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120 — Jeren Glosser, SO, LOST dec. 5-3 in one OT to Kyler Kiner, Ogden, JR in the quarterfinals. WON by fall 3:15 over Tucker Blumi, Riverside, Oakland; SO., in consolations. WON by fall 0:41 over JD Rader, South Hamilton, Jewell; SO, in consolations. NEXT: Consolations today vs. Jake Hunerdosse (Southeast Warren).
132 — Blake Marolf, SO, WON dec. 8-1 over Conner Shulista, Alburnett, FR, in quarterfinals. WON dec. 5-3 over Dylan Rhoads, Don Bosco, Gilbertville; SR, in semifinals NEXT: Finals today vs. Logan Loftus (Iowa Valley, Marengo).
138 — Jason Crosby, SR, WON dec. 3-1 over Brady Meyer, Sumner-Fredericksburg, SR, in quarterfinals. WON by dec. 5-3 over Payton Rice, Manson NW Webster; JR, in semifinals. NEXT: Finals today vs. Kyle Blocker (W. Marshall, State Center).
145 — Tucker Black, JR, WON dec. 8-7 tb over Ryan Joint, West Central Valley, Stuart; SR, in quarterfinals. LOST dec. 8-2 to Caleb Wedeking, North Butler, Greene, SO, semifinals. NEXT: Consolations today vs. Jake Mize (Woodbury Central, Moville)
145 — Josh Yoder, SR, LOST dec. 10-4 to Casey Pence, West Branch, JR., in consolations. DONE.
113 — Ryan Cale, JR, LOST dec. 5-3 in one OT over Zach Ulven, Westwood, Sloan; SO, in quarterfinals. WON by fall 2:53 over Jose Montes, West Sioux, Hawarden; JR. WON by dec. 6-0 over Christian Polley, Tri-Center, Neola; SO, in consolations. NEXT: Consolations today vs. Kaden McClintock, St. Edmond, Fort Dodge; JR.
106 — Briar Cochran, FR, LOST by fall 1:16 to Taylor Curtis, Underwood, SR, in quarterfinals. WON by tech. fall 17-2 over Colton Dietrich, Jesup, SO, in consolations. WON by dec. 8-5 over Dylan Muckey, Woodbury Central, Moville; SR, in consolations. NEXT: Consolations today vs. Jordan Schmitz (Don Bosco, Gilbertville).
HWT — Dylan Conley, SR, LOST by fall 0.52 to Dillon Suhr, Guthrie Center, SR, in consolations. WON by injury default over Drew George, Durant, JR, in consolations. LOST dec. 3-1 in one OT to Garrett Johnston, Panorama, Panora, JR. DONE.
152 — Austyn Vogel, SR, LOST dec. 13-11 in one OT to Kain Queck, Nodaway Valley, SR, in quarterfinals. LOST dec. 9-2 to Brady Bailey, Emmetsburg, SR, in consolations. DONE.
138 — Karsten Van Velsor, WON dec. 4-2 over Andrew Steiert, Waverly-Shell Rock, SR, in quarterfinals. WON decision 8-7 over Trey Blaha, Cedar Rapids Prairie, JR, in the semifinals. NEXT: Finals today vs. Jacob Woodard (Bettendorf).
120 — Nate Caves, JR, LOST dec. 4-0 to Alijah Jeffery, Linn-Mar, Marion; JR, in quarterfinals. LOST by fall 5:52 to Aaron Meyer, Southeast Polk, SO, in consolations. DONE.
160 — Cody Jones, SO, LOST by fall 1:17 to Grant Rosenboom, Pleasant Valley, SR, in consolations. DONE.
170 — Andrew Landgrebe, JR, LOST by fall 1:41 to Cameron Rathje, Cedar Rapids Prairie, SR, in consolations. WON dec. 3-2 in tb over Thomas Foy, Waverly Shell-Rock, JR, in consolation. LOST dec. 6-3 to Brady Letney Pleasant Valley, JR, in consolations. DONE.
195 — Dane Jones, SR, WON dec. 7-0 over Riley Prescott, Fort Dodge, JR, in quarterfinals. LOST major dec. 10-2 to Adam Walther, Waverly-Shell Rock, Sr, in semifinals. NEXT: Consolations today vs. Colin Kreiter (North Scott, Eldridge).
120 – Shadow Leshen, JR, WON dec. 10-4 over Blake Luna, Clarinda, JR, in quarterfinals. WON dec. 3-1 over Leighton Gaul, New Hampton, SR, in semifinals. NEXT: Finals today vs. Doug Miner (Spirit Lake Park).
126 – Bryce Leshen, FR, WON dec. 6-4 over. Austin Hoeft, Charles City, SR, in quarterfinals. LOST major dec. 10-2 over Max Thomsen, Union, LaPorte City; SO, in semifinals. NEXT: Consolations today vs. Tanner Cowen (Centerville).
145 – Dalton Folkerts, JR, LOST major dec. 10-2 to Chase Straw, Independence, SO., in quarterfinals. LOST dec. 4-3 to Drew Buster, Mediapolis, JR, in consolations. DONE.
152 – Griffin Osing, JR, WON dec. 3-1 over Bret Tomoson, Sergeant Bluff-Luton, JR, in quarterfinals. LOST dec. 9-2 to Logan Thomsen, Union, LaPorte City, SR, in semifinals. NEXT: Consolations today vs. Nick Georgean (Assumption Davenport).
160 – Brett Leshen, JR, LOST dec. 7-1 to Logan McQuillen, Monticello, SR, in quarterfinals. LOST dec. 5-4 to Tanner Schaefer, Spencer, SR, in consolations. DONE.
126 – Tanner Cowan, SR, LOST by fall 2:09 to Kyle White, Central Springs, SR, in quarterfinals. WON major dec. 10-1 over Chase Goodman, South Central Calhoun, SR, in consolations. WON by fall 6:32 over Tony Devriese, Assumption Davenport, SR, in consolations. NEXT: Consolations today vs. Bryce Leshen (ALBIA).
195 – Riley Denny, SR, Won by fall 1:28 over Lance Evans, Solon, JR, in quarterfinals. WON dec. 5-4 over Alex Macki, Ballard, SR, in semifinals. NEXT: Consolation today vs. Keaton-Hulett (Creston/Orient-Macksburg).
132 – Tanner Poush, JR, LOST major dec. 13-2 to Andres Gonzalez, Clear Lake, JR, in consolations. DONE.
182 – Carter Isley, FR, LOST dec. 7-2 to Steven Holloway, Mediapolis, So. WON dec. 5-0 over Rylan Richardson, South Central Calhoun, FR, in consolations. NEXT: LOST dec. 3-2 to Colton Spaur, Knoxville, SR, in consolations. DONE.
170 — Seth Davisson, SR, LOST dec. 8-3 to Brice Wilcke, CLARKE, SR., in quarterfinals. WON by dec. 8-3 over Toby Maggert, Sheldon/South O’Brien, SR, in consolations. WON by dec. 12-8 over Matthew Williamson, Atlantic, SR, in consolations. NEXT: Consolations today vs. Cash Wilcke (OA-BCIG).
220 — Jacob Mineart, SR, LOST dec. 7-2 to Tyler Dolieslager, Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley, SR, in quarterfinals. LOST dec. 9-3 to Josh Cannon, Mount Vernon, JR, in consolations. DONE.
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