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Logan Nibbe loses first match of season in 285-pound title match
Prairie Valley wrestler Logan Nibbe had not lost a single match and had only allowed his opponents one single takedown heading into the Class A 285-pound championship match on Saturday...
Brothers Brendon and Trenton Coyer both finished the Class A state tournament with identical fifth place finishes Saturday at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. Osakis senior Nils Hagen also advanced to the second day of wrestling at state and took sixth. Senior 113-pounder Trenton Coyer wrapped up his state tournament run with a 3-2 decision over Jacob Tvinnereim of Jackson County Central in the fifth place match. Trenton Coyer had faced Tvinnereim earlier in the tournament and defeated him 11-2.
Alexandria wrestlers Dustin Neu and Blake Olhausen were unable to wrestle their way back into medal matches after losing first-day contests at the Class AAA individual wrestling tournament in St. Paul. Neu won his first match of the tournament at 160 pounds with a 7-0 decision over Gavin Keogh of Stillwater but was later pinned by Matt Njos of Anoka in the second period of the quarterfinals.
Senior Trenton Coyer was the lone Osakis survivor from the first day of wrestling Friday at the Class A state wrestling tournament in St. Paul. Three Osakis wrestlers advanced past the first round of the tournament. T. Coyer defeated Jacob Tvinereim of Jackson County Central 11-2 at 113, Brendon Coyer won a 6-2 decision over Jared Sunram of Park Rapids at 126 and Nils Hagen won a 13-3 match against Shane Herrlin of Spectrum. In the second round, T.
Alexandria senior Dustin Neu and junior Blake Olhausen both found themselves battling through wrestlebacks Friday night to stay alive in the Class AAA state individual wrestling tournament at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. Neu won his first match against Gavin Keogh of Stillwater in a 7-0 decision at 160 pounds but was later pinned by Matt Njos of Anoka in the second period of the quarterfinals.
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