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ROYALTON/UPSALA ROYALS (posted 2-20-19)

 The Royals were seeded no. 2 and for the second year in the row, they earned second place, in Section 7A.  They defeated their rivals the Holdingford Huskers 54-15, winning eleven of thirteen matches. In the semifinals they defeated their rivals the Blackduck/Cass Lake-Bena Bear 37-25, the Royals won eight matches. In the championship the Royals were defeated by Class A Lean and Mean rivals the Aitkin Gobblers 37-25, the Royals won six matches. This was a very exciting dual, with the outcome not decided to the final matches of the dual. Mason Novitzki and Wyatt Lahr both went 3-0, Sam Costanzo, Jackson Held, Will Gorecki, Jacob Leibold, and Damion Theisen all went 2-1 and Gage Louden went 2-0 at the Section duals

2019 State Wrestling Tournament

 

Congratulations to Sam Costanzo, Wyatt Lahr and Jackson Held on your Wrestling Milestones!!!

 

 

   

            

 

Many thanks to our coaching staff for your commitment, encouragement, and dedication to our boys! Thank you… THANK YOU!!!

 

     “More enduringly than any other sport, wrestling teaches self-control and pride. Some have wrestled without great skill – none have wrestled without pride”.                                                                           

-Dan Gable

                   

“Only a man who knows what it is like to be defeated can reach down to the bottom of his soul and come up with an extra ounce of power it takes to win when the match is even.” 

ROYALTON/UPSALA ROYALS

Sam Costanzo – Senior

    

Will Gorecki – 8th Grade

   

Nathan Kolbo – Sophmore

     

Wyatt Lahr – Senior

   

Brady Conrad – SophmoreChristopher Borash – Junior

   

Gabe Gorecki – Sophmore

   

Jacob Leibold – Freshman

 

   

Damion Theisen – Senior

   

Gage Louden – Junior

   

Jackson Held – Senior

Matthew Kasella- Junior

   

Aaron Block – Sophmore

   

Mason Novitski – Sophmore

Coach Fesenmaier
Coach Gorecki

“When you see a team in college or any level, those wrestlers are a reflection of the coaches attitude.  If you have a tough coach, usually you have tough wrestlers.”   -Jordan Burroughs    


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