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Ames and Gilbert both turned in solid performances and Nevada’s Mackenzie Arends finished second at 190 pounds during the Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials (IWCOA) girls state wrestling tournament held last Friday and Saturday at the at the Xtream Arena in Coralville.

Ames finished 34th out of 146 teams with 48 points. Gilbert tied for 53rd with a score of 35.

Waverly-Shell Rock was crowned the IWCOA girls state champion with 219 points.
Nevada had the top individual performer among area competitors. The Cubs’ McKenzie Arends placed second at 190.
Ames had 14 wrestlers competing in the regular tournament plus three more in the Silver Division.
Greta Goodman (105 pounds), Alexis Winkey (125), Maegan Schoppe (135), Leah Stagg (140), Abby Johnson (145) and Allison Metschke (170) each won one match on the mat for the Ames girls. In the Silver Division Celia Dauphinais placed fourth at 120 and Piper Bartmes was seventh at 125.

Goodman was 2-2 with a pin over Dubuque Wahlert’s Shelby Sullens in the championship second round and a 10-7 win over Durant’s Jo Fusco in the consolation fourth round.
Winkey went 3-2. She pinned her first three opponents in Webster City’s Brynna Croy, Sumner-Fredericksburg’s Paige Trainor and Clarke/Murray’s Jessica Guerrero.

Winkey lost by fall to Lewis Central’s Sophie Barness in the quarterfinals and to Anamosa’s Ava Scranton in the consolation sixth round.

Schoppe went 1-2 with a pin over teammate Lucy Socia in the consolation second round.

What we learned from area performances at the girls state wrestling meet
Joe Randleman
Ames Tribune
Ames coaches get ready with wrestlers before a match during the first session of the Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association (IWCOA) girls’ state wrestling tournament, Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, at the Xtream Arena in Coralville, Iowa.
Ames and Gilbert both turned in solid performances and Nevada’s Mackenzie Arends finished second at 190 pounds during the Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials (IWCOA) girls state wrestling tournament held last Friday and Saturday at the at the Xtream Arena in Coralville.

Ames finished 34th out of 146 teams with 48 points. Gilbert tied for 53rd with a score of 35.

Waverly-Shell Rock was crowned the IWCOA girls state champion with 219 points.

Nevada had the top individual performer among area competitors. The Cubs’ McKenzie Arends placed second at 190.

Eight Ames wrestlers get a win
Ames had 14 wrestlers competing in the regular tournament plus three more in the Silver Division.

Greta Goodman (105 pounds), Alexis Winkey (125), Maegan Schoppe (135), Leah Stagg (140), Abby Johnson (145) and Allison Metschke (170) each won one match on the mat for the Ames girls. In the Silver Division Celia Dauphinais placed fourth at 120 and Piper Bartmes was seventh at 125.

Goodman was 2-2 with a pin over Dubuque Wahlert’s Shelby Sullens in the championship second round and a 10-7 win over Durant’s Jo Fusco in the consolation fourth round.

Ames’ Alexis Winkey high-fives coaches after a match at 125 pounds during the first session of the Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association (IWCOA) girls’ state wrestling tournament, Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, at the Xtream Arena in Coralville, Iowa.
Winkey went 3-2. She pinned her first three opponents in Webster City’s Brynna Croy, Sumner-Fredericksburg’s Paige Trainor and Clarke/Murray’s Jessica Guerrero.

Winkey lost by fall to Lewis Central’s Sophie Barness in the quarterfinals and to Anamosa’s Ava Scranton in the consolation sixth round.

Schoppe went 1-2 with a pin over teammate Lucy Socia in the consolation second round.

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Stagg finished 3-2 after pinning Iowa City’s Nicole Peterson and Spencer’s Paris Dean in the first two rounds and Sioux Central’s Liliah Burhans in the consolation third round. Stagg lost by a 9-5 decision to Southwest Iowa’s Clara Sapienza in the championship third round and by fall to Ankeny Centennial’s Dana Cleveland in the consolation fifth round.

