Area Individuals Advance To State Wrestling Tournament
Saturday, February 22nd, 2014 -- 7:15 pm
Posted by Larry Hoeser, Sports Director
Individuals advancing to State next weekend:
Mike Chadwick of Neillsville/Greenwood/Loyal takes 3rd at 138 pounds at the Amery Sectional to advance to the Individual Wrestling State Tournament next weekend in Madison. Jake Rueth of NGL finishes 3rd at 170 and also advances to State.
Other State qualifiers include:
126- 2nd Place - Sage Soppa of Abbotsford/Colby
3rd Place - Anthony Borowski of Stanley-Boyd/Owen-Withee/Thorp.
132 - 1st Place - Robert Csukker of Stanley-Boyd/Owen-Withee/Thorp.
160 - 2nd Place - Ronny Ponick of Stanley-Boyd/Owen-Withee/Thorp
182 - 3rd Place - Cody Meyer of Abbotsford/Colby
120 - 3rd Place - Austin Najbrt of Cadott
106 - 1st Place - Dylan Altmann of Auburndale
2nd Place - Sam Wenzel of Stratford
113 - 2nd Place - Anthony Glinecki of Stratford
120 - 2nd Place - Phil Sersch of Stratford
126 - 2nd Place - Alex Heiden of Stratford
145 - 1st Place - Devin Lemanski of Edgar
3rd Place - Trevor Ackman of Spencer
152 - 2nd Place - Wyatt Weiler of Auburndale
160 - 2nd Place - Connor Handrick of Edgar
182 - 2nd Place - Kamren Bornbach of Stratford
195 - 1st Place - Dondrick Tackes of Stratford
3rd Place - Wesley Dittman of Edgar
Green Bay Preble/East Sectional:
106 -1st Place - Matrix Jisko of Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln
113 -1st Place - Patrick Spray of Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln
182 -1st Place - Cody Abel of Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln
220 - 2nd Place - Beau Thompson of Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln
152 - 2nd Place - Tyler Henke of Osseo-Fairchild/Altoona/Augusta/Fall Creek
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