Wrestling

Spring Lake Park’s Danny Chlebeck did something very few freshman wrestlers do – qualify for the state wrestling tournament and something even more rare, winning the 113-pound Section 5AAA title.

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Bob Adams, Coon Rapids head coach, put it best while standing on the mat inside the Anoka Fieldhouse after the Section 7AAA individual wrestling tournament Saturday afternoon when he illustrated how tough it is to qualify for the state tournament through this section.

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Bob Adams, Coon Rapids head coach put it best while standing on the mat inside the Anoka Fieldhouse after the Section 7AAA individual wrestling tournament Saturday afternoon when he illustrated how tough it is to qualify for the state tournament through this section.

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While Apple Valley (Section 3AAA champion) is the post-child for Minnesota Wrestling, Section 7AAA should take that title soon enough as four of the state’s top-12 ranked teams come from what is the state’s toughest section.

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Jake and Kyle Begin are once again reunited on the wrestling mat. Instead of competing for the white and maroon at Anoka the two brothers wrestle for Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall.

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