Wrestler of the Week

                        Week                                            Event                                            Winner

Week 1

First Week of Practice

Bridger did an excellent job in our first week of practice. He blended in and competed with the veteran varsity wrestlers and earned himself the starting spot at 152lbs

Week 2

Detroit Lakes/Fargo Davies & Park Center/Osseo

Jack Newcomb led the way for the Spuds going 3-1 on the week and earning a win over #9 ranked Ismael Kante. 

Jeremy Murray had shown drastic improvement in understanding and performing in his first year on the mat!

Week 3

Frazee, West Fargo Sheyenne, West Fargo, Lake Park Audubon

Bridger Mongeau

Jack Newcomb


Jeremy Murray

Will Borud

Will showed great leadership throughout the week of our pod 1 quarantine. He made sure everybody was working hard and became a vocal leader as well as wrestling well in his matches throughout the week.

Week 4

Fargo North


Rogers/Coon Rapids

Arzheen had a good week of practice which led to an undefeated week of wrestling, including two pins and a technical fall.

Arzheen Shahin

Week 5

Bemidji/Long Prarie


Little Falls/Alexandria

Haakon Peterson

Haakon had a good first week down to a new week. He wrestled very aggressively against tough competition of Bemidji and Long Prairie and went undefeated in the Little Falls and Alexandria Dual

Week 6



Thief River Falls/Roseau

Lee Ellingsberg

Lee did an excellent job throughout the entire week. Whether it be practice, running, or weights, Lee was focused and working hard. He was a stand out in competition earning pins or forfeits in all four duels. He also stood out during the Spud Flag workout! 

Week 7




Jaydon had an exceptional week of practice, and it showed on the record board. He earned two wins on Thursday night including a pin that secured a Spud win. 

Jaydon Coley

Week 8




Jack Olstad

Jack got down to 152 for the first time a week earlier and started showing significant improvement immediately. This included his first varsity career pin.