Wrestling: Wildcats drop home match as K-W wrestler makes historyThe Goodhue wrestling team lost 44-21 to Kenyon-Wanamingo Thursday night in Goodhue on a historic night in Minnesota wrestling for four brothers from K-W.
By: R-E Sports Staff, The Republican Eagle
The Goodhue wrestling team lost 44-21 to Kenyon-Wanamingo Thursday night in Goodhue on a historic night in Minnesota wrestling for four brothers from K-W.
With Mitchell Lexvold’s major decision victory over Kyle Drehmel at 126 pounds, the Lexvold brothers became the leaders for the most career wins by a set of brothers in Minnesota wrestling history. Nathan, Drew, Chad and Mitchell Lexvold combined for 700 career wins, one more than the five Wurm brothers from Annandale/Maple Lake.
Goodhue sophomore Matthew Lexvold won a 9-4 decision over Luke Rechtzigel at 113 pounds, junior Mitchell Breuer defeated Tyler Peterson by 9-3 decision at 152 pounds and senior Justin Simmons secured a 5-1 decision over Trent Bossard at 160 pounds. Senior Weston Gadient pinned Mark Cruz at 220 pounds and junior Ryan Tipcke won by forfeit at 285 pounds to round out the Wildcats' scoring.
Goodhue is off until the Section 1A tournament Feb. 16.