS) 4:35152 Grant Hubbard (NLS) Fall Trent Soine (PAY) 1:06160 Tim Thein (NLS) Fall Trenton LeClaire (PAY) 5:31170 Weston Roberg (PAY) Won by Forfeit182 Spencer Eisenbraun (PAY) Fall Lucas Tuchtenhagen (NLS)  :58195 Double Forfeit220 Nick McKenzie (NLS) Dec. Shawn Pinske (PAY) 4-3285 Brandon Schlangen (PAY) Won by ForfetMINNEWASKA AREA “LAKERS” TRIANGULAR MINNEWASKA AREA  53 PAYNESVILLE 16106 Nick  Ankeny (MIAR) Dec. Brandon Hess (PAY) 2-1113 Mason Schiffler (MIAR) Fall Preston Welling (PAY) 2-1120 Jacob Blair  (MIAR) Fall Rene Quintanilla-Hernandez (PAY) 2:48126 Easton McCrory  (MIAR) Maj. Dec. Craig Schmitz  (PAY) 11-3132 Brett Mages (PAY) Maj. Dec. David Lilenthal (MIAR) 9-0138 Chase Boelke (MIAR) Dec. Aaron Mages (PAY) 12-6145 Riley Messer (PAY) Fall Keygan Cruz (MIAR) 1:48152 Mason Blair (MIAR) Fall Trenton LeClaire (PAY) :22160 Max Reichmann (MIAR) Dec. Weston Roberg (PAY) 7-2170 Ryan VanLuik (MIAR) Won by Forfeit182 Tyson Meyer (MIAR) Fall Spencer Eisenbraun (PAY) :57195 Nathan Rankin (MIAR) Won by Forfeit220 Tyler VanLuik  (MIAR) Maj. Dec. Shawn Pinske (PAY) 13-3285 Brandon Schlangen (PAY) Fall Isiah Miller (MIAR) :58 DETROIT LAKES 60 PAYNESVILLE 12106 Cody Bartnes (DL) Tech. Fall Brandon Hess (PAY) No Time Given113 Tyson Ullyott (DL) Won by Forfeit120 Carson Wold (DL) Fall Rene Quintanilla-Hernandez (PAY) 1:48126 Cade Jackson (DL) Maj. Dec. Craig Schmitz  (PAY) 8-0132 Blake Weber (DL) Fall Brett Mages (PAY) 3:52138 Clint Andreson (DL) Dec. Trent Soine (PAY) 7-2145 Brody Ullyott (DL) Fall Aaron Mages (PAY) 2:39152 Riley Messer (PAY) Fall Thad Schlauderaff (DL) 5:25160 Weston Roberg (PAY) Fall Lee Omdahl (DL) 3:10170 Blaine Henderson (DL) Won by Forfeit182 Nolan Mann (DL) Fall Spencer Eisenbraun (PAY) 1:05195 Double Forfeit220 Jordan Skadsem (DL) Fall Shawn Pinske (PAY) 5:13285 Andreas Barnett (DL) Fall Brandon Schlangen (PAY) 4:58  ST. AGNES “AGGIES” DUALSEDEN VALLEY-WATKINS 60 HOPKINS 21106 Brayden Kramer (EVW) Fall Cyprian Witham (HOPK) 2:36113 Treyce Ludwig (EVW) Fall Ayub Mohamed (HOPK) 3:36120 Teagyn Ludwig (EVW) Fall Ty Schmidt (HOPK) :07126 Conner Lincoln (EVW) Fall Jaxon Williams (HOPK) 4:44132 Taylor Ludwig (EVW) Fall Patrick Kubisa (HOPK) 2:02138 Ryan Bachman (HOPK) Dec. Jackson Geislinger (EVW) 8-4145 Gavin Mathies (EVW) Fall AJ Reeves (HOPK) 5:09152 Isaac Ortiz (EVW) Fall Sam Reichel (HOPK) 2:00160 Demetrius Patton (HOPK) Fall Ian Nisler (EVW) 1:36170 Carter Mathies (EVW) Fall Will Post (HOPK) 3:46182 Sonnie DeHeer (EVW) Fall Abdullah Eisa (HOPK) 2:04195 RJ Chakolis (HOPK) Won by Forfeit220 Deonte Bryant (HOPK) Fall Armando Walker (EVW) 2:15285 Austin Schlangen (EVW) Fall Elijah Wolf (HOPK) 2:37 EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS 53 SPRINGFIELD 19106 Brayden Kramer (EVW) Fall Kody Bast (SPF) 4:47113 Treyce Ludwig (EVW) Won by Forfeit120 Teagyn Ludwig (EVW) Fall Wyatt Schmidt (SPF) :30126 Owen Bertram (Springfield) Dec. Conner Lincoln (EVW) 9-2132 Taylor Ludwig (EVW) Won by Forfeit138 Jackson Geislinger (EVW) Won by Forfeit145 Joe Anderson (SPF) Maj. Dec. Gavin Mathies (EVW) 16-5152 Isaac Ortiz (EVW) No Time Given Andrew Manko (SPF)160 Ian Nisler (EVW) Fall Ethan Langseth (SPR) 4:03170 Carter Mathies (EVW) Dec. Kadin Johnson (SPF) 7-1182 Sonnie DeHeer (EVW) Dec. Colen Moudry (SPF) 4-3195 Mason Rummel (SPF) Fall Armando Walker (EVW) 3:46220 Mitchell Streich (SPF) Won by Forfeit285 Austin Schlangen (EVW) Fall Shane Clemon (SPF) 1:08 EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS 44 ST. AGNES 26(Section 4A Dual)106 Brayden Kramer (EVW) Fall Owen Brooker (STA) :18113 Teagyn Ludwig (EVW) Fall David Lopez (STA) :22120 Treyce Ludwig (EVW) Fall Vincent Hernandez (STA) 2:18126 Conner Lincoln (EVW) Tech. Fall Luke Scott (STA)132 Jackson Geislinger (EVW) Fall Ryan McLaughlin (STA) :42138 Taylor Ludwig (EVW) Fall Davey McLaughlin (STA) 2:29145 Gavin Mathies (EVW) Dec. Josh Hernandez (STA) 15-9152 Gabe Scott (STA) Tech. Fall Isaac Ortiz (EVW)160 Matthew Jurek (STA) Fall Ian Nisler (EVW) 2:28170 Isaac Schmidt (STA) Maj. Dec. Carter Mathies (EVW) 14-5182 Eddie Schmitz (STA) Tech. Fall Sonnie DeHeer (EVW) No Time Given195 Double Forfeit220 Daniel Romero (STA) Fall Armando Walker (EVW) 4:00285 Austin Schlangen (EVW) Won by Forfeit TRITON 33 EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS 32106 Hunter Stark (TTIT) Fall Brayden Kramer (EVW) 2:17113 Teagyn Ludwig (EVW) Fall Austan Adreon (TRIT) :27120 Treyce Ludwig (EVW) Maj. Dec. Cole Kodada (TRIT) 20-6126 Conner Lincoln (EVW) Fall Alex Naze (TRIT) 2:14132 Kody Rasmussen (TRIT) Dec. Taylor Ludwig (EVW) 7-5138 Liam Schlichting (TRIT) Fall Jackson Geislinger (EVW) 3:40145 Colby Dobbs (TRIT) Dec. Gavin Mathies (EVW) 9-6152 Isaac Ortiz (EVW) Maj. Dec. Christian Schrom (TRIT) 18-4160 Hunter Shadow (Triton) Fall Ian Nisler (EVW) 3:02170 Brekken Schlichting (TRIT) Dec. Carter Mathies (EVW) 9-2182 Mason Barker (TRIT) Fall Sonnie DeHeer (EVW) 1:12195 Armando Walker (EVW) Fall Grady Klankowski (TRIT) :09220 Double Forfeit285 Austin Schlangen (EVW) Won by Forfeit HOLDINGFORD “HUSKERS” QUADRANGULARHOLDINGFORD 64  SPECTRUM 11106 William Pilarski (HOLD) Dec. Ethan Schmidt (SPEC) 5-3113 Gavin Gould (SPEC) Tech. Fall Evan Petron (HOLD) 4:00120 Cohl Clear (HOLD) Maj. Dec. Edwin Markey (SPEC) 9-1126 Luke Bieniek (HOLD) Fall Tyler Murset (SPEC) :48132 Alex Welle (HOLD) Won by Forfeit138 Logan Schumacher (SPEC) Fall Wesley Kraemer (HOLD) 3:33145 James Welle (HOLD) Won by Forfeit152 Michael Miller (HOLD) Fall Tim Erickson (SPEC) 3:46160 Lance Harren (HOLD) Dec. Jarius Sorenson (SPEC) 6-5170 Evan Litchy (HOLD) Won by Forfeit182 Gabriel Urbanski (HOLD) Won by Forfeit195 Maxwell Secord (HOLD) Won by Forfeit220 Sam Harren (HOLD) Fall Joe Keelhodt (SPEC) :40285 Brandon Doll (HOLD) Fall Andrew DeBoer (SPEC) 3:53 HOLDINGFORD 35 ZIMMERMAN 34106 Ryley Chapman (ZIM) Maj. Dec. Evan Petron (HOLD) 11-1113 Will Pilarski (HOLD) Won by Forfeit120 Joe Montplaisir (ZIM) Tech. Fall Cohl Clear (HOLD) 3:25126 Michael Johnson (ZIM) Fall Alex Welle (HOLD) 3:10132 Luke Bieniek (HOLD) Dec. John Weiser (ZIM) 11-3138 Wesley Kraemer (SRR) Fall Brock Snow (ZIM) 3:01145 Joe Gardas (ZIM) Maj. Dec. James Welle (HOLD) 21-10152 Michael Miller (HOLD) Fall Eli Stellmacher (SPEC) 1:56160 Sam Freeberg (ZIM) Fall Chase Boeckman (HOLD) 1:41170 Tate Lange (HOLD) Maj.Dec. Ryan Bouley (ZIM) 11-2182 Tim Vorobyev (ZIM) Dec. Gabriel Urbanski (HOLD) 16-11195 Maxwell Secord (HOLD) Dec. Aiden Pardino (ZIM) 8-4220 Samuel Harren (HOLD) Fall Kameron Arieta (ZIM) 2:34285 Tylor Clapp (ZIM) Fall Coltin Petron (HOLD) 3:19 SAUK RAPIDS-RICE 39 HOLDINGFORD 27106 Alex Diedrich (SRR) Tech. Fall Evan Petron (HOLD) 4:00113 Drew Lange (HOLD) Fall Logan Culbertson (SRR) 1:05120 Cohl Clear (HOLD) Fall Brayden Ness (SRR) 5:40126 Jared Spohn (SRR) Fall Alex Welle (HOLD) :35132 Sawyer Simmons (SRR) Fall Luke Bieniek (HOLD) 3:35138 Andrew Wollak (SRR) Fall Wesley Kraemer (HOLD) 1:44145 James Welle (HOLD) Fall Dante Haywood (SRR) 3:45152 Micheal Miller (HOLD) Fall Graham Doherty (SRR) 1:51160 Ben Gilbertson (SRR) Dec. Tate Lange (HOLD) 4-2170 Chase Boeckman (HOLD) Matthew Krepp (SRR)182 Cole Ackerman (SRR) Fall Gabriel Urbanski (HOLD) 2:28195 Aden Rollins (SRR) Dec. Maxwell Secord (HOLD) 2-1 OT220 Joey Hoeschen (SRR) Maj. Dec. Sam Harren (HOLD) 10-1 OT285 Hunter Farnick (SRR) Fall Brandon Doll (HOLD) :53 SAUK RAPIDS-RICE 68  SPECTRUM 12106 Alex Diedrich (SRR) Fall Ethan Schmidt (SPEC) 1:33113 Logan Culbertson (SRR) Fall  Gavin Gould (SPEC) 3:30120 Brayden Ness (SRR) Fall Edwin Markey (SPEC) 1:55126 Jared Spohn (SRR) Fall Tyler Murset (SPEC) :27132 Sawyer Simmons (SRR) Won by Forfeit138 Andrew Wollack (SRR) Dec. Logan Schumacher (SPEC) 4-0145 Dante Haywood (SRR) Won by Forfeit152 Tim Erickson (SPEC) Fall Graham Doherty (SRR) 1:09160 Ben