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JCC leads list of All-SWC performers

JACKSON -- A total of 11 Jackson County Central wrestlers were named to the recently-announced All-Southwest Conference team. Kyle Edlin, Paden Moore, Keegan Moore, Darick Vancura, William Baker, Cooper Moore, Pat Hanson, Alex Tewes, Brandon Pygm...

JACKSON -- A total of 11 Jackson County Central wrestlers were named to the recently-announced All-Southwest Conference team.

Kyle Edlin, Paden Moore, Keegan Moore, Darick Vancura, William Baker, Cooper Moore, Pat Hanson, Alex Tewes, Brandon Pygman, Elliot Jurries and Jordan Phibbs were each named All-SWC off the JCC team that finished as state champions this season.

Pipestone Area's Walker Kor, Alex Ossefoort, Jadon Evans, Dylan Kor, Tyler Evans and Jon Gorter were each all-conference for the Arrows.

Windom/Mountain Lake/Butterfield-Odin's Jared Willaby, Drake Borsgard, Derek Swoboda, Heath Quiring and Jared Peterson were all-conference selections from the Cobras.

From Worthington, Anthony Luft, Christian Artiga, Jared Kinley and Joey Kinley were selected to the All-SWC team.

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Gymnastics

A quartet of Jackson County Central gymnasts were selected to the All-Southwest Conference team.

Brandi Sether-Hassing, Sydnee Donelli, Courtney Donelli and Adriane Rentschler were all named all-conference for the Huskies.

Pipestone Area's Amber Haupert was all-conference, while Luverne's Gretchen Nowatzki joined her on the team.

Worthington had a pair of all-conference performers in Tara Svalland and Paige Kinley.

PA's Londyn Swenson and Shanda Bogstad were each honorable mentions, while JCC's Morgan Halverson and Worthington's Anna Koepsell were also named honorable mentions.

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