Kingsbury County picked up a solid win over Sisseton, while Flandreau went winless in three duals as part of the West Lyon, Iowa quad in high school wrestling on Tuesday night.
• Kingsbury County 66, Sisseton 15
LAKE PRESTON – The Kingsbury County Knights rolled to a big win over Sisseton on Tuesday night in high school wrestling.
The Knights won seven matches, all by pin fall, and received four forfeit wins.
Lane Albrecht opened the dual with a win over Blake Steiner in 2:16 at 106 pounds.
At 113 pounds, Sisseton’s Holden Hawkins defeated the Knights’ Greyson Nielson in 1:20, and at 120 pounds, Ian Metz gave the Redmen a win by defeating Gannon Gilligan, 3-2.
Kingsbury County’s Kaleb Johnson worked a pin in 3:59 over Riley Steen at 126 pounds, then Dylan Zell scored a win over Boe Iverson in 1:12 at 132 pounds.
The Knights’ Lane Holland and Luke Steffensen received forfeit wins at 138 and 145 pounds, respectively, then Caleb Clark at 152 pounds won in 1:13 over Josh Long.
Kingsbury County’s Tucker Anderson scored a forfeit win at 160 pounds, which Connor Johnson followed up with a pin of Julius Cloud in 1:27 at 170 pounds.
The Redmen’s Mason Shultz secured their final win of the night, pinning the Knights’ Dylan Singrey in 56 seconds at 182 pounds.
At 195 pounds, Christian Larson received a forfeit win.
The Knights finished up with two quick pins as Nate Kersting won the 220-pound match in 40 seconds over Mason Gray, then Owen Kerkvleit defeated Ethan Skarnagel in 56 seconds at heavyweight.
Kingsbury County hosts Lyman, Sioux Valley, and Warner/Northwestern as part of a quadrangular on Jan. 21, then hosts their annual tournament the next morning.
West Lyon, Iowa Quad
INWOOD, Iowa – Flandreau went 0-3 as part of a quad at West Lyon, Iowa, losing to the host Wildcats, Parker, and Parkston.
The Fliers will take part in the Tri-Valley Invitational this Saturday, beginning at 10 a.m. in Colton.
• Parker 64, Flandreau 18
Parker won five of the seven contested matches and picked up six forfeit wins in their 64-18 defeat of Flandreau.
Brayden Wiese earned a win at 120 pounds with a pin in 5:45, as did Justin Klein at 132 as he pinned his opponent in 3:36.
Flandreau’s other win came at 170 pounds where Caleb Pitsenberger picked up a forfeit win.
• Parkston 49, Flandreau 24
The Fliers again won two matches and picked up two more wins by forfeit.
At 160 pounds, Karter Headrick earned a win by fall in 1:39, then at 182 pounds Caleb Dietrich needed just one second more than Headrick to record another win by fall.
Chase Reed (220 pounds) and Thomas Loehr (285 pounds) won by forfeit.
• West Lyon 60, Flandreau 21
Reed picked up the only contested win of the dual for the Fliers, winning an 8-4 decision at 220 pounds.
The Fliers picked up three wins by forfeit.