Woodbury Central wins Western Valley wrestling title; Hinton captures Le Mars Invitational

Woodbury Central wins Western Valley wrestling title; Hinton captures Le Mars Invitational


IDA GROVE, Iowa — Woodbury Central won the Western Valley Conference wrestling tournament Saturday as the Wildcats crowned three individual champions.

Woodbury Central finished the two-day tournament with 214 points, ahead of second-place West Monona’s 201.5.

Kingsley-Pierson was third with 180 points and Westwood was fourth with 176.5 points.

Maple Valley-Anthon Oto/Charter Oak placed fifth with 167 points, followed by Ridge View (95); OABCIG (78) and Lawton Bronson (60.5).

Woodbury Central champions included Ryder Koele at 145 pounds, Zack Butler at 152 and Kyan Schultzen at 170.

Westwood, West Monona and MVAOCOU also had three first-place winners.

Westwood winners were Jesse Burton (106); Owen Scott (120); and Jackson Dewald (195).

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West Monona champions were: Evan Meadows (138); Kaden Broer (160) and Brayden Tew (220).

MVAOCOU title winners were: TJ Nutt (126); Kolby Scott (182) and Jace Henderson (285).

Below are the results of the championship matches.

Burton (Westwood) 18-6, over Myles Beck (OABCIG) 18-4, (Dec 6-0)

Gavin Wiig (Kingsley-Pierson) 24-3, over Jaxon Prichard (Westwood) 19-5, (MD 10-2)

Scott (Westwood) 18-5, over Peyton Koster (Kingsley-Pierson) 15-11, (Fall 5:36)

Nutt (MVAOCOU) 23-2, over Levi Haggin (Kingsley-Pierson) 20-8, (MD 14-1)

Carson Seuntjens (Kingsley-Pierson) 27-2, over Brand Beaver (Woodbury Central) 25-4, (Dec 6-3)

Meadows (West Monona) 28-5, over Tyler Orzechowski (Kingsley-Pierson) 24-7 (Dec 5-4)

Koele (Woodbury Central) 25-3, over Conner Jacobson (Ridge View) 19-6, (Dec 8-2)

Butler (Woodbury Central) 24-5, over Landon Veit (OABCIG) 18-5, (Dec 8-2)

Broer (West Monona) 29-1, over Max McGill (Woodbury Central) 26-1, (Dec 5-4)

Schultzen (Woodbury Central) 15-9, over Carter Struble (West Monona) 17-7, (Dec 8-2)

Scott (MVAOCOU) 25-1, over Blase Sanford (Woodbury Central) 8-4, (Fall 2:29)

Dewald (Westwood) 24-0, over Tanner Edwards (Ridge View) 18-5, (TF-1.5 2:18 (19-4))

Tew (West Monona) 23-7, over Lane Hanke (MVAOCOU) 15-10, (Fall 5:56)

Henderson (MVAOCOU), 19-5, over Jayse Anderson (Lawton Bronson) 17-10, (TB-1 5-1)

Le March Invitation

Hinton captured the Le Mars Invitational Saturday, scoring 202 points, 4 1/2 better than second-place Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley’s 197.5.

Host Le Mars finished third with 171 points.

Fourth place through 17 hour finishes and their point totals included: Sioux Falls Lincoln (159); Sioux Center (105); West Sioux (96.5); Akron-Westfield (96); Sheldon/South O’Brien (93.5); AHSTW (85); Sibley Ocheyedan ​​(74); Western Christian (65); Cherokee (63); Bellevue (60); Sioux City East (55); Sioux City North (40); Spirit Lake Park (39): Sioux City West (30).

Below are the results of the championship matches

Josh Hoffman (Sheldon/South O’Brien) 20-2, over Evan Stahl (Hinton) 20-8, (Fall 1:03)

Cael Morrow (Akron-Westfield) 24-1, over Gabino Vargas (Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley) 21-6, (MD 8-0)

Tyler Gordon (Sioux Falls Lincoln) 22-6, over Gage Johnson (Cherokee) 14-10, (Fall 1:12)

Bentley Williams (Sioux Falls Lincoln) 23-6, over Ethan Sachau (Hinton) 13-1, (Dec 6-4)

Kade Bauer (Sioux Center) 20-5, over Mark Gant (Hinton) 25-5, (Fall 1:31)

Dawson Beyer (Sibley Ocheyedan) 25-5, over Gage Morgan (Hinton) 22-7, (Fall 4:53)

Brock Mulder (Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley) 27-2, over Keegan Kayser (Le Mars) 19-10, (Dec 3-1)

Mikey Baker (West Sioux) 21-2, over Coy De Boer (Sheldon/South O`Brien) 22-2, (Dec 6-5)

Zach Strubbe (Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley) 23-3, over Alex Allen (Le Mars) 22-6, (Dec 8-7)

Rylan DeGroot (Western Christian) 10-1, over Gabe Anderson (Hinton) 22-8, (Dec 9-3)

Jarrett Roos (Sheldon/South O`Brien) 25-0, over Jace Mulder (Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley) 24-4, (Dec 4-2)

Camden Feuerhelm (Le Mars) 22-5, over Ian Blowe (Akron-Westfield) 11-3, (Fall 3:25)

Ayden Hoag (Le Mars) 26-1, over Jack Hiland (Bellevue) 31-2, (MD 12-4)

Michael Block (Sibley Ocheyedan) 29-2, over Jesue Garcia (Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley) 20-9, (Fall 2:18)

East’s Danny Cleveland was the top finisher among the three Sioux City public high schools, placing third at 113 pounds. Cleveland, a freshman, lost the third-place match by fall to Hudson Cisar of Sioux Falls Lincoln.

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