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10 Sports DISTRICT WRESTLING TOURNAMENT The Sioux-County Index Reporter Wednesday, February 17, 2010 " I I I I IN BRIEF... AII-Siouxland Conference wrestling team picked ORANGE CITY -- Four Boyden-Hull/Roek Valley wrestlers were named to the Siouxland Conference's first team. Two additionalNighthawk grapplers were chosen for the second squad. Zaeh Bliek, a sophomore 103-pounder, junior 130,pounder Nate Taylor and freshman Dallas Western Christian's Jon Grevengoed of Western Christian in 112 PoUnd district championship match against Chase Goodman of Rockwell City-Lytton/Southern Cal. -- Photos on this page by Jeff Benson, Lyon County Reporter The fearsome foursome Grevengoed is WC's first repeat qualifier, three B HEROKEE -- Four area wrestlers have punched tick- ets for the Iowa High School Athletic Association state meet set for Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines set for today. Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley's Preston Hoebelheinrich turned in the most memorable performance of the day, winning the 119-pound champion- ship. Hoebelheinrich recorded a 2-1 deci- sion during a sudden victory scenario for the title. "Hunter Langley, his opponent from Sergeant Bluff-Luton, had the choice and he chose bottom," said BHRV head coach Stan DeZeeuw. "Preston just rode him out for 30 seconds for the win." Hoebelheinrich (28-11 season record) was credited with a point dur- ing the third period as Langley was called for stalling. Langley earned his one point on an escape in the second period. The match wasn't settled after the first two overtime sessions, thus bringing about sudden victory. Other state qualifiers were Western Christian sophomore 112-pounder Jon Grevengoed and Nighthawks' Nate Taylor (130) and Dallas Rozeboom (145). Grevengoed became the first-ever repeat state qualifier in Wolfpack history. "It's a really great experience going to state," said Grevengoed, a Hull native. "I have another opportunity to see what I can do down there. It's amazing." WC head coach Barney Drenth said Grevengoed did an outstanding job of wrestling on his feet during his matches. Overall, Grevengoed (32-5) is the fifth wrestler in WC annals to make a state appearance. Jon made the final before losing to Rockwell City-Lytton/Southern Cal's Chase Goodman in the championship match. Meanwhile, BHRV is sending a record number of wrestlers to Des Moines as a jointly established pro- gram. Rozeboom reached the final bout before finishing on the business end of a pin against Sergeant Bluff- Luton's Jordan Langley. "Dallas wrestled well all day," DeZeeuw said. "He took shots and kept attacking. He was ahead 2-0 in the second period of the finals before HRV wrestlers make state he just got caught and was pinned." Rozeboom, just a freshman. improved to 35-5 on the season. Teammate Taylor (35-6) needed to win a wrestleback match against Sheldon/South O'Brien's Mike Faust to reach state. And that's exactly what Nate did with a victory by fall. It marked the fifth time this season Taylor and Faust had squared off. Other local wrestlers missed out on state, finishing third. The list of bronze-medal perfor- mances were Western Christian heavyweight Trevor Van Den Top (26-10) and BHRV 125-pounder Hunter Berkenpas (29-14) and 152- pound Ty Koldenhoven (21-22). The Nighthawks' 189-pounder Micah Hoogendoorn fell short of his bid in returning to the state meet; he advanced as a sophomore in 2009. Saturday's Results At Cherokee Class 2A District Meet Team Standings 1, Sergeant Bluff-Luton, 118; 2, OA-BCIG, 105; 3, Sheldon/South O'Brien, 88;. 4t, Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 59; 4t, RCL/ SCAL, 59; 6, AGH/SC, 42; 7, Carroll, 26; 8, Western Christian, 20; 9, Central Lyon/ George-Little Rock, 18; 10, Cherokee 14; 11, MOC-Floyd Valley, 9 Hoogendoom was an at-large choice. Austin Cegg, a shman 112-pounder, and sopho- more 119-pounder Preston Hoebelheinrieh were both selected to the second team. BHRV finished third during the regular season with a5-2 record in the Siouxland. Overall, the Nighthawks Compiled a 16-Sreeord in dual-team matches. .... Velde was also Rock Valley boys basketball standouts Jordan Dykstra, Marcus Heemstra and Trey Van Maanen, Rocket girls basketball player Alyssa Van Beck and FINAL WRESTLING STANDINGS Team Conf. All Sheldon/So. O'Brien 7-0 21-3 ............................. Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 5.2 16-8 Sioux Center 3-5 13-5 Sibley-Ocheyedan " 3-4 8-12 Okoboji 3-4 8-9 Boyden-Hull guard Jordan Mouw has been named the ' I0wa Network Services Class 1A player ofe week. The senior averaged 24 points and 14 rebounds in a the week of Feb. 1-6. points, including I2-of-19 from the this past week, Mouw added 14 points in Monday's paramount vic- tory over Rock Valley. i D mnbos s gns with Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley's Preston Hoebelheinrich goes for wrist control in his opening round match of districts against Ty O'Toole of Carroll at Carroll. Emmetsburg defeats BHRV at duals SPIRIT LAKE -- The Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley wrestling team made its first appearance in the regional dual team tournament since 1997. Unfortunately, the Nighthawks didn't advance past the opening round, falling to Emmetsburg- Armstrong-Ringsted- Ruthven-Ayrshire by a score of 39-27 on Wednesday night. "'l am proud of how we wrestled," said BHRV head coach Stan DeZeeuw. "It was a new environment tbr us. I thought we could be a little apprehensive and I didn't know how we'd respond. We went hard, it's .just that we fell a little short. It was a close match." Sheldon/South O'Brien topped Algona, 43-30 in the other semifinal dual. Emmetsburg AR-RA then defeated the Orabs in the final round championship bout, 46-33 to advance to state. The state dual team tour- nament will take place on Saturday, Feb. 27, at the U.S. Cellular Center in Cedar Rapids. DeZeeuw was pleased with the performance of 103-pounder Zach Bliek, who came back from a 2-0 deficit to score a 3-2 deci- sion over Tyler Leuer. Bliek earned a second-period reversal and then produced an escape point in the third. Usual standouts performed well for the Nighthawks, starting with Nate Taylor's 7-3 decision over Brady Bailey in the 130-pound bout. Moving up a weight class to 215 pounds, Micah Hoogendoorn pinned Derek Henkelvig at the 1:36 mark of the first period. Dallas Rozeboom (145) wrestled a defensive match and scored a 6-1 decision over Austin McCartan. Hunter Berkenpas (125) pinned Justin Studer at the 3:36-mark of the bout. Preston Hoebelheinrich won the 119-pound match on account of forfeit. In the highest-scoring bout of the card, Jake Stubbs defeated Dillon Schamber, 16-14. Schamber battled back from a 10-5 deficit after the first period to make things close. Wednesday's Result Class 2A Regional Dual Team Meet At Spirit Lake Emmetsburg AR-RA 39, BHRV 27 103 -- Zach Bliek, BHRV, dec. Tyler Leuer, 3-2 112 -- Isaac Lundgren, E, pin Austin Gregg, 3:04 119 -- Preston Hoebelheinrich, BHRV, won by forfeit. 125 -- Hunter Berkenpas, BHRV, pin Justin Studer, 3:36 130 -- Nate Taylor, BHRV, dec. Brady Bailey, 7-3 135 -- Skyler Rice, E, pin Mike Garcia, 0:21 140 -- Jake Stubbs, E, dec. Dillon Schamber, 16-14 145 -- Dallas Rozeboom, BHRV, dec. Austin McCartan, 6-1 152 -- Andrew Wellik, E, pin Ty Koldenhoven, 3:26 160 -- Joey Naig, E, pin Lane Hiller, 0:17 171 -- Howard Henkelvig, E, dec. Taylor Zeutenhorst, 9-5 189 -- Jake Morris, E, pin Daniel Hoogendoorn, 0:43 215 -- Micah Hoogendoorn, BHRV, pin Derek Henkelvig, 1:36 HWT -- John Ruddy, E, dec. Jordan Lutjens, 7-3 BOWLING SCORES Monday Night Men's League February 8 Team W Family Bowl 167.5 Van Ginkel Drywall 150.0 21st Century Electric 137.5 Pella 129.5 Cenex 121.5 Hardees 92.0 High games: Brent Boon, 253; Brian Hulley, 243; Ed De Jong, 233 High series: Brian Hulley, 672; Brent Boon, 621; Ed De Jong, 613 Tuesday Night Ladies League February 9 Team W Brandes P and D 94.5 Scissor Shack 89.5 S C Hospital 89.0 Family Bowl Cafe 76.0 Rocket Girls 72.0 Doorenbos Farms 64.0 Te Slaa Trucking 64.0 Brommers 51.0 High games: Sheila Meyer, 199; Jean Brandes, 195; Carri DeZeeuw High series: Darcy Helwig, 518; Carri DeZeeuw, 498; Joyce Vander Wilt, 490 Thursday Night Men's League February 11 Team W MT & T 215.5 Weld Works 179.5 B & M Concrete 160.0 Schuiteman Feedlot 159.0 Radio & Tv Center 135.5 Hull Pharmacy 128.5 High games: Mike SIothouber, 256; Marv Vis, 244; Dan Bonestroo, 244 High series: Kevin Maassen, 693; Dan Bonestroo, 675; Gary Diekevers, 674