January 13, 2011 at 9:25 a.m.

Busy week doesn't affect CL as they only lose one

Kammerer posted six pins and one decision last week and is only seven wins away from school record
Busy week doesn't affect CL as they only lose one
Busy week doesn't affect CL as they only lose one

Chisago Lakes Quadrangular

Returning to action after the holiday break, the Wildcats made quick work of all three of their North Suburban Conference opponents at the Chisago Lakes Quadrangular on Thursday, January 6. They opened with a decisive 57-18 win over Robbinsdale Cooper. Their next opponent, Columbia Heights, sent just three varsity wrestlers and the Wildcats shut them out 75-0. Totino-Grace put up the biggest fight of the night, but succumbed to the Wildcats 41-22. "Against Totino," said Wildcat head coach Shawn Frederixon, "we had a lot of good matchups. The guys did what they were supposed to do and we kind of ran away with it."

Individual Results vs. Robbinsdale Cooper

103 - Dylan Connell won by fall 6-0

112 - Kyle Schoenecker won by forfeit 12-0

119 - Sean McConville lost by fall 12-6

125 - Quade Zupko won by tech fall 17-6

130 - Cody Fugleberg won by maj. dec. 21-6

135 - Joe Virga won by fall 27-6

140 - Bobby Sontag lost by fall 27-12

145 - Tyler Heckel won by dec. 30-12

152 - William Pool won by fall 36-12

160 - Ben Hinderman won by forfeit 42-12

171 - Travis Kammerer won by dec. 45-12

189 - Forfeit 45-18

215 - Vince Virga won by fall 51-18

285 - Dylan Hoyt won by fall 57-18

Individual Results vs. Columbia Heights

119 - Sean McConville won by dec. 15-0

171 - Travis Kammerer won by fall 63-0

285 - Dylan Hoyt won by fall 75-0

-11 CH forfeits and one double-forfeit at 189

Individual Results vs. Totino Grace

103 - Kyle Schoenecker won by fall 6-0

112 - Sean Hoyt won by dec. 9-0

119 - Sean McConville won by dec. 12-0

125 - Quade Zupko won by forfeit 18-0

130 - Cody Fugleberg won by maj. dec. 22-0

135 - Joe Virga lost by dec. 22-3

140 - Bobby Sontag won by dec. 25-3

145 - Tyler Heckel won by maj. dec. 29-3

152 - William Pool won by fall 35-3

160 - Ben Hinderman lost by fall 35-9

171 - Travis Kammerer won by fall 41-9

189 - Forfeit 41-15

215 - Jake Nase lost by dec. 41-18

285 - Dylan Hoyt lost by maj. dec. 41-22

Hibbing Duals

The Wildcats went 3-1 in duals at the eight-team Hibbing Duals last Friday and Saturday, January 7 and 8, finishing second. Their only loss was to tournament champion Centennial. Three Wildcats were named to the all-tournament team for going 4-0 over the weekend: Quade Zupko (125 and 130) Ben Hinderman (160 and 171) and Travis Kammerer (171 and 189). Each of the three wrestled two matches at two weights. Jakes Nase (215 and 285) went 3-0, and Kyle Schoenecker and Dylan Connell each went 2-0 at 103 pounds.

In the opening match against Bemidji, the Wildcats trailed 33-17 after the 152-pount match. But Hinderman (160) and Kammerer (171) pinned their opponents to pull the Wildcats within four at 33-29. After a Wildcat forfeit at 189, Jake Nase won at 215 to and Bemidji still led by four at 39-35. Dylan Hoyt (285) pinned his opponent in the first round, and the Wildcats had a hard-fought 41-39 victory. "Bemidji is young but scrappy," said Wildcat head coach Shawn Frederixon. "We knew it was going to be close and we were able to get enough done to win the match."

Against Centennial, the Wildcats trailed 16-10 after Joe Virga's win by decision in the 135 pound match. But Centennial rolled of four straight wins to take a commanding 31-10 lead. The Wildcats won three of the last four matches, including two by pins. But it wasn't enough as the Cougars won three of the last four matches to win by a final score of 34-26.

