Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton stages comeback to knock off Detroit Lakes in home opener

Detroit Lakes wrestling results from Friday's home dual against Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton

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Cade Jackson finished third overall at 138 pounds at the Section 7AA/8AA state preliminary wrestling tournament at Foley high school Saturday, March 20, 2021. Robert Williams / Tribune

The Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton football team won four of the last five matchups on Friday night to spoil the Detroit Lakes wrestling team’s home opener.

Jordan Summers (170), Caleb Johnson (195) and Victor Sosa (285) scored fall victories to lift the Rebels over the Lakers 33-29. Bryce Fischer picked up an 8-5 decision win over Jacob Ehnert at 220-pounds to pull DGF within two points before Sosa sent the Rebels home with a victory in 2:55.

Bradly Swiers (138), Cale Abraham (160) and Cade Jackson (1:41) recorded pins for the Lakers, while Tyson Ullyott (145) and Cade Okeson (152) picked up major decision victories.

The Lakers travel to Bemidji on Thursday for their second dual of the season.



106: Kayleb Kosen (DGF) def. Talan Baker by dec 8-5; 113: Sam Schmitz (DGF) def. Jared Ohm-Mehrer by dec 6-3; 120: TJ Fuller (DGF) def. Beau Somdahl by dec 6-3; 126: Jacob Luebke (DGF) def. LeRoy LaCrosse by dec 6-4; 132: Cole Weber (DL) def. Austin Lenhart by dec 1-0; 138: Bradly Swiers (DL) def. Alex Anderson by fall 0:55; 145: Tyson Ullyott (DL) def. Roy Rude by MD 13-3; 152: Cade Okeson (DL) def. Thomas Thureen by MD 10-1; 160: Cale Abraham (DL) def. Bodey Devries by fall 1:12; 170: Jordan Summers (DGF) by Austin Thompson by fall 3:18; 182: Cade Jackson (DL) def. Casey Macziewski by fall 1:41; 195: Caleb Johnson (DGF) def. Connor Zamzo by fall 3:30; 220: Bryce Fischer (DGF) def. Jacob Ehnert by dec 8-5; 285: Victor Sosa (DGF) def. Jeffery Moen by fall 2:55

Jared Rubado is the sports editor for the Detroit Lakes Tribune and the Perham Focus. He moved to the area in September of 2021 after covering sports for the Alexandria Echo Press for nearly three years. Jared graduated from the University of Augustana in 2018 with degrees in journalism and sports managment.
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