Gilbertson (SRR) Tech. Fall Taruis Sorensen (SPEC) No Time Given170 Cole Ackerman (SRR) Won by Forfeit182 Matthew Krepp (SRR) Won by Forfeit195 Aden Rollins (SRR) Won by Forfeit220 Joey Hoeschen (SRR) Fall Joe Kettelhodt (SPEC) :51285 Hunter Farnick (SRR) Fall Andrew DeBoer (SPEC) :52 SAUK RAPIDS-RICE 54 ZIMMERMAN 18106 Alex Diederich (SRR) Dec. Ryley Chapman (ZIM) 9-3113 Logan Culbertson (SRR) Won by Forfeit120 Joe Montplaisir (ZIM) Fall Brayden Ness (SRR) 1:07126 Jared Spohn (SRR) Fall Michael Johnson (ZIM) :16132 Sawyer Simmons (SRR) Fall Jon Weiser (ZIM) :33138 Andrew Wollak (SRR) Won by Forfeit145 Joe Gardas (ZIM) Fall Dante Haywood (SRR) 5:27152 Eli Stellmach (ZIM) Dec. Graham Doherty (SRR) 8-4160 Benjamin Gilbertson (SRR) Fall Sam Freeberg (ZIM) :46170 Ryan Bouley (ZIM) Dec. Matt Krepp (SRR) 3-1182 Cole Ackerman (SRR) Fall Aiden Pardino (ZIM) 2:46195 Aden Rollins (SRR) Dec. Kameron Arieta (ZIM) 3-0220 Joey Hoeschen (SRR) Won by Forfeit285 Hunter Farnick (SRR) Fall Tylor Clapp (ZIM) :11 HOLDINGFORD “HUSKERS” TRIANGULAR(All Central Minnesota Conference Duals)HOWARD LAKE-WAVERLY-WINSTED 38  HOLDINGFORD 21106 Caleb Boese (HLWW) Dec. Drew Lange (HOLD) 8-2113 Will Pilarski (HOLD) Dec. Tony Baumann (HLWW) 4-2120 Steve Heber (HLWW) Dec. Cohl Clear (HOLD) 4-1126 Mitchell Mallak (HLWW) Fall Luke Bieniek (HOLD) 4:50132 Wiley Wiegert (HLWW) Fall Alex Welle (HOLD) 1:06138 Hunter Decker (HLWW) Fall Wesley Kraemer (HOLD) :46145 Michael Miller (HOLD) Maj. Dec. Remington Albright (HLWW) 14-2152 Collin Boese (HLWW) Dec. James Welle (HOLD) 10-5160 Tate Lange (HOLD) Maj. Dec. Isaac Busse (HLWW) 13-0170 Chase Boeckman (HOLD) Maj. Dec. Liam Eberhandrd (HLWW) 14-5182 Ryan Tuchtenhagen (HLW) Fall Gabriel Urbanski (HOLD) 1:09195 Colton Long (HLWW) Dec. Maxwell Secord (HLWW) 3-220 Sam Harren (HOLD) Fall  Jakob Duske (HLWW) 1:43285 Danny Mosford (HLWW) Dec. Brandon Doll (HOLD) 5-2 HOWARD LAKE-WAVERLY-WINSTED 39 EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS 33106 Caleb Boese (HLWW) Dec. Teagyn Ludwig (EVW) 15-7113  Porter Matheson (HLWW) Maj. Dec. Treyce Ludwig (EVW) 13-7120 Steven Heber (HLWW) Won by Forfeit126 Mitchell Mallak (HLWW) Maj. Dec. Connor Lincoln (EVW) 14-2132 Taylor Ludwig (EVW) Dec. Wiley Wiegert (HLWW) 7-1138 Gavin Mathies (EVW) Fall Hunter Decker (HLWW) 1:54145 Isaac Ortiz (EVW) Fall Remington Albright (HLWW) 4:33152 Collin Boese (HLWW) Won by Forfeit160 Ian Nistler (EVW) Fall  Isaac Busse (HLWW) 4:54170 Sam Nistler (EVW) Fall Liam Eberhanrd (HLWW) 1:07182 Ryan Tuchtenhagen (HLWW) Maj. Dec. Carter Mathies k(EVW) 13-2195 Colton Long (HLWW) Sonnie DeHeer (EVW) 3:56220 Danny Mosford (HLWW) Fall Armando Walker (EVW) 3:20285 Austin Schlangen (EVW) Fall Jakob Duske (HLWW) 2:53 EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS 36 HOLDINGFORD 33106 Teagan Ludwig (EVW) Fall Evan Petron (HOLD) 1:13113 Drew Lang (HOLD) Fall Treyce Ludwig (EVW) 5:20120 Cohl Clear (HOLD) Won by Forfeit126 Connor Lincoln (EVW) Fall Luke Bieniek (HOLD) 1:23132 Gavin Caron (EVW) Fall Alex Welle (HOLD) 5:26138 Taylor Ludwig (EVW) Fall Wesley Kraemer (HOLD) 3:32145 Isaac Ortiz (EVW) Fall Michael Miller (HOLD) 1:56152 James Welle (HOLD) Fall Gavin Mathies (EVW) 2:38160 Tate Lange (HOLD) Dec. Sam Nistler (EVW) 10-4170 Chase Boeckman (HOLD) Fall Ian Nistler (EVW) 1:49182 Carter Mathies (EVW) Dec. Gabriel Urbanski (HOLD) 8-7195 Maxwell Secord (HOLD) Dec. Sonnie DeHeer (EVW) 6-1220 Sam Harren (HOLD) Dec. Armando Walker (EVW) 6-0285 Austin Schlangen (EVW) Dec. Brandon Doll (HOLD) 5-4 EDEN VALLEY “EAGLES” TRIANGULAREDEN VALLEY-WATKINS 45 ALEXANDRIA 29106 Teagyn Ludwig (EVW) Fall Mason Mcgrane (ALEX) :12113 Blaze Nelson (ALEX)  Won by Forfeit120 Kelly Johnson (ALEX) Fall Treyce Ludwig (EVW) :43126 AJ Sparr (ALEX) Maj. Dec. Gavin Caron (EVW) 10-1132 Conner Lincoln (EVW) Fall Landon Arvidson (ALEX) :46138 Ryan Borris (ALEX) Dec. Taylor Ludwig (EVW) 4-3145 