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Area wrestling: Kimball/White Lake/Platte-Geddes powers to sweep at home triangular

Wrestling teams in action on Thursday night

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PLATTE — Kimball/White Lake/Platte-Geddes finished as a double winner in a home wrestling triangular Thursday night with Parkston and Burke/Gregory.

The Wildkats had a 54-21 win over Parkston and a 53-9 win over Burke/Gregory. Parkston won the third dual, a 44-24 win over Burke/Gregory.

For KWLPG, Holden Havlik had a pair of wins for KWLPG at 182 pounds and Gavin Braun (106) had a pair of first-period pins in his matches, and Kasen Konstanz was a double winner for KWLPG. Levi Nightengale, Carter Lenz and Kameron Styles each earned a win and benefitted from an opponent forfeit.

Against Burke/Gregory, Parkston had wins in the five lowest weight classes, including pins by Gage Reichert and Kaden Holzbauer at 106 and 113 pounds. Kash Neugebauer had a technical fall at 132 pounds. Porter Neugebauer and Kolter Kramer won by decisions in the middle weights and Noah Mahoney had a third-period pin at 182 pounds.

Against Parkston, Gentry Bartling provided a Burke/Gregory highlight at 145 pounds with a first-period pinfall. Owen Hansen had a pin and Kaden Braun had a first-period pin for the Storm against KWLPG.

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MCM wins three times at Garretson

GARRESTON — McCook Central/Montrose rolled on Thursday night in dual wrestling action, defeating Garretson 72-12, Howard 54-22 and Parker by a score of 45-24.

MCM had eight wins, all by pins, in the win over the Blue Dragons, with Landon Flogstad (106), Trystan Traupel (113), Owen Schmidt (120), Dylan McGregor (132), Jackson Remmers (152), Carter Randall (160), Will Rotert (170) and Kade Grocott (195) posting pins.

Against Howard, MCM's Remmers had a pin at 145, but most of the Fighting Cougars' wins came via forfeit. Jack Neises had a pin at 152, Griffin Clubb won at 182 and John Callies (160) and Calvin Halverson (170) were winners for the Tigers.

MCM had pins from Flogstad, Traupel, Schmidt, Randall and Elliott Chase (285) against Parker. Remmers got his third win of the night with a decision, and Rotert had a 3-0 win over Jake Stone at 170 pounds that was a key decision.

Howard was swept in the three duals, with a 42-39 loss to Howard and a 52-18 loss to Parker. The middle weights were strong against Garretson, with falls from Neises, Callies, Halvorson, Clubb and Tate Miller (120) but Garretson picked up seven forfeits, including three late in the heavier weight classes.

KWLPG Triangular summaries

KWLPG 54, Parkston 21

126: Iden Myers (KWLP) over Wyatt Anderson (PARK) (Dec 8-4)

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132: Kash Neugebauer (PARK) over Hayes Havlik (KWLP) (Dec 5-4)

138: Lucas Lenz (KWLP) over Zach Vanzee (PARK) (Fall 3:35)

145: Carter Lenz (KWLP) by forfeit

152: Porter Neugebauer (PARK) over Joey Baas (KWLP) (Fall 5:21)

160: Grayson Hanson (KWLP) by forfeit

170: Kolter Kramer (PARK) over Roger Duba (KWLP) (Fall 5:00)

182: Holden Havlik (KWLP) over Noah Mahoney (PARK) (Fall 4:43)

195: Adley Reindl (KWLP) by forfeit

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220: Levi Nightingale (KWLP) by forfeit

285: Kameron Styles (KWLP) over Lane Johnson (PARK) (Fall 1:02)

106: Gavin Braun (KWLP) over Gage Reichert (PARK) (Fall 1:37)

113: Kaden Holzbauer (PARK) over Tate Surat (KWLP) (Fall 0:56)

120: Kasen Konstanz (KWLP) over Carter Sommer (PARK) (Dec 5-0)

KWLPG 53, Burke/Gregory 9

132: Iden Myers (KWLP) over Breven Bolander (BUGR) (Fall 4:54)

138: Owen Hansen (BUGR) over Lucas Lenz (KWLP) (Dec 10-5)

145: Chase Varilek (KWLP) over Gentry Bartling (BUGR) (Fall 3:22)

152: Carter Lenz (KWLP) over Mason Hood (BUGR) (MD 15-2)

160: Grayson Hanson (KWLP) over Jhett Eklund (BUGR) (Fall 5:37)

170: Kade Braun (BUGR) over Roger Duba (KWLP) (Fall 0:20)

182: Holden Havlik (KWLP) over Gunnar Stephens (BUGR) (Dec 6-5)

195: Levi Nightingale (KWLP) over Taron Serr (BUGR) (Dec 3-2)

220: Dalton Deffenbaugh (KWLP) over (BUGR) (For.)

285: Kameron Styles (KWLP) over (BUGR) (For.)

106: Gavin Braun (KWLP) over Eli Ekroth (BUGR) (Fall 0:43)

113: Tate Surat (KWLP) over Moxon Fox (BUGR) (Dec 9-4)

120: Double forfeit

126: Kasen Konstanz (KWLP) over Jackson Bauld (BUGR) (MD 11-1)

Parkston 44, Burke/Gregory 24

120: Carter Sommer (PARK) over Jackson Bauld (BUGR) (Dec 8-3)

126: Wyatt Anderson (PARK) by forfeit

132: Kash Neugebauer (PARK) over Breven Bolander (BUGR) (TF 17-2 6:00)

138: Owen Hansen (BUGR) by forfeit

145: Gentry Bartling (BUGR) over Zach Vanzee (PARK) (Fall 1:46)

152: Porter Neugebauer (PARK) over Mason Hood (BUGR) (Dec 5-2)

160: Jhett Eklund (BUGR) by forfeit

170: Kolter Kramer (PARK) over Kade Braun (BUGR) (Dec 12-5)

182: Noah Mahoney (PARK) over Gunnar Stephens (BUGR) (Fall 4:58)

195: Double forfeit

220: Taron Serr (BUGR) by forfeit

285: Lane Johnson (PARK) by forfeit

106: Gage Reichert (PARK) over Eli Ekroth (BUGR) (Fall 3:33)

113: Kaden Holzbauer (PARK) over Moxon Fox (BUGR) (Fall 0:50)

Notable Garretson Quadrangular dual

MCM 54, Howard 22

106: Landon Flogstad (MCM) over (HOWA) (For.)

113: Trystan Traupel (MCM) over (HOWA) (For.)

120: Tate Miller (HOWA) over (MCM) (For.)

126: Owen Schmidt (MCM) over (HOWA) (For.)

132: Will Oyen (MCM) over (HOWA) (For.)

138: Dylan McGregor (MCM) over (HOWA) (For.)

145: Jackson Remmers (MCM) over Karsten Hamilton (HOWA) (Fall 1:24)

152: Jack Neises (HOWA) over Tucker Peterson (MCM) (Fall 0:40)

160: John Callies (HOWA) over Carter Randall (MCM) (Dec 8-3)

170: Calvin Halverson (HOWA) over Will Rotert (MCM) (Dec 6-2)

182: Griffin Clubb (HOWA) over Logan Raap (MCM) (MD 13-5)

195: Kade Grocott (MCM) over (HOWA) (For.)

220: Austin Hoiten (MCM) over (HOWA) (For.)

285: Elliott Chase (MCM) over (HOWA) (For.)

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