Le Mars girls wrestling takes mat at Ogden tourney | Sentinel

OGDEN — The Le Mars Neighborhood women wrestling workforce took the mat at a match hosted by Ogden on Saturday. The Bulldogs ended with a fifth place workforce end out of 26 groups with wrestlers in attendance whereas putting 4 people inside the high three of their weight courses.

The very best end of the day got here at 100 kilos as Brooklyn DeRocher was runner-up within the weight class. DeRocher began with back-to-back wins by fall, beating Livia Smith of South Tama County in 2:40 and Alexis Kolbet of Osage in 4:30. DeRocher gained her semifinal spherical match by a 7-0 choice rating over Newton’s Kylee Adams. The primary place match featured a pair of wrestlers from the northwest nook of the state as DeRocher confronted Kiara Ruiz of Spencer. The Bulldog wrestler fell 6-2 within the finals as she now has a file of 27-5, simply two wins shy of Ruiz’s 29-5 file. The 2 met within the semifinals of the Okoboji match with Ruiz successful that match by an identical rating of 7-3.

Keira Hessenius positioned third at 105. After opening with a bye, Hessenius gained by fall in 1:07 over Taylor Johannsen of South Tama County. Hessenius dropped her semifinal contest by fall in 2:34 in opposition to Reese Taylor of Algona. The Le Mars wrestler bounced again for a pair of wins, pinning Olivya Mack of East Sac County in 3:43 and Ella Hron of Ankeny in 1:34. Hessenius now has a 26-5 file this season.

Britt Hessenius added one other third place at 120. She ended up dropping simply one among her six matches on the match. She opened with a 3:34 win by fall over Laina Dettmann of Humboldt, however then was pinned within the quarterfinal spherical by Spencer’s Breanna Johnson in a time of three:05. The Le Mars wrestler rattled off wins in her subsequent 4 matches after the loss. She pinned Myla Fisher of Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire in her first comfort match in a time of 5:18. She then beat a 30-win competitor from Algona, Malyn Davis, by a 7-1 choice rating. The comfort semifinal featured a 2:41 win by fall for Hessenius over Leah Chandler of Chariton. Within the third place match, Hessenius gained by choice with a rating of 8-5 over Tegan Robertson of Ridge View. Hessenius had a 27-4 file following the match.

Riley Ernst earned bronze at 235. After opening with a bye, Ernst was knocked to the comfort aspect of the bracket with a 1:26 quarterfinal loss by fall to Humboldt’s Brooklyn Robinson. Ernst went on to have an unbeaten match the remainder of the way in which with wins by fall in her closing three contests. She beat Kinley Jimenez of South Tama County in 1:21, Ellisa Anderson of Manson-Northwest Webster in 2:13 and Melanie Martinez of Ankeny in 1:30. Ernst had a 20-9 file on the finish of the match.

Marilyn Curler (125) and Kerene Panya (145) completed in sixth place of their weight courses. The workforce’s different putting people, Desiree Breuer (170) and Savanna Salen (190), resulted in eighth place.

Staff scores: Ankeny 236.5, Osage 180, Spencer 173, Algona 125, Le Mars 116, Dallas Middle-Grimes 100, South Tama County 89, Gilbert 82, Humboldt 81, Ridge View 78, West Des Moines Valley 78, Colfax-Mingo 74, Newton 71, Manson-Northwest Webster 59, Nevada 50, South Central Calhoun 44, Emmetsburg 43, Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 38, Boone 28, Earlham 20, AGWSR 15, Pocahontas Space 15, Ballard 12, Chariton 9, East Sac County 8, Urbandale 8. 


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