Cole Vatnsdal (ALEX) Maj. Dec. Isaac Ortiz (EVW) 12-3152 Gavin Mathies (EVW) Dec. Tate Runge (ALEX 4-2160 Sam Nistler (EVW) Fall JP Rodel (ALEX) 4:42170 Cody Richardson (ALEX) Fall Ian Nisler (EVW) 1:23182 Carter Mathies (EVW) Won by Forfeit195 Sonnie DeHeer (EVW) Won by Forfeit220 Armando Walker (EVW) Fall Stone Smith (ALEX) 3:14285 Austin Schlangen (EVW) Won by Forfeit EDEN VALLEY 40 PIERZ 39 (Criteria)106 Teagyn Ludwig (EVW) Won by Forfeit113 Derek Stangl (PIE) Fall Treyce Ludwig (EVW) 3:20120 Jacob LeBlanc (PIE) Won by Forfeit126 Trevor Radunz (PIE) Fall Conner Lincoln (EVW) 2:52132 Brandon Funk (PIE) Dec. Gavin Caron (EVW) 4-3138 Taylor Ludwig (EVW) Won by Forfeit145 Gavin Mathies (EVW) Fall Nathan Nash (PIE) :25152 Isaac Ortiz (EVW) Won by Forfeit160 Sam Nistler (EVW) Fall Riley Hoskins (PIE) 3:29170 Carter Mathies (EVW) Dec. Mason Zajac (PIE) 8-3182 Jack Byker (PIE) Won by Forfeit195 Tanner Young (PIE) Fall Sonnie DeHeer (EVW) 1:02220 Brandon Schlegel (PIE) Fall Armando Walker (EVW) 5:24285 Austin Schlangen (EVW) Fall Daniel Hoffman (PIE) :57 Auto (360p)last_img
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Texas Bowl preview

first_img Session ID: 2020-09-17:25d89ab35d916730147abdc6 Player ID: videojs-brightcove-player-855853-3930887362001 OK Close Modal DialogCaption Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsDefaultsDoneClose Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – THV 11’s Hayden Balgavy and Jim Harris take a look at the match up between the Razorbacks and Longhorns in the Texas Bowl. Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window. The Video Cloud video was not found. Error Code: VIDEO_CLOUD_ERR_VIDEO_NOT_FOUNDlast_img read more

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Injured motorcyclist flown out by med chopper

first_imgCARYVILLE, TN (WLAF) – A motorcycle wreck sent one person to the hospital by way of a medical helicopter. Just before 8:30 pm Saturday night, a motorcycle wrecked near the bridge that spans the interstate at Exit 134 at Caryville.  The accident happened on Old Hwy 63 according to E-911 Dispatch.First Responders shutdown traffic across the bridge setting up a landing zone on the bridge allowing the chopper to land.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 06/27/2020-9:15PM-PHOTO COURTESY OF CARYVILLE FIRE CHIEF EDDIE HATMAKER)Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

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Reeths-Puffer improves to 3-0 with a huge 55-0 league win over GR Union

first_img Sports Illustrated ENDS IN Share $22.99 Bestseller Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. × Inappropriate / Offensive ENDS IN Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. (8133) FOX Sports: Stream live NFL, College Footbal… Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Special… Report a problem This item is… Twelve Bestseller Not relevant (35309) Not relevant DEAL OF THE DAY Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Fox Sports Go × ENDS IN Shop Now Other Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Report a problem This item is… Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. × ENDS IN Ads by Amazon (3879) Displayed poorly Displayed poorly $19.29 Other Not relevant Bestseller Bestseller DEAL OF THE DAY DEAL OF THE DAY Other × Other Displayed poorly Bestseller Nuun Sport: Electrolyte Drink Tablets, Citru… Inappropriate / Offensive DEAL OF THE DAY $20.00$233.61 Add Comments (Max 320 characters) × 0 Inappropriate / Offensive Displayed poorly Not relevant Inappropriate / Offensive Bestseller Not relevant Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Not relevant DEAL OF THE DAY Inappropriate / Offensive Not relevant ENDS IN (832) ENDS IN ENDS IN Other NBC Sports Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Inappropriate / Offensive $14.99 