MINNETONKA – Seth Klein finished the day with two wins as Rocori made the semifinals of the Section 6-3A wrestling tournament Saturday.
The third-seeded Spartans beat Mound-Westonka 37-33 in the quarterfinals, but lost to No. 2 Minnetonka in the semifinals.
Willmar beat Minnetonka 61-9 in the championship.
Klein won by a major decision (16-4) against Mound-Westonka and had a pin (53 seconds) against Minnetonka.
PERHAM WINS 8-2A
PERHAM – The Yellowjackets beat Pequot Lakes/Pine River-Backous 48-17 in the finals of Section 8-2A.
No. 2 PLPRB defeated No. 7 Albany and No. 3 Melrose/Sauk Centre fell to No. 3 Fergus Falls in the quarterfinals.
SAUK RAPIDS 10,
SAUK RAPIDS – Brandon Duray scored three goals for the Storm in their rout of the Cowboys in the opening game of the Section 6A playoffs.
Ross Chapa and Nathan Shelander both had two goals for Sauk Rapids (9-14-2). Shelander also added four assists.
Lukas Marlin made nine saves to earn the win.
Sauk Rapids will play at 7 p.m Tuesday at Fergus Falls in the next round.
LITTLE FALLS 6,
PRAIRIE CENTRE 2
LITTLE FALLS – Riley Scanlon and Landon Bjorge each had two goals in the Flyers’ Section 6A opening-round victory at Exchange Arena.
Nikolas Himley and Connor Jorgenson had the other goals for Little Falls (12-12-1). Flyers goalie Ezra Spandl had 11 saves.
Prairie Centre goalie Mitch Bauer had 44 saves. Kyle Rutten and Noah Fletcher each had a goal for Prairie Centre (5-20-0).
Little Falls moves on to play at St. Cloud Cathedral at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Municipal Athletic Complex.
ST. CLOUD CATHEDRAL 1,
DULUTH MARSHALL 1 (OT)
The Crusaders’ Michael Spethmann gave his team an early 1-0 lead 10:39 into the first period, but Cathedral wasn’t able to score again in a tie at the Municipal Athletic Complex.
Marshall School’s Peter Lenz tied it at one with a goal 14:32 into the first to end the scoring.
Cathedral goalie Zach Fritz had 44 saves. Marshall School’s Alex Murray had 22 saves.
ALEXANDRIA – Sartell won the conference meet with 589.5 points Saturday, but had to share the conference title with St. Cloud Tech due to conference dual meet records and championship results, according to Sartell head coach Jason Anderson.
Spencer Sathre led Sartell with a win in the 500 freestyle (5:02.20). The Sabres’ 200 medley relay team also took first place (1:42.58).
Austin Paul took first place in diving for Tech with 360 points. Davis Wendt took second for Tech with 351 points.
Team scores –– 1. Sartell 589.5; 2. St. Cloud Tech 524.5; 3. Brainerd 291; 4. Alexandria 285; 5. Fergus Falls 231; 6. Sauk Rapids 169; 7. Willmar 95; 8. Rocori 76; 9. St. Cloud Apollo 64.