Johnson pulled off an 8-4 decision over Pleasant Valley’s Kyna Moffit in the championship first round and pinned Benton Community’s Madilyn Colburn and Cedar Rapids Prairie’s Anna Lantz in the consolation second and third rounds. Johnson lost by fall to Iowa City West’s Emma Barker in the championship second round and NH/TV’s Ali Russler in the consolation third round to finish 3-2.

What we learned from area performances at the girls state wrestling meet
Joe Randleman
Ames Tribune
Ames coaches get ready with wrestlers before a match during the first session of the Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association (IWCOA) girls’ state wrestling tournament, Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, at the Xtream Arena in Coralville, Iowa.
Ames and Gilbert both turned in solid performances and Nevada’s Mackenzie Arends finished second at 190 pounds during the Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials (IWCOA) girls state wrestling tournament held last Friday and Saturday at the at the Xtream Arena in Coralville.

Ames finished 34th out of 146 teams with 48 points. Gilbert tied for 53rd with a score of 35.

Waverly-Shell Rock was crowned the IWCOA girls state champion with 219 points.

Nevada had the top individual performer among area competitors. The Cubs’ McKenzie Arends placed second at 190.

Eight Ames wrestlers get a win
Ames had 14 wrestlers competing in the regular tournament plus three more in the Silver Division.

Greta Goodman (105 pounds), Alexis Winkey (125), Maegan Schoppe (135), Leah Stagg (140), Abby Johnson (145) and Allison Metschke (170) each won one match on the mat for the Ames girls. In the Silver Division Celia Dauphinais placed fourth at 120 and Piper Bartmes was seventh at 125.

Goodman was 2-2 with a pin over Dubuque Wahlert’s Shelby Sullens in the championship second round and a 10-7 win over Durant’s Jo Fusco in the consolation fourth round.

Ames’ Alexis Winkey high-fives coaches after a match at 125 pounds during the first session of the Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association (IWCOA) girls’ state wrestling tournament, Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, at the Xtream Arena in Coralville, Iowa.
Winkey went 3-2. She pinned her first three opponents in Webster City’s Brynna Croy, Sumner-Fredericksburg’s Paige Trainor and Clarke/Murray’s Jessica Guerrero.

Winkey lost by fall to Lewis Central’s Sophie Barness in the quarterfinals and to Anamosa’s Ava Scranton in the consolation sixth round.

Schoppe went 1-2 with a pin over teammate Lucy Socia in the consolation second round.

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Stagg finished 3-2 after pinning Iowa City’s Nicole Peterson and Spencer’s Paris Dean in the first two rounds and Sioux Central’s Liliah Burhans in the consolation third round. Stagg lost by a 9-5 decision to Southwest Iowa’s Clara Sapienza in the championship third round and by fall to Ankeny Centennial’s Dana Cleveland in the consolation fifth round.

Johnson pulled off an 8-4 decision over Pleasant Valley’s Kyna Moffit in the championship first round and pinned Benton Community’s Madilyn Colburn and Cedar Rapids Prairie’s Anna Lantz in the consolation second and third rounds. Johnson lost by fall to Iowa City West’s Emma Barker in the championship second round and NH/TV’s Ali Russler in the consolation third round to finish 3-2.

Metschke was 2-2 with pins over Newton’s Abby Chance in the championship second round and Webster City’s Maison Pulis in the consolation fourth round. She lost by fall to Missouri Valley’s Nicole Olson in the championship third round and Clear Creek-Amana’s Caitlyn Williams in the consolation fifth roun.

