The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

High School Sports

March 2, 2013

Panthers coach, 3 athletes honored

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CLINTON — ALL-THREE RIVERS CONFERENCE WRESTLING

First team

106 — Brandon McCullough, sr. (Erie/Prophetstown), 39-5. 113 — Josh Bowling, so. (Erie/Prophetstown), 26-11. 120 — Collin Doege, so. (Amboy), 18-6. 126 — Jake Snow, jr. (Sterling Newman), 44-5. 132 — Mark Breedlove, sr. (Kewanee), 41-5. 138 — Stephen Adamecz, sr. (Sterling Newman), 32-11. 145 — Brady Rude, fr. (Sterling Newman), 27-4. 152 — Bryce Ivey, jr. (Sterling Newman), 38-10. 160 — Brian Bahrs, sr. (Sterling Newman), 43-1. 170 — Nick Williams, jr. (Erie/Prophetstown), 12-10. 182 — Terry White, jr. (Riverdale), 31-3. 195 — Calvin Harridge, sr. (Morrison), 38-6. 220 — Logan Sherman, sr. (Riverdale), 29-8. 285 — None.

Second team

106 — Hunter Webb, jr. (Sterling Newman), 25-16; Ruben Garza, sr. (Riverdale), 24-9. 113 — None. 120 — Tyler Naftzger, jr. (Erie/Prophetstown), 13-10; Eli Monier, fr. (Sterling Newman), 25-19. 126 — Bo Walters, so. (Kewanee), 31-12; 132 — Brandon Ahlgrim, so. (Sterling Newman), 32-10. 138 — Jared Cole, so. (Erie/Prophetstown), 27-16. 145 — Omar Delgado, jr. (Kewanee), 27-10. 152 — Jason Boontz, jr. (Amboy), jr.; Nolan Dykema, sr. (Morrison), 33-11. 160 — Seth Montgomery, jr. (Erie/Prophetstown), 29-10; 170 — Dallas Appleman, fr. (Amboy), 23-8. 182 — Austin Shoup, so. (Morrison), 31-16. 195 — Jonathan Butts, sr. (Erie/Prophetstown), 29-12. 220 — Jace Bright, jr. (Erie/Prophetstown), 19-15. 285 — Alan Kuhlemier, sr. (Erie/Prophetstown), 20-15; Steven Balk, so. (Fulton), 16-19; Adam Deter, jr. (Morrison), 13-17.

Honorable mention

120 — John Stickler, jr. (Riverdale), 14-5. 126 — Grady Todd, fr. (Riverdale), 15-17; Trevor Ullrich, sr. (Amboy). 25-12. 132 — Josh Wheeler, fr. (Erie/Prophetstown), 27-14; Tylr Dolan, jr. (Morrison), 2-0. 145 — Austin Keller, so. (Morrison), 14-19; 152 — Dylan Binion, fr. (Erie/Prophetstown), 26-15. 160 — Andrew Klien, sr. (Amboy), 14-13; Matt Lohman, sr. (Riverdale), 12-11. 170 — Jack Breedlove, jr. (Kewanee), 25-13. 182 — Noah Eads, fr. (Erie/Prophetstown), 19-14. 195 — Nathan Rocker, jr. (Riverdale) 21-17.

Final standings

    W    L

Erie/Prophetstown    6    0

Morrison    4    2

Riverdale    4    2

Amboy    3    3

Kewanee    2    4

Sterling Newman    2    4

Fulton    0    6

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