Three Warriors make Decorah All-Tournament Team

Warrior freshman Luke Massman (113) pulls his Waukon opponent to the mat during Saturday’s Decorah Duals. Massman ended the day with three pins, a forfeit win, and was thrown once. (Becky Walz photo)

 

Three Warriors make All-Tournament Team

 

 

Becky Walz
News Editor
bwalz@fayettepublishing.com

 

 

A dual record of 3-2 gave the Warrior wrestling team a third-place finish Saturday at the annual Decorah Dual Invitational with Luis Uribe (138), Chris Brincks (195), and Ethan Kipp (220) collecting honors on the All-Tournament Team for going undefeated for the day. South Winn finished behind Western Dubuque (5-0) and host Decorah (4-1).

Uribe’s honor came with the aid of a pair of forfeited matches, a 10-2 major decision victory of Decorah’s Isaiah Mitchell, a 9-6 win over Tyler Benzing of Waukon. The sophomore also threw Western Dubuque’s Levi Hosch in 3:37.

On the other hand, Brincks made quick work of his opponents, throwing four and winning his fifth match of the day by forfeit. His fastest recorded fall of the day was in 0:21 over Scott Kime of Turkey Valley. He also collected a 0:47 fall over Dawston Regan of Waukon.

Kipp split his matches with a pair of falls over Adam Drew of Waukon and Max Hughes of Postville and a pair of decisions over Western Dubuque’s Dylan Hoefler and Decorah’s Carter Zidlicky. His final win of the day was a forfeit in the dual versus Decorah.

 

At Decorah (1/18/14)

South Winn 48   Turkey Valley 27

106 – Fisher WBF over Gossling, 2:00; 113 – Massman won by forfeit; 120 – Ling LBF to Reicks, 0:25; 126 – No match; 132 – Koening won by forfeit; 138 – Uribe won by forfeit; 145 – Schnuelle LBF to Buckendahl, 1:12; 152 – Meyer lost 4-2 dec. to Meirick; 160 – SW lost by forfeit; 170 – Hageman WBF over Sawyer, 3:52; 182 – Kuboushek WBF over Klemish, 4:37; 195 – Brincks WBF over Kime, 0:21; 220 – Kipp won by forfeit; 285 – Emanuel LBF to Kuennen, 0:39.

South Winn 25    Decorah 51

106 – Fisher LBF to Knoke, 1:44; 113 – Massman LBF to Hubka, 4:42; 120 – Ling LBF to Stortz, 0:32; 126 – SW lost by forfeit; 132 – Koenig LBF to O’Shea, 1:48; 138 – Uribe won 10-2 maj. dec. over Mitchell; 145 – Schnuelle LBF to Nordheim, 1:00; 152 – SW lost by forfeit; 160 – Meyer lost 6-4 dec. to Fjelstul; 170 – Hageman WBF over Dixon, 2:30; 182 – Kuboushek WBF over Hamilton, 3:43; 195 – Brincks WBF over Trewin, 4:44; 220 – Kipp won 7-4 dec. over Zidlicky; 285 – Emanuel LBF to Ashbacher, 1:30

South Winn 21    W. Dubuque 58

106 – Fisher LBF to Koerperich, 2:54; 113 – Massman WBF over Mensen, 5:11; 120 – Ling LBF to Thurm, 2:51; 126 – SW lost by forfeit; 132 – SW lost by forfeit; 145 – Uribe WBF over Hosch, 3:37; 152 – SW lost by forfeit; 160 – Meyer LBF to Burds, 1:55; 170 – Hageman lost 9-1 maj. dec. to Lyon; 182 – Kuboushek LBF to Kluesner, 2:51; 195 – Brincks WBF over Hoerner, 2:39; 220 – Kipp won 6-3 dec. over Hoefler; 285 – Emanuel LBF to Costello, 0:40

South Winn 60    Postville 24

106 – Fisher WBF over Vasquez, 0:56; 113 – Massman WBF over Mielke; 120 – SW lost by forfeit; 126 – Ling LBF to Martinez, 2:30; 132 – Koenig LBF to Mielke, 2:58; 138 – Uribe won by forfeit; 145 – Schnuelle WBF over Abdullahi, 0:52; 152 – Meyer won by forfeit; 160 – SW lost by forfeit; 170 – Hageman WBF over Gonzalez, 0:37; 182 – Kuboushek WBF over Walker, 1:29; 195 – Brincks won by forfeit; 220 – Kipp WBF over Hughes, 1:25; 285 – Emanuel won by forfeit.

South Winn 42    Waukon 30

106 – Fisher LBF to Ramsey, 0:37; 113 – Massman WBF over Benzing, 3:06; 120 – Ling LBF to Cota, 1:40; 126 – No match; 132 – Koenig LBF to Fuhrman, 2:45; 138 – Uribe won 9-6 dec. over Benzing; 145 – Schnuelle LBF to Grangaaard, 1:14; 152 – Meyer won 4-3 dec. over Lyons; 160 – SW lost by forfeit; 170 – Hageman WBF over Mitchell, 0:55; 182 – Kuboushek WBF over Roth, 5:10; 195 – Brincks WBF over Regan, 0:47; 220 – Kipp WBF over Drew, 0:44; 285 – Emanuel won by forfeit.

 

Having been delayed a day due to the weather, the Warriors traveled to Sumner-Fredericksburg Friday evening to face North Fayette Valley and S-F.

South Winn was pushed matside by the TigerHawks by a score of 47-27 with Cody Fisher, Ryan Hageman, Landers Kuboushek, and Chris Brincks all collecting falls. Ben Meyer (152) also earned a win with an 8-4 decision over Jesse Mackey.

Results from the Warrior-Cougar dual were unavailable at press time.

At Sumner-Fred (1/17/14)

South Winn 27 NFV 47

106 – Fisher WBF over Bradley, 1:33; 113 – Massman LBF to Jensen, 5:47; 120 – Ling LBF to J. Wander, 1:23; 126 – SW lost by forfeit; 132 – Koenig lost 16-1 tech fall to Kerr; 138 – Uribe lost 9-4 dec. to Bruns; 145 – Schnuelle LBF to DeMuth, 0:47; 152 – Meyer won 8-4 dec. over Mackey; 160 – SW lost by forfeit; 170 – Hageman WBF over Guyer, 4:00; 182 – Kuboushek WBF over Caldwell, 0:50; 195 – Brincks WBF over Lansing, 1:12; 220 – Kipp lost 5-1 dec. to Johansen; 285 – Emanuel LBF to Lape, 0:47.

 

The Warriors will celebrate its seniors Thursday night at home versus Central Elkader, Ed-Co, and MFL/MarMac. The week will conclude Saturday at the Alburnett Wrestling Invitational.

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