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Wrestling Staples-Motley 44, Wadena-Deer Creek 30 103 Sam Waln (WDC) pinned Austin Pogreba (SM) 1:59 112 Blake Miller (SM) dec. Devin Barthel (WDC) 8-2 119 Josh Lawson (WDC) pinned Josh Becker (SM) 4:50 125 Brady Killian (SM) won by forfeit 130 Tyler Pogreba (SM) maj. dec. Zach Bernu (WDC) 12-2 135 Jordan Heldman (SM) won by forfeit 140 Jordan Rentz (WDC) won by forfeit 145 Jared Wegscheid (WDC) pinned Tom Zoellner (SM) :59 152 Brent Lisson (SM) won by forfeit 160 Gavin Kadlec (SM) dec. Derrick Rude (WDC) 6-4 171 Brandon Flickinger (SM) won by forfeit 189 Blake Petrich (SM) maj.
Boys' Basketball Pelican Rapids 60, Wadena-Deer Creek 39 WDC: Jordan Reed 14 points Evan VanErp 11 points
Boys' Hockey Wadena-Deer Creek 7, Kittson Central 2 WDC: Bridger Pettit 3 goals, 1 assist Taylor Bienusa 2 goals, 2 assists Mitchell Swanson 2 goals Trenton Wollenburg 2 assists Dylan Isola 27 saves Wrestling Parkers Prairie Invitational Otter Tail Central 208, Park Rapids Area 166.5, Benson 166, Breckenridge/Campbell-Tintah 137.5, Pelican Rapids 125, Crosby-Ironton 91, Long Prairie/Grey Eagle 83, Bertha-Hewitt/Verndale 78, Parkers Prairie 62.5, Ortonville 22.5 103 1. Bryce Goff (BEN) Fall 1:50 2. Mat Malloy (C-I) 3. Dylan Schleske (OTC) Fall 3:20 4. Dakota Pixley (PR) 5.
Wadena dentist Heidi Reuter will be taking part in the Minnesota Dental Association's Give Kids A Smile program Feb. 4. Dr. Reuter, who has a clinic at 206 First Street Southwest, moved to Wadena last year. This will mark her sixth year with the "Give Kids A Smile" program. Each February, around 3,000 dental volunteers provide free dental care to children from low-income families. Parents should call 631-1487 for an appointment. Reuter will be seeing patients from 3-18 years old. Fillings, cleanings, X-rays and exams will be performed.
Nine Wadena-Deer Creek cagers contributed to the scoring Tuesday night as the Wolverines topped Park Rapids 59-40 in Mid-State Conference play. The Wolverines won their second Mid-State Conference game in a row and improved to 3-1 in conference play. Tom VanErp's team also climbed above the .500 mark for the first time this year with a 4-3 record. Jordan Reed and Josh Sherman were high pointers for WDC with 17 and 12 points respectively. Andy Waller led the Panthers with 11 points. WDC (59) E. VanErp 6, D. Cantrell 7, J. Sherman 11, R. Redfield 5, I. Toedter 5, J. Reed 17, M.
The Greenway Raiders scored four straight goals to erase a 3-2 WDC lead Friday night and posted a 6-4 victory over the Wolverines at the Expo Arena in Long Prairie. Goals by Matthew Stone, David Najjar and Taylor Bienusa put the Wolverines on top late in the second period. The Raiders then went on a four-goal tear as Eric Stefanich, Jayden Gangl, Zach Childs and Tyler Erickson found the net. A late power play goal by Logan Meyer stopped the Greenway streak. Greenway 1 2 3 - 6 WDC 1 2 1 - 4 First Period WDC: Matthew Stone (Mitchell Swanson) 6:42 G: Tyler Erickson (Zach Childs, B
McKenna Brand had a hat trick and Bailey Moore stopped 14 shots Tuesday night as Park Rapids whipped Long Prairie-Grey Eagle/Wadena-Deer Creek 8-0 for a regular season sweep. The Blue Devils matched the Panthers shot-for-shot in the first period but Park Rapids took a 2-0 lead on goals by Brand and Hannah Williams. It was all Park Rapids in the second period as the Panthers out-shot the Blue Devils 14-5 and out-scored them 5-0. The Panthers were in complete charge of the puck by the third period and out-shot the Blue Devils 13-2. Six different players contributed goals for the Panthers. J
Jana Anderson pumped in 25 points as the Crosby-Ironton Rangers parlayed a fast start into a 65-54 victory over Wadena-Deer Creek. The Rangers jumped out to a 5-0 lead and took a 32-19 lead at the half. "We just couldn't find a way to slow them down or answer back," WDC head coach Keith Ferris said. "Every time we would make a run they would continue to hit tough shots on their end." Emily Miron recorded another double-double for the Wolverines with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Courtney Volkmann tacked up 13 points. The Wolverines lost for just the second time in 11 games.
The Verndale Pirates ran out of gas in the second half Friday night in a 58-33 Park Region Conference loss at Sebeka. "I thought we played one of our better games this year," Verndale head coach Art Schluttner said. "I thought our girls played extremely well and showed up ready to play." The Pirates scored just 14 points against the Sebeka defense in the second half and finished the game shooting 31 percent from the floor. Alicia Boe and Jessica Lillquist led the Trojans with 17 points. Katie Huttunen canned 10.
Chris Haugdahl came up with 16 points and Jacob Smith gunned in 13 Friday as Henning Hornets handed Verndale a 53-41 loss in Park Region Conference play. Kyle Booth canned 11 points for the Pirates and Dustin Motschenbacher added nine. The Pirates were playing their second straight game without their top scorer, Zack Meidinger. HENNING (53) A. Amundson 9, J. Smith 13, D. Koch 7, C. Haugdahl 16, Z. Torgerson 8, Totals: 18/2 11-19 53 VERNDALE (41) D. Ehrmantraut 6, D. Motschenbacher 9, I. Schmitz 3, K. Booth 11, R. Gronlund 6, T. Lollar 6.