Ridgewater Duals

Ridgewater 37, Itasca 9
125: Lonny Booshu, R, pin Ryan Pryzbylski 4:01
133: Nate Friederich, R, pin Frank Smith 2:38
141: Javier Portillo, R, pin Matt Dunlap 4:53
149: Josh Anderson, R, won by forfeit
157: Ryan Krause, R, maj Alex Flanagan 14-0
165: Conner Monk, I, pin Trevor Krueger 5:24
174: Travis Peralta, R, dec Blake Menard 8-2
184: Nick Dahl, R, dec Ian Pratt 5-2
197: Cully Butterfield, I, dec Aaron Samuelson 11-4
Hwt: Derek Carlson, R, dec Luke Carlson 2-1

Ridgewater 27, Minot State 19
125: Kellen Zietz, M, pin Lonny Booshu 2:06
133: Nate Friederich, R, pin Samuel Loggins 3:18
141: Javier Portillo, R, pin Deon Buhl 6:49
149: Jon Wilson, M, maj Josh Anderson 16-3
157: Jacob Hoffart, M, dec Ryan Krause 6-4
165: Trevor Krueger, R, dec Hunter Field 5-1
174: Travis Peralta, R, dec Cris Molina 8-3
184: Luke Michaelson, M, pin Nick Dahl 4:38
197: Aaron Samuelson, R, dec Ryan Kamrowski 5-2
Hwt: Derek Carlson, R, won by forfeit

Ridgewater 37, St. John’s JV 7
125: Lonny Booshu, R, maj Manny Livingstone 17-4
133: Nate Friederich, R, pin Gabe Dragt 4:44
141: Javier Portillo, R, maj Aaron Padrnos 16-8
149: Ryan Arne, S, maj Josh Anderson 11-2
157: Brandon Sepplet, S, dec Ryan Krause 13-8
165: Trevor Krueger, R, pin Charlie Kirscht 6:11
174: Travis Peralta, R, tcfl David Radermacher 21-6
184: Nick Dahl, R, dec Aaron Brasket 7-3
197: Aaron Samuelson, R, dec Riad Abu-Smail 5-2
Hwt: Dylan Shequen, R, pin Paul Plomblom 4:31

Auggie-Brute-Adidas Open

MINNEAPOLIS — The defending NCAA Division III national champion Augsburg College wrestling team opened its season with a strong performance at its Auggie-Brute-Adidas Open on Saturday at Si Melby Hall, with four individual champions and 23 individual placewinners in the event. The Auggie-Brute-Adidas Open featured more than 500 wrestlers from throughout the Midwest in competition.“Saturday’s tournament was a great test for every member of our wrestling team,” said Augsburg head coach Mark Matzek. “The coaching staff is very happy with the effort put forth. This competition revealed individual strengths as well as weaknesses, which is why we compete.”Defending 149-pound national runner-up Tony Valek (JR, Belle Plaine, Minn./Scott West) opened his season with an impressive championship in the 149 Gold division, winning four matches, including one pin, a major decision and a third-period technical fall in the championship match. Valek was rated second nationally at 149 in the preseason Division III national rankings.

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