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Class A state wrestling: Area grapplers take Class A titles

ST. PAUL – It took a few moments for Blane Tschida to collect his thoughts and gather his composure before he walked out to support his friend and teammate Quentin Berres. 762 more words

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State wrestling: Making some history

ST. PAUL – Rylee Molitor, whose simple motto on the mat is “score points, have fun,” makes his coach nervous.

Sartell head coach Cody Olson says he has Molitor calm him down during big matches. 1,089 more words

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Boys hockey: Apollo gets Breck to open state tournament

There might be a couple things the St. Cloud Apollo boys hockey players and coaches can learn from the team they just beat.

The Eagles, two days after a 4-2 win over St. 488 more words

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4 area wrestlers win state titles

ST. PAUL – Nine area athletes tried to claim high school wrestling’s great prize. Four achieved it.

Sartell’s Rylee Molitor, Kimball’s Quinten Berres, Foley’s Carter Nielsen and Holdingford’s Nathan Brinker reached the pinnacle Saturday night at the Xcel Energy Center, bringing home state championships. 172 more words

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Rocori wrestler focused, well-fed

ST. PAUL – Wander underneath the stands at the Xcel Energy Center and there’s a common sight: Wrestlers, bundled up in hoodies and several layers of sweats, running laps around the perimeter of the arena. 522 more words

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State wrestling: Falcons finish 6th at state

ST. PAUL – It was a long, difficult, exciting and sometimes exasperating day for the Foley Falcons at the Xcel Energy Center.

They hung tough, fought through losing a pair of wrestlers to skin conditions, beat their best rival and almost came away with a consolation final trophy. 738 more words

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Tech's big 5 ready for state wrestling

ST. PAUL – Like his four teammates headed to the Xcel Energy Center, St. Cloud Tech’s Cole Schroeder is proud of his accomplishments.

It’s noteworthy that Tech’s sending five wrestlers to the state individual tournament Friday and Saturday. 1,389 more words

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