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JM wrestlers finish fourth in Chaska

The Rochester John Marshall wrestling team finished fourth out of eight teams at a Chaska wrestling tournament Saturday.

The Rockets got outstanding performances from senior Brett Stein (171 pounds) and junior Adam Maves (heavyweight). Both took championships and dominated their weight classes.

"I was pleased with the way our kids wrestled" said JM coach Brendan Adams. "We were more aggressive on our feet than we have been all year."

JM plays host to Rochester Mayo on Tuesday.

JM individual results

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103 -- Mike Zenz (6th), 112 -- Lance Rud (5th), 119 -- Bryan Fogg (3rd), 125 -- Matt Wheeler (3rd), 130 -- Charlie Maves (5th), 135 -- Thomas Torrez (3rd), 145 -- Chuck Zenz (3rd), 152 -- Cody Norton (6th), 160 -- Mike Johnson (5th), 189 -- Mike Hansen (5th).

Goodhue 3rd at Stillwater

Goodhue placed third at the Stillwater wrestling invitational on Saturday. The Wildcats defeated New Prague 27-25 and Stillwater 37-32. Goodhue then lost to Milaca 36-22.

Chet Lexvold (135 pounds), Kyle Huneke (135-140 pounds and Ben O'Reilly (189) went 3-0 for Goodhue. Lexvold is 13-2 this season; Huneke is 10-5; and O'Reilly is 20-0.

Other season records for the Wildcats: Peter Burfeind 18-2, Tim O'Connor 17-3, Sam Gadient 17-3, Troy Stehr 15-5, Caleb Albers 14-6 and Kyle Huneke 10-5.

Lake City 3rd in own meet

Medford won the eight-team Lake City Invitational on Saturday. Caledonia finished second and the host team third.

Lake City Invitational

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(Saturday)

Team results

Medford 221, Caledonia 162, Lake City 147, Plainview/Elgin-Millville 141, St. Charles 114, Chatfield 87, Kasson-Mantorville 76, Riceville, Iowa 73.

Individual results

103 -- 1. Zach Nelson (KM), 2. Danny Simmons (M), 3. Cody Glover (SC), 4. Jacob Sass (Chat), 5. Jesse Acker (Cal), 6. Jason Wagner (PEM).

112 -- 1. Dusty Kavitz (M), 2. Bobby Bedsted (PEM), 3. Tim Thompson (LC), 4. Tim Finley (Chat), 5. Shane Braun (SC), 6. Jacob Foellmi (Cal).

119 -- 1. Lee Rohrer (Cal), 2. Aaron Breyfogle (LC), 3. Durand Kahn (PEM), 4. Matt Barta (M), 5. Nick Goodbrand (Rice), 6. Andrew Hulshizer (SC).

125 -- 1. Greg Brendemuehl (M), 2. Kyle Gosse (PEM), 3. Gary Burrichter (Cal), 4. Matt Larsen (KM), 5. Jim Twernbold (SC), 6. Tom Fieseler (Chat).

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130 -- 1. Mitchell Lange (Cal), 2. Nick Yule (M), 3. Tyler Norton (PEM), 4. Mike Lafferty (LC), 5. Tommy Hagan (SC), 6. Justin Wrubel (Chat).

135 -- 1. Ryan Priebe (Chat), 2. Kasey Meiners (Cal), 3. Brent Yule (M), 4. Stephan Adams (Rice), 5. Dan Cox (LC), 6. Dan Law (KM).

140 -- 1. Jason Rhoten (KM), 2. Brent Reinhard (M), 3. Ryan Feller (Cal), 4. Matt Steffen (PEM), 5. Dominic Dohlman (Rice), 6. Bryan Cole (Chat).

145 -- 1. Mitch Kuhlman (M), 2. Todd Halbakken (SC), 3. Tony Ryan (LC), 4. Clark Koenigs (Rice), 5. Ricky Sanden (KM), 6. Shane Holst (PEM).

152 -- 1. Alex Timm (Chat), 2. Ryan Gunhus (LC), 3. Justin Conway (Cal), 4. Chris MaKoutz (PEM), 5. Brent Glende (M), 6. Anthony Schwarck (Rice).

160 -- 1. Scott Balzer (M), 2. Tyler Johnson (PEM), 3. Jake Ellenz (Cal), 4. Ryan Marking (LC), 5. Tyler Dohlman (Rice), 6. Joe McCabe (Chat).

171 -- 1. Josh Ploetz (SC), 2. Steve Maas (M), 3. Aaron Schumacher (LC), 4. Darrin Brown (KM), 5. Nathanael Dohlman (Rice), 6. Brent Williams (Cal).

189 -- 1. Kevan Meiners (Cal), 2. Bob Hanson (M), 3. Mark Kohn (PEM), 4. Jason Finley (LC), 5. Jake Tesch (SC), 6. Aaron Thompson (Chat).

Hwt. -- 1. Ben Roberson (LC), 2. Rian Jones (SC), 3. Nick Boyle (Rice), 4. Jesse Kohn (PEM), 5. Paul Karow (M), 6. Aaron Mitchell (Cal).

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