Wauwatosa West Coed Junior Varsity Wrestling

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6 Wrestlers earn Academic All-State Honors

Congratulations to the six wrestlers who earned 2019-2020 Wisconsin Wrestling Academic All-State Honors.  They are Ben Acker, Jaden Anderson, Simon Doyle, Logan Ertl, Kendrick Pate, and Nikita Adamov.  Nice job of not only succeeding on the mat but more importantly in the classroom!

Wrestlers Qualify 4 to the State Tournament!

Congratulations to the Tosa Wrestling Team that qualified four wrestlers to the WIAA State Wrestling Tournament.  Earning trips to State were Christian Beyer, Ben Acker, Simon Doyle, and Shaquielle Harrell.  All four pulled off gutsy victories in their wrestle-back matches at Sectionals.  they have had impressive years and enter the tournament with strong season records: 

Athlete of the Week #17 – C. Beyer

Week #17 CHRISTIAN BEYER Wrestling On Saturday, February 15th, Junior Christian Beyer won a regional championship.  He did it in fine fashion with a pin in the semi-finals and a 14-4 major decision in the finals.  He improved his season record to 32-11 with a team leading 22 pins. Congratulations Christian!

Athletes of the Week #16 – B. Acker & S. Doyle

Week #16 BENJAMIN ACKER Wrestling On Saturday, February 8th, Senior Ben Acker won the Greater Metro Conference Championship – 170 lb weight class on with a pin in the finals.  He improved his season record to 29-10 and has won 13 matches in a row. Congratulations Ben! SIMON DOYLE Wrestling Junior Simon Doyle won the

Wrestlers Place 2nd at Conference Tournament

The Tosa wrestling team took second place at the Greater Metro Conference Tournament.  Leading the way were conference champions Ben Acker and Simon Doyle.  Second team all-conference honors were earned by Christian Beyer and Kendrick Pate.  Honorable mention all-conference honors went to Elliott Tait, Lance Czaplewski, Logan Ertl, Shaquielle Harrell, Nikita Adamov, Jon McFarlin and

Wrestlers Win Tom Janssen Invitational in Exciting Fashion!

Congratulations to the Tosa wrestling team who won their own Tom Janssen Invitational on Saturday.  The day started with wins over Manitowoc Lincoln 60-24, Wisconsin Lutheran, 39-31, Badger 48-31, and Watertown 48-30.  Then came the championship dual against Portage who is currently ranked honorable mention in D-2.  We fell behind 31-30 with two matches to

Wrestlers almost pull off major upset!

The Tosa wrestlers put forth an outstanding effort last night as they tried to upset conference champs Germantown.  Germantown has five wrestlers on their team that are currently ranked in state, so the wrestlers knew they had their work cut out for them.  It came down to the final match before Germantown was able to