2021-2022 Class AA Section 6 Preview

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FAVORITES: DASSEL-COKATO LITCHFIELD COOP and the BECKER BULLDOGS

DARK HORSES: FOLEY FALCONS and the PRINCETON TIGERS

DASSEL COKATO/LITCHFIELD
Co-Head Coaches: Bryan Clemen/Dan Buker
Wright County Conference: 5-0
Overall: 27-4

RETURNING WRESTLERS:
Eddie Simes 12th 32-7 Top 2/1st/2nd Sate/AC
Jude Link 12th 37-1 Top 2/2nd/2nd State/AC
Hayden Hoemanemann 12th 28-5 Top 2/2nd/6th State/AC
Victor Franco 11th 28-10 Top 2/3rd
Gabe Nelson 11th 22-15 Top 5
Tate Link 11th 25-7 Top 2/2nd
Brendan Rokala 12th 19-7 Top 2/5th
Monte Sellman 10th 12-17 Top 5
Shelby Fischer Lund 11th 10-13
Monte Gillman 10th 12-17
Devin Steinhaus 12th 8-3

GRADUATES:
Jerry Simes Top 2/1st/4th State
Beau Nelson Top 2/2nd
Will O’Brien Top 4th/3rd
Alex Joedeman Top 4/3rd
Andrew Joedeman Top 2/4th

BECKER BULLDOGS
Head Coach: Travis Holt
Mississippi 8 Conference: 7-0
Overall: 27-2

RETURNING WRESTLERS:
Kaden Nicolas 9th 37-5 Top 2/2nd/5th State/AC
Dylan Kolby 11th 30-8 Top 2/3rd/AC
Adam Jurek 11th 25-9 Top 2/4th/AC
Tyson Richer 11th 24-8 Top 2/4th/AC
Landen Kujawa 9th 24-10 Top 2/4th
Mason Doucette 12th 22-7 Top 4/4th
Dylan Weber 11th 22-6 Top 2/3rd/AC
Ethan Duncombe 11th 19-13 Top 5
Drew May 10th 19-13 Top 5
Joseph Goth 12th 17-3
Bryce Kushel 12th 18-20 Top 2/1st
Owen Angel 9th 17-7
Isaac Boecker 9th 16-4
Nolan Muellner 11th 15-5
Kevoun Drehmel 12th 13-4
Logan Jarvis 10th 11-6
Johnathon Boecker 9th 8-5
Ryan Boecher 11th 8-17
Nolan Jurek 9th 6-9
Ethan Organ 12th 3-2
Jake Rosenow 9th 1-2

GRADUATES:
Caden Dewall 38-2 Top 2/1st/2nd State/AC
Lukas Paulson 34-4 Top 2/1st/AC
Kylen Rish 17-3 AC
Brayden Weber 6-0 Injured

FOLEY FALCONS
Head Coach: Chris Ratke
Granite Ridge Conference: 6-0
Overall: 32-3

RETURNING WRESTLERS:
Elijah Novak 12th 37-5 Top 2/1st/3rd State/AC
Cyler Ruhoff 10th 35-9 Top 2/3rd/AC
Evan Miller 11th 25-15 Top 4/5th/AC
Austin Malikowski 12th 24-7 Top 4/2nd
Alex Jennisson 10th 19-14 Top 4/AC
Wyatt Wall 8th 17-20 Top 5
Josiah Peterson 10th 13-9 Top 4
Cayden Hansmeier 10th 17-12
Cameron Evenson 11th 8-2

GRADUATES:
Hunter Gorecki 43-3 Top 2/1st/3rd State/AC
Logan Thorsten 41-5 Top 2/1st/4th State/AC
Andy Knutson 32-8 Top 2/4th
Michael Moulzolf 28-9 Top 4/5th
Levin Henry 20-10 Top 4/AC
Levi Jacobson 24-2 AC
Alex Vait 17-6 AC

PRINCETON TIGERS
Head Coach: Brian Hellman
Mississippi 8 Conference: 5-2
Overall: 20-9

RETURNING WRESTLERS:
Tyler Wells 11th 34-1 Top 2/1st/1st State/AC
Ethan Ballweber 11th 25-6 Top 2/2nd/5th State/AC
Zach Marschall 12th 22-15 Top 2/3rd/AC
Kaden Olson 12th 21-13 Top 2/4th/AC
Parker Adkins 11th 21-11 Top 2 5th
Noah Vanderbeek 11th 18-9 Top 2/1st
Deegan Birkaker 9th 17-17
Riley Paetzick Huhta 11th 15-13
Noah Ballweber 9th 5-0
Nolan Maleska 9th 5-3
Keith Ellingson 12th 3-8
Cameron Othoudt 10th 3-1

