Area Wrestling: 2 area girl wrestlers advance to state

Girls Wrestling Section 6 and 7 Individual Tournament

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SARTELL — Aitkin’s Madelyn Strohmayer and Wadena-Deer Creek’s Faith Koning qualified for the state tournament with second-place finishes in the girls section 6 and 7 individual wrestling tournament Saturday, Feb. 11, at Sartell High School.

Strohmayer finished second at 114 pounds while Koning was second at 132.

WDC’s Madelyn Gallant finished third at 145. Pierz’s Ava Phillips was fourth at 132 while Kaylee Endres of WDC got fourth at 114.


100: Isabelle Smith (Pierz) 1-2

114: 2-Madelyn Strohmayer (Aitkin) 3-1, 4-Kaylee Endres (WDC) 3-2

120: Cadies Leesberg (WDC) 0-2

132: 2-Faith Koning (WDC) 3-1, 4-Ava Phillips (Pierz) 2-2

145: 3-Madelyn Gallant (WDC) 3-2

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