Share Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Displayed poorly Other × Report a problem This item is… Add Comments (Max 320 characters) DEAL OF THE DAY Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Other Report a problem This item is… × Other $0.00 ENDS IN (975) Inappropriate / Offensive Report a problem This item is… Report a problem This item is… Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. (5153) Displayed poorly $0.00 Inappropriate / Offensive (1445) (32825) Lemedy Women Padded Sports Bra Fitness Wo… Mail Bestseller Report a problem This item is… Not relevant Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. × LocalSportsJournal.comThe Reeths-Puffer football team remained undefeated after a 55-0 blowout of Grand Rapids Union in O-K Black Conference action on Friday.The Rockets, now 3-0, led 13-0 after the first quarter, then poured it on in the second quarter and took a 42-0 lead into halftime.Five different Rockets scored rushing touchdowns on the evening. Bubba Farwig had two, while Evan Moskwa, Nicholas Dailey, Logan Delong, and Daven Fox each had one.Moskwa also threw two touchdown passes, one to Carter Fulton and the other to Garrett Reams.Moskwa finished with 93 yards on seven carries and completed 3 of 5 passes for 101 yards.The Reeths-Puffer defense was led by Delong and Gino Romanelli, who each had four tackles.The Rockets have a huge matchup next Friday night against unbeaten Mona Shores. Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Shares Displayed poorly DEAL OF THE DAY Bestseller Add Comments (Max 320 characters) $9.99 DEAL OF THE DAY $0.00 Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Report a problem This item is… Displayed poorly Ads by Amazonlast_img read more

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Overwatch League Commissioner Nate Nanzer joins Epic Games

first_imgOverwatch League Commissioner Nate Nanzer has announced that he will be leaving Activision Blizzard in the middle of the Overwatch League’s (OWL) second season. ESPN has confirmed that Nanzer will be joining Epic Games and will take the lead on Fortnite’s fledgeling esports scene. Epic has come under fire for their running of Fornite esports despite providing huge prize-pools.SEE ALSO: Fortnite World Cup details revealed with $30 million prize poolHey Overwatch League family. I wanted to share that soon I will be leaving Blizzard for a new opportunity. This has been the toughest decision of my life, because it means I won’t get to work with the best staff, players, teams, owners, partners, and fans in esports anymore. 1/4— Nate Nanzer (@natenanzer) May 25, 2019The departure comes at a critical time for OWL as it looks to change where their games are played with home and away games, similar to more traditional sports leagues. Nanzer was announced as the League Commissioner in early 2017 and has since been the face for any important announcements and rulings regarding the tournament or player sanctions.SEE ALSO: The Overwatch League is heading on the road for 2020 Nanzer assured that the League was in good hands, stating: “it’s been awesome to be our public face, but too many overestimate my role in making the league great. “It isn’t about me; it’s never been. It’s about all of you. That’s why I’m confident the league is in great hands. I can’t wait to see where the team takes the Overwatch League in 2020.”Esports Insider says: This is a significant change to the Overwatch League that comes as the league undergoes a major structural change. While Activision Blizzard has over half a year before they begin the third season, there will no doubt be some concerns as the second season wraps up. With Nate Nanzer joining Epic, we should also see some sweeping changes coming to the Fortnite World Cup in the coming years.Sign up to our newsletter!last_img read more

