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Delta repeats wrestling title Panthers capture state duals crown

BY DONALD EMMONS 

BLADE SPORTS WRITER

COLUMBUS — Delta did it again.

The defending Division III state wrestling team dual meet champion collected another title by scoring a 40-26 come-from-behind victory over Dayton Christian on Saturday at Ohio State’s St. John Arena.

The Panthers trailed 23-11 in the match before 160-pound senior Tyler Fahrer began a string of five straight wins by a pin for Delta. Todd Miller (170), Ryan Patchin (182), Mark Francis (195), and Devon Richards (220) followed Fahrer's lead, and the rest was repeat history for the Panthers.

"I knew I had to do something, and I knew I had to get bonus points, so I just went out there and did my thing and got a pin," Fahrer said, regarding his pin of Dayton Christian's George Hall at the 1:14 mark of their match.

The Panthers, who put on Back 2 Back Dual State Champs shirts when it was clear they’d won, became the only repeat state dual team champion with the win over Dayton Christian. Massillon Perry claimed its first state dual team title by defeating Brecksville 48-9 in the D-I final and Graham Local topped Claymont 35-24 to win the D-II title.

"We're real proud of our big guys for taking care of their business," Delta coach Anthony Carrizales said, referring to the five Panthers that recorded the match-deciding pins. "We figured on our big guys being able to rally at the end. To be able to pound out those pins, you always hope, but we weren't necessarily counting on that."

Miller pinned Jonathan Carr with 19 seconds remaining in their 170-pound match. He led 9-2 and was well on his way to a win when he put Carr on his back and tied the score at 23.

"This is awesome because last year was the first year to do it and to do it again this year as a senior, is really cool and a good way to end my senior year," Miller said.

The Panthers made it look like a leisurely stroll through the park during the quarterfinal and semifinal rounds.

The Panthers opened the day with a 70-8 thumping of Blanchester in the quarterfinals and followed that with a 65-6 rout of Massillon Tuslaw in a semifinal.

Eight Panthers entered the final against Dayton Christian having already scored two pins earlier in the day.

However, winning didn't come so easily early on against Dayton Christian.

Delta's Drew Mattin, who scored a pin in the quarterfinal and semifinal, was dealt a roadblock in the finals when Hunter Bray won the 106-pound match with a 6-0 decision.

Delta's individual state champion Jake Spiess had to go the distance against Christian Clary in order to score a 6-0 decision.

Dayton Christian's Michael May pulled off perhaps the upset of the day by pinning Delta's Kyle Keller at the 3:10 mark. Keller, an individual state champion, was comfortably ahead 8-1 when an attempt to pin May backfired and the referee ruled May had reversed the move for the pin. Keller was stunned by the call and left the mat upset about the ruling.

"I wasn't happy with it and I thought it was a little bit quick," Carrizales said. "I would rather him have this happen now than at the individual state tournament.

"As far as I'm concerned, he's the better wrestler in that match. He was winning, and he was winning for a reason."

The Panthers responded with back-to-back major decision victories by Noah Mattin (126) and Dustin Marteney (132) to regain a 11-9 lead in the match. Mattin dominated Josh Clary for a 16-7 win and Marteney dealt Seth Bell a 12-2 defeat.

Alex Becker put Dayton Christian back on top by a point when he defeated Christian Valentine 6-2 at 138 pounds.

Nick Vestal gave the Warriors an 18-11 lead by pinning Travis Barnes at the 1:14 mark to win at 145.

Dayton Christian's Jacob Danishek scored an 18-3 win over Jesse Beverly at 152.

But that's where the Warriors' momentum came to an end.

Delta Panthers ride tradition Wrestlers look to defend Division III state dual meet title

BY MARK MONROE 

BLADE SPORTS WRITER

DELTA — A wrestling brotherhood has been built in this town with a foundation of hustle, toughness, and tradition.

Delta has become one of the top Division III wrestling teams in the state. The Panthers are the defending D-III team dual meet champions, winning the title in the format’s first season last winter.

Delta also has produced 11 individual state champions since 1989. Sophomore Jake Spiess became the latest in that long line when he won a title in the 106-pound weight class last season.

Coach Anthony Carrizales, who won a state title himself for Delta in 1999, said a focus on fundamentals and top-level conditioning also are cornerstones that make up Panther wrestling.

