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Reggie George goes 3-0 as Osakis finishes 1-2 in home quad

The Silverstreaks edged Benson around losses to Fergus Falls and WCA-Ashby-Brandon-Evansville on Tuesday.

Reggie George

The Osakis wrestling team hosted a home quad on Tuesday night and beat Benson 38-36 around a 59-9 loss to West Central Area-Ashby-Brandon-Evansville and a 48-32 loss to Fergus Falls.

West Central Area-Ashby-Brandon-Evansville is ranked ninth in the Nov. 25 Class A poll from the Guillotine. The Silverstreaks got two wins against the Knights -- the first coming from Reggie George at 106 pounds in a 10-5 decision against Owen Gruchow. Kale Drevlow also pinned Dierk Goeden in 3:42 at 152 pounds.

WCA-A-B-E racked up seven 6-point wins in the match. Hunter Gruchow (132), Solomon Wales (138) and Anthony Sykora (170) had pins, while Justin Blascyk (285), Beau Robinson (182), Will Rustan (195) and Colton Lindquist (220) had forfeit wins. Carter Lohse (113), Sam Olson (120) and Adam Lohse (126) had decision wins, and Ashton Danner (160) and Reubens Swanson (145) finished with major-decision wins.

George finished 3-0 on the day for Osakis as he added pins at 106 against Benson and Fergus Falls. Simon Jacobson (113, 8-2 decision), Christian Nathe (120, 13-2 MD), Jacob Taplin (126, fall, 1:29), Hunter Sell (138, fall, 1:51), Gaven Cimbura (145, 9-0 MD), Kale Drevlow (152, fall, 1:24) and Carsten Jacobson (160, 10-3) got wins in the team victory over Benson.

George’s pin against Jacob Fronning of Fergus Falls came in just 37 seconds. Tucker Hagen added a pin in 1:46 at 120 pounds, and Taplin had a 21-5 technical fall at 126.


Jacobson won a 7-2 decision at 160 for Osakis. Cimbura pinned Lance Graff at 145 in 4:24, and Drevlow had a forfeit win at 152 to round out Osakis’ scoring against the Otters.

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