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Northland Area Wrestlers Qualify for State

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Updated: February 24, 2020 06:57 PM

Here's a look at the Northland individual wrestlers that qualified for state.

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The individual competition of the annual Wrestling State Tournament is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 28- 29 at the Xcel Energy Center in downtown St. Paul.

• MSHSL – State Wrestling Area Qualifiers

106lbs

Marshall Larson of Aitkin (7A)

Justin Jobe of Grand Rapids (7AA)

113lbs

Jayce Ross of Deer River (7A)

120lbs

Trevor Michienzi of Deer River (7A)

Connor Wakefield of Grand Rapids (7AA)

126lbs

John Paul Fitzpatrick of Crosby-Ironton (7A)

132lbs

Marshall Michienzi of Deer River (7A)

Dusty Wilke of Grand Rapids (7AA)

138lbs

Jack Grell of Aitkin (7A)

David Platt of Hibbing (7AA)

145lbs

Trey Fairbanks of Deer River (7A)

152lbs

Brayden Jones of Grand Rapids (7AA)

160lbs

Daniel Mielke of Rush City-Braham (7A)

170lbs

Michael Fitzpatrick of Crosby-Ironton (7A)

Jojo Thompson of Deer River (7A)

Tim Johnson of Pine City-Hinckley-Finlayson (7AA)

182lbs

Austin Mundt of Deer River (7A)

Jagger Greenwood of Hibbing (7AA)

195lbs

Thor Kongsjord of Deer River (7A)

Langston Nash of Hibbing (7AA)

The 77th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Individual Wrestling Tournament will be held Thursday-Saturday, Feb. 27-29, at the Kohl Center on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis.

• WIAA State Wrestling Area Qualifiers

106lbs

Connor Krueger of Superior (D1)

Tommy Brown of Northwestern (D2)

145lbs

Jared Stricker of Ashland (D2)

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