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Kennedy Campbell attended her first Iowa State wrestling match when she was in eighth-grade, and was immediately hooked by the atmosphere that collegiate wrestling had to offer.

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The second half of the North Iowa Cedar League-West schedule got started Thursday in Conrad. It didn’t go the way either of AGWSR’s head coaches had hoped after opening the schedule with a home sweep of the BCLUW Comets.

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AGWSR’s Trey Lashbrook, ranked 10th in 1A at 120, will tell you he’s struggling. The junior two-time State placer is 22-5 this season after falling Thursday night to ninth-rated Brooks Meyer of Denver. All five of his losses are to ranked wrestlers over all three classes.

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SH-BCLUW co-head coach Mike Olson knew this year would be different than years past. They just don’t have the same amount of dominant wrestlers they once had.

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The AGWSR Cougar girls have struggled even in their wins this season. That continued Tuesday in Parkersburg as they held on to a 39-34 win over Aplington-Parkersburg. AGWSR’s boys have been struggling as well, and that also continued in a 65-42 loss to the Falcons.

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The first two times Ellsworth Community College and Dakota County Technical College played each other, the Blue Knights won by a combined 21-points.

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When the threat of bad weather canceled the annual Storm Duals, SH-BCLUW decided to put together a last minute mini dual tournament.