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Wrestling: Eagles handle Wolverines

NEW YORK MILLS --The Eagles wrestling team (13-5) backed up their top 25 QRF ranking in Class A with a dominant 49-25 victory over a partial Wadena-Deer Creek team Thursday night.

The Eagles head into the Park Region Conference tournament this Saturday at Long Prairie with a head of steam having only lost two duals all season.

The following Thursday, Feb. 9, NY Mills will face Osakis in the first-ever Park Region Conference Dual Championship. The meet between the two schools will be held in New York Mills.

Brian Pyle, Tyler Patron and Max Carlson all scored pins against the Wolverines Thursday.

Heavyweight Carlson pinned Mason Lohmiller at 3:05 to put an end to the dual.

Patron wasted no time taking out Caleb Monson, 195 pounds, in a mere 35 seconds.

170-pounder Pyle won by fall over Isaac Malone at 2:16.

The teams were tied at seven and 13 but forfeits at 138, 145, 152 and 182 pounds gave the Eagles all the cushion they needed for the victory.

Match Summary:

106: Jeremiah Harper won by dec. 9-1 over Tristin Godel

NYM 4, WDC 0

113: Shane Novak won by dec. 6-0, over Mitchell Steffens

NYM 7, WDC 0

120 Sam Wain won by major dec. 13-3 over Austin Haman

NYM 7, WDC 4

126: Devin Barthel won by dec. 5-4 over Tyler Ehnert

NYM 7, WDC 7

132: Josh Lawson won by fall over Taylor Ericksrud 2:34

NYM 7, WDC 13

138: Maison Roberts won by forfeit

NYM 13, WDC 13

145: Andrew Mindermann won by forfeit

NYM 19, WDC 13

152: Michael Meyer won by forfeit

NYM 25, WDC 13

160: Jacob Ludovissie won by fall over Gunner Flynn 3:45

NYM 25, WDC 19

170: Brian Pyle won by fall over Isaac Malone 2:16

NYM 31, WDC 19

182: Noah Pesola won by forfeit

NYM 37, WDC 19

195: Tyler Patron won by fall over Caleb Monson 0:35

NYM 43, WDC 19

220: Tony Ruerink won by forfeit

NYM 43, WDC 25

285: Max Carlson won by fall over Mason Lohmiller 3:05

Final: NYM 49, WDC 25

Robert Williams

Sports Editor at the Detroit Lakes Tribune. Williams worked prior as the Sports Editor in Perham for the Focus, a Forum Communications newspaper, from 2010-14. 

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