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Wrestling: Warriors have 2 champions at Mound Westonka

Brainerd wrestling at Mound Westonka Feb. 11

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MINNETRISTA — Easton Dircks went 4-0 with two pins to capture first place at 113 for the Brainerd Warriors as they finished in fourth place as a team at the Leopold Haglund Invitational Friday, Feb. 11.

Gabe Wagner finished in first place at 152 after finishing 3-0 with two pins.

Dalton Barrett finished second with a 2-1 record with two pins.

Isaiah Germann, Cade Ostrowski and Isaiah Jillson all grabbed third place finishes for the Warriors.

Team scores: 1-Wayzata 218, 2-Waconia 213.5, 3-Prior Lake 166.5, 4-Brainerd 141.5, 5-Buffalo 108, 6-Hibbing 108, 7-Monticello 83.5, 8-Eastview 81, 9-Mound-Westonka 64.5, 10-Orono 52

106: 7-Landon Elling 1-2

113: 1-Easton Dircks 4-0, Dossidy Fleischacker 0-2

120: 3-Isaiah Germann 2-1, Cale Ostrowski 0-3

126: 3-Cade Ostrowski 2-1

132: 8-Elijah Germann 1-2

138: 4-Hunter Bergin 1-2

145: 3-Isaiah Jillson 2-1

152: 1-Gabe Wagner 3-0

160: 6-Damien Bentho 1-2

182: 5-Shane Carlson 1-1

195: Carson Faehnrich 0-2

220: Titus Thompson 0-3

285: 2-Dalton Barrett 2-1

Next: Brainerd at St. Cloud Tech in Section 8-3A Team Quarterfinals 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 16.

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Easton Dircks
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Gabe Wagner

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