Jimmies grapplers struggle in 51-0 loss to Concordia-Moorhead

The loss is the second time in three duals that the Jimmies have been shutout.

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University of Jamestown's Carston Toedter, top, works over Alex Rapelje of Concordia College during the 174-pound wrestling match Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2023, at Harold Newman Arena.
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JAMESTOWN — The University of Jamestown could not get anything going in their final home meet of the season as they lost 51-0 to Concordia-Moorhead College (MN.) on Wednesday, Feb. 1, at Newman Arena.

The first meet of the day saw the Jimmies’ Elijah Barajas lose on a fall to the Cobbers’ Kie Anderson in the 105-pound match. The next match saw the Jimmies’ Jace Goebel lose on a tech fall to the Cobbers’ Ty Bisek in the 133-pound match. The Jimmies struggled with a lack of depth in this one as they lost the 141-pound, 157-pound and 165-pound matches by forfeit. In total, the Jimmies lost three matches by fall, and two by decision.

The Jimmies are back in action at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 4, when they go to the Dave Edmonds Open.

CC 51, UJ 0

125-pounds: Concordia’s Kie Anderson wins by fall over UJ’s Elijah Barajas (Fall 2:34)


133-pounds: CC’s Ty Bisek wins by tech fall over UJ’s Jace Goebel (TF 15-0, 5:20)

141-pounds: CC’s Sam Kulseth wins by forfeit

149-pounds: CC’s Kellen Schauer wins by decision over UJ’s Tommy Beringer (Dec 6-4)

157-pounds: CC’s Tyler Bents wins by forfeit

165-pounds: CC’s Elijah Hunt wins by forfeit

174-pounds: CC’s Alexander Rapelje wins by decision over UJ’s Carston Toedter (Dec 8-3)

184-pounds: CC’s Connor Chloupek wins by fall over UJ’s Trystan Rogers (Fall 2:29)

197-pounds: CC’s Laurore Supris wins by decision over UJ’s Deklin Goeden (Dec 8-2)


285-pounds: CC’s Mason Swanson wins by fall over UJ’s Eli Noonan (Fall 2:51)

My name is Max O'Neill. I am a Sports Reporter at The Jamestown Sun. I am a native New Yorker, who graduated from Ithaca College in 2020 with a degree in Television-Radio.
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