Wrestlers from around the state of Minnesota head to the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul for the 2020 State Wrestling Tournament Thursday-Saturday, Feb. 27-29.
Team competition consumes the first day before the individual tournament stretches two days in three classes.
Shakopee Sabers 34, Stillwater Ponies 21
Back-to-back state championships for the Sabers
Here is the moment they clinched the state title pic.twitter.com/BCWK2V8sbo— Todd Abeln (@shakopeesports) February 28, 2020
FIRST STORY: The repeat is sweet: By Todd Abeln
Class 3A Team Quarterfinal
Class 3A Championship Semifinal
Class 3A Consolation Semifinals
Class 2A Quarterfinals
Class 2A Championship Semifinals
Class 2A Consolation Semifinals
Class 2A State Championship
Champions: Blake West, Carson Manville
Runner-Up: Paxton Creese, Ben Lunn
Others: Pierson Manville (3rd), Jack Casey (5th), Joey Johnson (3rd), Tommy Johnson
Other: Chase Bloomquist (4th)
Chaska/Chanhassen: no podium finishers
Other: Bryce Dagel (4th)
Minnetonka: no podium finishers
Other: Jace Demmers (3rd), Zach Tracy (3rd)
Runner-Up: Bobby Striggrow
Mound-Westonka: no podium finishers
$16 adults, $10 students per single session. $30 adults, $18 students per daily pass. $90 adults, $54 students per season book (includes the team tournament). Box office opens at 8 a.m. each day.
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WHERE TO WATCH
School Space Media will live-stream every match and there is no charge for viewing. Find the stream at www.prepspotlight.tv.
Follow your favorite wrestler throughout the tournament with live scoring on Track Wrestling.
AROUND THE WEB
Shakopee qualifies 10 for state: By Todd Abeln
Eden Prairie crowns three, sends five to state: By Dan Huss
Orono wrestling to state for the first time: By Matt Thomas
Six Minnetonka Skippers to state: By Eric Kraushar
Bloomquist, Miller advance to state for Prior Lake: By Tom Schardin
Velazquez heads back to state for Chaska/Chanhassen: By Eric Kraushar
Three to state for Scott West: By Todd Abeln
Shakopee the team favorite in Class 3A: By Todd Abeln