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Wrestling

2008-09 Schedule
Dual record: 6-3

12/4 Lakeview Inv.
1 of 7
12/13 North Bend Inv.
1 of 10
12/20 Logan View Inv.
1 of 9
1/6 Lincoln Ch. dual
W 67-9
1/10 Wisner Inv.
2 of 14
1/16 Wisner Quad
1st
1/17 Arlington Inv.
2 of 10
1/20 Blair Quad
2nd
1/24 Oakland Inv.
1 of 13
1/27 EHC Duals
2 of 3
1/29 EHC Duals -Silver
5 of 9
2/7 EHC Tourney
2 of 9
2/13 Districts
3rd
2/19 State
6th

Home events in bold

Tigers sixth at state

NBC wrestlers behind the scenes of the state wrestling tournament
BEHIND THE SCENES: Some of the NBC contingent hangs out under the Qwest Center arena while waiting for their next match.

Feb. 19-21- North Bend Central tied for sixth place in Class C-1 of the Nebraska state wrestling tournament. Of the Tigers six state qualifiers, four earned medals: Tyler Going 3rd at 145, Jared Treat 3rd at 160, Braden McCurdy 4th at 103, and Eli Vosler 6th at 215. Senior Chance Eckmann picked up a couple of wins but fell one match short of a medal.

NBC 3rd in dist., qualify six for state

2009 State wrestling qualifiers
Qualifiers for the 2009 state wrestling tournament: Tyler Going, Chance Eckmann,
Craig Kreikemeier, Jared Treat, Braden McCurdy and Eli Vosler.

Feb. 14- With Friday's portion of district wrestling snowed out, the meet was stuffed into one 12-hour marathon session on Saturday. North Bend finished third in the team race, behind only Plainview and champion Madison and in front of Tekamah-Herman, the team that had knocked off NBC at conference a week earlier. Six Tiger wrestlers qualified for the state tournament: Braden McCurdy (103 lbs.), Tyler Going (145), Chance Eckmann (152), Jared Treat (160), Craig Kreikemeier (171) and Eli Vosler (215). McCurdy and Treat won their respective weight classes at the district meet held at Wisner-Pilger.

Tigers second in EHC

Feb. 7- North Bend came up just short in its bid for a conference wrestling championship. After trailing Tekamah-Herman by 12 points entering finals, NBC finished eight points behind in the final standings. Tekamah-Herman won the meet with 149 team points, while NBC tallied 141. Logan View was third with 116 points. Three wrestlers claimed individual conference championships for the Tigers: Braden McCurdy (103), Jared Treat (160) and Eli Vosler (215). Earning silver for the Tigers were Tyler Going (145) and Wyatt Chapman (112).

NBC-WPB decided on tiebreaker

Jan. 27- After both teams beat Pender in dual action, West Point-Beemer and North Bend met in a rematch of a dual won by North Bend last Tuesday 41-36. This time the two teams came out tied 32-32. Going to the tie breaking criteria, the match remained tied as they ticked off one tiebreaker after another. Both teams had the same number of wins, 6-team-point wins, technical falls, and major decommissions. It came down to the sixth tiebreaker, where West Point had three pins to North Bend's one. West Point will advance to the gold mat on Thursday in Oakland, while North Bend will wrestle on the silver mat, where the best they can do is fourth in the conference.

Tigers triumph in Oakland

Jan. 24- NBC returned to championship form with a first place finish at the 13-team Oakland-Craig Invite. Wyatt Chapman (112), Jared Treat (160) and Craig Kreikemeier (171) won individual championships. NBC finished with 198 teams points. Howells was the runner-up with 173 and Oakland-Craig was third with 155.

NBC earns silver at Arlington

Jan. 17- Wilber-Clatonia took first place at the Arlington Invite with 189.5 points compared to runner-up North Bend's 171 points. North Bend was able to close the gap after trailing by 48.5 points heading into the finals. NBC went 9-1 in consolation and championship finals with Braden McCurdy (103), Wyatt Chapman (112), Tyler Going (145), Jared Treat (160) and Eli Vosler (215) winning individual gold.

Tigers win Wi-Pi quad

Jan. 16- North Bend faced a couple of conference foes and came out on top at a four-team dual tournament at Wisner-Pilger. NBC took care of Stanton in the first round with a 58-17 win. In the championship Jared Treat came through with a 9-5 win against Ross Jensen to tie the dual at 33. The Tigers were awarded the win, however, because they collected individual wins in eight weight classes compared to six for Wisner.

NBC runner-up at Wisner

Jan. 10- For the first time this season, the Tiger wrestling team did not come out on top of a meet. Battle Creek edged NBC 147-144 for the team title. Host Wisner-Pilger was third with 134.5 points in the 14-team meet. For Tigers won their weight divisions: Braden McCurdy (103), Tyler Going (145), Jared Treat (160) and Eli Vosler 3:52.

Lincoln Christian goes down

Jan. 6- North Bend Central dispatched Lincoln Christian in its first dual of the season. The Tigers accepted five forfeits and won seven of the eight matches wrestled for a 67-9 win.

Tigers make it 3 in a row

Dec. 20- The North Bend Central wrestling team collected its third tournament championship in as many outings this season by winning the Logan View Invite. NBC piled up 164 team points, while Howells was second in the nine-team field with 121 points. Wyatt Chapman (112 pounds), Jared Treat (160) and Eli Vosler (215) won individual titles. Vosler also tied a state record for fastest pin with a four-second victory in the first round.

NB wins NB Invite

Dec. 13- The North Bend wrestling team made it two in a row with a championship at the North Bend Invite. The Tigers rolled up 180 points, while Wisner-Pilger was second out of the 10 varsity teams with 147.5 points. Winning individual gold for NBC were Braden McCurdy (103), Oscar Orellana (125), Tyler Going (145), Chance Eckmann (152), Jared Treat (160) and Eli Vosler (215). Slide show coming.

Tigers claim gold in first outing

Dec. 4- North Bend Central nearly double up the competition at the Lakeview Invite, piling up 219.5 team points compared to 117 for runner-up Palmer. Individual champions for NBC were Braden McCurdy (103-pound division), Wyatt Chapman (112), Tyler Going (145), Chance Eckmann (152), Jared Treat (160) and Craig Kreikemeier (171).

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