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Wrestling: Goodhue, Lake City dominate triangulars

Goodhue completely dominated Thursday's triangular against Pine Island and host Triton. The Wildcats gave up just six team points on the night, taking down the Panthers, 62-6, and the Cobras, 80-0. Pine Island defeated Triton, 66-6.

Maddox O'Reilly picked up wins by fall and technical fall for Goodhue, while Travis Gadient, Baxter O'Reilly and Ryan Schoenfelder each had two pins on the night.

The Panthers' Tanner Simon had a pair of wins, including a tech fall against the Cobras.

Pine Island is set to host a triangular on Saturday, with Fillmore Central and Waseca coming to town. On Thursday, Goodhue, ranked No. 6 in Class A, will host Kasson-Mantorville, the top-ranked team in Class AA.

Lake City takes two in FC tri

Lake City had a high-scoring night at Fillmore Central, winning two duals against the hosts, 52-12, and against La Crescent, 51-19.

Mason West, Luke Skifton, Tanner Frank, Harold Schumacher, Derek Meincke, Thomas Frank and Ivan Vargas all went 2-0 for the Tigers.

K-M 45, Z-M 14

Kasson-Mantorville won five of the first six matches, including a 15-0 lead after three, in a 45-14 win over Zumbrota-Mazeppa in Thursday's battle of top-ranked teams.

Mike Vath stopped some of the bleeding for the Cougars with a 6-3 at 126 pounds, but the KoMets picked up eight more points immediately after. Z-M's Luke Tupper then picked up five points with a technical fall win at 145, followed by Sam Nordquist's decision at 152 to give the Cougars a bit of life.

Then K-M flexed, winning five of the last six, with only Jacob Bennett's decision preventing a closing sweep.

The KoMets, the top-ranked team in Class AA, is closing in on a 10-year unbeaten streak in the Hiawatha Valley League. Z-M, the top-ranked team in Class A, will be back on the mat Saturday at the Bloomington Kennedy tournament.

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