In the Silver Division Dauphinai Sumner-Fredericksburg’s Rylee Shonka in the championship first round, won by disqualification over Tripoli’s Aubrie Kingsburry in the championship second round and took down Oelwein’s Bailee Craun in the consolation semifinals. Dauphinai lost by fall to Bettendorf’s Anna Hitchcock in the semifinals and Spencer’s Brenna Johnson in the third-place match.
Bartmess pinned Wahlert’s Taylor Borgerding in the consolation second round and Humboldt’s Lexi Roberts in the seventh-place match. She lost by fall to Gilbert’s Hadley Boshart in the championship first round and Osage’s Rhi Youmans in the consolation third round.

Monica Gupta was 4-2 at 145, Brooke Hammers 2-2 at 130, Alex Harswick 2-2 at 155 and Alissa Clark 2-2 at 190. Keara O’Brien also got a win at 125, Tayanna Streigle won one at 130 and Boshart finished third at 125 in the Silver Division for Gilbert

Gupta pinned Vinton-Shellsburg’s Zena Aragon in the championship first round. She also added falls over Northwood Kensett’s Hadley Buenzow in the consolation second round, Decorah’s McKenzie Tollefsonin the consolation third round and Saint Ansgar’s Emmalee Van Sabben in the consolation fourth round.

Gupta lost by fall to Des Moines Lincoln’s Haylee Mcgrew in the championship second round and Charles City’s Morgan Maloy in the consolation fifth round.

What we learned from area performances at the girls state wrestling meet
Joe Randleman
Ames Tribune
Ames coaches get ready with wrestlers before a match during the first session of the Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association (IWCOA) girls’ state wrestling tournament, Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, at the Xtream Arena in Coralville, Iowa.
Ames and Gilbert both turned in solid performances and Nevada’s Mackenzie Arends finished second at 190 pounds during the Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials (IWCOA) girls state wrestling tournament held last Friday and Saturday at the at the Xtream Arena in Coralville.

Ames finished 34th out of 146 teams with 48 points. Gilbert tied for 53rd with a score of 35.

Waverly-Shell Rock was crowned the IWCOA girls state champion with 219 points.

Nevada had the top individual performer among area competitors. The Cubs’ McKenzie Arends placed second at 190.

Eight Ames wrestlers get a win
Ames had 14 wrestlers competing in the regular tournament plus three more in the Silver Division.

Greta Goodman (105 pounds), Alexis Winkey (125), Maegan Schoppe (135), Leah Stagg (140), Abby Johnson (145) and Allison Metschke (170) each won one match on the mat for the Ames girls. In the Silver Division Celia Dauphinais placed fourth at 120 and Piper Bartmes was seventh at 125.

Goodman was 2-2 with a pin over Dubuque Wahlert’s Shelby Sullens in the championship second round and a 10-7 win over Durant’s Jo Fusco in the consolation fourth round.

Ames’ Alexis Winkey high-fives coaches after a match at 125 pounds during the first session of the Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association (IWCOA) girls’ state wrestling tournament, Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, at the Xtream Arena in Coralville, Iowa.
Winkey went 3-2. She pinned her first three opponents in Webster City’s Brynna Croy, Sumner-Fredericksburg’s Paige Trainor and Clarke/Murray’s Jessica Guerrero.

Winkey lost by fall to Lewis Central’s Sophie Barness in the quarterfinals and to Anamosa’s Ava Scranton in the consolation sixth round.

Schoppe went 1-2 with a pin over teammate Lucy Socia in the consolation second round.

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Stagg finished 3-2 after pinning Iowa City’s Nicole Peterson and Spencer’s Paris Dean in the first two rounds and Sioux Central’s Liliah Burhans in the consolation third round. Stagg lost by a 9-5 decision to Southwest Iowa’s Clara Sapienza in the championship third round and by fall to Ankeny Centennial’s Dana Cleveland in the consolation fifth round.

Johnson pulled off an 8-4 decision over Pleasant Valley’s Kyna Moffit in the championship first round and pinned Benton Community’s Madilyn Colburn and Cedar Rapids Prairie’s Anna Lantz in the consolation second and third rounds. Johnson lost by fall to Iowa City West’s Emma Barker in the championship second round and NH/TV’s Ali Russler in the consolation third round to finish 3-2.

