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Wartburg captures 13th wrestling championship prior to finals night

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LA CROSSE, Wis. (KWWL) -

The top ranked Wartburg wrestling team sent three to Saturday night's finals having already secured a 13th Division III team national championship.

Cross Cannone picked up an overtime take down at 141 pounds to shock defending champion Devin Broukal of Wabash 3-1 securing his place in the final. Logan Thomsen defeated Wisconsin-Osh Kosh 157 pounder Mark Choinske 7-1 in his semifinal, while Eric DeVos rounded out the finals trio with an 8-1 defeat of Richard Carlson of Wisconsin-La Crosse.

Wartburg All-Americans:

125 - Arnulfo Olea (6th)

149 - Kenny Martin (3rd)

165 - Andrew Steiert (7th)

184 - Bryan Levsen (5th)

197 - Kyle Fank (5th)

285 - Lance Evans (4th)

Team scores:

1.  Wartburg  124.5
2.  Augsburg  79.0
3.  Johnson & Wales  61.5
4.  Wabash  56.5
5.  Messiah  52.0
6.  Loras  46.5
7.  Cortland State  41.0
8.  Brockport  35.0
9.  Ithaca  34.5
10.  Stevens Tech  32.5
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