MVPCS, MFFACM finish 1-1 at Beresford quad


BERESFORD -- Mount Vernon/Plankinton/Corsica-Stickney split its dual meets at the Beresford quadrangular, but nearly came away with a pair of wins.

MVPCS was nipped by Beresford 39-36 in its first dual, but rebounded to top Flandreau 48-27.

Hunter Pranger won both of his matches by fall at 170 pounds, pinning Beresford’s Aden Moller in 22 seconds and Flandreau’s Kolby Peters in the first round. Cole Pranger also scored a pair of falls at 220, topping Beresford’s Landen Kroger in 1 minute, 41 seconds and Flandreau’s Chase Reed with 36 seconds remaining in the third round.

At 106 pounds Hadley Tobin pinned Beresford Brady Aasheim in 1:17 and then took down Flandreau’s Brayden Wiese in 3 minutes. Landon Boyd also earned a 15-second pin of Beresford’s Isaac Boden at 113 and Griffin Tobin pinned Beresford’s Robert Watkins in 2:10 at 120 pounds.

Marion/Freeman/Freeman Academy/Canistota/Menno also went 1-1 on the day, falling to Beresford 47-21 and cruising past Flandreau 54-24.


Keaton Prehiem won both of his matches by fall at 106. He scored a pin on Beresford’s Brady Aasheim in 4:33 and then took down Flandreau’s Dylan Christenson in the first round. Daniel Cremer also won both of his matches by pin at 152. Cremer scored a third-round fall of Beresford’s Izaak Reed in 5:22, while also pinning Flandreau’s Gary Moose in the first round.

Clayton Smith pinned Beresford’s Landen Kroger in 1:21 at 220, while also adding a forfeit win. Tim Epp pinned Flandreau’s Caleb Pitsenbeger in 3 minutes at 138.

Results for the MVPCS-MFFACM match were not reported.

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