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Don Bosco and West Delaware win State Dual Titles

Don Bosco and Denver locked horns in back to back year –

the Cyclones looking to knock the Dons off the throne – and Riley Wright puts ’em up out of the gate with a second period pin over Cael Frost at 138 –

but Don Bosco responded – Cade Tenold boosts Bosco in to the lead pinning Ben Foelske in the second at 152 –

then – Noah Pittman – in his senior year – holds on for a 3-2 win over Brock Farley – his first win ever over Denver’s heavyweight – and the Dons go back to back in 1A with a 48, 18 win –

Noah Pittman/Don Bosco Senior

“We’ve always set goals to win team titles. That’s all we ever wanted to do. We set a goal at the beginning of the season to bust our butts off.”

Tom Hogan /Don Bosco
Head Coach

“Our guys just, I don’t know if it was wanting it more, being ready to go. I don’t know what it was, but we put a whole meet together. It was fun to watch.”

In class 3A – second ranked Waverly Shell Rock ran in to a juggernaut against number one Southeast Polk –

the Go-Hawks got a big win at 170 as Jacob Hermann grabbed a third period pin –

but the Rams were too much Justin Brindley gets the takedown en route to a decision over Gavin Wedemeier at 182 – and the Go-Hawks finished as runner-up falling 37 to 27 –

In class 2A – top ranked West Delaware left no doubt against Solon –

195 pounds – Jordan Bries eeked out a 3, 2 win over Seamus Pointon to keep the Hawks in control –

at 106 – Blake Engell ended things early – a first period pin against Kaden Lamm –

and West Delaware wins a class 2A title 45 to 12 –

Jeff Voss/West Delaware Head Coach

“These guys have been doing this all year. They just kind of did what got them here, and kept doing it. It worked for them. I’m really proud of how far this team’s come through the course of the year. We kept getting better and better and better and I think the best is still to come.

Rick Coleman

Sports Director

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