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Monday Pool League

first_imgJimmy’s Den B117486797324 Jimmy’s Den A1192986731229 Bootleggers A121111176354134 TeamPWLFA+/-BonusPts San Snack Bar10821005050226 Champions Bar1284978314327 Piss Bar1275968412526 Results & Standings for August 29 (week 12) Don’t Tell Mama11477392-19517 Aussie Ally’s11386798-31615 Caddy Shack1001050100-5077 Division 1 TeamPWLFA+/-BonusPts Results: Caddy Shack 5 v 10 Jimmy’s Den A,Country Road A 10 v 5 Aussie Ally’s, Devil’s Ballroom 4 v 11 CornerHouse, Don’t Tell Mama 8 v 7 Country Road Bcenter_img Country Road B10376684-18514 Celtic Tiger12578694-8722 Results: Bootleggers A 12 v 3 Happy NightBar, Celtic Tiger 10 v 5 I Love This Bar, Champions Bar 8 v 7 Piss Bar,Jimmy’s Den B 6 v 9 San Snack Bar, OK Bar 9 v 6 Bootleggers B Corner House111101105555033 OK Bar126693876523 Country Road A1183966927327 Bootleggers B123965115-50413 Happy Night Bar1211168112-44912 Devil’s Ballroom115683821520 Division 2 Woaw’s Pub105577734520 I Love This Bar112962103-41713last_img read more

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Tony Oakes reelected as Pattaya Sports Club President

first_imgPeter Malhotra Chairman of the Pattaya Sports Club Association, the governing body of the Pattaya Sports Club, congratulated President Tony and his board of directors and for their dedication to the good cause of sports and charity.“On behalf of the PSC Association committee, I wish to convey our heartfelt gratitude to all the PSC members who have collectively contributed your time, energy and resources to charity projects in our community. The Pattaya Sports Club’s main concern is to improve the health and well being of our children, which you have done without fail and with success. Your focus on giving our children a decent education is most commendable.”President Tony Oakes made his annual report followed by reports from the other committee chairmen. President Oakes said, “This has been a great year for the Pattaya Sports Club. We were very successful in terms of maintaining our membership numbers and increasing our charity work. Thank you all for your support and good work in Promoting Sports and Supporting Local Charities.”Elections were held to select the president and the board of directors for the 2011-12 year. The results showed that Tony Oakes was reelected as president for another term. Others elected to the committee were, Bobby Clark-Vice President, Paul Donahue-Secretary, Bob Lindberg-Treasurer, William Macey-Charity, Joe Mooneyham-Golf, Bjarne Nielsen-Registrar and Nigel Cannon-Social. Mike Johnston retains his seat in the Founder’s Chair. Special recognition was awarded to Past President Herbie Ishinaga who was also presented with a Life Membership in the Pattaya Sports Club. PATTAYA Saturday June 18: The Pattaya Sports Club held the Annual General Meeting this morning at the Town-in-Town Hotel attended by over 70 elective and founder members.last_img read more

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Louis Bockner documents inaugural fight of Nelson Boxing Club’s Jacob Rudkoski

first_imgWhen asked about the violence aspect he shakes it off.”It’s a sport. We’re not here to kill each other. Tell me that a six minute boxing match this weekend is going to do more damage than my buddies partying tonight.”In the bathroom of the restaurant I ask Rudkoski how he’s feeling, curious if his calm demeanor is hiding a nest of butterflies. After all, it is his first fight.”I feel good,” he says. “I’ve definitely got a bit of the nervous feeling but that’s just because I’m competitive. I get nervous before a chess match. It’s good. It keeps you sharp.”Rudkoski prepares to enter the ring        The second annual Cranbrook Eagles Boxing Club’s Charity Challenge is held in, where else, the Eagles Hall — a legion-like room filled with enough chairs and banquet tables to seat over 200 