GRADUATES:
Landen Partent 34-3 Top 2/1st/3rd State/AC
Kyle Boelke 29-5 Top 2/1st/3rd State/AC
Zach Wells 24-3 Top 2/3rd/AC
Jackson Berry 9-15 Top 5
Malachi Kolhoff 8-13 Top 4/5th

BIG LAKE HORNETS
Head Coach: Ryan Prom
Mississippi 8 Conference: 5-1
Overall: 16-4

RETURNING WRESTLERS:
Christian Noble 12th 30-0 Top 2/1st/1st State/AC
Cash Sixbery 12th 25-7 Top 2/2nd/5th State
Nolan Reiter 11th 23-4 Top 2/1st/4th State/AC
Luke Schumacher 12th 21-7 Top 2/1st/4th State/AC
Tyler Dehmer 12th 21-7 Top 4/3rd/C
Dillon Browen 12th 21-9 Top 2/2nd
Brett Bordwell 12th 14-14 Top 4/4th
Johnathon Murphy 8th 14-9
Cash Stortz 9th 13-10 Top 4/5th
Kane LaPointe 11th 8-12 Top 5
Peter Duncombe 12th 6-1
Spencer Vold 11th 2-14

GRADUATES:
Roco Visci 17-4 Top 2/2nd/AC
Jeremy Phyle 8-12 5th

ANNANDALE/MAPLE LAKE LIGHTNING
Head Coach: Ben Youngs
Wright County Conference: 5-1
Overall: 21-7

RETURNING WRESTLERS:
Mitchell Koss 11th 28-10 Top 2/2nd/5th State
Noah Gindele 11th 27-9 Top 4/3rd
Zach Pribyl 12th 24-14 Top 4/2nd/6th State
Shay McClay 11th 19-16 Top 5
Riley Hall 11th 22-12 Top 4/5th
Cole LaFave 10th 17-10 Top 5
Alex Klatt 11th 11-15
Carson Cooper 11th 10-12
Shay McClory 10th 9-14
Xavier Jones 11th 7-4
Christopher Klatt 12th 6-11

GRADUATES:
Kessler Kenny 35-2 Top 2/1st/2nd State/AC (90-22 career)
Adam Neuman 29-9 Top 2/1st/4th State/AC (134-50 career)
Jack Klug 20-10 Top 4 (112-82 Career)
Jackson Bunde 18-16 Top 4/4th
Zach Schmidt 16-13 Top 5
Zayne Brown 15-11. (59-58 Career)

ROCORI SPARTANS
Head Coach: Dustin Kramer
Central Lakes Conference: 8-3
Overall: 18-10

RETURNING WRESTLERS:
Evan Moscho 10th 30-6 Top 4/3rd/AC
Austin Moscho 12th 28-8 Top 4/2nd/AC
Grady Minnerath 10th 23-12 Top 4/3rd
Jack Major 10th 21-11 Top 5
Mason Orth 10th 20-11 Top 4/4th/AC
Luke Hemmesch 12th 16-12
Davey Madonado 9th 14-17 Top 5
Matthew Goebel 11th 10-17 Top 5
Nathan Soldner 10th 12-13
Ryan Rose 12th 10-13 Top 5
Aaron Baisley 9th 9-15

GRADUATES:
Carter Thelen 18-14 Top 4/4th/AC
Ben Hanson 17-15 Top 5

MONTICELLO MAGIC
Head Coach: Jason Thompson
Mississippi 8 Conference: 2-4
Overall: 10-15

RETURNING WRESTLERS:
Nelson Anderson 12th 27-7 Top 2/2nd/AC
Quinn McCala 12th 26-6 Top 4/5th/AC
Alex Fearing 12th 20-11 Top 4/5th
Garett Bauer 8th 15-10 Top 5
Mason Bauer 11th 12-13
Griffin Fieldseth 11th 11-10
Mason Brown 10th 10-11 Top 5
Quinn Inges 12th 7-6
Chris Perez 10th 4-8 Top 5
Bryce Schoen 10th 1-5

