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Jondle Champ; Lawrence and Lundberg advance as Runner-ups

Freshman 160 pounder Kyler Jondle(33-10) captured his first Sectional crown at Perry High School to advance to District competition at Webster City nextSaturday, February 13th. Jondle wrestled his best tournament of the season beating Greene County's Isaiah Yoder 10-1 in the finals after defeating a solid Carrol Kuemper 13-0 opponent in the semi's. Sophomore 132 lbs. Trey Lawrence(40-7) advances to his first District tournament after finishing as a runner up to #8 Kade Van Kirk of Perry, losing 8-0 in the finals. Junior 170 lbs. Kaelan Lundberg(34-11) also advanced to his first District competition with a runner up performance behind Perry's  Eli Saemisch. The three Jag wrestlers face Garner-Hayfield's sectional top two place winners at Webster City with wrestling starting at 12:00 p.m.
    Competition doesn't get easier as these young men prepare for Districts for the dream of participating in Iowa's prestigious High School Wrestling tournament. Kyler opens with #5 ranked Josh Strohman of Algona, Trey faces Humboldt's Joey Busse(40-6), and Kaelan battles #5 ranked Conner Shaw of Garner-Hayfield. The top two place winners advance to the State Tournament starting February 18-20
    In other Jaguar action, 220 lbs Frosh. Clayton McFarland placed third; 106 lbs. Frosh. Coledon Bethel, 113 lbs. Soph. Colton Klingson, 126 lbs. Frosh. Sam Hemmestad, and 182 lbs. senior Zeke Miller placed fourth. 138 lbs. Frosh. Carter Fluckinger, 152 Lbs. Frosh. Ivan Hudson, 120 lbs. Frosh. Evan Mcready and Soph. Heavyweight Matt Ross placed fifth. 
    "We were pleased with the three young men that advanced to Districts where competition gets really tough. Kyler wrestled his best tournament of the year wrestling aggressively and staying in good position. Trey and Kaelan ran into some pretty tough seniors from Perry in the finals. Overall the coaches were happy with the progress of our young team. Of the twelve wrestlers we entered in Sectionals, seven were freshman with three sophomores. Some of our young kids didn't start wrestling until their 7th or 8th grade year, so we are hoping these young men will continue to work hard in the off season building for the future of Jaguar wrestling. "

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