Mound Westonka Varsity Wrestling

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White Hawks Wrestlers Drop Conference Duals

The Mound Westonka White Hawks wrestling team wrestled five duals in two days, which included three conference duals. Unfortunately, the White Hawks come out on the losing end of all three. On Jan. 10, the White Hawks traveled to Dassel-Cokato to take on the Chargers and the Annandale-Maple Lake Lightning. The White Hawks faced the

White Hawks Wrestlers Win Three Duals

The Mound Westonka White Hawks wrestling team won its first duals of the year, going 3-0 at the Robbinsdale Armstrong quad on Dec. 20. The White Hawks faced the host Falcons, who are also section foes, in the first match of the evening. After a seesaw battle in the lower and middle weights, the White

White Hawks Wrestlers Open WCC Action, Compete in Northfield Invite

The Mound Westonka White Hawks wrestling squad had a busy week, competing in their first Wright County conference action of the year and in the Northfield Invite. On Dec. 13, the White Hawks traveled to New London-Spicer to take on the host Wildcats and Litchfield. The White Hawks fell to the Wildcats 43-42 in the

White Hawks Wrestlers Place Six at Bunyan Invite

The Mound Westonka White Hawks wrestling squad competed in the Paul Bunyan Invite in Brainerd on Dec. 7 and 8. The White Hawks placed six of 14 wrestlers, finishing a respectable seventh place overall. Placing for the White Hawks were: senior Brock Munsterteiger, eighth place; junior Ryan Fitz, seventh place; junior Noah Lietzau and senior Kris Kurtz,

WESTONKA ATHLETIC/ACTIVITIES STUDENT OF THE WEEK

Senior wrestler Ben Schmalz is 7-0 on the year, winning his third consecutive Fridley Invite and second consecutive Paul Bunyan Invite championship. Schmalz defeated Riley Schock of Moorhead in the finals of the Bunyan, 6-1. Schock finished fourth in AAA state last season and is currently ranked fourth. Schmalz won his third consecutive Fridley Invitational

White Hawks Wrestlers Place Second at Fridley Invite

The Mound Westonka White Hawks wrestling squad opened the season with a runner-up finish at the Fridley Invitational on Dec. 1. Delano won the tournament, but the White Hawks finished second place overall, with host Fridley a distant third. “I thought our guys wrestled extremely well this weekend,” said co-head coach Josten Coleman. “We had

White Hawks Wrestlers Look for Big Season

The Mound Westonka White Hawks wrestling team will look to build on last year’s success and reach their team goals. The White Hawks had a solid showing last season, with 14 dual meet wins. Individually, the White Hawks sent two wrestlers to state. “We had some great accomplishments last season, and we are hoping to

White Hawks Wrestlers Receive End-of-Season Awards

The Mound Westonka wrestling squad held its end of the season banquet March 13 at Mound Westonka High School, concluding an excellent season. “We had a great year and took another step towards achieving our goals as a program,” said head coach Todd Munsterteiger. “Now we need to follow it up with an even better

White Hawks Wrestlers Compete at State Tournament

Mound Westonka White Hawks juniors Ethan Devore and Ben Schmalz competed at the MSHSL State Wrestling Tournament March 2 and 3 at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. Devore lost his first-round match to Jahsa Rankin of Eden Prairie 2-0 in sudden victory overtime, giving up a controversial takedown at the buzzer. The official

White Hawks Wrestlers Send Two to State

The Mound Westonka White Hawks placed six wrestlers in the Section 5AAA Individual Tournament Feb. 24 and 25 at Mound Westonka High School. Of those six, two will be advancing to the MSHSL State Wrestling Tournament on Friday and Saturday at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. Juniors Ethan Devore and Ben Schmalz will