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AGH wrestlers 2nd at S-O tourney

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

AGH 171-pounder Austin Todd
SIBLEY - A tough nine-team field, including several teams from the Chronicle Times coverage area, competed Saturday in the Sibley-Ocheydan Invitational Wrestling Tournament.

Graettinger-Terril, ranked fourth in the state in a pre-season poll, took home the team championship with 192 points. Aurelia/Galva-Holstein placed second with 179 points, edging the host Sibley-Ocheydan Generals, who totaled 175 points. MMC was fourth (140.5), Sheldon-South O'Brien fifth (125.5), and Cherokee Washington placed ninth, with 56 points.

Other schools competing were West Lyon, MOC- Floyd Valley ,and Alta.

Mike White was the lone champion for AGH at 140 pounds.

AGH Coach Scott Phelps felt his team gave a good effort all day and were in many tight, hard-fought matches. Nine AGH wrestlers finished in the top three, and Phelps noted that AGH is "still trying to solidify our line-up. We are seeing progress and improving as we head to the Christmas break."

AGH will wrestle Woodbury Central and Westwood in Maple Valley Conference action Thursday at Moville.

AGH results:

112- Alex Helmich, G-T, pinned Ryan Donahoo in 3:30 for the championship.

125 - Mitch Erdman, MMC, beat Adam Parker, 6-0, for the championship.

130 - Steve White, AGH, beat Blaine Dammann, MMC, 3-1, for third place.

135 - Kyle Yearous, AGH, pinned Danny Ridenour, S-SOS, in 1:46 for third place.

140 - Mike White, AGH, beat Tory Johnson, MMC, 3-2, for the championship.

145 - Andrew Perry, AGH, pinned Brandon Ackerman, S-O, in 4:50, for third place.

152 - Brian Block, S-O, beat Bryce Dean, 5-4, for the championship.

160 - Josh Schwanz, AGH, went 1-2 and didn't place.

171 - Austin Todd, AGH, pinned Matt Jurgens, S-O, in 2:56 for fifth place.

189 - Jared Enderton, G-T, beat Daniel Borchers 7-4 for the championship.

215 - Steven Rupp, AGH, went 0-2 and didn't place.

Hwt - Paul Lundgren, MOC-FV, pinned Adam Dreeszen in 3:15 for the championship.

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