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JCC crowns three champions at wrestling invite, four Trojans place

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JACKSON -- The host Jackson County Central Huskies crowned three champions en route to a second-place team score in their own Pizza Ranch Invitational wrestling meet Saturday.

Nolan Ambrose at 138 pounds, Logan Butzon at 152 and Dylan Withers at 170 won individual championships. Isaac Rodriguez (120) and Matthew Haley (195) got seconds.

There were a total of 17 teams competing in the tournament. Hutchinson accumulated the most team points, with 204.5, while JCC was second with 197.5.

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The Worthington Trojans had four place-winners. Alex Galvez was sixth at 113 pounds, Oscar Galvez was third at 126, Ethan Meyer was second at 132, and Mason Schutz was fifth at 195.

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Windom/Mountain Lake had one individual winner, Preston Xayachak at 106 pounds. Adrian/Ellsworth had a champion at 220 pounds, Jaren Winselman.

Luverne had two second-place wrestlers, DJ Rock at 160 and Sam Rock at 170. A/E’s Cameron Wieneke was second at 285.

Here are the individual champions, by weight class:

106-Preston Xayachak, Windom/Mountain Lake

113-Logan Schwanz, Hutchinson

120-Isaiah Nelson, New London-Spicer

126-Max Martin, Hutchinson

132-Brandon Bipes, Hutchinson

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138-Nolan Ambrose, JCC

145-Treyton Card, Hutchinson

152-Logan Butzon, JCC

160-Carver Rohman, Fairmont/Martin County West

170-Dylan Withers, JCC

182-Cooper Ochsendorf, Maple River

195-Hayden Vander Voort, Hutchinson

220-Jaren Winselman, Adrian/Ellsworth

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285-Craig Ashton, Aitkin

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