Wrestling: Dircks 4-0 for Warriors

The Brainerd Warriors competed in the Rick Lee

Easton Dircks.

BEMIDJI — Easton Dircks went 4-0 with four pins for the Brainerd Warriors during Day Two of the Rick Lee Memorial Tournament Saturday, Jan. 14.

Isaiah Jillson also went 4-0 for the Warriors who fell to Thief River Falls 45-29, Long Prairie-Grey Eagle 49-21, Frazee 56-19 and Bemidji 55-21.

Brainerd’s Isaiah Germann finished 3-1 with three pins

Thief River Falls 45, Brainerd 29

Long Prairie-Grey Eagle 49, Brainerd 21

Frazee 56, Brainerd 19

Bemidji 55, Brainerd 21

106: Jackson Berhow 2-2

113: Dossidy Fleischhacker 0-4

120: Jaxson Derosier 0-4

126: Cade Ostrowski 2-2

132: Easton Dircks 4-0

138: Isaiah Germann 3-1 3 pins

145: Hunger Bergin 0-2, Elijah German 1-1

152: Isaiah Jillson 4-0

160: Open

170: Open

182: Shane Carlson 2-1

195: Open

220: Open

285: Titus Thompson 0-3

Overall: B 3-13. Next: Brainerd hosts Moorhead 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17.

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