Area Wrestlers Headed To The Well

by Jamie Brockman

The brackets are now set for next week’s Iowa High School State Wrestling Tournament at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, and the local area will once again be well represented on the mats.

In a Class 2A District meet at Knoxville, PCM won the team title with Carlisle second, followed by Williamsburg, Eddyville- Blakesburg-Fremont finished fourth, Grinnell sixth, Albia ninth and Chariton tenth. PCM advanced seven to state including Landon Fenton at 113lbs, Peyton Drake at 120lbs, Colby Tool at 145lbs, Cody Wallace at 152lbs, Wes Cummings at 160lbs, Jarron Trausch at 170lbs and Lucas Roland at 182lbs.

Eddyville Blakesburg Fremont will send three to state including Trestin Sales at 126lbs, Tayton Ricard at 132lbs and Sage Walker at 170lbs, who heads to state perfect at 46-0 this season. Tyler Landgrebe narrowly missed out finishing third at 113lbs. Albia’s lone qualifier is Carter Anderson at 106lbs, Chariton also qualified Reid Walters at 195lbs and Grinnell will send three including Brock Beck at 120lbs, Eli Rose at 138lbs and Camrin Stevenson at 220lbs. Also in Class 2A, Centerville finished fourth in team points behind Solon, Washington, and West Liberty, and qualified three for state including Matthew Lewis at 113lbs, Nathaniel Genobana at 120lbs and Kayden Kauzlarich at 126lbs.

In Class 1A, North Mahaska qualified three wrestlers for state. Luke Groves was champion at 170lbs, while Michael DeJong at 113lbs and Jarrett Stodghill at 145lbs also advance as runners up. Lynnville Sully and Montezuma were unable to advance any wrestlers. Other area state qualifiers in Class 1A include Mason Dye of Sigourney Keota at 113lbs, from Pekin, Zach Hammes at 138lbs and Cael Baker at 145lbs, and for Cardinal Eldon, Kade Chance at 152lbs and Dagisento Shilling at heavyweight.

The State Duals Tournament will be held Wednesday leading to the traditional State Tournament for individuals Thursday-Saturday at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines.

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