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West Delaware wins, the Dons and Go-Hawks fall short in State Dual Finals

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DES MOINES(KWWL)--Class 3-A saw a rematch of last season as Waverly-Shell Rock looked to turn the tables on defending champ Southeast Polk --

WSR -- did well in the feature matches -- at 220 -- top ranked Braydon Wolf got a huge pin over number 2 Caleb Runyon --

then at 106 -- it's number 2 Ryder Block that picked up a 7, 6 upset of top ranked Nethaneal Jeseroga --

The Go-Hawks, however, needed a pin of Evan Yant at 152 for the title -- and he came close -- but an 8-4 decision wasn't enough -- WSR falls in an epic battle 29-26 -- and focus turns to the start of the traditional tournament tomorrow --

Eric Whitcome/WSR Head Coach, "Knowing these ten kids, what needs to be said, and where we go from here into the morning."

in 2A -- West Delaware dominated Williamsburg from start to finish --

early on at 160 -- 7th ranked Cael Meyer needed just over 3 minutes to take out Riley Holt --

number one Jared Voss followed suit with a tech fall at 170 -- it was never close as the Hawks went back to back rolling 53 to 9 --

Jeff Voss/West Delaware Head Coach, "We talked about last year for about 2 seconds and said the only expectation we have is to get better every day in practice and see how good our team can get at the end of the year. They did that every single day and did a great job."

Another huge battle in class 1A -- where Don Bosco started hot against Lisbon --

at 195 - Fischer Oohrt capped off a run of 21 straight team points with the stick of Jaimien Moore in the second period --

but Lisbon rallied -- at 132 -- top ranked Robert Avila got a last second pin on Easton Larson -- the match went to the final bout tied at 30 apiece --

and at 152 -- Marshall Hauck ends it dramatic fashion -- pinning Cael Frost to give the Lions their second title in 4 years --

Marshall Hauck/Clinched Title With Final Match Pin

"We had some huge turnarounds in the matches. We scrapped. Everyone scrapped, did what they had to do and we got it done."

Rick Coleman

Sports Director

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