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Prep wrestling: JCC gets in win column; Adrian rolls

DAILY GLOBE CANBY -- Jackson County Central got the monkey off its back Thursday when it earned its first wrestling victory since Dec. 8.After starting the season 1-1, the Huskies had dropped nine straight duals heading into Thursday's nonconfere...

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CANBY - Jackson County Central got the monkey off its back Thursday when it earned its first wrestling victory since Dec. 8.
After starting the season 1-1, the Huskies had dropped nine straight duals heading into Thursday’s nonconference contest against Canby. JCC had to forfeit three of the last four weight classes, but scored enough early to take a 39-36 win.
A key in preserving the win was the return of Class A No. 1-ranked 182-pounder Keegan Moore to the lineup. After missing considerable time the last two weeks, Moore was there at 195 against Canby and earned a pin in just one minute. That put the match out of reach at 39-24 with two JCC forfeits on the way.
The Huskies took full control early. Cole Kapplinger(113), Justin Heckard (120), Zach Poelaert (126) and Luke Pygman (160) all had pins as the visitors jumped out to a 33-12 advantage before the Lancers began to come back.
Adrian 74, W/ML 0
WINDOM - It was all Adrian Thursday in a nonconference contest against Windom/Mountain Lake.
Literally.
The Dragons pitched the rare shutout in a 74-0 thrashing of the Cobras.
Beau Bullerman (106), Greg Kern (120), Marshall Taylor (138), Michael Preuss (160), Mitchell Wagner (195) and Dylan Gyberg all won by fall for Adrian.
Marshall Triangular
MARSHALL - The Pipestone Area wrestling team tripped two opponents in Marshall Thursday night, taking down the host Tigers 41-33 and also the Luverne Cardinals 39-37.
Arrows Hunter Burnett (106 pounds), Michael Suda (126), McKinley Bush (160) and Garrett Ploeger (170) earned pins in the Marshall match, with Ploeger’s coming in just 19 seconds.
Pipestone Area won the last two weight classes against Luverne by forfeit. Eric Lange (fall at 103), Suda (fall at 120), Jesse Fenton (decision at 152) and Ploeger (fall at 170) won for PA. Riley Baker (decision at 126), Jed Dooyema (fall at 132), Jake Haugen (fall at 138), Adam Fodness (major decision at 145), Solomon Nielsen (3:57 fall over Bush at 160), Zach Luke (fall at 182) and Jakob Olson (fall at 195) won on the mat for LHS.
Minneota 59, TMB/W-WG 6
TRACY - Class A No. 1-ranked Minneota took command and never really let up Thursday in a 59-6 win over Tracy-Milroy-Balaton/Westbrook-Walnut Grove.
The Vikings won at all but one of the 14 total weight classes.
The Panthers picked up their victory at 152 pounds, Class AA No. 2-ranked 145-pounder Logan Axford pinned his opponent in only 23 seconds.
W/RRC 58, Paynesville 9
PAYNESVILLE - Wabasso/Red Rock Central fell behind early, but won each of the last 11 matches Thursday in a 58-9 beatdown of Paynesville.
The Bobcats were looking at a 9-6 deficit before scoring the final 52 points of the match.
Tyson Doubler (132), Brakken Bierl (145) and Cody Coulter (285) all earned wins by fall for the Class AA No. 10-ranked Bobcats.
CL/G-LR Triangular
ROCK RAPIDS, Iowa - Sibley-Ocheyedan wrapped up the Siouxland Conference team title on Thursday with a sweep at the Central Lyon/George-Little Rock Triangular.
The Generals knocked off Sioux Center 58-15 before a 47-25 win over the rival Lions. CL/G-LR went 0-2 on the evening with a 42-33 loss to the Warriors.
In the night’s marquee matchup, Dylan Schuck (145 pounds), Kyle Green (152) and Garrett Sayler (160), all got first-period pins to put S-O on top 18-10. Trent Kruger (170) followed with a technical fall to make it 23-10.
After CL/G-LR’s Matt Matuska won by forfeit at 182, Austin Winkel earned a pin at 195 to make it a one-point dual at 23-22. Matt Naig (285) gave the Generals some breathing room with a win by fall. Jordan Klein’s pin at 113 sealed it.
Klein (113), Zak Stanton (120), Pedro Rodriguez (138), Schuck (145), Green (152), Sayler (160), Kruger (170) and Trevor Kruger (195) all got pins for S-O in its win over Sioux Center.
Falls by Dylan Sprock (138), Treyton Virtue (152), Kolton Bus (170) and Winkel (195) helped the Lions grab a 27-12 lead over Sioux Center, but a 30-point run for the Warriors put it out reach.
Sheldon/South O’Brien Triangular
SHELDON, Iowa - Sheldon/South O’Brien came out on the losing end of both of its home matches Thursday evening.
The Orabs lost 59-21 against West Lyon and 40-24 at the hands of West Sioux.
Jake Roos had a pair of wins by fall for the Orabs. He stuck Jayd Payne of West Lyon in 4:44 before needing only 56 seconds to beat West Sioux’s Cole Maxson.

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