Caledonia/Houston (1-0, 12-4) wrestling took on the The Clash XX in La Crosse, a huge and high-end wrestling dual meet tourney with 32 teams from across eight states. The Warriors went 4-2 overall, going 1-2 on Day 1, finishing sixth in their qualifying bracket. They then went 3-0 to win the sixth-place bracket. Braxton Lange (two falls, two majors, tech fall, decision), Tucker Ginther (fall, two tech falls, two majors, decision), Simon Seymour (four falls, two decisions), and Ayden Goetzinger (two falls, forfeit, three decisions) all went 6-0 for the tourney. GMLOS’ Cohen Wiste’s (13-0) won his third tourney title of the year, taking 138-pounds at the Tartan Tourney. Chatfield (3-1, 4-1) wrestling notched three dual wins on the week, beating La Crescent/Hokah 69-12, FCLMC 72-12, and W-K 76-3. Jayce Kiehne scored 25 points, as FC beat D-E 72-57. The Falcon boys (2-2, 5-3) have won four of five. Reid Klug hit six threes and scored 20 points, as Caledonia walloped W-K 90-57. Cayden Tollefsrud scored 20 points as M-C came back to beat Kingsland 63-59. Jayden Brink had 27 points in defeat. Isaac Stevens (21 points) and Eli Hopp (20 points) each topped 20 as Chatfield beat Triton 78-53. Jace Kraft scored 20 points, but GM fell to Schaeffer 67-44. Kingsland’s girls beat M-C 68-36 but lost to Kenyon-Wanamingo 49-44. Anika Reiland had two more big double-doubles, 20 (pts) and 15 (rebs) versus M-C, 12 (pts) and 19 (rebs) versus the K-W. GM’s girls beat Schaeffer 62-33. The Knights (4-0, 7-4) and Larks (3-0, 7-1) top the SEC-East. Madison Simon scored 20 points as FC’s girls won their third straight, beating L-O 87-14. FC scored 64 in the first half. Shea Jech scored 21 points, as Chatfield’s girls (4-1, 9-4) beat Triton 70-53. Anna Kivimagi added a point-assist double-double in the game (13 pts, 12 asts).
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