Mitchell wrestling state champion Jagger Tyler repeats as all-ESD performer

Tyler capped his prep career with back-to-back state titles at 145 and 152 pounds, finishing with a 79-5 record across his final two seasons.

Mitchell's Jagger Tyler holds out two fingers to signify his two state titles as his other arm is raised after winning the Class A 152-pound state championship match on Friday, Feb. 24, 2023 at the Summit Arena in Rapid City.
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MITCHELL — After repeating as an individual state wrestling champion, Mitchell’s Jagger Tyler was named to the all-Eastern South Dakota Conference honor squad, announced in a release on Monday.

Tyler, who won the Class A 145-pound title as a junior in 2022, claimed the 152-pound championship to cap his prep career. The Dakota Wesleyan wrestling signee went 79-5 over his final two seasons as a Kernel, including a 42-3 mark this season, earning all-conference recognition both times.

As a team, Mitchell finished seventh out of nine teams in the conference team dual standings at 2-6. Brandon Valley topped the conference at 8-0 and had seven individual all-conference honorees, as did Pierre.

Eastern South Dakota Conference all-conference team
Mason Schrempp, Aberdeen Central
Rayden Zens, Aberdeen Central
Alex Mentzer, Brandon Valley
Brendon Oehme, Brandon Valley
Jordon Oehme, Brandon Valley
Trason Oehme, Brandon Valley
Trevon Oehme, Brandon Valley
Navarro Schunke, Brandon Valley
Lucas Slack, Brandon Valley
Tyson Brandt, Brookings
Nolan Miles, Brookings
Jack Detert, Harrisburg
Dylan O’Connor, Harrisburg
Logan O’Connor, Harrisburg
Moses Gross, Huron
Jagger Tyler, Mitchell
Elijah Boutchee, Pierre
Chance Carda, Pierre
Deegan Houska, Pierre
Trey Lewis, Pierre
Alex Oedekoven, Pierre
Joshua Rydberg, Pierre
Tristan Spencer, Pierre
Weston Everson, Watertown
Micah Hach, Watertown
Sloan Johannsen, Watertown
Braden Le, Watertown
Gage Lohr, Watertown

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