GRADUATES:
Jacob Cole 20-8

SAUK RAPIDS/RICE STORM
Head Coach: Derik Gilbertson
Central Lakes Conference: 2-11
Overall: 2-14

RETURNING WRESTLERS:
Vance Borz 10th 21-5 Top 2/3rd/AC
Cole Ackerman 12th 19-5 Top 2/2nd/AC
Brayden Ness 12th 8-14 Top 5
Jack Barry 8th 5-11
Dan Dingmann 12th 5-9
Dante Haywood 11th 2-1 (Injured)
Ethan Anderson 11th 3-11
Reid Kiffmeyer 10th 2-13

GRADUATES:
Andrew Wollack 15-6 Top 4/AC
Joey Hoeschen 15-7 Top 5/AC
Matt Krepp 2-16

ST. FRANCIS FIGHTING SAINTS
Head Coach: Kurt Werk
Mississippi 8 Conference: 3-4
Overall: 8-18

RETURNING WRESTLERS:
Tegan Shert 10th 26-7 Top 2/4th/AC
Bo Flagstad 11th 19-11 Top 4/5th
Tyson Charmoti 10th 14-4 Top 2/3rd
Brady Peltier 11th 14-16 Top 5
Ken Hollenbeck 12th 13-16 Top 4
Gunner Hostetter 11th 12-18 Top 5
Joe Waldock 11th 11-8 Top 4
Jacob Tilly 9th 4-9
Owen Feskewold 10th 3-7

GRADUATES:
Tony Gerlack 18-14 Top 2/5th
Tate Bodenburg 8-22 Top 5

ZIMMERMAN THUNDER
Head Coach: Patrick Butch
Granite Ridge Conference: 0-6
Overall: 9-20

RETURNING WRESTLERS:
Joe gardas 12th 28-5 Top 2/3rd/AC
Aiden Pardino 12th 25-9 Top 5
Jon Weiser 12th 17-10 Top 4

GRADUATES:
Steven Weiser 20-9 Top 5
Michael Johnson 14-13 Top 5

SPECTRUM STING
Head Coach: Justin Werk
Tri-Metro: 2-4
Overall:

RETURNING WRESTLERS:
Gavin Gould 12th 23-9
Nicole Melotik 10th 13-7
Tyler Murset 12th 13-16
Tim Erickson 12th 12-8
Jesse Farrett 10th 9-17
Jack Terry 10th 7-12

GRADUATES:
Thomas DeBoer 20-13 Top 5 (104-87 Career)
Logan Schumacher 18-14 Top 5 (103-78 Career)
Judah Rogers 7-24

DASSEL COKATO/LITCHFIELD COOP

The Coop defeated Albany in their first Section 6AA dual 70-6 and Becker 36-24 for the Section 6AA championship. They defeated Totino Graces 63-10 in the Super section final. They defeated Fairmont/Martin County West in the state semifinals 41-23. In the state championship they were defeated by nationally ranked Simley 68-6. They gained a great deal from their state tourney experience, they did graduate a very good bunch of seniors. Five with twenty-seven wins or more, including five Super Section place winners and one state medalist. They will have ten back with a great deal of experience, including six with twenty wins or more. Seven Super Section place winners and the state medalists. They should make a strong challenge to defend their section dual meet honors and conference honors. If they stay healthy, they could challenge for a top four spot in the state dual meet campaign. This is yet a pretty young team, look for them to make steady improvement thru the course of the season. Their key leaders should include: Juke Link, Eddie Simes, Hayden Hoernemann, Victor Franco, Tate Link, Gabe Nelson and Brendan Rokala

BECKER BULLDOGS

The Bulldogs defeated Rocori in their first section 6AA dual 62-6 and they were defeated by Dassel-Cokato/Litchfield for the Section 6AA championship 36-24. The Bulldogs did graduate four very good seniors last spring, including two super section champions and a state medalist. They will have back overall a young team, that includes sixteen with double figure wins, of which six had twenty or more. This includes seven Super Section place winners and a state medalist. They will surly make strides of improvement thru out the season, they should make a strong challenge to defend their Conference honors. If they stay healthy, they should make a strong challenge for a section dual meet championship and possible some state hardware. Their key should leaders should include: Kaden Nicholas, Dylan Kolby, Adam Jurek, Tyson Ricker, Landen Kujawa, Mason Doucette, Ethan Duncombe and Drew May