Metschke was 2-2 with pins over Newton’s Abby Chance in the championship second round and Webster City’s Maison Pulis in the consolation fourth round. She lost by fall to Missouri Valley’s Nicole Olson in the championship third round and Clear Creek-Amana’s Caitlyn Williams in the consolation fifth roun.

In the Silver Division Dauphinai Sumner-Fredericksburg’s Rylee Shonka in the championship first round, won by disqualification over Tripoli’s Aubrie Kingsburry in the championship second round and took down Oelwein’s Bailee Craun in the consolation semifinals. Dauphinai lost by fall to Bettendorf’s Anna Hitchcock in the semifinals and Spencer’s Brenna Johnson in the third-place match.

Bartmess pinned Wahlert’s Taylor Borgerding in the consolation second round and Humboldt’s Lexi Roberts in the seventh-place match. She lost by fall to Gilbert’s Hadley Boshart in the championship first round and Osage’s Rhi Youmans in the consolation third round.

Seven Tigers get a win
Monica Gupta was 4-2 at 145, Brooke Hammers 2-2 at 130, Alex Harswick 2-2 at 155 and Alissa Clark 2-2 at 190. Keara O’Brien also got a win at 125, Tayanna Streigle won one at 130 and Boshart finished third at 125 in the Silver Division for Gilbert.

Gupta pinned Vinton-Shellsburg’s Zena Aragon in the championship first round. She also added falls over Northwood Kensett’s Hadley Buenzow in the consolation second round, Decorah’s McKenzie Tollefsonin the consolation third round and Saint Ansgar’s Emmalee Van Sabben in the consolation fourth round.

Gupta lost by fall to Des Moines Lincoln’s Haylee Mcgrew in the championship second round and Charles City’s Morgan Maloy in the consolation fifth round.

Hammers pinned Boone’s Isabella Hamilton in the championship first round and pulled off a 6-1 win over Vinton-Shellsburg’s Anabelle Hernandez in the consolation second round. She lost by fall to Waverly-Shell Rock’s Macy Smith in the championship second round and by an 11-7 decision Collins-Maxwell’s Gracie Leslie in the consolation third round.

Harswick pinned Southwest Iowa’s Tatiana Orozco in the consolation first round and earned a 7-5 victory over North Mahaksa’s Libby Groom in the consolation second round. She lost by ultimate tiebreaker to Ankeny’s Malorie McGuire (13-12) in the championship first round and by a 5-3 decision to Ballard’s Claire Scheibe in the consolation third round.

What we learned from area performances at the girls state wrestling meet
Joe Randleman
Ames Tribune
Ames coaches get ready with wrestlers before a match during the first session of the Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association (IWCOA) girls’ state wrestling tournament, Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, at the Xtream Arena in Coralville, Iowa.
Ames and Gilbert both turned in solid performances and Nevada’s Mackenzie Arends finished second at 190 pounds during the Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials (IWCOA) girls state wrestling tournament held last Friday and Saturday at the at the Xtream Arena in Coralville.

Ames finished 34th out of 146 teams with 48 points. Gilbert tied for 53rd with a score of 35.

Waverly-Shell Rock was crowned the IWCOA girls state champion with 219 points.

Nevada had the top individual performer among area competitors. The Cubs’ McKenzie Arends placed second at 190.

Eight Ames wrestlers get a win
Ames had 14 wrestlers competing in the regular tournament plus three more in the Silver Division.

Greta Goodman (105 pounds), Alexis Winkey (125), Maegan Schoppe (135), Leah Stagg (140), Abby Johnson (145) and Allison Metschke (170) each won one match on the mat for the Ames girls. In the Silver Division Celia Dauphinais placed fourth at 120 and Piper Bartmes was seventh at 125.

