Bulldogs win Western Christian ladies wrestling invite
HULL — The Le Mars Neighborhood ladies wrestling staff received their opening match of the yr, outscoring six different groups on the Western Christian Invite held on Nov. 14.
“Tuesday we went as much as Western Christian to a match there, ended up first, sort of by quite a bit,” Le Mars head coach Greer Milledge stated. “I used to be impressed with a few of our particular person outcomes and as a staff, that’s superior. We wish to get first. We wish to win these.”
The Bulldogs had three people win their respective weight courses on the occasion.
Keira Hessenius, listed within the preseason rankings at 110 kilos by the Iowa Wrestling Coaches & Officers Affiliation, competed within the 115-pound weight class and received her three matches to take the title. She pinned Kalli Horner of Sheldon/South O’Brien in 33 seconds, received by fall in 1:46 over MOC-Floyd Valley’s Valery Nuno after which claimed the primary place match by fall in 5:48 over Cora Schut of Sioux Heart.
Britt Hessenius received the 120-pound weight class. After a quarterfinal spherical bye, she pinned her semifinal and championship spherical opponents. She received by fall in 1:08 over Daisy Lopez of Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley earlier than pinning Avery Beisell of Spirit Lake Park in 2:12.
Autumn Olsen added the staff’s different title at 140 kilos. She acquired a bye within the quarterfinals earlier than pinning her semifinal and first place match opponents. She received in 1:54 over Ashley Macedo of Sioux Heart earlier than taking a 5:27 win over Cameron Halbur of Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley.
A number of different Le Mars wrestlers took second place. Riley Ernst (235) and Savanna Salen (190) cut up their round-robin format weight class matches.
At 170, Desiree Breuer completed second after falling 4-0 within the first place match to Addaly Miller of MOC-Floyd Valley. Breuer pinned her first two opponents, Emma Erickson of MOC-Floyd Valley (0:31) and Eva Krogman of Sheldon/South O’Brien (1:24).
Kerene Panya was runner-up at 155. After a quarterfinal spherical bye, she pinned Brycelyn Schwebach of MOC-Floyd Valley in 48 seconds within the semifinals. Going up a unique MOC-FV wrestler within the finals, she was pinned in 21 seconds by Kasee Huss.
Kirsten Ritz took second at 110, however there have been solely two wrestlers in that class. She misplaced by fall twice to Joley Schmahl of Spirit Lake Park.
Brooklyn DeRocher (100), Madison Cook dinner (105), Kirsten Tyler (115), Madalyn Johnson (125), Marilyn Curler (130) and Kailyn Harry (235) had third place finishes for the Bulldogs.
Milledge stated there have been some issues to enhance on, however stated it was a great begin to the season.
“Thus far I believe we’ve been wrestling fairly nicely,” Milledge stated. “Nonetheless, there are some main issues we have to get higher at. It was sort of a great way to point out the place we’re at when it comes to conditioning. That’s one thing we’ve acquired to be higher at. We have now to be higher conditioned.”
Group scores: Le Mars 198, MOC-Floyd Valley 139, Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 110, Spirit Lake Park 95, Sioux Heart 60, Sheldon/South O’Brien 52, Western Christian 31.
Group competes at Ridge View Invitational
HOLSTEIN — The Le Mars Neighborhood ladies wrestling staff competed on the Ridge View Invitational on Saturday.
Brooklyn DeRocher had the very best end for the staff as she received the 100-pound weight class. After a primary spherical bye, she went on to pin her subsequent three opponents. She pinned Jazz Christensen of SWAT Valkyrie in 1:31, received by fall in an analogous 1:22 time towards Lexi Larrabee of Sergeant Bluff-Luton after which claimed the title with a 2:31 pin towards Ridge View’s Lauren Siegner.
Keira Hessenius was the runner-up within the 115-pound weight class. After beginning with a bye, she pinned Ridge View’s Jadyn Friedrichsen in 1:32. In a aggressive semifinal spherical match, Hessenius received a 10-7 resolution over Sioux Heart’s Cora Schut. Within the first place match, the Le Mars wrestler was pinned in 3:05 by Molly Sek of Sioux Metropolis North, the defending state runner-up within the weight class.
Britt Hessenius claimed third place within the 120-pound class. After starting the bracket with a bye, she ended up shedding by fall within the quarterfinal spherical in 2:14 towards Aazilynn Felix of Manson-Northwest Webster. After the loss, she rebounded to assert all of her remaining contests. She pinned Quincy Sorensen of SWAT Valkyrie in 1:19 earlier than profitable by fall in 2:54 towards Andy Barwin of Fort Dodge. The comfort semifinal featured a 2:00 win by fall for Hessenius over Natalie Sanchez of Sioux Metropolis West. The third place match was a battle between Hessenius and Bryli Blunk of Ridge View. Tied on the finish of regulation, Hessenius received a sudden victory by a 4-2 rating.
Savanna Salen made it to the third place match, however misplaced by fall in 40 seconds to Lewis Central’s Kalen Westerfield to take fourth. Salen received by fall in 1:53 over Eva Wendt of Sergeant Bluff-Luton and pinned Jolyssa Rodes Perez of Sioux Metropolis West in 4:19. She misplaced a semifinal spherical match by fall in 2:11 to Spencer’s Kaylee Nachtigal.
Kirsten Tyler (Sixth-115), Desiree Breuer (Sixth-170), Madyson Cook dinner (Seventh-105), Kerene Panya (Seventh-155) and Riley Ernst (Eighth-235) have been the staff’s different varsity wrestlers.
Group scores: Ridge View 163, SWAT Valkyrie 161, Spencer 157, Fort Dodge 142, Lewis Central 140.5, Le Mars 100, Riverside 100, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 88, Glenwood 83, Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 70, South Central Calhoun 67, Manson-Northwest Webster 60, Sioux Metropolis West 48, Sioux Heart 41, Sioux Metropolis North 41, Kuemper Catholic 32, Logan-Magnolia 32, Sheldon/South O’Brien 26, Woodbine 22, Pocahontas Space 13.