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Lane Rumelhart to Head Up ACGC Wrestling

When veteran wrestling coach Shawn Danker retired last spring the Chargers did not have to go very far to find his successor. Lane Rumelhart, a 2015 graduate of Guthrie Center, has been tabbed to head up the ACGC program.

As a Tiger grappler Rumelhart wracked up one hundred and fifty six wins and was a state qualifier. He continued his competitive career while attending Central College and went 23-8 as a senior and earned scholar all-American honors. He returned to his roots last wresting season and was a volunteer assistant to Danker.

"This season our team has a lot of diversity," Rumelhart replied when asked about the upcoming season. "I have a handful of solid returners including sophomore Tegan Slaybaugh, a returning state qualifier, and seniors Cayden Jensen, Dawson Muller, and Bryce Rockholz. The majority of the team will be made up of freshman and sophomores.

"I am most excited to have the opportunity to give back to the wrestling program that I grew up in. I knew that I would be a coach some day, but never knew I'd end up back in my hometown." Kris Lehman, who has assisted in the past, will continue in that role.

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