Weekend roundup: NUA falls to Marshall in semifinals


Marshall 48, NUA 15

NEW LONDON — Marshall took down New Ulm Area 48-15 Saturday in the Section 3AA wrestling semifinals Saturday at New London-Spicer High School.

NUA Braydon Miller got a pin in 3:12 over Levi Kraft at 114 pounds, while Winsten Nienhaus took a 7-1 decision for NUA over Collin Kleken at 145. Evan Thompson pinned Marshall’s Andrew Cowden in 40 seconds at 285 for NUA.

Dawson-Boyd then defeated Marshall 28-27 to win the section and earn a state tournament berth.


Marshall 48, NUA 15

107: Lincoln Christenson (MARS) over Regan Johnson (NUA) (Fall 3:27) 114: Braydon Miller (NUA) over Levi Kraft (MARS) (Fall 3:12) 121: Landon Marthaler (MARS) over Kane Johnson (NUA) (Dec 7-1) 127: Dawson DeCamp (MARS) over Elijah Rieser (NUA) (SV-1 7-5) 133: Dylan Louwagie (MARS) over Candon Briggs (NUA) (Fall 3:25) 139: Tyson Louwagie (MARS) over Braxton Kiecker (NUA) (Dec 5-0) 145: Winsten Nienhaus (NUA) over Collin Klenken (MARS) (Dec 7-1) 152: Brayden Chandler (MARS) over Lane Ruch (NUA) (Fall 0:52) 160: Tate Condezo (MARS) over Noah Engel (NUA) (Fall 2:29) 172: Tucker Fiene (MARS) over Wyatt Pollard (NUA) (Dec 6-3) 189: Aidan Mattison (MARS) over Jamisen Frederickson (NUA) (Fall 1:00) 215: Gavin Schaefer (MARS) over Ethan Lieb (NUA) (Fall 3:07) 285: Evan Thompson (NUA) over Andrew Cowden (MARS) (Fall 0:40)

LCWMA moves on to state

LAKE CRYSTAL — Lake Crystal Wellcome Memorial Area rolled to a pair of wins Saturday in the Section 2A Wrestling Tournament, beating Medford 45-16 in the semifinals and defeating Westfield 63-2 in the finals.

The wins moved the No. 1-seeded LCWMA on to the state tournament next week at Xcel Energy Center.


LCWM 45, Medford 16

107: Brody Herbst (LCWM) over Eliot Jones (MEDF) (Fall 0:48) 114: Kaden Harfmann (MEDF) over Connor Othoudt (LCWM) (Dec 7-1) 121: Luis Lopez (MEDF) over Ryder Antony (LCWM) (Dec 5-0) 127: Griffin Gimenez (LCWM) over Evan Noble (MEDF) (Fall 1:25) 133: Carson Othoudt (LCWM) over James Wegner (MEDF) (Fall 2:50) 139: Parker Kamm (LCWM) over Tanner Milewski (MEDF) (Fall 0:56) 145: Zach Palmer (LCWM) over (MEDF) (For.) 152: Evan Schweisthal (MEDF) over Talan Osborne (LCWM) (Dec 9-4) 160: Tommy Elwood (MEDF) over Ryan Palmer (LCWM) (MD 10-1) 172: Nathan Sickler (LCWM) over Chase Balzer (MEDF) (Dec 4-1) 189: Nick Slater (LCWM) over Blake Cammock (MEDF) (Fall 0:33) 215: Mason Adams (LCWM) over Conor Wilson (MEDF) (Fall 0:52) 285: Mason Degrood (MEDF) over Dietrich Rosin (LCWM) (Dec 8-1)

LCWM 63, Westfield 2

107: Brody Herbst (LCWM) over Derek Miner (WERA) (Dec 12-6) 114: Connor Othoudt (LCWM) over Kevin Hodge (WERA) (Fall 4:52) 121: Ryder Antony (LCWM) over Isaac Fort (WERA) (Fall 0:57) 127: Griffin Gimenez (LCWM) over Jaxon Meier (WERA) (Fall 2:31) 133: Bo Zwiener (WERA) over Carson Othoudt (LCWM) (MD 10-2) 139: Parker Kamm (LCWM) over Gage Mullenbach (WERA) (Fall 5:06) 145: Zach Palmer (LCWM) over Chase Kiser (WERA) (Fall 2:36) 152: Talan Osborne (LCWM) over David Clennon (WERA) (Fall 0:31) 160: Ryan Palmer (LCWM) over Kael Steele (WERA) (Fall 1:29) 172: Nathan Sickler (LCWM) over Chris Niemann (WERA) (Fall 1:27) 189: Nick Slater (LCWM) over Alex Lea (WERA) (TF 18-2 3:36) 215: Mason Adams (LCWM) over Ty Bronson (WERA) (MD 11-3) 285: Dietrich Rosin (LCWM) over Wyatt Arndt (WERA) (Dec 9-2) (WERA Misconduct -1.0) (WERA Misconduct -1.0)


New Ulm 68, Redwood Valley 47

BLUE EARTH — New Ulm defeated Redwood Valley 68-47 Saturday at the girls basketball Big South Conference Crossover at Blue Earth Area High School.

Morgan Hulke led the Eagles with 15 points, while Brooklyn Lewis had 14 points and four rebounds. Maddie Backer had 11 points, while Ramsey Hopp had 8 points and eight rebounds for New Ulm.

New Ulm (20-6, 10-3) finishes its regular season in second place in the conference and awaits playoff seeding for its next game.


NYA 72, Cathedral 70

NORWOOD YOUNG AMERICA – Norwood Young America held off New Ulm Cathedral 72-70 on Saturday in a nonconference boys basketball game.

Jevan Wilfahrt led Cathedral with 32 points, nine rebounds, four steals and three assists, while Jake Finstad had 14 points and Isaac Miller added 8 points.


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