Wrestling: Schlosser becomes Warriors' career wins leader
ELK RIVER--Brainerd's Andy Schlosser won two matches Saturday at the Champlin Park Dual Meet Invitational to become the all-time wins leader in the history of the Warrior wrestling program.
ELK RIVER-Brainerd's Andy Schlosser won two matches Saturday at the Champlin Park Dual Meet Invitational to become the all-time wins leader in the history of the Warrior wrestling program.
The victories gave Schlosser 148 career wins, surpassing by two the record set by 2-time state champion Andy Pickar. Schlosser wrestled two matches at 145 Saturday and one at 152.
"Andy's a tough kid," Warriors co-head coach Mikky White said of Schlosser. "He's wrestled a long time. He's got a lot of wins and scored a lot of points for us. It's a really deserving record for him. He's worked really hard. He's a good kid to get (the record)."
Cole Kubesh won all three of his matches Saturday and Brainerd finished second in the tournament.
Team Standings: 1-Shakopee, 2-Brainerd, 3-White Bear Lake
Shakopee 81, Champlin Park 0
Brainerd 42, Maple Grove 25
White Bear Lake 52, Minnetonka 26
Shakopee 68, White Bear Lake 0
Brainerd 39, Hibbing 35
Maple Grove 66, Champlin Park 6
Shakopee 60, Brainerd 6
White Bear Lake 37, Hibbing 33
Maple Grove 40, Minnetonka 0
106: Cole Ostrowski 1-2
113: Chad Orsburn 2-1
120: Cole Kubesh 3-0
126: Kyle Patnode 2-1
132: Tucker Peterson 1-2
138: Max Boran 1-1, Blake Wgeishofski 0-1
145: Max Boran 0-1, Andy Schlosser 1-1
152: Schlosser 1-0, Tyler Wgeishofski 0-2
160: Chance Miller 1-2
170: Tate Arntson 0-3
182: Morgan Gibson 2-1
195: Logan Theodore 1-2
220: Fletcher DeRosier 0-3
Overall: B 11-7. Next: Rocori at Brainerd 7:15 p.m. Tuesday.