“It’s a way of life in Delta,” said Carrizales, who is in his fourth season as head coach after serving as an assistant for three. “I remember my dad taking me to watch wrestling, and it was something where I looked up to the older guys. Here it’s something we do pretty good, and a tradition has evolved. It’s a brotherhood with the guys on the good teams. It’s fun winning. When you can be part of something that, it is special. It’s addicting.”

The Panthers won team titles in the individual state tournament in 1989, 1996, 1998, and 1999. Delta, which has a 22-1 dual meet record this season, finished second to Troy Christian by 13 points last season.

Ten wrestlers who led Delta to a decisive win in the dual meet state championship, a 52-17 triumph over Tuslaw, are back. Four members went on to compete at the state individual tournament.

Senior Tyler Fahrer, who placed third at state, has a 32-1 record at 160. Senior Kyle Keller, who was fourth at state at 120, is 33-4 at 126.

Sophomore Dustin Marteney qualified for state as a freshman along with Spiess. Marteney (31-4 at 138) placed eighth.

“It’s been really awesome to be a part of it,” said Spiess (29-0), who has wreslted at 113 and 120. “I always watched the high school kids and that kept pushing me to get better and better.”

Carrizales won a state championship at 130 in 1999 as a senior. He is one of about 15 former Delta wrestlers who have come back to help run the program, which includes a youth club and middle school teams.

“When you have guys running the teams that were state champions or runners-up, that quality of coaching is a good recipe for success,” Carrizales said.

Keller said Delta wrestling has been part of his life since he was 4.

“It’s amazing because you look back, and you were that little kid always dreaming of the spot you are in now,” Keller said. “It’s a huge honor to wrestle for Delta. It’s really great to see the accomplishments and how far we’ve gotten.”

Carrizales said the former wrestlers have continued the philosophy ingrained in them by their former coach, Robin Rayfield.

“We have an identity where it’s good fundamentals and tough wrestling,” he said. “It’s more of an attack and being aggressive. It’s about being in good shape. Hustle and toughness are two of the biggest things we preach.”

He said longtime dedication to the sport has positioned his team to make history by winning both state wrestling team titles this season.

He said 13 have the potential to qualify for the state individual meet.

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“Maybe that isn’t necessarily realistic, but I would think we should get 10 or 11 if we have a few hiccups or bad breaks,” Carrizales said.

Senior Christian Valentine (22-11 at 145), senior Todd Miller (29-7 at 170), and junior Ryan Patchin (9-3 at 182) all were district qualifiers last season.

Heavyweight Chance Veller (9-5) was fifth at districts as a freshman.

Four freshmen who had successful junior high careers also have the potential to qualify: Drew Mattin (30-1 at 106), Noah Mattin (27-4 at 132), Jesse Beverly (29-5 at 152), and Colin Hoffman (21-3 at 113).

Sophomore Ross Rayfield is 23-2 at 106. Senior Conner Keller (18-7) and junior Mark Francis (17-8) compete at 195.

At 220, sophomore Devon Richard is 27-7, while senior heavyweight Blake Parker is 10-14.

Keller said they all follow the philosophy of not getting outworked.

“Our coaches really emphasize toughness and the hustle,” Keller said. “They want us to prove to everyone that we are from Delta. We go at it in practice. You can’t get out-conditioned or out-toughed.”

Only 22 wrestlers have been four-time state champions in Ohio.

“I’ve thought about it,” he said. “I know what I have to do. I have to keep pushing myself. You have to have mental urgency if you want it. I’ve seen everyone working hard to get down to [state].”

One of the most tangible elements of the Delta wrestling tradition is “The Barn.”

The modest facility is a wrestling room created by Delta’s first state champion, Michael Mattin, who is now a physician at Flower Hospital. The 1989 champ also is president of the Panthers’ youth club.

Mattin constructed the wrestling room, complete with two mats, in a barn on his property.

“It’s extra supplemental space,” Carrizales said. “Practice space is pretty limited at the high school. So the kids can go out there and get a workout in. He runs the biddy club there, too.”

Keller said the barn includes jump ropes, climbing ropes, a peg board, boxes to jump on as well as medicine balls.

“The barn is a great facility,” Keller said. “It’s open to all of us to get a workout in. It has everything we need.”

Carrizales said nearly all of the 26 high school wrestlers went through the biddy program and worked out at the barn. About 80 kids are involved in the youth club.

“That’s good numbers for a small town like Delta,” he said.

The Panthers have won the Springfield Invitational and Maumee Bay Classic titles this season. They placed second at the Perrysburg Invitational and at the Brecksville tournament.