Trailing 22-21 against Hibbing after the 145 pound match, the Wildcats won five of the last six matches, including four by pin, to win 49-28. Against Princeton, the Wildcats trailed 30-16 after a forfeit at 152. But the Wildcats won four matches in a row, including three by pin, to take a 37-30 lead on their way to a 37-33 win.

Said Frederixon "We still have two forfeits in our lineup, so for our guys to fight back from those holes is a pretty big thing. We came out ahead in three of four matches. Ben Hinderman had an outstanding weekend. He has been up and down for us so far this season. He got four wins Friday and Saturday, including three pins. We bumped him up a couple of times and he came through with wins for us at 171 both times."

Chisago Lakes 41, Bemidji 39

103 - Kyle Schoenecker won by tech fall 5-0

112 - Sean Hoyt lost by fall 5-6

119 - Sean McConville lost by fall 5-12

125 - Quade Zupko won by fall 11-12

130 - Forfeit 11-18

135 - Joe Virga lost by dec. 11-21

140 - Bobby Sontag won by fall 17-21

145 - Tyler Heckel lost by fall 17-27

152 - William Pool lost by fall 17-33

160 - Ben Hinderman won by fall 23-33

171 - Travis Kammerer won by fall 29-33

189 - Forfeit 29-39

215 - Jake Nase won by fall 35-39

285 - Dylan Hoyt won by fall 41-39

Centennial 34, Chisago Lakes 26

103 - Dylan Connell won by dec. 3-0

112 - Sean Hoyt lost by maj. dec. 3-4

119 - Sean McConville lost by fall 3-10

125 - Forfeit 3-16

130 - Quade Zupko won by maj. dec. 7-16

135 - Joe Virga won by dec. 10-16

140 - Bobby Sontag lost by dec. 10-19

145 - Tyler Heckel lost by dec. 10-22

152 - William Pool lost by dec. 10-25

160 - Forfeit

171 - Ben Hinderman won by fall 16-31

189 - Travis Kammerer won by fall

215 - Vince Virga lost by dec. 22-34

285 - Dylan Hoyt won by maj. dec. 26-34

Chisago Lakes 49, Hibbing 28

103 - Kyle Schoenecker won by fall 6-0

112 - Sean Hoyt won by fall 12-0

119 - Sean McConville lost by fall 12-6

125 - Forfeit 12-12

130 - Quade Zupko won by fall 18-12

135 - Joe Virga lost by maj. dec. 18-16

140 - Bobby Sontag won by dec. 21-16

145 - Tyler Heckel lost by fall 21-22

152 - William Pool won by fall 27-22

160 - Ben Hinderman won by fall 33-22

171 - Travis Kammerer won by fall 39-22

189 - Forfeit 39-28

215 - Vince Virga won by maj. dec. 43-28

285 - Jake Nase won by fall 49-28

Chisago Lakes 37, Princeton 33

103 - Dylan Connell won by fall 6-0

112 - Sean Hoyt lost by maj. dec. 6-4

119 - Sean McConville lost by fall 6-10

125 - Quade Zupko won by fall 12-10

130 - Joe Virga won by maj. dec. 16-10

135 - Carson Velaski lost by tech fall 16-15

140 - Bobby Sontag lost by dec. 16-18

145 - Tyler Heckel lost by fall 16-24

152 - Forfeit 16-30

160 - William Pool won by fall 22-30

171 - Ben Hinderman won by dec. 25-30

189 - Travis Kammerer won by fall 31-30

215 - Jake Nase won by fall 37-30

285 - Dylan Hoyt lost by dec. 37-33

Travis Kammerer watch

As this issue of the Chisago County Press went to print, Travis Kammerer stood at 147 career victories. That is just seven wins shy of Dan Dellwo's all-time Wildcat record of 154 wins. We will continue to keep you posted on Kammerer's chase.


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