Here are 33 Manitowoc/Sheboygan wrestlers to watch at WIAA sectionals

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Here are 33 Manitowoc/Sheboygan wrestlers to watch at WIAA sectionals

The WIAA wrestling postseason continues Saturday with area qualifiers taking part in sectionals.

Here are 33 wrestlers to watch this weekend, in alphabetical order, as they fight for an opportunity to reach the state tournament next week in Madison.

Nash Banko, Oostburg

Banko, ranked No. 6 at 152 pounds in Division 2 according to the final regular-season rankings by, finished second at the WIAA D2 Denmark regional after dropping a tight 3-2 decision in the championship.

Casey Braun, Reedsville

Ranked No. 14 at 170 in D3, Braun finished second at Weyauwega-Fremont to punch his ticket to sectionals.

Dylan Brody, Random Lake

Brody competed at the D3 regional at Random Lake on Saturday, winning the crown at 120 to advance to sectionals.

Jesse Burg, Cedar Grove-Belgium

The No. 7-ranked wrestler in D3 at 126, Burg picked up the title at Random Lake with a 9-3 decision.

Sawyer Dailey, Plymouth

Ranked No. 11 at 138 in D2, Dailey was pinned in the championship match to move on to sectionals.

Silas Dailey, Plymouth

Dailey, the No. 1-ranked wrestler at 170, won the regional title with a 17-3 major decision.

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Eyan Dessellier, Kiel

The third-ranked Dessellier took second at 145 at Denmark, losing a close 4-2 decision in a championship match to No. 2 Max Ronsman from Luxemburg-Casco.

Connor Faust, Kiel

Faust, who finished second at 160 at Denmark, is ranked No. 9 in D2.

Holten Golke, Random Lake

Golke picked up a pin in 5 minutes, 23 seconds in the title match at 195 to win the regional crown.

Ben Griffey, Mishicot

Griffey, No. 14 at 195 in D3, took fourth at Weyauwega-Fremont to advance to sectionals.

Mason Hoopman, Cedar Grove-Belgium

Ranked No. 5 at 145 in D3, Hoopman had a comfortable 17-4 decision in the championship match at Random Lake.

Ben Kienbaum, Kiel

Ranked No. 6 at 195 in D2, Kienbaum took second at the Denmark regional.

Justin Klinkner, Two Rivers

Klinkner earned the crown at 160 at the Denmark regional, winning a narrow 3-0 decision the championship. He ended the season ranked No. 7.

Logan Lodel, Reedsville

Lodel took second at 160 at Weyauwega-Fremont to advance to sectionals. He’s ranked No. 13 at his weight class.

Chase Matthias, Two Rivers

The No. 1-ranked grappler at 195 in D2 earned the regional title at Denmark with a close 5-1 decision.

Max Matthias, Two Rivers

The second Matthias brother to finish as a regional champ at Denmark won a tight 3-1 decision at 182 and is ranked No. 7.

Diego Morales, Cedar Grove-Belgium

Morales took home the crown at 285 at Random Lake with a pin in 5:24. He’s the top-ranked wrestler in his weight class in D3.

Alaric Muckerheide, Sheboygan Falls

The 12th-ranked wrestler at 220 in D2, Muckerheide finished third at 195 to advance out of the Denmark regional.

Jordan Platner, Cedar Grove-Belgium

Platner will continue his season at sectionals after finishing second at 195, where he’s ranked No. 13 in D3.

Stone Pomeroy, Random Lake

Ranked No. 2 at 152 in D3, Pomeroy ended his home regional with a title in a 9-3 decision.

Landen Ramsey, Sheboygan North

Ramsey won the title at 120 in Division 1 at the Nicolet regional, the lone area regional champ in D1. He pinned his opponent in the title match in 1:45.

Winston Reichle, Cedar Grove-Belgium

Reichle, No. 8 at 152, finished third at Random Lake to move on to sectionals.

Sam Schmalz, Reedsville

Ranked No. 13 at 113 in D3, Schmalz took third at the Weyauwega-Fremont regional to punch his ticket to sectionals.

Joe Schoeder, Cedar Grove-Belgium

Schoeder, No. 13 at 182 in D3, took second at Random Lake.

Adler Strenn, Reedsville

Strenn finished third at 195 at Weyauwega-Fremont to move on. He was ranked No. 14 at 182.

Carson Taddy, Reedsville

Taddy finished first at 152 at Weyauwega-Fremont, winning the title by a razor-thin 1-0 decision.

Rigoberto Tellez, Oostburg

Ranked No. 14 at 120 in D2, Tellez finished second at 113 at Denmark to advance.

Garrett Ulness, Valders

The No. 10-ranked wrestler at 126 in D3, Ulness advanced by placing second at Weyauwega-Fremont.

Michael Upson, Random Lake

Ranked No. 13 at 220 in D3, Upson earned a pin in 5:45 in the championship match to punch his ticket to sectionals.

Toren Vandenbush, Random Lake

Vandenbush, No. 3 at 170 in D3, earned the crown at Random Lake with a pin in 3:18 in the championship match.

Jack Wendling, Valders

Ranked No. 9 at 120 in D3, Wendling took second at Weyauwega-Fremont to advance to sectionals.

Maddux Wendling, Valders

Wendling won the crown at 113 at Weyauwega-Fremont via a 19-0 tech fall. He’s ranked No. 8 in his weight class.

Contact Tom Dombeck at 920-686-2965 or [email protected] Follow him on Twitter at @Tom_Dombeck.
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