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Dickinson wrestling goes 3-0 at Metro Duals

FARGO -- Proving why it is ranked No. 2 in the state, the Dickinson High wrestling team went 3-0 on the first day of the Metro Duals in Fargo on Friday, Jan. 18, defeating Turtle Mountain 52-24, Grand Forks Central 49-21 and West Fargo Sheyenne 6...

FARGO - Proving why it is ranked No. 2 in the state, the Dickinson High wrestling team went 3-0 on the first day of the Metro Duals in Fargo on Friday, Jan. 18, defeating Turtle Mountain 52-24, Grand Forks Central 49-21 and West Fargo Sheyenne 63-10.

Five Dickinson High wrestlers competed three times on Friday, but just two won all three matches by way of fall.

In the 120-pound weight class, senior Josh Johnson pinned all of his opponents, each in less than a 80 seconds and the fastest coming in 1:08 over Turtle Mountain's Frank Chapman.

Sophomore Tanner Jarrett also pinned his three opponents and was also speedy in his work. While his first win took nearly three minutes, his next came in 54 seconds.

Also competing in all three duals was senior Brendan Johnson, who went 3-0 with a pair of major decisions and a fall over Jeroson Garduward of West Fargo Sheyenne. Senior Tate Nordby went 2-1, earning a narrow 3-2 decision victory as well as a pin while falling to Will Rohrich of Grand Forks Central 6-5.

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Freshman Wyatt Raines thrice battled on Friday as well, dropping each of his matches by way of fall.

Freshman Houston Crimmins won both his bouts, the first with a pin in 1:34 and the next in the same fashion in 56 seconds. Eighth-grader Henry Nelson also won both his by fall, while senior Jaren Berger took victories by fall and a 10-0 major decision. Senior Mathew Meschke and sophomore Cullen Murphy also picked up a pair of W's.

The Midgets continue competing on Saturday, Jan. 19.

Metro Duals at Fargo Davies

Dickinson 52, Turtle Mountain 24

106: Houston Crimmins (D) fall Craig Bercier (TM), 1:34.

113: Henry Nelson (D) over open.

120: Josh Johnson (D) fall Frank Chapman (TM), 1:08.

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126: Brendan Johnson (D) maj. dec. Wyatt Goulet (TM), 15-3.

132: Jaren Berger (D) fall Keon Leducer (TM), 1:53.

138: Tate Laducer (TM) fall Cody Booth (D), 1:09.

145: Mathew Meschke (D) dec. Clay LaRocque (TM), 7-4.

152: Dexter Carpenter (D) over open.

160: Caleb Usher (D) over open.

170: Tate Nordby (D) dec. Nolen Demery (TM), 3-2.

182: Tanner Jarrett (D) fall Levi LaFountain (TM), 2:58.

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195: Louis DeCoteau (TM) fall Wyatt Raines (D), 1:18.

220: Hunter Harviell (TM) fall Tyler White (D), 2:53.

285: Dylan Short (TM) over open.

Dickinson 49, Grand Forks Central 21

106: Crimmins (D) fall Evan Ziemer (GFC), 0:56.

113: Nelson (D) fall Tyson Gass (GFC), 3:13.

120: J. Johnson (D) fall Braydon Williams (GFC), 1:20.

126: B. Johnson (D) maj. dec. Josh Isassi (GFC), 21-10.

132: Cullen Murphy (D) dec. Carter Elde (GFC), 9-2.

138: Berger (D) maj. dec. Alec Humble (GFC), 10-0.

145: Meschke (D) fall Mike Erickson (GFC), 3:46.

152: Carpenter (D) maj. dec. Evan Bridgeford (GFC), 11-0.

160: Usher (D) maj. dec. Ben Stevens (GFC), 21-8.

170: Will Rohrich (GFC) dec. Nordby (D), 6-5.

182: Cameran Bridgeford (GFC) fall Raines (D), 1:38.

195: Jarrett (D) fall Austin Bicker (GFC), 0:54.

220: Grant Sullivan (GFC) fall White (D), 2:46.

285: Brody DeFoe (GFC) over open.

Dickinson 63, West Fargo Sheyenne 10

106: Connor Manske (WFS) maj. dec. Crimmins (D), 10-1.

113: Nelson (D) fall Tristin LaRocque (WFS), 0:52.

120: J. Johnson (D) fall Alexander Spray (WFS), 1:14.

126: Murphy (D) dec. Kellen Hoornaert (WFS), 10-3.

132: B. Johnson (D) fall Jeroson Garduward (WFS), 1:35.

138: Booth (D) fall Mekhi Dennis (WFS), 1:17.

145: Meschke (D) over open.

152: Carpenter (D) over open.

160: Nordby (D) fall Kyle Page (WFS), 2:18.

170: Usher (D) over open.

182: Jarrett (D) fall Oscar Sarmiento (WFS), 1:01.

195: Shane Kennedy (WFS) fall Raines (D), 1:58.

220: Tyler White over open.

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