As far back as online records indicate, in this case 2013, Columbus High was on a nine-dual losing streak when the Discoverers went to Kearney two years ago looking to finally solve the Bearcats.
Bargen reaches 100 dual wins for his career.
Owen celebrates 100 wins, Jeff 100 dual victories as head coach.
Vikings take down visiting Vikings with run of six straight pins.
Beau Zoucha became the latest member of Twin River wrestling to add his name to the annals of the program. Jan. 14 at Elm Creek, the senior became just the fourth Titan ever to join the 100-win club.
In a season of firsts, Columbus High freshman Brianna Vidal added another to the list when she won a gold medal Monday night at Battle Creek. She and teammate Danica Taylor both wrestled for gold though Taylor game up just short and accepted silver.
It was like a lot of girls wrestling duals this season - few actual matches in between several open weight classes that added up to multiple forfeits.
Lakeview wrestling coach Jeff Bargen was surprised by a video presentation and recognition for his 100th dual victory on Tuesday at home. Just about 30 minutes earlier, his son, Owen, earned the 100th win of his varsity career.
Scotus Central Catholic wrestling figured to matter little in the final outcome of a stacked Schuyler Invite on Saturday. With the top ranked NSWCA teams in Class B and C, and 31 rated wrestlers, a program not full strength and in the midst of building was heavily overmatched.
Carson Wood and Colton Ray secured their first tournament gold medals for Boone Central last weekend at the Bill Foster Invite in Gibbon. Those two champs plus 14 other medals pushed the Cardinals to the top of the team standings and the program's first championship of the season following t…
Lakeview's Andon Stenger will never forget Saturday in Schuyler. The senior became the latest Viking to join the 100-win club.
Like everyone else on the roster, Columbus High's Brenyn Delano and Adrian Bice had designs on making history last season. Competing for the first time in the Heartland Athletic Conference championship tournament, the Discoverers were eager to announce their arrival to their new league.
Actual matches were few and far between for a trio of programs that have struggled with numbers recently. Thursday that was Scotus Central Catholic hosting Boys Town and Fremont Bergan.
Lakeview girls wrestling won three of the five competitive matches on Thursday at Platteview but needed one more in what became a 30-24 loss to the Trojans.
There's still some work to be done, including a big dual with Grand Island Northwest next week, but Thursday night's road dual win at Platteview helped Lakeview increase its hopes for state duals on Feb. 5.
Cross County/Osceola senior Cameron Graham took a few more steps toward an unbeaten season on Saturday in Malcolm when he won his fourth gold medal of the year.
Four High Plains wrestlers found their way to the medal stand at the program's annual home tournament over last weekend at Central Community College-Columbus.
Columbus High sophomore provides the moment of the night in a rafter-shaking pin at 170 pounds.
Old time rivals renew their hostilities on the mat
Columbus High junior wins the 195-pound title at the Manstedt Invite
Two Cardinals earned their way into title matches Saturday at one of the most prestigious regular season tournaments of the year - the Manstedt Invitational hosted by High Plains.
Columbus High girls wrestling was back in front of the home crowd for the first time in more a month on Tuesday, showing just how far some team members have come since the nerves and anxiety of opening night on Dec. 2.
What shouldn't get lost in Tuesday's Columbus High and Norfolk wrestling dual are the unexpected heroics of Discoverer sophomore Antonio Granados.
Twin River senior Jed Jones reached elite company over the weekend when he became just the third Titan all time to join the 100-win club. He was also one of four medalists for Twin River wrestling at the Aquinas Invite in what became a fourth-place team finish out of 11 in the field.
Scotus Central Catholic senior Riley Eickmeier wrestled for a title while sophomore Spencer Wittwer made an appearance in the semifinals on Saturday at the Aquinas Catholic Invite. Those two helped led the Shamrocks to a fifth-place team finish out of 11 programs in the running.