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Hosting Tomahawk in a Great Northern wrestling dual Tuesday, the Red Robin team improved its conference record to 2-1 with a 49-27 victory over the Hatchets.

We had a great night wrestling, Antigo coach Ben Olsen said. Our young guys really came through. Dettman pinned a very good wrestler. Dykstra and Heuss are examples of the future of our team. They're young guys and very formidable on the mat.

The night started off a 285 with Tomahawk’s Jake Matti earning a 47 second pin over Gideon Sass. Ben Brown added six points for the Robins with a forfeit at 106.

At 113, the competition was tough as Conner Dettman battles Hatchet’s Austin Snow. Finally a pin at 3:25 awarded the home team six points. Coming right down to the final moment, Logan Edwards fell to Lance Knight from Tomahawk at 5:50 in the 120 pound match.

Another tough bout came in the 126 bracket as Ben Stimac earned a win for Antigo as he pinned Luke Knight in 4:46.

Dylan Dykstra brought the score to Antigo’s favor at 24-12 with a pin against Alex Bishop in 3:48 for the 132 pound match. Josh Heuss did the same with a pin at 1:39 against Tomahawk’s Isaiah Scheffler.

The Hatchets made a slight comeback at 145 as Matt Turkiewicz earned a 7-3 decision over Billy Hull.

One of the highlights of the night came in the 152 pound match up.

I asked Brandon Lucht to move up a weight and take on Tomahawk's best wrestler, Olsen explained. He came through in a big way. He didn't just beat him. He threw him to his back twice. Brandon is really starting to peak.

Lucht was facing Wyatt Wenninger who is ranked at No. 10 in the state, the Antigo grappler had one of his best nights with a 14-6 major decision.

The Hatchets earned another win as Gunnar Millard pinned Jovanni Castaneda in 5:31 in the 160 pound match. At 170 Korbin Krueger won off a forfeit.

Tomahawk would earn its final points at 182 as Erik Decker defeated Frank Kneeland with a fall at 3:14.

At 195, Collinn Eldridge put away Tomhawk’s Tony Matti with an 8-6 sudden victory while Nick Roller closed out the night with a pin at 1:34 over visiting Kyle Nelson.

The tough week continues for us Thursday with Rhinelander. We beat them last year, much to their surprise, the coach stated. It will be an intense match. We can use all the support we can get.

Wrestling starts at 6:30 p.m. in Rhinelander.
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Pins galore for Robin wrestlers along with the fall of a ranked athlete
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Hosting Tomahawk in a Great Northern wrestling dual Tuesday, the Red Robin team improved its conference record to 2-1 with a 49-27 victory over the Hatchets.

We had a great night wrestling, Antigo coach Ben Olsen said. Our young guys really came through. Dettman pinned a very good wrestler. Dykstra and Heuss are examples of the future of our team. They're young guys and very formidable on the mat.

The night started off a 285 with Tomahawk’s Jake Matti earning a 47 second pin over Gideon Sass. Ben Brown added six points for the Robins with a forfeit at 106.

At 113, the competition was tough as Conner Dettman battles Hatchet’s Austin Snow. Finally a pin at 3:25 awarded the home team six points. Coming right down to the final moment, Logan Edwards fell to Lance Knight from Tomahawk at 5:50 in the 120 pound match.

Another tough bout came in the 126 bracket as Ben Stimac earned a win for Antigo as he pinned Luke Knight in 4:46.

Dylan Dykstra brought the score to Antigo’s favor at 24-12 with a pin against Alex Bishop in 3:48 for the 132 pound match. Josh Heuss did the same with a pin at 1:39 against Tomahawk’s Isaiah Scheffler.

The Hatchets made a slight comeback at 145 as Matt Turkiewicz earned a 7-3 decision over Billy Hull.

One of the highlights of the night came in the 152 pound match up.

I asked Brandon Lucht to move up a weight and take on Tomahawk's best wrestler, Olsen explained. He came through in a big way. He didn't just beat him. He threw him to his back twice. Brandon is really starting to peak.

Lucht was facing Wyatt Wenninger who is ranked at No. 10 in the state, the Antigo grappler had one of his best nights with a 14-6 major decision.

The Hatchets earned another win as Gunnar Millard pinned Jovanni Castaneda in 5:31 in the 160 pound match. At 170 Korbin Krueger won off a forfeit.

Tomahawk would earn its final points at 182 as Erik Decker defeated Frank Kneeland with a fall at 3:14.

At 195, Collinn Eldridge put away Tomhawk’s Tony Matti with an 8-6 sudden victory while Nick Roller closed out the night with a pin at 1:34 over visiting Kyle Nelson.

The tough week continues for us Thursday with Rhinelander. We beat them last year, much to their surprise, the coach stated. It will be an intense match. We can use all the support we can get.

Wrestling starts at 6:30 p.m. in Rhinelander.
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