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Area Wrestling: Road Crew stays unbeaten with 3 wins

Pequot Lakes/Pine River-Backus competed in the Ogilvie Quadrangular

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OGILVIE — Shaunn Reyes, Joseph Lendway and Owen Dabill all picked up their first varsity victories Thursday, Dec. 8, in the Ogilvie Quadrangular as the Pequot Lakes/Pine River-Backus Road Crew finished 3-0.

The Road Crew topped Ogilvie 60-21, Mora 43-36 and Nashwauk-Keewatin/Greenway 84-0

PL/PRB 60, Ogilvie 21

PL/PRB 43, Mora 36

PL/PRB 84, Nashwauk-Keewatin/Greenway 0

106: Trevor Holmberg 2-1

113: Parker Zutter 3-0

120: Easton Miller 2-0

126: Owen Dabill 1-1, Miller 1-0

132: Tayten Mick 1-1, Sean Kilpatrick 1-0

138: Mick 0-1, Kilpatrick 2-0

145: Shaunn Reyes 1-2

152: James Cummings 1-0, Brady Ruhl 2-0

160: Cummings 0-1, Ruhl 1-0, Chance Abraham 1-0

170: Joe Lendway 1-0, Abraham 1-1

182: Trey Tuchtenhagen 3-0

195: Corbin Knapp 3-0

220: Payton Scott 2-1

285: Riley Peters 3-0

Overall: PLPRB 5-0. Next: PLPRB at Perham Triangular 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 13.

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