Royals Wrestling welcomes Tanner Pasvogel, Noah Ryan, and Josh Barzowski from SCSU Wrestling on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6:30-7:30 pm in the months of April and May.  This elite opportunity is open to grades 6-12 in the wrestling room.

Meet these SCSU Wrestlers!

Tanner Pasvogel

The Pasvogel File: Sibley East High School senior and Arlington, Minn. native Pasvogel, earned the 2017 MSHSL 1A State Championship at 132-pounds this past winter. He is a four-time MSHSL state medalist placing fourth in 2016 at 120-pounds, second in 2015 at 113-pounds and third in 2014 at 106-pounds. He had a career mark of 178-53.  He is the brother of former Huskies wrestling great Tyler Pasvogel and the son of Burt and Lisa Pasvogel.

Noah Ryan

The Ryan File:  Kasson-Mantorville H.S. grad and Mantorville, Minn. native, Ryan won 2017 2A MSHSL state crown at 220-pounds with a 40-1 record…captured the 2016 1A MSHSL state championship at 195-pounds. He finished his junior season with an overall record of 46-3. Ryan also placed fifth at the 2015 1A MSHSL at 182-pounds with a 36-11 mark.  Placed second at the Northern Plains Regional Championships in freestyle and qualified for the USA Wrestling National Championships…2016 Cheesehead 2nd place and 2017 Cheesehead champion…151-30 overall prep record…3X All-Conference in football…2017 HVL Defensive Player of the year and 2017 Minnesota All-Star selection at defensive end…He is the son of Dan and Kim Ryan…a criminal justice major at SCSU.

Josh Barzowski

The Barzowski File: Barzowski, hails from Notre Dame College Prep High School in Niles, Ill. He was a 2016 IHSA 152-pound 3A state qualifier and finished his junior campaign with a 33-9 record. This past summer, he placed first in the Illinois State Greco-Roman Championships and second in the Illinois State Freestyle Championships. Barzowski’s older brother Jake is a member of the Huskies wrestling program. He is the son of Edward and Josephine Barzowski…he is a biotechnology major at SCSU.


“Roger Mischke Weekly Wrestling Report”


Will bring you the individual results of the duals and Individual tournaments of all eleven teams. Also the list of upcoming events, current state ratings, and conference standings. You can get more of your wrestling news and results at and more info on our local teams on my blog site: for more on Section and Conference previews and Bi-weekly columns thru out the season.


Updated 2-25-19

The Royals had a very good tournament performance with thirteen earning a place at the Section 7A Individual Tournament. The Royals had five punch their ticket to the state tournament, including two championships by Jackson Held @ 160 (38-3) and Damion Theisen @ 152 (18-6) and Mason Novitzki @ 285 (27-17), Matthew Kasella @ 195 (14-7) and Wyatt Lahr @ 126 (25-15) all earned second place medals. Jacob Leibold @ 132 (33-12) and Gage Louden @ 182 (26-21) both earned third place. Gabe Gorecki @ 145 (26-17), Will Gorecki @ 113 (26-16), Brady Conrad @ 138 (9-7) and Hunter Novitzki @ 120 (9-19) all earned fourth place. Aiden Olson @ 170 (17-19) earned fifth place and Bryce Binek @ 106 (2-9) took eighth place. Special Note: Jackson Held Won his 150th Career Match.


Jackson Held, R/U #160 No. 3A

Sam Costanzo, R/U #106 No. 7A

Jacob Leibold, R/U #132 No. 8A



Every year there is an excitement in the air when wrestling season rolls around. Let’s just say…it’s like a “good allergy.” You don’t mind getting it, and you don’t look forward to the season being over.  It’s an allergy that affects every wrestler and enthusiast out there.  For some, there is a full understanding of the sport, the moves, and how the game is scored.  For others, it is learned …let’s call it… behavior. But for those who are new to the sport, let us help you out by providing all there is to know from one simple website.    You think that was long, wait until you start reading!  With hopes that you find this to be helpful, you will soon be amongst the millions of allergy sufferers out there too!

wrestling-referee-signals (click on this link to understand the referee signals on the mat)



Adversity has a way of bringing people together, and due to the challenges that a wrestler faces on a daily basis in practice and competition, the bonds between wrestlers become very strong. In a wrestling practice, you have a group of guys that are giving it their very all to become the best they can be, and in order to do that, they have to compete against each other, day in and day out. However, even though guys are trying to break their opponent during practice, they can also be some of the best friends after practice is over. There is a great feeling of empathy that is developed for the other athletes, and when they win big matches, you are happy for them. When they lose big matches, you can feel the sting of their loss too.

For your convenience…

By accessing the Royals Wrestling website from your smartphone,  you will always be on top of announcements, new information, schedule changes, and directions to events.
You can easily connect to Google Maps to find out the mileage, travel time, and exact location to the meet you are attending. Access is made simple by tapping “menu” on the websites home page, then “calendar”. Beneath all away meets you will find the hosting location along with +Google Map. Tap onto this, and accessing your Google Map is at your fingertips! You will have stress-free travel information to lead you to the action of your Royal Wrestlers.  As always, safe travels!    


These delicious little no-bake energy bites are the perfect healthy snack!
PREP: 10 MINS       TOTAL: 10 MINS
1 cup (dry) oatmeal (old-fashioned oats)
2/3 cup toasted coconut flakes
1/2 cup peanut butter
1/2 cup ground flax seed
1/2 cup chocolate chips or cacao nibs (optional)
1/3 cup honey or agave nectar
1 tablespoon chia seeds (optional)
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Stir all ingredients together in a medium bowl until thoroughly mixed. Cover and let chill in the refrigerator for half an hour.

Once chilled, roll into balls of whatever size you would like.  Store in an airtight container and keep refrigerated for up to 1 week.
Makes about 20-25 balls.