Delta’s only dual meet loss was against Detroit Catholic Central that came down to tiebreaker rules.

The team must get through Oak Harbor and Ayersville in the regional dual tournament to return to the eight-team state meet Feb. 8. The Panthers will shoot for their first team title since 1999 in the individual state meet Feb. 27-March 1.

“It would be great for our whole program [to win both team titles],” Carrizales said. “We have an awesome program from top to bottom. It's about the kids and letting them reach their goals.”

 

Delta continues excellent form in 2013-14, wins title at Maumee Bay Classic

By Josh Lowe, JJ Huddle "Lowedown"

Last year, Delta won the team state title in Division III and was runners-up in the individual state tournament. While obviously bolstered by two underclass transfers – junior Ryan Patchin (182), a state qualifier in 2012, and sophomore Chance Vellor (285), last year a state alternate – the Panthers still are starting four freshmen and four sophomores on a week-to-week basis.

Delta had a very solid runner-up finish at the Brecksville Holiday Tournament, placing seven wrestlers in arguably the state’s toughest tournament other than the Ironman; and that was before Patchin and Vellor were eligible to compete after the transfer. Last weekend, they were a narrow second place to Perrysburg at the Perrysburg Invitational, even though they had six champions and placed wrestlers in all fourteen weight classes.

This past Wednesday, the Panthers went up to Michigan and took on No. 18 Detroit Catholic Central in a dual meet. Said dual meet ended in a 36-36 draw, with the squads splitting seven weight classes apiece; however, the host Shamrocks won on the eighth criteria, which is most first points scored. Even though Detroit Catholic Central was without multiple projected starters, it was still an impressive outcome. For full results of the dual meet, http://www.trackwrestling.com/dualmeets/DualMeetDetail.jsp?dualMeetId=6516076

Then, over the weekend, Delta traveled to Oregon Clay for the Maumee Bay Classic. Even without the services of freshman Noah Mattin (126), who is projected to place high in the Division III state tournament, the Panthers were able to win a back-and-forth battle with the hosts from Oregon Clay by a single point (228-1/2 to 227-1/2). Each team had six finalists and ten overall placers.

The champion Panthers had wrestlers win titles in three weight classes: state champion Jake Spiess (113), with a 3-0 win over returning state qualifier Jake Donahue (Massillon); two-time state placer Kyle Keller (120), who beat state placer Collin Dees (Perry) 6-3; and three-time state placer Tyler Fahrer (160), whose pin at 7:47 in the tiebreaker against Nick Stencel (Oregon Clay) earned him Oustanding Wrestler honors. Another trio of Panthers finished as runners-up: freshman Drew Mattin (106), even after pinning state qualifier Jake Adkins (Johnstown Northridge) in the semis; freshman Jesse Beverly (145), even after beating returning state placer Heath Lange (145) 7-4 in the semis; and Ryan Patchin (182).

Pin propels Delta to 1-point win over Clay in Maumee Bay Classic

The Delta Panthers celebrate their Maumee Bay Classic title Saturday night at Clay High School. The Panthers won by a single point over defending champ Clay.

In a tournament where the top two teams fought for every point, Delta needed every one of them to take the Maumee Bay Classic team title away host Oregon Clay Saturday night.

On the strength of Tyler Fahrer’s overtime pin of Clay’s Nick Stencel in the 160-pound championship match, the Panthers edged the three-time defending champion Eagles by the slimmest of margins, 228.5 to 227.5. Rounding out the top five were Perry, with 194 points, Amherst Steele, 109.5 points, and Central Crossing, 198.5 points.

See full story at http://www.ohiowrestlingnews.com/news_article/show/340906-pin-propels-delta-to-1-point-win-over-clay-in-maumee-bay-classic

Delta Ready to Defend

Read more at: http://www.toledoblade.com/HighSchool/2013/12/19/Delta-ready-to-defend.html

The makeup of Delta's wrestling team looks a lot like last year.

That group of Panthers captured the Division III state team championship.

Ten of the wrestlers who competed in the state championship final against Tuslaw — a 52-17 triumph for Delta — are back.

Four members of that team went on to compete at state individual tournament.

It all makes Delta a clear favorite to finish on top of the Northwest Ohio Athletic League.

"Hands down, we're a better team than last year," Delta coach Anthony Carrizales said.

Wauseon and Archbold, who also have several returners, figure to also be quite competitive.

