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South Dakota State University head wrestling coach Chris Bono announced Thursday that two high school standouts have signed a National Letter of Intent, indicating they will enroll in the fall and continue their wrestling pursuits with the Jackrabbits.
FARGO, N.D.–North Dakota State University head coach Roger Kish announced today that 15 student-athletes will attend NDSU and join the Bison wrestling program in the fall of 2015.
Worthington — Carson Hagen’s road to high school wrestling success was paved with some disappointment. But it only made him stronger, more determined and, ultimately, even more successful.
On Wednesday, Hagen — the son of former Worthington High School standout Bryan Hagen — signed a National Letter of Intent to wrestle for North Dakota State University in Fargo, N.D. In choosing NDSU, he bypassed considerations from such schools as Augustana, Minnesota State University-Mankato, Augsburg and Wyoming, the latter where his father continued his wrestling career after graduating from WHS in 1984. Continue reading at www.dglobe.com
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Wrestling has always been a rewarding participant sport for Bloomington native Carl Maiers.
Richfield High School head coach Carl Maiers discusses strategy with one of his wrestlers this past season. Maiers is a former Bloomington Kennedy wrestler who just completed his first year as the Spartans’ head coach. (Sun Current staff photo by John Sherman)
Richfield High School head coach Carl Maiers discusses strategy with one of his wrestlers this past season. Maiers is a former Bloomington Kennedy wrestler who just completed his first year as the Spartans’ head coach.
Maiers broke into wrestling while competing in the Bloomington Athletic Association’s (BAA) youth program and eventually earned a spot on the Kennedy varsity team under the guidance of head coach Chuck Vavrosky. He earned four varsity letters before graduating from KHS. Maiers went on to compete for the University of Minnesota-Duluth wrestling club team. Continue reading at current.mnsun.com
A long time ago — 31 years to be exact — the Chatfield wrestling team didn’t travel by bus to away meets, instead piling into two station wagons.
New head coach Joel Viss wasn’t fond of that. “I was told if I wanted a bus, my best shot was to get my license and drive it myself,” Viss said.
And that’s exactly what Viss did. Continue reading at postbulletin.com