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Wrestling wins pile up for Eastview's two-sport duo

By Ron Haggstrom, Star Tribune 02/04/2017, 5:31pm CST

Eastview's Alex Lindstrom and Mike Delich are top competitors.

Quick Q&A: Jakob Bergeland, Centennial wrestling

By Star Tribune 02/04/2017, 5:25pm CST

Bergeland, who has signed with Minnesota, is enjoying a successful senior season.

Prep wrestling 2016-17 season story lines

By Star Tribune 12/07/2016, 9:47pm CST

Could this be Shakopee's year?

Wrestling teams to watch in 2016-17

By Star Tribune 12/07/2016, 9:46pm CST

Surprise! It's Apple Valley at the top.

Wrestling returning champions

By Star Tribune 12/07/2016, 9:45pm CST

A look at who's back on the mats to defend gold.

12 North metro 3A wrestlers ranked in top three

By Star Tribune 11/19/2016, 5:01pm CST

The Guillotine wrestling publication release its first team and individual Class 3A rankings on Nov. 11.

South metro notebook: Farmington coach finally reaches hockey dream

By Star Tribune 03/05/2016, 3:45pm CST

Greg May found the next best way to get to the state tournament, as a coach.

West metro notebook: Minnetonka wrestling team's 'first' includes a twist

By Star Tribune 03/05/2016, 3:44pm CST

Before 1975, the wrestling state meet was just one class, and only individuals, not entire teams, advanced to the state meet.

Quick Q&A: Jakob Bergeland, Centennial wrestling

By Star Tribune 03/05/2016, 3:43pm CST

Bergeland won the Class 3A state title at 132 pounds

360-degree photo of state wrestling tournament

By Matt Blewett, Special to the Star Tribune 02/27/2016, 11:42pm CST

The 2016 MSHSL Wrestling Tournament had more than 50,000 tickets sold over the course of half a week.Spherical Image - RICOH THETA

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