Al and Josh have a fun one and give a sneak peek at the first-ever MSHSL girls team rankings and cover everything from college National Duals, The Clash, and the upcoming The Brawl youth tournament, as well as The Rumble, The Cheesehead, and the upcoming super quad/tri!
Listen to the latest episode of the Minnesota Wrestling Round Table Podcast brought to you by KNUJ Radio out of New Ulm, Minn. Join Jim Bartels, and his guests, Larry ‘The Sodbuster’ Baumgardt, Chad Johnson, Cathy Koob, and Adam Bartels.
NYWA, Maple River Youth Wrestling, and Centennial Youth Wrestling are excited to announce the 1st Annual King of the North vs. King of the South youth team competition. The qualifying K-6th grade team tournaments will be held in Maple River HS (South) on January 14th, 2023, and Centennial HS (North) on January 15th, 2023. The top team from each event qualifies to wrestle each other before the Minnesota Gopher and Iowa Hawkeye dual on February 3rd, 2023, at Maturi Pavillion in Minneapolis.
Anoka, Minnesota native Brandon Paulson is a wrestling-lifer. One of the brains behind one of the most successful youth and high school wrestling clubs in the country (PINnacle Wrestling School) along with Jared Lawrence, Paulson hasn’t spent much time away from wrestling mats during his life. An All-American at Minnesota and a 1996 Olympic silver medalist in Greco-Roman wrestling, Paulson is versed in every aspect of wrestling. He’s also watching his own kids excel on the football field and on the college gymnastics world.
Buesgens, Hanson, Han-Lindemyer, Novak, and Robideau place
Stillwater wrestler Ryder Rogotzke won a title at the Super 32 Challenge held on October 15-16 in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Rogotzke, who also won this prestigious tournament at 182-pounds a year ago, entered the tournament ranked #7 in the nation at 182 pounds by Flowrestling. He won the 182-pound bracket with a 6-4 decision over #6 Tate Naaktgeboren of Iowa in the finals. To reach the finals, Rogotzke had wins over #19 CJ Walrath in the quarterfinals and #5 AJ Heeg in the semifinals.
63 wrestlers attended the 31st Annual Greg Schwartz Memorial Wrestling Camp in Paynesville, Minn., on June 13-15.
Wrestlers came from the communities of Paynesville, Brooten, Belgrade, Elrosa, Osakis, New London-Spicer, Starbuck, Pennock, Forest Lake, Sauk Centre, Beardsley, Graceville, Kensington, and Dallas, TX.
Camp Clinicians were Hunter Burnett, Roger Kish, Kris Nelson, and Cam Sykora.
Listen to the latest episode of the Minnesota Wrestling Round Table Podcast brought to you by KNUJ Radio out of New Ulm, Minn. Join Jim Bartels, and his guests, Larry ‘The Sodbuster’ Baumgardt, Chad Johnson, Cathy Koob, Chuck Albrecht, and Adam Bartels.
Topics discussed in this episode include MWCA Hall of Fame inductees, high school rankings and state preview, interview with NYWA’s Curt Olson, college wrestling, girls high school state tournament, and an interview with St. Cloud State Steve Costanzo.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – Today, J Robinson Intensive Camps, the largest wrestling camp system in the nation, announced the permanent closure of all summer camps. The COVID-19 virus and ensuing pandemic forced business operations to halt in 2020 and 2021, resulting in a devastating financial impact on the company’s ability to relaunch.
Founded in 1978 by National Wrestling Hall of Fame member J Robinson, the legendary camps trained over 60,000 wrestlers with a unique philosophy focusing on physical preparation, mental toughness, and life skills development.