FOLEY FALCONS

The Falcons defeated Nashwauk-Kewatin 83-0 in their first round Section 7AA dual, in the semifinals they defeated Mora 43-18. In the Section 7AA championship they were defeated by Princeton 41-26. They graduated six very good seniors last spring, including four super section place winners and a state medalist. Overall they will have a young team returning, that includes twelve with double figure wins and a great deal of experience. Look for the Falcons to continue to make steady improvement thru out the season. If they stay healthy they could surprise possibly a couple of teams in what should be a very good section dual meet campaign in section 6AA. They should make a very strong challenge for a top four spot in the section duals. The Falcons should make a challenge to defend their conference honors. Their key leaders should include: Elijah Novak, Cyler Ruhoff, Levi Jacobson, Caden Ruhoff, Evan Miller, Austin Malikowski, Joey Thorsten, Alex Jennisson and Cayden Hansmeier

PRINCETON TIGERS

The Tigers defeated Grand Rapids in their first section 7AA dual 70-6 and Foley for the Section championship 41-26. They were defeated by Simley in the first round of the state 56-24. The Tigers did graduate five seniors, including four super Section place winners and a pair of state medalists. They are actually a pretty young team, with eight with double figure wins. This includes six super section place winners and two state medalists. Look for this young team to continue to improve thru the course of the season. If they stay healthy they could challenge those dual meet marks and possibly for conference honors. The Tigers should make a strong challenge for one of those top four spots in what should be a very good section dual meet campaign. Their key leaders should include Tyler Wells, Ethan Ballweber, Zac Marshall, Parker Adkins and Kaden Olson

BIG LAKE HORNETS

The Hornets did graduate two seniors last spring, including a super Section place place winner. They will have elven back with a wide range of experience. This includes nine section place winners and eight Super Section place winners. Along with four state medalists, including a state champion. They will have six with twenty wins over more in what should be a very experienced lineup. If this crew stays healthy you can add another team that should challenge for a top four spot in what should be a very tough section dual meet campaign. They should challenge those very good dual meet marks from last season and for conference honors. Their key leaders should include: Christian Noble, Cash Sixberry, Nolan Reiter, Luke Schumacher, Dillon Browen and Tyler Dehmer

COLD SPRING SPARTANS

The Spartans were defeated by Becker in their Section 6AA dual 62-6. They did graduate two good seniors last spring both were Section place winers and one was an All Conference pick. The Spartans will return eleven with a great deal of experience. This includes eight section place winners and four super section place winners. Look for the Spartans to continue a make strides of improvement thru out the season, if they stay healthy they should challenge those good dual meet numbers and possibly move up in the conference standings. They are in no doubt the toughest section in the state, yet they could surprise someone along the way. Their key leaders should include: Evan Moscho, Austin Moscho, Grady Minnerath, Jack Major and Mason Orth
The Huskies won by forfeit in their first round of the Section 6AA duals of Annandale/Maple Lake. They were defeated by Dassel Cokato/Litchfield 70-6 in the semifinals. They graduated three seniors last spring, including a pair of section place winners. They will have ten back with experience, including nine section place winners and three super section place winners. They will return eight with double figure wins. So look for improvement from the Huskies, they should challenge those dual meet marks from last season. Their key leaders should include: Petyon Krumrei, Owen Carlson Jacob Adrian, Hunter Tate, Jimmy Carlisle and Devin Hansen.

MONTICELLO MAGIC

The Magic graduated just one senior last spring, with twenty wins. They will return ten with a wide range of experience. They will have seven with double figure wins and six Section place winners. Three super section place winners and an All Conference performer. This team will have good experience in their lineup, look for them to challenge those dual marks and possibly move up in the conference standings. Their key leaders should include: Nelson Anderson, Quinn McCalle, Alex Fearing and Garrett Bauer.

SAUK RAPIDS/RICE STORM

The Storm did graduate three seniors last spring, including two All Conference performers. They will return seven with a wide range of experience, including three section place winners and a pair of super section place winners. If they can fill in some junior varsity they should challenge those dual meet numbers from last season. The key leaders should include: Vance Brazil, Cole Ackerman and Braden Ness

ZIMMERMAN THUNDER

The Thunder had a pair of Section place winners, they will return three as seniors with a lot of experience. All three were section place winners, if they fill in with some junior varsity wrestlers they could possibly challenge those dual meet marks. The Thunder should be looking for some big things from Joe Gardas, Aiden Pardino and Jon Weiser

 

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