Goodman was 2-2 with a pin over Dubuque Wahlert’s Shelby Sullens in the championship second round and a 10-7 win over Durant’s Jo Fusco in the consolation fourth round.

Ames’ Alexis Winkey high-fives coaches after a match at 125 pounds during the first session of the Iowa Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association (IWCOA) girls’ state wrestling tournament, Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, at the Xtream Arena in Coralville, Iowa.
Winkey went 3-2. She pinned her first three opponents in Webster City’s Brynna Croy, Sumner-Fredericksburg’s Paige Trainor and Clarke/Murray’s Jessica Guerrero.

Winkey lost by fall to Lewis Central’s Sophie Barness in the quarterfinals and to Anamosa’s Ava Scranton in the consolation sixth round.

Schoppe went 1-2 with a pin over teammate Lucy Socia in the consolation second round.

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Stagg finished 3-2 after pinning Iowa City’s Nicole Peterson and Spencer’s Paris Dean in the first two rounds and Sioux Central’s Liliah Burhans in the consolation third round. Stagg lost by a 9-5 decision to Southwest Iowa’s Clara Sapienza in the championship third round and by fall to Ankeny Centennial’s Dana Cleveland in the consolation fifth round.

Johnson pulled off an 8-4 decision over Pleasant Valley’s Kyna Moffit in the championship first round and pinned Benton Community’s Madilyn Colburn and Cedar Rapids Prairie’s Anna Lantz in the consolation second and third rounds. Johnson lost by fall to Iowa City West’s Emma Barker in the championship second round and NH/TV’s Ali Russler in the consolation third round to finish 3-2.

Metschke was 2-2 with pins over Newton’s Abby Chance in the championship second round and Webster City’s Maison Pulis in the consolation fourth round. She lost by fall to Missouri Valley’s Nicole Olson in the championship third round and Clear Creek-Amana’s Caitlyn Williams in the consolation fifth roun.

In the Silver Division Dauphinai Sumner-Fredericksburg’s Rylee Shonka in the championship first round, won by disqualification over Tripoli’s Aubrie Kingsburry in the championship second round and took down Oelwein’s Bailee Craun in the consolation semifinals. Dauphinai lost by fall to Bettendorf’s Anna Hitchcock in the semifinals and Spencer’s Brenna Johnson in the third-place match.

Bartmess pinned Wahlert’s Taylor Borgerding in the consolation second round and Humboldt’s Lexi Roberts in the seventh-place match. She lost by fall to Gilbert’s Hadley Boshart in the championship first round and Osage’s Rhi Youmans in the consolation third round.

Seven Tigers get a win
Monica Gupta was 4-2 at 145, Brooke Hammers 2-2 at 130, Alex Harswick 2-2 at 155 and Alissa Clark 2-2 at 190. Keara O’Brien also got a win at 125, Tayanna Streigle won one at 130 and Boshart finished third at 125 in the Silver Division for Gilbert.

Gupta pinned Vinton-Shellsburg’s Zena Aragon in the championship first round. She also added falls over Northwood Kensett’s Hadley Buenzow in the consolation second round, Decorah’s McKenzie Tollefsonin the consolation third round and Saint Ansgar’s Emmalee Van Sabben in the consolation fourth round.

Gupta lost by fall to Des Moines Lincoln’s Haylee Mcgrew in the championship second round and Charles City’s Morgan Maloy in the consolation fifth round.

Hammers pinned Boone’s Isabella Hamilton in the championship first round and pulled off a 6-1 win over Vinton-Shellsburg’s Anabelle Hernandez in the consolation second round. She lost by fall to Waverly-Shell Rock’s Macy Smith in the championship second round and by an 11-7 decision Collins-Maxwell’s Gracie Leslie in the consolation third round.

