Area wrestling roundup: Parkston splits two at home triangular

Trojans earn 39-31 win over Dell Rapids

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PARKSTON -- Parkston split a pair of matches at its home triangular on Thursday. The Trojans defeated Dell Rapids (39-31) and lost to West Central (39-37).

Against Dell Rapids, Parkston’s Gage Reichert (106 pounds), Noah Mahoney (160) and Logan Heidinger (170) each recorded victories. Reichert and Mahoney won via pin, while Heidinger scored a 6-0 decision.

Against West Central, Parkston’s Carter Somner (120), Landon Sudbeck (132), Gabe Neugebauer (138), Heidinger (170) and Lane Johnson (195) each won via pin. Porter Neugebauer (126) won by a 12-0 major decision, while Wyatt Anderson (113) won by a 3-2 decision over West Central’s Jude Jarding.

WSWWW takes two at Redfield Triangular

REDFIELD -- Wessington Springs/Woonsocket/Wolsey-Wessington split a pair of matches at the Redfield Triangular on Thursday. WSWWW lost to Redfield (62-15) and defeated Miller/Highmore-Harrold (46-29).

Against Redfield, Keegan Haider (160 pounds) and Quinton Christensen (285) picked up the lone wins for WSWWW. Haider won by a 3-2 decision, while Christensen picked up a pin.


Against Miller-Highmore/Harrold, Joey Hoverson (132) and Brayden Labore (145) picked up pins. Haider (152) earned a 9-1 major decision for WSWWW.

Wagner falls to Vermillion in dual action

WAGNER -- Vermillion used six pins to top Wagner, 60-21, in a dual wrestling match on Thursday.

Vermillion’s Hayden Schroeder (106 pounds), Michael Roob (113), Nick Roob (132), Caleb Emerson (152), Jack Kratz (170) and Zach Brady (285) each picked up pins.

For Wagner, Bradyn Lhotak picked up an 18-1 technical fall win in his 138-pound match. Riley Roberts (145) and Nolan Dvorak (182) each won their matches via pin.

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