Early December Report by Roger Mischke
Frazee wrestler Myrel Schermerhorn passed away on December 12th as a result of injuries he sustained in a car accident on November 18th. He was 17 year’s old.
SAUK RAPIDS — Matt Kruger always has loved wrestling. It’s a sport the Sauk Rapids junior always has been good at despite being visually impaired.
“It’s a physical sport,” Kruger said. “And, it’s a challenge.”
The challenge is taking on opponents who can see. Kruger says that on the mat, he really can’t see anything. Continue reading at sctimes.com
- 75th Win (school record) – Reid Lyden, East Ridge, 10th, 113 lbs
For the first time in years, southern Minnesota’s greatest wrestling rivalry goes far beyond Big Nine Conference bragging rights.
Within a newly-realigned section, this season’s Albert Lea-Owatonna dual has serious postseason implications. Continue reading at albertleatribune.com
An entire community is grieving the loss tonight of a 17 year-old Frazee Vergas student who died after a car accident last month. Continue reading at wday.com
When Mitch Bengtson clinched his title with a second-period pin in the Big Lake Invitational on Friday evening, a large banner said it all.
“Congratulations Mitch on 142 consecutive wins, new state record.” Continue reading at sctimes.com
When Maddie Stomberg told her parents she wanted to join the wrestling team, they weren’t surprised.
Sure, it might raise an eyebrow when a girl tries out for the wrestling team, but it’s not unheard of. What might really surprise people, however, is the fact that Maddie is blind. Continue reading at bemidjipioneer.com