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SECTION 6-1A WRESTLING: Two from W-DC, two from B-H/V advance to state

BARRETT — Tony Reurink was the 220-pound champion and teammate Mitch Steffens took second at 113 for the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines in the Section 6-1A individual tournament Saturday.

Dillon Card at 182 and Colin Turchin at 285 were champions for the Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale Raiders.

All four advance to the 1A state tournament Friday and Saturday.

Championship results

106: 1st-Cameron Sykora (Border West), 2nd-Conrad Kondos (Breckenridge), 4th-Justin Gordon (BHV) 5th-Tristin Godel (WDC).

113: 1st-Shane Novak (New York Mills), 2nd-Mitch Steffens (WDC).

120: 1st-Stuart Brandt (Barnesville), 2nd-Jesus Romero (Pelican Creek), 4th-Sam Waln (WDC), 6TH-Marshall Willis (BHV).

126: 1st-Gus McCarthy (Border West), 2nd-Tyler Ehnert (New York Mills), 3rd-Devin Barthel (WDC).

132: 1st-Zach Matthys (Ottertail Central), 2nd-Rylee Anderson (Barnesville), 3rd-Josh Lawson (WDC).

138: 1st-Maison Roberts (New York Mills), 2nd-Seth Hirsch (Barnesville), 4th-Hayden Truax (BHV).

145: 1st-Josh Stuchrenberg (Breckenridge), 2nd-Hunter Olson (Barnesville), 3rd-Dakota Finck (BHV).

152: 1st-Kyle Martineau (West Central Area), 2nd-Nick Satfford (Border West), 6th-Jacob Ludovissie (WDC).

160: 1st-Stephan Erlandson (Breckenridge), 2nd-Austin Maanum (Border West), 4th-Nick Bennett (BHV).

170: 1st-Josh Harris (Barnesville), 2nd-Cole Praus (Breckenridge).

182: 1st-Dillon Card (BHV), 2nd-Greg Erlandson (Breckenridge)

195: 1st-Tyler Schlosser (Parkers Prairie), 2nd-Charlie Maanum (Border West), 4th-Andrew Bounds (BHV).

220: 1st-Tony Reurink (WDC), 2nd-Kyle Johnson (Barnesville), 4th-Dalton Baker (BHV).

285: 1st-Colin Turchin (BHV), 2nd-Max Carlson (New York Mills)

Next: B-H/Verndale, Wadena-Deer Creek in Class 1A individual state tournament, 11 a.m. Friday, Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul.

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