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2020 metro wrestling honor roll

By JIM PAULSEN, Star Tribune 01/20/2020, 4:00pm CST

Updated through Sunday, Jan. 19.

Shakopee wrestler Ben Lunn leads metro Athletes of the Week for Dec. 30-Jan. 4

By JIM PAULSEN, Star Tribune 01/06/2020, 3:00pm CST

Also recognized: Nadia Abid (Maple Grove gymnastics), Mallory Brake (Hastings basketball), Adelaide Burton (Blake hockey), Adrik Kraftson (Stillwater Nordic skiing), Jordan Parent (Forest Lake Nordic skiing) and Simeon Sharp (St. Paul Harding basketball).

Big prep wrestling stars gone, new crop set to shine

By JIM PAULSEN, Star Tribune 12/16/2019, 2:00pm CST

Defending 3A champ Shakopee is ranked No. 1 but the state’s best team might be residing in Class 2A this winter. Plus other story lines for the season.

Honored prep wrestling coach to speak out on ouster from East Ridge

By David La Vaque, Star Tribune 05/20/2019, 5:00pm CDT

Accused of insubordination and a possible recruiting violation, Matt Everson did not have his coaching contract renewed. He contends allegations against him are either untrue or spun to suit the school district’s narrative.

Jake Svihel, Star Tribune Metro Wrestler of the Year

By JIM PAULSEN, Star Tribune 04/01/2019, 4:13pm CDT

The Totino-Grace senior finished the season 57-0, a state record for individual victories in a season, to win a state title after three runner-up finishes.

Opportunity seized as Apple Valley's Sebas Swiggum claims 138-pound wrestling crown

By Jim Paulsen, Star Tribune 03/02/2019, 10:49pm CST

The Eagles senior saw an opening and used it to win his first individual state championship. Plus other news and notes from Class 3A.

Totino-Grace wrestler Jake Svihel finally wins state title as a senior

By Jack Warrick and Jim Paulsen, Star Tribune staff writers 03/02/2019, 10:45pm CST

The Eagles senior, competing at 126 pounds, was a three-time state runner up before Saturday afternoon. Plus other news and notes from Class 2A and 1A.

For a few seconds, pain takes a back seat for Stillwater's Reid Ballantyne

By Jim Paulsen, Star Tribune 03/02/2019, 10:10pm CST

The injured Ponies star would neither sit out nor settle, winning his third individual title.

3A individual prelims: Hastings' Wilson satisfied despite short run at state

By Jim Paulsen, Star Tribune 03/01/2019, 10:24pm CST

Lynden Wilson was as pleased as possible after his first-round loss to Shakopee’s Tyler Jones at 126 pounds in Class 3A. That's because Wilson spent the three previous seasons battling various stages of Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

2A/1A individual prelims: Totino-Grace senior Svihel aims for one position higher

By Jack Warrick and Jim Paulsen, Star Tribune staff writers 03/01/2019, 10:16pm CST

Hel moved up to 126 pounds this year, and so did the wrestler who defeated him last season, Byron’s Mitchel Petersen. Plus a roundup of other action and top wrestlers who advanced.

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