Eulberg, Reinhiller sweep at Madison triangular
January 21. 2014 11:07AM
The Quarrier wrestling squad dropped both duals at the Madison Triangular where wrestlers from Dell Rapids, Vermillion and Madison competed Tuesday, Jan. 14.
Vermillion bested Dell Rapids 54-27, winning nine of 14 matches, three by forfeit and six by pin.
Despite the dual defeat, Dell Rapids got strong showings from five wrestlers – four won by pin – against the Tanagers.
220-pounder Leon Maxwell got the Quarriers’ quickest pin of the dual, finishing Vermillion’s Noah Westergaard in two minutes and 23 seconds.
Wrestling at 285 pounds for Dell Rapids, Jacob Haberger pinned Tanager Adam Winslow at the three-minute mark.
Austin Eulberg picked up points for the Quarriers by pinning Vermillion’s Brandon Hertz after three minutes and 33 seconds of wrestling.
Vermillion’s Alex Osborne was overmatched by Dell Rapids’ Brock Reinhiller in the 170-pound slot. Reinhiller pinned Osborne in three minutes and 54 seconds.
Wrestling at 126 pounds, Jacob Ottoson earned points for Dell Rapids with a 9-7 win over Vermillion’s Mason Pickett.
Dell Rapids’ dual against Madison yielded only four match wins for the Quarriers, one by forfeit and two by pin.
Eulberg pinned Madison’s 160-pounder Cole Leighton after one minute and 57 seconds.
Wrestling at 106 pounds, Dell Rapids’ Scott Warwick pinned Bulldog Nolan Johnson in five minutes and 33 seconds.
Again wrestling at 170 pounds, Reinhiller beat Madison’s Nate Guthmiller 7-2.
Sutton Adams won by forfeit in the 138-pound slot.
Maxwell suffered a rare defeat, falling 6-5 to Madison’s 220-pounder Tyler Currey.
Dell Rapids placed fourth overall Saturday at the Tri-Valley Invitational in Colton with 116 points.
Maxwell scored the Quarriers only first place finish on the day. He pinned Pipestone’s 220-pounder Blake Wolters in five minutes and 21 seconds in the championship match.
Haberger earned a second place finish after falling to Parker’s Payton Jensen by pin in three minuts and 26 seconds.
James Lueders rounded out the Quarriers’ top finishers. He earned fourth place.