High School Wrestling

Local wrestling results from the MSHSAA State Championships

Austin Repp of Pacific-State Champion-Class 3 170

Dalton Kuenzel of Union- State Champion-Class 3 182

Daniel Filipek of Warrenton takes second-Class 3 145

Nicholas Solter of Washington takes second-Class 3 126

Joe Lasky of Union finished sixth

Kyle Summers of Washington takes fifth

Logan Baird of Washington takes sixth

Josh Franek of Pacific took third

Parker Neptune of Washington finishes sixth

Christopher Dolles of Owensville takes sixth

Alton Harrell of Owensville takes fourth

Final Team Standings...
Class 3
Neosho was on top with 218 points
Washington finished 7th with 63
Pacific-9th with 47
Union-12th with 42
Warrenton-24th with 22

Class 2
Oak Grove-1st with 163 points
Owensville-24th with 30
St. Clair-33rd with 7.5
Sullivan-41st with 3 points

Washington-Class 3
106 Cody Hey-Eliminated
113 Parker Neptune-Defeated Dakota Jones of Carthage 5-1 in third round WB. Best possible finish is third.
126 Nicholas Solter-Defeated Kyler Rea of Neosho 6-3 in the semifinal to advance to the championship match Saturday.
132 Cody Gardner-Eliminated
138 Josh Luck-Eliminated
145 Cole Hamai-Lost third round wrestleback match-Eliminated
152 Izeck Elbert-Eliminated
160 Jeremy Monehan-Eliminated
182 Kyle Summers-Defeated Christian Robertson of Branson in third round WB. Best possible finish is third.
195 Logan Baird-Defeated Kegan Ray of Camdenton 5-1 in the third round of WB. Best possible finish is third.
285 Matt Pecka-Eliminated

Union-Class 3
106 Dawson Sickmeier-Suffered a concussion in the district tournament and has withdrawn from the state meet.
170 Dylan Ahern-Eliminated
182 Dalton Kuenzel-Defeated Hunter Yeargan of Willard in a fall at 5:20 to win the semifinal and advance to the championship match Saturday.
220 Joe Lasky-Defeated Micah Ragsdale of Marshfield 6-4 in third round WB. Best possible finish is third.

Pacific-Class 3
120 Josh Franek-Defeated Clayton Fenzl of Belton 6-2 in third round WB. Best possible finish is third place
138 Lane Smith-Eliminated
160 Dalton Voyles-Eliminated
170 Austin Repp-Defeated Dalton Lewis of Kearney in the semifinal in a fall at :41. Repp takes a 57-0 record into the championship match Saturday.

Warrenton-Class 3
113 Dominic Kennedy-Eliminated
120 Dakota Werner-Eliminated
132 Drake Meine-Eliminated
138 James Biship-Eliminated
145 Daniel Filipek-Defeated Connar Laderhose of Willard 5-4 to advance to the championship match Saturday.
152 Dylan Wade-Eliminated

Sullivan-Class 2
106 Jacob Dixon-Eliminated
132 Ryan Eastman-Eliminated
145 Travis Mogab-Eliminated
160 Alexander Crooks-Eliminated

Owensville-Class 2
132 Matthew Pohlman-Eliminated
160 Bodie Bombach-Eliminated
170 Christopher Dolles-Defeated Dustin Connor of St. Clair 6-0 in third round WB. Best possible finish is third.
182 Nicholas Plocinski-Eliminated
195 Alton Harrell-Lost to Blake Rugraff of St. Charles West in the semfinal in a fall at 5:20. Best possible finish is third.

St. Clair-Class 2
106 Thomas Maple-Eliminated
132 Chris Algiere-Eliminated
170 Dustin Conner-Eliminated
195 Skyler Hutchison-Eliminated

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

4 days 14 hours ago

The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Owensville Sophomore Cross Country Runner Carter Bracato. Carter finished 13th in Class 3 with the best time of any local runner at state. He attacked the Oak Hill Golf Club Course in Jefferson City finishing with a time of 16:50.67, leading Owensville to a 6th place finish in the team standings. Carter medalled in several events this season.

OFF THE CUFF with Diane Jones

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Certainly, there was no peace on the streets of Ferguson on the night the grand jury announced it would not indict police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting of Michael Brown.

The images of a city burning were disturbing, saddening and sickening. Every business torched leaves in its wake families who have lost their source of income, and a community that will find it that much harder to rebuild.

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SPORTS CORNER

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No. 17 Missouri is going back to the SEC championship. The Tigers scored 18 unanswered points and forced a late turnover to secure a 21-14 win over Arkansas. Missouri, which has won six games in a row, returns to the SEC title game for the second straight season.