Winningest high school coach in the country hired to coach Digger’s wrestling team

Long time Owatonna coach has a new job in Idaho

Newly named Sugar-Salem head wrestling coach Scot Davis has tried to retire a couple of times but it never seems to stick — he loves wrestling too much.

Davis has translated that love into wrestling success over the past 46 years winning a national record-setting 1129 duals with only 197 losses at the high school level. He’s the winningest high school coach in the country and he’s decided to coach at Sugar-Salem high school.

“We’re excited,” said Sugar-Salem athletic director Jay Miller. “We’ve been so pleased and so honored to have Keven as long as we have but we’re looking forward to some really excellent years with (Scot).” Continue reading at

The Guillotine – January 3, 2014

The January 3, 2014 issue of The Guillotine has arrived! Featured content in this issue includes: Referee Brian Bakke Knows Adversity | A Tradition of Unrivaled Achievement - Coach Scot Davis | Dawson-Boyd/Lac Qui Parle - Home Grown Aggressiveness | Cameron Sykora - Handling the Pressure | One-on-One With Randy Rager | Where Have They Gone? - Buzz Cummins.

More content in this issue: Rumble on the Red Tournament Action | Lace ‘Em Up | The Mat Grinder | High School Rankings | Officially Speaking | Minnesota Christmas Tournament Action | Ask The Doc | View From The Matbird Seat | Minnesota College Connection - Q&A with Nick Tourville | Open Tournament Calendar | Fastest Falls | Upcoming Camps, Clinics, and Training | Word Search Puzzle.

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