Cubs wrestlers keep rolling to 23-0

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On Thursday, the Cubs faced the Pioneers from Pierz in a CMC conference match. Pierz is currently ranked 10th in class A, and one of the tougher teams in the CMC. Kimball controlled the whole dual, only trailing one time after the 113-pound weight class. Then the Cubs got on a roll and never looked back, as they received pins from Tanner Mills (126), Marcus Hamer (132), Jordan Joseph (160), Travis Wills (182), Tim Konz (195), and Alex Thurber (220).

Kimball 47 Pierz 22

106 #3 Mitchell McKee 12-0 maj. Dec. over Kolton Eischens

113 Evan Woitalla fall :50 over Payton Hannan

120 #2 Quinten Berres 9-0 maj. Dec. over #7 Chris Ortman

126 #3 Tanner Mills fall 2:49 over Brandon Sullivan

132 #3 Marcus Hamer fall 2:39 over Brett Kapsner

138 Ed Gerry 7-4 decision over Matt Donnay

145 Markus Mehr 7-0 decision over Alex Julich

152 #9 Brad Meyer 12-5 decision over #8 Caramon Hansen

160 #5 Jordan Joseph fall 1:41 over Trent Davis

170 #4 Nathan Tomala 16-5 maj. Dec. over #8 Travis Schiefelbein

182 Travis Wills fall :31 over Nick Lochner

195 Tim Konz fall 5:41 over #9 Dustin Waytashek

220 #5 Alex Thurber fall 5:06 over Riley Smude

285 Travis Johnson fall 4:00 over Austyn Schlueter

Saturday, Jan. 28, the Cubs traveled to Fergus Falls for the Isaiah Anderson Memorial Dual tournament. In the first round, the Cubs faced Wahpeton, even though the Cubs are healing from some injuries and sickness, they had no problems picking up the win over Wahpeton.

Kimball 69 Wahpeton 9

106 Mitchell McKee fall 1:36 over Jacob Berg

113 Quinten Berres fall 2:28 over Logan Meyer

120 Tanner Mills fall 1:14 over Jacob Thiel

126 Jacob Prchal fall 3:13 over Tommy Lochen

132 Marcus hamer fall :30 over Cody Hickel

138 Matt Donnay won by Forfeit

145 Markus Mehr 3-1 decision over Wyatt Meyer

152 Michael Lehmann 6-4 decision over Quentin Bryce

160 Jordan Joseph fall :33 over Taylor Heinz

170 Travis Schiefelbein fall 1:42 over Spencer Edwardson

182 Travis Wills fall :37 over Hunter McCall

195 Austin Schiefelbein fall :34 over Patrick Thorsteinson

220 Alex Thurber fall 2:22 over Josh Deike

285 Austyn Schlueter fall 5:12 over Tyler Ringdahl

In the championship semi-finals, the Cubs faced Dassel-Cokato. The Cubs took the charge out of the Chargers winning the first three matches and never looking back.

Kimball 50 Dassel-Cokato 28

106 Mitchell McKee won by a forfeit

113 Quinten Berres fall 2:27 over Alex Bapp

120 Tanner Mills Tech fall 17-0 over Tom Keskey

126 Jack Anderson fall 1:49 over Tommy Lochen

132 Marcus Hamer won by a forfeit

138 Spencer Broberg 16-3 maj. Dec. over Matt Donnay

145 Markus Mehr fall 2:49 over Zach Brost

152 Tom Halonen won by a forfeit

160 Jordan Joseph won by a forfeit

170 Travis Schiefelbein won by a forfeit

182 Andrew Madsen fall 3:56 over Travis Wills

195 Tim Konz 11-3 maj. Dec. over Tarren Nordstrom

220 Alex Thurber Tech fall 16-1 over Joey Wraspir

285 Brient Pokornowski won by a forfeit

In the finals the Cubs faced the Flyers from Little Falls. Little Falls is currently in the honorable mention in class AAA. The Cubs once again built a lead that took the wind right out of the flyers and dominated the dual.

Kimball 50 Little Falls 25

106 Mitchell McKee fall :43 over Justin Jenks

113 Quinten Berres fall :40 over Axel Lange

120 Frank Wilczek won by a forfeit

126 Tanner Mills fall :59 over Cole Barton

132 Marcus Hamer won by a forfeit

138 Connor Scherping 12-4 maj. Dec. over Matt Donnay

145 Dillion Kifer fall :27 over Markus Mehr

152 Quentin Bryce 7-2 decision over Luke Lodermeier

160 Jordan Jospeh Tech fall 17-2 over Jordan Petrone

170 Travis Schiefelbein won by a forfeit

182 Adam Grams 7-6 decision over Travis Wills

195 Austin Schiefelbein injury default over Trysten Ross

220 Alex Thurber fall 1:39 over David Copa

285 Conor Swanson won by a forfeit

The Cubs are currently 23-0 overall on the season and 3-0 in the CMC conference. They will face a couple of section 5A foes on Tuesday in Osakis against the host and Browerville-Eagle Valley. On Thursday, the Cubs will be hosting a tri with Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted and Royalton, then on Friday, will be traveling to Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa. The Cubs will finish the year off with a Conference match at home Friday,

Feb. 10, against Rockford.

Thursday, Feb. 2, will be Alumni Night. We will be honoring anyone who has been involved in the Kimball Wrestling Program. Please let as many people know as you can and let's try to pack the Kimball gym to show your support to this year's team and the teams from the past!