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WRESTLING

Minnesota wrestler looking to become the first Division I wrestler to finish a season with a perfect bonus rate — meaning he has defeated all opponents by pin, technical fall or major decision
Steveson was named Big Ten wrestler of the year as voted by the coaches
If weather holds, a busy sports Saturday is on tap
It was a busy night in high school sports on Thursday.

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The Worthington Open wrestling tournament at Minnesota West was canceled Thursday due to threats of a snowstorm and some schools' Covid concerns.
College wrestling returns to Worthington Saturday as up to 180 wrestlers come to town.
Two thousand twenty-one. It was a year like no other, and it was a year like any other. The best of times and the worst of times, if you don’t mind Charles Dickens references.
Two Minnesota West Community and Technical football players, Tommy Lais and Kendrick Gordon, have been named to the first team of the NJCAA Division III All-American football squad.
Wrestling has been a part of Cole Hennings' life for most of his life. It’s a family sport, too. He and Tanner are twin brothers competing for the Trojans (Tanner wrestles mostly at 220 pounds). They have an older brother, Jaden, who is a WHS graduate, and Levi is a freshman.
Tuesday night high school sports roundup:

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Fans of Worthington High School winter sports have one last chance tonight (Tues, Dec. 21) to see their teams in action before the Christmas holiday break begins.
Four Worthington Trojan wrestlers placed in the Friday-Saturday Redwood River Riot wrestling tournament in Redwood Falls.
The future is brighter for the Fulda/Murray County Central wrestling program

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