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State Duals, Early Rounds

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Two time defending champ Don Bosco cruised through the quarters -- and then through the semis against Logan Magnolia --

The Dons opened the match at 152 as Cael Frost needed just 72 seconds to take out Jordan Kerger -- Cade Tenold followed suit at 160 with a 61 second pin over Tanner Mace -- one of six straight falls as they rolled to the final 68-12 --

and they'll get a familiar foe -- splitting with Lisbon in the regular season -- the Lions' Peyton Angelias dropped Jeshua Cervantes early in first -- setting the tone as they rolled 54-21 --

SUPER: Tom Hogan/Don Bosco Head Coach

"It looks like it's the matchup that everbody's waiting for and expecting, and it looks like it's going to happen. We've got an opportunity here. That's what we're looking for."

SUPER: Class 2A Semifinals/Des Moines

In class 2A -- defending champ West Delaware handled Assumption in the semis -- Luke Farmer's 6-2 win at 113 put them up 30 in the meet -- Blake Engel helped put it away pinning Ethan Forker at 120 in a 54-18 win --

on the other side -- Williamsburg rallied to avenge an early season loss to Independence -- Sam Van Dee helped put it away with a pin on Caden Larson at 132 -- Raiders move to the final 44-25 --

SUPER: Grant Eckenrod/Williamsburg Head Coach

"We've had this one circled since they beat us by a point. I'm not going to lie. We've talked about it. We've reminded them of it and we were hoping to get a shot at them."

SUPER: Class 3A Semifinals/Des Moines

In class 3A -- last year's duals runner-up Waverly-Shell Rock will get another shot --

At 220 -- Brayden Wolf took out Sawyer Springer of Fort Dodge in the second period -- then at heavyweight Luke Walker did the same to Colten Munter --

one of 7 pins that sent WSR to a 51, 24 win -- and a finals date with defending champ SE Polk --

SUPER: Eric Whitcome/Waverly-Shell Rock Head Coach

"They just continue to show up and do great things. They've got a great opportunity to write themselves in to history tonight."

Rick Coleman

Sports Director

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