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State champ gets 'a well deserved award'

Schubert named league's Most Valuable Wrestler

10:23 PM, Mar. 5, 2013
Colin Schubert of Southern Door, shown in control of a WIAA regional tournament match against Jake VandenHeuvel of Denmark, was named Most Valuable Wrestler in the Packerland Conference. Schubert won the WIAA Division 2 state championship at 145 pounds and finished the 2012-13 season with a 47-5 record.
Colin Schubert of Southern Door, shown in control of a WIAA regional tournament match against Jake VandenHeuvel of Denmark, was named Most Valuable Wrestler in the Packerland Conference. Schubert won the WIAA Division 2 state championship at 145 pounds and finished the 2012-13 season with a 47-5 record.
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Southern Door High School senior Colin Schubert was chosen Most Valuable Wrestler in the Packerland Conference for the 2012-2013 season.

Schubert won the Division 2 145-pound state championship last month and finished with a record of 47-5. He dominated a majority of his matches, finishing with 18 pins, six technical falls and eight major decisions.

"Just a well deserved award and recognition for the hard work he put in and what he was able to achieve," said Eagles coach Jerry Englebert. ...

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