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In the first wrestling match at Indus, Andrew Nissen works for the pin with a headlock against Hunter Audette of Roseau in preliminary action. Official Mike Foster is watching for the pin. Nissen won the match by a 12-2 major decision.

Indus hosts first ever wrestling match


History was made Feb. 4 when Roseau defeated the Blackduck/Cass Lake-Bena/Indus Bears 70-6 at Indus High School in the first ever high school wrestling match held at Indus.

It was a strange home dual for the second year cooperative team as Blackduck High School is 98 miles from Indus High School and Cass Lake-Bena High School is 133 miles away while visiting Roseau only had to travel 93 miles to Indus.

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