Go-Hawks and Dons continue to lead at State Wrestling

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Spots in the 1-A quarters on the line –

and Cascade’s Aidan Noonan snagged one early with a fall over Brooks Meyer at 113 – tough day for the Cyclones meanwhile – as they went oh for 5 in the quarters –

at 170 – Ethan Fulcher picked up a 9, 3 win to move to the semis – MFL Mar Mac’s Garrett Keehner edged Joel Mendoza of Eagle Grove at 220 – and a late takedown sealed a spot for Taylor Fox of East Buchanan at heavyweight –

but the team race – has almost all been wrapped up by Don Bosco – returning champ Daniel Kimball got it rolling with a pin at 120 – the Dons advanced 7 – and the big one came at 152 – Cade Tenold reversed top ranked Kaleb Krall of Wapsie Valley in the final seconds – and he was fired up after a 4, 3 upset win –

Cade Tenold/Don Bosco, 152 Pounds
“In an interview you guys took yesterday, he referred to me as some kid. Some kid. Some kid just beat him.”

Class 3A saw a solid performance from Western Dubuque – starting at 160 where Ryker Kurimski moved on with a 3, 1 win – Devin Ludwig joined him at 182 – in all – 3 Bobcats reached the semis –

while Waverly-Shell Rock continues to lead the team race – Aidan Riggins continued his stellar year with a pin at 106 –

and at 138 – Ian Heise got a big takedown in sudden victory – that one took out Southeast Polk’s Nathan Marchand as the Go-Hawks moved 5 to the semis –

Ian Heise/Waverly-Shell Rock, 138 Pounds
“I already have a good amount of confidence because the last 3 years I haven’t been able to get out of districts, so I’m just letting things fly now and that’s what helped me.”

In class 2A – West Delaware kept themselves in the team title hunt – Wyatt Voelker eeked out a win at 170 – he’s one of 2 Hawk semifinalists —

It’s 2 for New Hampton-Turkey Valley as well – that includes Mason Cleveland who upset 2nd ranked Kain Luensman of Monticello at 126 —

Union moved on a pair with wins from Jack Thomsen at 138 – and another from Adam Ahrendsen over Matthew Doyle of Independence at 152 –

but the Mustangs got a semifinalist of their own – Isaiah Weber picked up a quick pin to advance at 106 –

Isaiah Weber/ Independence, 106 Pounds
“It means a lot. I can do stuff for my town and my team and just represent.”

Rick Coleman

Rick Coleman

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