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Tigers edge Fergus Falls matmen 39-36

Published 10:39am Friday, December 13, 2013

ST. CLOUD —The Fergus Falls wrestling team split wins with the St. Cloud Tech Tigers Thursday, but when the final score was tallied, the Tigers were able to walk away with a 39-36 Central Lakes victory.

“We are improving daily,” Otters coach Adam Schlepp said. “It is early in the season and we still need to get healthy, get in shape, and get all the rust off.”

Wrestlers Ben Schindler (132 lbs.), Spencer Sikkink (138 lbs.), Joe Wedll (145 lbs.), Dane Ringquist (170 lbs.), Gus Makovsky (182 lbs.), Abram Aho (195 lbs.) And Taylor Tenner (285 lbs.) recorded wins for the Otters at the meet.

The Otters will now take part in the Grant County Invitational in Barrett. Last season the Otters won the invite and return five top placing wrestlers from last season’s team.

 

St. Cloud Tech 39, Fergus Falls 36

106 Graham Nistler (SCT) pinned Seth Langbehn (FF) in 1:22

113 Alex Kern (SCT) won by forfeit

120 Austin Brenner (SCT) won by forfeit

126 Luke Dorn (SCT) won by decision 1-0 over Nathan Onstad (FF)

132 Ben Schindler (FF) pinned Will Kranz (SCT) in 1:17

138 Spencer Sikkink (FF) won by major decision 14-4 over Henry Nistler (SCT)

145 Joe Wedll (FF) won by major decision 10-2 over Isaac Wade

152 Jacob Johnson (SCT) pinned Joe McKeever (SCT) in 1:24

160 Cole Schreder (SCT) pinned Jake Antrim (FF) in 1:40

170 Dane Ringquist (FF) won by forfeit

182 Gus Makovsky (FF) won by forfeit

195 Abram Aho (FF) won by major decision 12-1 over Micah Mangel (SCT)

220 Justin Kilanowski (SCT) pinned Eric Tysdal in 1:19

285 Taylor Tenner (FF) pinned James Prince (SCT) in 3:13

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