McCook Central/Montrose boys wrestling picks up three wins at Parker quadrangular

MCM beat Parker, Howard and Garretson.

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PARKER, S.D. — The McCook Central/Montrose wrestling team won three times at the Parker quadrangular on Tuesday.

The Fighting Cougars took down Garretson 59-24, Howard 60-20 and Parker 41-33.

In the bout against Howard, MCM picked up forfeit wins at 106, 113, 120, 132, 145, 170, 220 and 285. At 126, Howard’s Conner Giedd secured a tech-fall win. Tate Miller picked up a pin for Howard at 138, but Jackson Remmers secured a victory by fall for MCM at 152. At 160, Carter Randall picked up a pin for MCM, while Howard’s Calvin Halverson won at 182 by a 2-0 decision, and Griffin Clubb won at 195 via a fall for the Tigers.

Against Garretson, the Fighting Cougars got forfeit wins at 120, 126, 132 138, 182, 195 and 220. Remmers picked up a tech-fall win at 152, while Randall and Dylan McGregor got pins at 160 and 170, respectively.

Parker picked up three forfeit victories over MCM at 138, 145 and 220, but the Fighting Cougars had three pins. Trystan Traupel (120), Logan Raap (182) and Kade Grocott (285) all won on a fall, while MCM had a forfeit win at 113 and 170 and saw Owen Schmidt (132) and Randall (160) win by decision, with Remmers (152) winning by tech fall.


Howard went 0-2-1 at the event, tying Garretson, 42-42, and falling to Parker, 51-10.

Howard got wins via falls by Karsten Hamilton at 152 and Nolan Mentele at 160 against Garretson and picked up points at 126 and 138 against Parker, when Giedd won at 126 by fall and Miller won by major decision at 138.

In the bout between Parker and Garretson, Parker won 64-17.

On the girls side, MCM’s Alexis Bryant won by pin in a match against Garretson at 126.

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