College wrestling: Dragons' Jacob Reinardy wins championship at invite

Reinardy recorded a pin and two decisions to take the 165-pound title at the Jimmie Open on Saturday.

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JAMESTOWN — Minnesota State Moorhead's Jacob Reinardy won the 165-pound championship at the Jimmie Open on Saturday.

The open featured wrestlers from Augustana, Concordia College, Dakota Wesleyan, Jamestown, Minot State, Northern State, Wayne State, the University of Saskatchewan and several unattached competitors.

Reinardy won his first match by fall at 165 pounds, won by decision in the semifinals and defeated Minot State's Austin Frantzich 4-2 in the title match

The Dragons' Samuel Grove took runner-up honors at 197 pounds with two decision wins in the quarterfinal and semifinal rounds.

MSUM 125-pounder Clayson Mele capture runner-up honors, Thomas Carillo took fifth at 133 pounds, Jacob Cole placed fourth at 149 pound, and Wayne Mellon finished fifth at 174 pounds.


The Dragons wrestle Nov. 12 at the DWU Open hosted by Dakota Wesleyan University.

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