Harswick pinned Southwest Iowa’s Tatiana Orozco in the consolation first round and earned a 7-5 victory over North Mahaksa’s Libby Groom in the consolation second round. She lost by ultimate tiebreaker to Ankeny’s Malorie McGuire (13-12) in the championship first round and by a 5-3 decision to Ballard’s Claire Scheibe in the consolation third round.

Clark pinned Norwalk’s Madeline Benge in the championship first round and Osage’s Addison Schenker in the consolation second round. She lost by fall to Independence’s Rachel Eddy in the championship second round and Decorah’s Riley Wilson in the consolation third round.

O’Brien pinned Council Bluffs Lincoln’s Chloe Larsen in the consolation first round and lost by fall to Iowa Valley’s Claire Smolik in the championship first round and Riverside’s Carly Henderson in the consolation second round. Streigle pinned BGM’s Kyla Andrew in the consolation first round and lost by fall to Ridgeview’s Tatum Shepherd in the championship first round and Cedar Falls’ Anna Johnson in the consolation second round.

In the Silver Division Boshart pinned Bartmess and Clear Creek-Amana’s Haley Descourouez before falling to Glenwood’s Emily Lundvall by fall in the semifinals. Boshart came back to pin Osage’s Rhi Youmans in the consolation semifinals and she won a rematch with Descourouez in the third-place match.

Arends was an absolute powerhouse for Nevada at 190 during the tournament. She went 4-1 with two pins before falling to West Lyon’s Jana Terwee by tiebreaker in the championship match in a 3-2 decision.

Arends opened the tournament with a 9-0 major decision over Spencer’s Kaylee Nachtigal. She followed that win by pinning Saint Ansgar’s Kloey Dowse and AHSTW’s Isabelle Canada to reach the semifinals.

In the semifinals Ahrends pulled off a 3-2 thriller over Eddy to set up the championship match.

Dakota Hastings was 0-2 at 115 for Nevada at the tournament.

Ballard had three wrestlers compete at the tournament.
Scheibe went 3-2 at 155 with pins over Waukon’s Reagan Lubahn and Osage’s Ericka Power in the first two consolation rounds to go along with the victory over Harswick. Scheibe lost by fall to North Scott’s Madelyn Rose in the championship first round and Decorah’s Mairi Sessions in the consolation fourth round.

Noelle Boettger went 3-2 at 130.

Boettger won by technical fall over Humboldt’s Adalynn Lawman (17-2) then lost by fall to Mid-Prairie’s Bronwyn Brenneman. She came back to pull off a 7-6 win over Decorah’s Madison Heim and a 3-0 victory over Denver’s Chloe Bloker before losing by a 6-5 decision to Southeast Polk’s Cecilia Scarff in the consolation fourth round.
Scheibe went 3-2 at 155 with pins over Waukon’s Reagan Lubahn and Osage’s Ericka Power in the first two consolation rounds to go along with the victory over Harswick. Scheibe lost by fall to North Scott’s Madelyn Rose in the championship first round and Decorah’s Mairi Sessions in the consolation fourth round.

Noelle Boettger went 3-2 at 130.

Boettger won by technical fall over Humboldt’s Adalynn Lawman (17-2) then lost by fall to Mid-Prairie’s Bronwyn Brenneman. She came back to pull off a 7-6 win over Decorah’s Madison Heim and a 3-0 victory over Denver’s Chloe Bloker before losing by a 6-5 decision to Southeast Polk’s Cecilia Scarff in the consolation fourth round.

Liberty Boettger was 0-2 at 135 for Ballard.

Leslie went 3-2 at 130 for Collins-Maxwell.

Leslie lost by major decision (14-3) to Ottumwa’s Emma Strayer then pinned Council Bluffs-Lincoln’s Bella Hirsch-Rollins and pulled off a 4-3 victory over Osage’s Annaliese Arciniega before defeating Hamers. In the consolation fourth round Leslie lost by fall to Indianola’s Summer Wolff.

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