"Delta will be very tough for anyone in our league to match up with in a dual meet," Archbold coach Brian Becher said. "I expect Delta to have close to 10 state qualifiers."

Panthers pick up big win over Streaks

Courtesy of the Fulton County Expositor, see full article at http://fcnews.org/news/home_top-sports/594338/Panthers-pick-up-big-win-over-Streaks

The Delta wrestling team continued to impress at the Swanton quad meet on Thursday, picking up a huge win against Archbold and another against the Bulldogs. However, probably their biggest win of the meet was against the Streaks where they defeated them handily, 55-10.“I would say that Archbold is a good team so I thought the score might be a little closer. But the thing is, our boys really started off the year wrestling well against Springfield and they continued it into this week,” Delta coach Anthony Carrizales said.On the other end of the spectrum, the match only made the Streaks aware of how far away they are from being at or near the top of the NWOAL.

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Roster

NAME GRADE WEIGHT
Drew Mattin 9 106/113
Christian Carpenter 9 106/113
Colin Hoffman 9 113/120
John Mlynarek 9 120/126
D'Ante Martens 9 120/126
Noah Mattin 9 126/132
Travis Barnes 9 132/138
Charles Wandtke 9 132/138
Jesse Beverly 9 138/145
Austin Milligan 9 145/152
Jacob Wolford 9 195/220
Sam Wolpert 9 220/HWT
     
Ross Rayfield 10 106/113
Jacob Spiess 10 113/120
Dustin Marteney 10 132/138
Devin Richard 10 195/220
Chance Veller 10 HWT
     
Mark Francis 11 182/195
Ryan Patchin 11 182/195
     
     
Alex Dailey 12 113/120
Kyle Keller 12 120/126
Christian Valentine 12 138/145
Tyler Fahrer 12 160/170
Todd Miller 12 160/170
Devon Witcher 12 182/195
Conner Keller 12 182/195
Blake Parker 12 220/HWT

Coaches

Head Coach    

 Anthony Carrizales     acarrizales@pdys.org    

Assistant Coaches

Doug Ford     dford2@pdys.org

Robin Rayfield

Danny Carrizales

Sam Carrizales

Schedule and Results

*Varsity "A" Team Schedule in Bold Print

OPPONENT DATE TIME LOCATION SCORE WIN/LOSS RECORD
Liberty Center 12/5/13 6:00pm Archbold 67-12 W 1-0
Evergreen       71-9 W 2-0
Springfield Tournament 12/6/13 - 12/7/13 4:00pm Springfield      
St. Francis       73-3 W 3-0
Rossford       75-3 W 4-0
McComb       78-0 W 5-0
Springfield       66-9 W 6-0
Liberty Center       79-0 W 7-0
North Canton Hoover       61-11 W 8-0
Bedford Michigan       51-19 W 9-0

JV Whitmer Tournament   

12/7/13 10:00am Whitmer High School      

Varsity B team  versus Antwerp

12/10/13 6:00pm Edgerton 36-24 W  
Varsity B team versus Fairview        18-54 L  
Swanton 12/12/13 6:00pm Swanton 67-9 W 10-0
Archbold       55-10 W 11-0
Patrick Henry 12/19/13 6:00pm Patrick Henry 60-18 W 12-0
Montpelier       57-12 W 13-0
Varsity B Tournament at Montpelier Ironhorse 12/28/13 10:00am Montpelier     2nd place as a team
Brecksville Holiday Tournament

12/29/13-

12/30/13

10:00am Brecksville, Ohio High School     2nd place as a team
Brian Stultz Memorial Tournament 1/4/14 9:00am Delta      
Athens       68-7 W 14-0
Clyde       45-19 W 15-0
Defiance       63-9 W 16-0
Edgerton       76-6 W 17-0
Wayne Trace       73-6 W 18-0
Perrysburg Invitational Tournament

1/10/14-

1/11/14

4:00pm Perrysburg High School     2nd place as a team
Detroit Central Catholic 1/15/14 6:00pm Detroit Central Catholic High School Novi, Michigan 36-36 Tie  
Maumee Bay Classic Tournament

