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Area wrestling roundup: Winner Area captures Huron Invite

HURON--Winner Area had four individual winners to power a first-place finish at the Huron Tournament on Saturday. The Warriors finished with 215.5 points, while Minneota, Minnesota, took second with 171 points.

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HURON-Winner Area had four individual winners to power a first-place finish at the Huron Tournament on Saturday. The Warriors finished with 215.5 points, while Minneota, Minnesota, took second with 171 points.

Kaden Keiser (120 pounds), Wyatt Turnquist (138), Trevor Peters (152) and Sam Kruger (160) all won individual championships. Aaron Gilchrist (145), Preston Norrid (195) and Elijah Blare (220) all finished second in their weight classes.

Jack Kruger (132) and Achilles Willuweit (285) took home third-place finishes for the Warriors.

Wessington Springs/Woonsocket/Wolsey-Wessington placed fifth with 130 points. Keegan Haider won the 113-pound weight class.

Bon Homme/Avon/Scotland took sixth with 114.5 points. Josh Crownover (182) and Micah Deboer (285) both placed second.

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Howard claims second at home invite

Howard-The Howard High School wrestling team took second place at its home invitational on Saturday. The Tigers finished with 157 points. Canton won the invite with 240.5 points.

Kieffer Klinkhammer (120) and Isaac Feldhaus (182) both captured individual championships for the Tigers.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton/Corsica-Stickney placed fifth with 121 points. Jesse Hastings was the lone winner for the team as he claimed the 220-pound title.

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