Southeast Valley High School


Jags Finish 2nd at St Eds

The Jags made their way North to the St. Edmond duals to do battle with #10 ranked team Britt, West Hancock(1A), AGWSR, the host St. Edmond, Roland Story, and Fort Dodge JV. Close but not quite was the opening theme as the Jags opened the day with the Eagle of Britt, West Hancock. After locking horns with a strong Eagles team, the Jags lost by six, 34-28 in a highly competitive dual. The Jags picked up the pace in the second dual beating AGWSR 60-18, and finished the morning by taking care of the Gaels 63-12. After the lunch break, the Jags squeaked by the Norseman of Roland Story 42-39 and finished the day by hammering Fort Dodge JV 66-18 finishing as Runner ups in the dual team race. 

   "Our guys had to really step up as we still didn't have our full lineup in place, obviously missing the big man, Aarron Graves at the top of our lineup and little brother Nate at 195. With our full lineup we felt we felt we could have won the tournament but we were satisfied with the effort of the guys today. Britt has four individuals that are highly ranked in their lineup as well as Roland Story, who has some very good ranked wrestlers in their line up. We had to move guys around to try and cover some of our open weights at the top of our lineup to get the best possible match ups. The guys are coming along as we will continue working on our defense on their feet, and top and bottom positions. Caelan Oakes, Ty Klatt, Zack Miller, and Rylie Ferrari finished 5-0 for the day, Spencer Suchan, Kaden Holder, Caleb Will, Max Miller, Carson Suchan, Harley Bryson, and Mark Hughes completed the day at 3-2. Malaki Klatt went 2-3 and Reed Andrews finished 1-1. 

JV Wrestling at Ogden

Six JV Jag wrestlers had a nice day at Ogden wrestling in a four man round robin tournament claiming four golds, a runner up and third place finish. Gavyn McGuire, John Klingson, Grant Smith, and Carson Joyce claimed 1st place Gold medals. Grant Farnham finished as a runner up and Caden Kaltshnee finished in third place.