Blaine Brenner is off to a good start in his college wrestling career. The Stanley-Boyd Class of 2021 graduate opened his col- In order make the list, athletes must be in grades 10 to 12, have …
Blaine Brenner is off to a good start in his college wrestling career.
The Stanley-Boyd Class of 2021 graduate opened his col-
In order make the list, athletes must be in grades 10 to 12, have participated in 75 percent of the varsity matches for a given season, and finally have a cumulative GPS of 3.25 or higher. Verbeten and Felmlee, both juniors, made the listing – and that’s not an accident, according to Orioles head golf coach Devon Wenndt.
“The work ethic and attitude of both Emerson and Carly is exemplary, and I’m both privileged and honored to have them representing Stanley-Boyd both on the golf course and in the classroom. “Wenndt shared. “We look forward to a fantastic season next year.”
With basketball starting this Tuesday, November 16 against Elk Mound, there should be plenty of sports to watch, in the meantime.
lege career with a second-place finish in the 149-pound weight class at Fargo November 13.
Wrestling against teammate and U of M junior Michael Blockhus, Brenner was pinned to the mat, but not before securing second-place and doing better than any other Gopher freshman wrestler for the day.
Third place for the Bison Open in the 149-pound weight class, was a double forfeit.
Brenner's second place fin ish for a college debut at the North Dakota State University Bison Open at Fargo, mean while, comes on the heels of post-high school visit to Fargo last summer, which saw him take sixth-place overall and win All-American honors prior to heading off to college this fall.
The Gophers next face off with Oklahoma State at Maturi Pavilion Saturday, November 20, with live video accessed via the right side “view schedule” option at gophersports.com/ sports/wrestling.