1/17/14-

1/18/14

11:00am Clay High School     1st as a team
JV Tournament Lake 1/18/14 10:00am Lake High School     4th place as a team
State Dual Regional Quarterfinals 1/22/14 6:00pm Delta      
Gibsonburg       74-6 W 19-0
Otsego       66-4 W 20-0
Wauseon 1/23/14 6:00pm Delta 69-3 W 21-0
Bryan       78-3 W 22-0
State Dual Regional Semi-finals and Finals 1/29/14 6:00pm Delta      
Oak Harbor       62-9 W 23-0
Archbold       58-12 W 24-0
NWOAL Tourn. 2/1/14 10:00am Evergreen      
State Dual Semi-Finals and Finals 2/8/14 11:00am Columbus, Ohio St. John Arena    

1st Place

State Champs

Blanchester       W 70-8 25-0
Tuslaw       W 65-6 26-0
Dayton Christian       W 40-26 27-0
Sectional Tournament

2/14/14-

2/15/14

4:00pm Archbold      
District Tournament

2/21/14-

2/22/14

3:00pm BGSU Stroh Center      
State Individual Tournament 2/27/14-3/1/14 3:00pm Ohio State University      
             
             

 

Hall of Fame

Delta Wrestling Hall of Fame

Two-Time State Champions
Jamison Moss
Year: 2004 & 2005
Weight: 145

Dean Taylor
Years: 1997 & 1999
Weight: 275

Bobby Schlatter
Years: 1996 & 1997
Weight: 215

Troy Sintobin
Years: 1990 & 1991
Weight: 171
 
 