people.At one end volunteers are putting the finishing touches on the raised ring while at the other a stuffed Golden Eagle in a glass case presides over the action. Near the taxidermy watcher Rudkoski sits as Pineiro wraps his hands.The wrap is done in silent ceremony. A curt nod of approval from Rudkoski is all that is given after the completion of each fist followed by a mock hit into his palm. Satisfied coach and fighter rise along with the anticipation.Now people are filing in. Now the bell rings. Now the fights begin. The “thwack, thwack” of gloves on flesh is mirrored by fighters warming up in corners and alcoves around the room hitting pads with coaches.There is no animosity here. No intimidation or verbal aggression. Only a sense of a show, in this case put on to raise money for families in need. At the first Charity Challenge they had hoped to raise $5,000. Instead they raised $20,000.Fighters dressed in blue and red move through the crowd either in anxious, pre-fight wanderings or in post-fight glory. Even the defeated seem content, showing little signs of disappointment. After every battle there is a hug of recognition.”Respect is given all around,” Bockner tells me,” because everyone knows how hard it is.”Rudkoski is scheduled to fight tenth. His opponent, a tall, broad-shouldered man named Tyler Crew from the Southpaw Boxing Gym in Calgary, is dressed in blue trunks and sports a Mohawk.Somewhere between the seventh and eighth fight they disappear to the basement to warm up. Pads are pummeled as the final words of advice are given.”Be fast, be relaxed,” Pineiro tells him. “Basic stuff. It’s gonna be good.”Seventy-five seconds later the boxing match is over As the bell rings, Rudkoski moves almost gracefully from the red corner. The pace is different than most of the previous fights. There is no rush. They both seem to say, there is time. And then the blows begin to land.A gasp escapes from the crowd as Rudkoski lands a bone crushing shot on Crew’s shoulder, missing his head by inches. The next one finds its mark, Crew’s head snapping back as he stumbles into the corner. Rudkoski hesitates and in that moment the referee steps in, ushering Crew to the corner as blood streams down the left side of his face.The doctor is summoned and after two white medical pads are turned crimson he shakes his head. Seventy-five seconds after the opening bell the fight is stopped due to a technical knock out by injury. Rudkoski looks almost disappointed. The bubble of anticipation has burst and his record is officially 1-0.Great first fight, but now it’s time to train for the next oneOutside the car rain hammers down with tropical intensity, inside the victorious fighter once again appears calm.”It’s funny,” he says, “you do all that paperwork, you train for months and drive all that way and then it’s over in 75 seconds.”          As with most things in life, there is an ebb and flow to boxing. Moments of intense, adrenaline-fueled action are interspersed among long periods of training, waiting and anticipating.Unlike other sports there is no season or pre-season. There are no playoffs and no World Series. There is only the fight. And again, like life, it is often over before you fully realized it had begun.”Great job and have a good weekend,” Pineiro says as Rudkoski goes his separate way, “I’ll see you Monday.”A days rest is all he will get before the work begins anew. There will be no coddling or ego stroking, no time off to relish his achievement and none is expected.With the next fight already on the horizon the coach will ask for everything the fighter has and the fighter will oblige. By Louis BocknerMore than 200 people recently flocked to the Eagles Hall in Cranbrook to take in the second annual Eagles Boxing Club’s Charity Challenge.Nelson boxer Jacob Rudkoski was one of the fighters on the card, jumping into the ring