Senior Standouts and Rising Stars: A Recap of the Tri Dual Wrestling Showdown

The Winnetonka boys wrestling team had its Senior Night tri dual Tuesday at home.

Oak Park crashed the party.


The Northmen came in and dominated an event featuring the Griffins and William Chrisman as they defeated both teams 50-24 and 54-15 respectively.

Winnetonka won its dual against the Bears 52-30.

Oak Park had eight out of its 14 wrestlers in the lineup finish the day with a 2-0 record. 

Senior Cayden Redmond (195 pounds) had a standout performance for the Northmen as he defeated Chrisman Anthony Loring 6-2 and pinned Winnetonka’s Doone Taylor in the third period.

“I feel confident with my reversals and the returning,” Redmond said. “I need to work on neutral a little bit more. I was winning in every position even when it was close. I was winning in my position and I was wrestling smart.”

Senior Jake Falder (120) had some key wins for his team as he was in a tough match against Winnetonka’a Tyrre Broom but scored some key points late in the third period to win 8-5. Earlier in the day, he pinned Chrisman freshman Alex Hutson to finish the day without a loss.

“I stuck to my stuff and my setups and that’s what led to my wins,” Falder said. “I was able to stay in good position and scored off my opponent’s bad positions.”

While Falder and Redmond had impressive showings, senior Anthony Cherco (138) had the most dominant performance of the night. He pinned both Chrisman’s Chris Boyd and Winnetonka’s Tim McCane in the first period, with the latter fall coming in just 26 seconds….

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Written by Michael Smith

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