Dickinson High wrestling takes third at Beulah-Hazen Invite

BEULAH -- Dickinson High's wrestling team placed third at the Beulah-Hazen Invite Saturday, where seniors Jaret Lee and Dual Keck, along with junior Caden Haugen, each won their respective weight classes.Lee went 3-0 during the tournament, record...

BEULAH - Dickinson High’s wrestling team placed third at the Beulah-Hazen Invite Saturday, where seniors Jaret Lee and Dual Keck, along with junior Caden Haugen, each won their respective weight classes.
Lee went 3-0 during the tournament, recording two pins and a technical fall to win the 152-pound bracket. Keck went 3-0 also, winning by fall each time to place first in the 285-pound weight class. Haugen picked up a fall, decision and major decision en route to first place at 160 pounds.
Freshman Matthew Meschke (126 pounds), sophomore Tod Irwin (132), senior Joe Rutledge (182) and Hunter Wilson (285) all took third place in their weight classes, and freshman Brendan Johnson took fourth at 113 pounds.

Team scores: 1, Bismarck, 262.5. 2, Beulah-Hazen, 136.5. 3, Dickinson, 133.5. 4, Watford City, 129. 5, Bowman County, 96. 6, Bismarck Legacy, 95. 7, Bismarck St. Mary’s, 66. 8, Bismarck JV, 40. 9, Dickinson JV, 19.
106: Jaren Berger, DHS, dec. Jake Leppell, Watford CIty, 8-2; Alex Kaseman, Bismarck, fall Berger, 0:37; Preston Fettig, Bismarck JV, dec. Berger, 2-1.
113: Brendan Johnson, DHS, fall Recognize Davis, Bismarck JV, 2:39; Ryan Ripplinger, Bismarck, tech fall Johnson, 22-7; Johnson fall Rylan Sago, Beulah-Hazen, 1:56; 3rd Place Match: Braedon Gumke, Watford CIty, SV-1 Johnson, SV-1 3-1.
126: Matthew Meschke, DHS, fall Cole Schmalz, Bowman County, 1:38; Dakota Garmann, Watford CIty, dec. Meschke, 15-10; Meschke fall Lucas Rasmussen, Bismarck JV, 4:47; 3rd Place Match: Meschke maj. dec. Ethan Lagge, Beulah-Hazen, 11-3.
132: Tod Irwin, DHS, fall Mitch Stuber, Bowman County, 1:07; Parker Nein, Bismarck, dec. Irwin, 3-0; Irwin dec. Christian Hanson, Bismarck St. Mary’s, 5-2; 3rd Place Match: Irwin dec. Jaden Schmidt, Bismarck JV, 2-1.
138: Tate Nordby, DHS, fall Jacob Alexander, Dickinson JV, 6:00; Jade Hepper, Watford CIty, dec. Nordby, 7-0; Jared Honeyman, Bismarck JV, dec. Nordby, 5-3.
138: Caleb Usher, DHS, fall Tyler Yanez, Bismarck Legacy, 1:09; Devin Steidler, Bismarck, maj. dec. Usher, 13-1; Usher fall Mark Jensen, Bismarck Legacy, 2:17; Usher dec. Jacob Alexander, Dickinson JV, 6-0; Matthew Schaffner, Bismarck St. Mary’s, maj. dec. Usher, 9-1.
152: Jaret Lee, DHS, fall Tyler Messmer, Bismarck Legacy, 2:39; Lee fall Parker Wahl, Bismarck, 1:13; 1st Place Match: Lee tech fall Kyle Cook, Watford CIty, 15-0.
160: Sterling Lee, Bowman County, dec. Austin Boswell, DHS, 9-2; Boswell dec. Sam Schweitzer, Bismarck St. Mary’s, 8-3; Brady Bieber, Bismarck, maj. dec. Boswell, 13-2. Caden Haugen, DHS, fall Jack Barry, Bismarck St. Mary’s, 1:29; Haugen dec. Brady Bieber, Bismarck, 3-2; 1st Place Match: Haugen maj. dec. Tyrel Mellmer, Beulah-Hazen, 15-2.
182: Joe Rutledge, DHS, fall Cullen Glatt, Bismarck JV, 1:18; Connor Dennis, Watford CIty, fall Rutledge, 2:39; Matt Kaylor, Bismarck Legacy, fall Rutledge, 0:18; Rutledge dec. Beau Jeffers, Bowman County, 7-0.
220: Denzel Sanders, Beulah-Hazen, fall Lucas Kubik, DHS, 2:16; Jake Belland, Watford CIty, fall Kubik, 1:54; Chandler Bradner, Bismarck Legacy, dec. Kubik, 6-3; Tristan Hall, Bismarck, fall Kubik, 3:42.
285: Dual Keck, DHS, fall Sam Harris, Bismarck St. Mary’s, 1:59; Keck fall Kyle Larson, Beulah-Hazen, 5:40; 1st Place Match: Keck fall Nolan Hintz, Bismarck, 3:33.
Nolan Hintz, Bismarck, dec. Hunter Wilson, DHS, 4-0; Wilson dec. Sam Harris, Bismarck St. Mary’s, 7-3; 3rd Place Match: Wilson dec. Seth Thomsen, Bismarck Legacy, 1-0.

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