Trojan wrestlers do well in Milbank

We are part of The Trust Project.

MILBANK, S.D. -- The Worthington High School varsity wrestling team made some dents against South Dakota schools Saturday in the Milbank Tournament.

Worthington lost to Harrisburg by a 40-24 score but beat Lennox 63-15, Milbank 49-24 and Sioux Falls Washington 53-22.

In the Harrisburg match, Trojans Ethan Meyer (106 pounds), Damon Schutz (145), Jaden Hennings (152), Kent Lais (160), Cole Hennings (220) and Kyle Mullaney (285) earned on-mat wins. Meyer won 2-1, Schutz 3-1, Jaden Hennings 8-2 and Lais 8-4. Cole Hennings and Mullaney won by falls.

Against Lennox, Worthington’s Meyer (106), Vincent Vander Kooi (113), Oscar Galvez (120), Schutz (145), Jaden Hennings (152), Lais (160), Juan Guizar (170), Thomas Lais (182), Tanner Hennings (195), Cole Hennings (220) and Mullaney (285) were victorious. Schutz, both of the Laises, all three Hennings, and Mullaney pinned their opponents. Mullaney dispatched his opponent in just 24 seconds.

Against Milbank, Meyer (106), Galvez (113), Oliver Ortiz Perez (120), Schutz (145), Jaden Hennings (152), Kent Lais (160), Thomas Lais (182) and Cole Hennings (220) prevailed in their matches. Mullaney won by forfeit. Galvez, Schutz, both Hennings and both Laises pinned opponents.


And against Sioux Falls Washington, Worthington wins were turned in by Meyer (106), Galvez (113), Zayden Abdulrahman (126), Schutz (145), Jaden Hennings (152), Kent Lais (160), Tanner Hennings (195), Cole Hennings (220) and Mullaney (285). Keeping up with the trend, all but Galvez won by fall.

What To Read Next
Adrian/Ellsworth junior Jaren Winselman is a state tournament-level wrestler hoping to get back this year to the big event
Tuesday night high school sports roundup:
WORTHINGTON – The Worthington Trojans gymnastics team cruised to a team score of 141.025 in a three-team meet on Tuesday night. Competing against WHS was Blue Earth Area with a score of 126.775 and Marshall with 120.25.
Trojans play well on offense and defense in win over Big South rivals