for the first time.Louis Bockner was one of the 200 fight fans watching with anticipation as Rudkoski realizes his dream to box in a sanctioned event and writes this account of the Nelson Boxing Club inaugural taste of the sport.My first memories of Jacob Rudkoski are found on baseball diamonds and are preferable to the ones that came after on football fields. I consider myself lucky to have escaped the meetings of our rival high schools unscathed and now, after watching his performance as a boxer, I am forever indebted to John “Jack” Broughton who, in 1743, created weight divisions, ensuring Rudkoski and I will never be re-united in the ring.Rudkoski joined coach Jesse Pineiro and assistant coach Peter Bockner at the Nelson Boxing Club in May after several years of training as a Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter, a move instigated by a desire to refine his skills.Unlike MMA, which combines multiple fighting disciplines, he feels boxing allows him to focus on one aspect while leaving the kickboxing, wrestling jiu jitsu and muay thai in their respective fields. Now, six months later, we’re somewhere between Yahk and Cranbrook on our way to his first fight.The talk in the car centers on boxing — this fighter versus that fighter, the match ahead and the training behind. As the Nelson club’s only heavyweight he rarely finds anyone on par to spar with, a fact he believes has made him a better fighter.”Even training in MMA I rarely met guys my size,” he says. “It makes you work on speed, it makes you faster.”The Weigh InIn the basement banquet room of Cranbrook’s Sandman Hotel he strips to his underwear for the weigh in. Tipping the scale to a modest 102.1 kilograms he carries his weight lightly on legs like telephone poles. Even his head is big with a heavy-set brow and his hands resemble toaster ovens.As the room fills with people — fighters, coaches, mothers, fathers and more — glances dart around the room, hoping to discern prospective opponents. All Pineiro or Rudkoski know about his man is that he’s from Calgary and is about 100 kilograms.This narrows the field considerably as most of the fighters sitting in the lineup to see the doctor are in their teens or younger; a sign that boxing is still alive in Canada despite competition from the ever popular Ultimate Fighting Championship and major sports like soccer and hockey.  Some are lanky, some are round, some are silent, some are laughing and some look simply scared.As the doctor shines his flashlight in the pupils of a young man with a “Lethbridge Boxing Club” T-shirt the voice of Bill Watson, one of the Cranbrook Eagles Boxing Club coaches, cuts through the murmurs.”Can I have everyone’s attention?” he asks. “If you’re fighting in the blue corner you get changed and ready in the basement. If you’re in the red corner there’s a cube truck in the parking lot.”Cornerman and Trainer, Jesse Pineiro ‘At dinner the advice from coach to fighter begins to flow.”What I really want you to do is keep your hands up and finish with the left,” Pineiro says. “Do it religiously. That left brings you back defensively.”Use your punches. Nice and long and remember, keep your left up.”Although Pineiro’s amateur career record (10-5) is “kind of underwhelming” he carries with him a wealth of knowledge acquired through sparring with, and learning from, world-class fighters and coaches all over the world.In the early 2000’s he brought that knowledge back to his hometown of Nelson —  a city whose once vibrant boxing community was all but extinct.”In Nelson we’re building it from nothing,” Pineiro says. “[People] have no idea about boxing and they have little interest.”A point he and fighters like Rudkoski are hoping to change.”It’s a good thing to get into,” says Rudkoski. “It’s character building.”last_img read more

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