Q-C state wrestling qualifiers


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Originally Posted Online: Feb. 10, 2013, 8:02 pm
Last Updated: Feb. 10, 2013, 8:56 pm
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Class 1A

Alleman: Sean Wetherell (170), Ben West (220); Erie-Prophetstown: Brandon McCullough (106); Kewanee: Bo Walters (126), Mark Breedlove (132), Omar Delgado (145); Mercer County: Tristen Finch (138), Zach Nelson (152), Devin Morford (160), Jon Ricke (170), Bobby Lincoln (220); Monmouth-Roseville: Justin Kinney (113); Morrison: Calvin Harridge (195); Orion: Jacob DeVolder (126), Joe DeVolder (145); Riverdale: Terry White (182), Logan Sherman (220); Sherrard: Hunter Spengler (106), Chance Teel (113), Ben Corlett (285)

Class 2A

Geneseo: Hunter Grau (120), Ryan Pitra (160), Brandon Mizlo (170); Rock Island: B.J. McGhee (120), Chase Wiggins (132), Jean-Louis Sawadago (145), Michael Cole (170), Keith Lawrence (195); United Township: Jeronnie Steward (113), Tanner Schuldt (152), Markus Murphy (170)

Class 3A

Moline: Adarios Jones (285)

















 



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