State Champions
*This spot reserved for the next State Champion

Jake Spiess
Year: 2013
Weight: 106

Luke Kern
Year: 2012
Weight: 138

Adam Sintobin
Year: 1999
Weight: 189

Anthony Carrizales
Year: 1999
Weight: 119

Dean Schuler
Year: 1998
Weight: 152

Mike Mattin
Year: 1989
Weight: 103

Rob Sintobin
Year: 1989
Weight: 189


Runner Up

Jared Mattin
Year: 2013
Weight: 160

Tyler Fahrer
Year: 2012
Weight: 145

Derrick Yant
Year: 2008
Weight: 160

Jamison Moss
Year: 2003
Weight: 135


Adam Lohman
Year: 2002
Weight: 140

Mark Nagel
Year: 2002
Weight: 215

Mark Nagel
Year: 2001
Weight: 189

Dean Schuler
Year: 1999
Weight: 152

Danny Carrizales
Year: 1998
Weight: 145

Anthony Carrizales
Year: 1998
Weight: 119

Dean Taylor
Year: 1998
Weight: 275

Anthony Carrizales
Year: 1997
Weight: 112

Dean Taylor
Year: 1996
Weight: 275

Rob Sintobin
Year: 1988
Weight: 189

Third Place

Tyler Fahrer
Year: 2013
Weight: 145

Jonny Tolson
Year: 2009
Weight: 112

Matt Spangler
Year: 2004
Weight: 215

Mark Nagel
Year: 2003
Weight: 275

Adam Sintobin
Year: 1998
Weight: 171

Jeremy Abbott
Year: 1996
Weight: 135

Ben Wolford
Year: 1994
Weight: 152

Ben Wolford
Year: 1993
Weight: 152

Mike Mattin
Year: 1990
Weight: 112

Troy Sintobin
Year: 1989
Weight: 152


Fourth Place

Kyle Keller
Year: 2013
Weight: 120

Jonny Tolson
Year: 2008
Weight:112

Derrick Yant
Year: 2007
Weight:160

Lucas Burkholder
Year: 2003
Weight:140

Danny Carrizales
Year: 1999
Weight: 145

Brian Stultz
Year: 1998
Weight: 112

Anthony Carrizales
Year: 1996
Weight: 103

Ryan Sintobin
Year: 1993
Weight: 189

Paul Badenhop
Year: 1989
Weight: 145

Fifth Place

Jared Mattin
Year: 2012
Weight: 152

Kyle Keller
Year: 2012
Weight: 106

Jared Evans
Year: 2005
Weight: 103

Jared Evans
Year: 2004
Weight: 103

Mike Bushman
Year: 1998
Weight: 140

Billy Ehrsam
Year: 1996
Weight: 189

Mike Ford
Year: 1993
Weight: 130

Mike Wolford
Year: 1989
Weight: 275

Sixth Place

Ryan Gombash
Year: 2004
Weight: 130

Brad Young
Year: 1998
Weight: 215

Chris Schwanbeck
Year: 1996
Weight: 130

Bob Schlatter
Year: 1995
Weight: 215

Jamie Cunningham
Year: 1995
Weight: 112

Kerry Lesniewicz
Year: 1994
Weight: 145

Lance Eisel
Year: 1994
Weight: 171

Mike Ford
Year: 1991
Weight: 135

Dusty Moore
Year: 1986
Weight: 130

Dave Roach
Year: 1975
Weight: 175

Seventh Place

Tyler Fahrer
Year: 2011
Weight: 140
 

Eighth Place

Dustin Marteney
Year: 2013
Weight: 126

Luke Kern
Year: 2011
Weight: 135

Derrick Yant
Year: 2006
Weight: 145


State Qualifiers

Name
Year Weight

Jordan Smith
2009    125

Tyler Yant
2009    130

Reid Rayfield
2009    135

Max Pennington
2009    140

Sam Carrisalez
2008    125

Adam Godsey
2008    189

Tyler Gombash
2008    140

Ryan Rayfield
2008    119

Oscar Aranjo
2007    103

Matt Fitch
2007    171

Tyler Gombash
2007    140

Sam Carrizales
2007    125

Tyler Gombosh
2006    140

Ryan Rayfield
2006    103

Jared Evans
2003    103

Ryan Gombash
2003      119

Jamison Moss
2002     125

Lucas Burkholder
2002         135

Adam Lohman
2001     135

Brian Madden
2001     145

Derek Rathbun
1998     135

John Ehrsam
1998     160

Dean Lutton
1997     145

Lance Eisel
1995     171

Doug Ford
1994     103

Doug Ford
1993     103

Ben Wolford
1992     152

Dave Barnes
1992     125

Chris Savage
1989      125

Todd Sintobin
1988     171

Todd Sintobin
1987     171

Rick Stiriz
1986     112

Kieth Schekterly
1984     185

John Schmitz
1983
 

Gary Rhoades
1975
 

Junior Carrizales
1974
 

Max Mattin
1973
 

League Champions
Working on this!

 

Sectional Champions
Working on this!

 

District Champions
Working on this!


100 Wins Club

Name

Year
Total
Derrik Yant

2005-2008    163
Jamison Moss

2001-2005
161
Anthony Carrizales

1995-1999
145
Dean Taylor

1995-1999
144
Jared Evans
2001-2005
134
Mark Nagel

1999-2003
134
Ben Wolford

1990-1994
127
Tyler Gombash

2005-2008

127

Bobby Schlatter

1993-1997
125
Sam Carrisalez

2005-2008

124

Adam Sintobin

1995-1999
119
Ryan Gombash

2001-2005
117
Mike Mattin

1986-1990
117
Troy Sintobin

1987-1991
117
Jonny Tolson

2006-2009    116
Adam Lohman

1998-2002
116
Ryan Rayfield

2005-2008

113

Mike Ford

1989-1993
108
Jamie Cunningham

1991-1995
107
Jordan Smith

2006-2009    104
Adam Godsey

2005-2008

104

Reid Rayfield

2006-2009    103
Brian Stultz

1994-1998
102
Lucas Burkholder

1999-2003
102
Tim Ford

1998-2002
102
Mike Bushman

1995-1999
101
*****Still Wrestling

 

 

 

Collegiate All American
Rob Sintobin          4th            275         1994

National Collegiate Wrestling Association
Dean Lutton           2nd         158           1998

 Asics All American Team Members

Jamison Moss                    145          2005
Dean Taylor                       Hwt         1999

High School Senior Nationals
Dean Taylor           1st            275          1999
Anthony Carrizales 4th            130          1999

High School All Americans (Fargo)
Jamison Moss                   7th          2003

Dean Taylor
Anthony Carrizales
Dean Shuler                       7th         1997
Adam Sintobin                                               

Derrick Yant                      8th         2006

Fila World Championships

Derrick Yant                     1st          2007

Derrick Yant                     1st          2008

High School All Americans
(Reno Tournament of Champions)
Name                              Place      Year
Adam Sintobin                   1st         1998
Dean Taylor                       1st         1998
Anthony Carrizales             2nd        1998
Dean Shuler                       5th         1998
Danny Carrizales                5th         1998

 

 

Team Awards

 

Year
Points Scored
 

State Champions

1999
118.5
 
1998
149.5
State Record
 
1996
96.5
 
1989
96
 

State Runner up
1997
75.5
 

Third Place

2012
74.0

2004
64.5
 

Fifth place

2003

 

 

Ninth Place

2008
 
 

Team District Champions
1989, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2007,2008

Team Sectional Champions

NWOAL Champions
1974, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2003,2008

 

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