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Our rich and challenging curriculum features a broad range of distinctive programs and activities.
TG provides students with exceptional support and preparation to ensure a well-rounded foundation for their post-secondary endeavors.
TG offers as many activities as larger schools but with a greater individual opportunities.
Our legacy of award-winning co-curricular programs result from outstanding program leadership and an emphasis on teamwork.
Mission-driven programming allows students to grow in their faith and take the gospel message into the world.
Numerous service opportunities allow students to make their faith living, conscious, and active.
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100 Victory Club
Conference, Section, State Championships and Mr. Wrestling Minnesota
Individual State Entrants
Individual State Place Winners
Doug Svihel, Head Coach
Congratulations to our Eagle wrestlers who qualified to compete in the 2020 Class AA Individual State Wrestling Tournament on February 28 and 29 at the Xcel Energy Center.
Congratulations to senior Joey Thompson who took home his third championship title and Junior Adam Sylvester who placed 4th.
Ethan Sylvester '24, 106 pounds
Ramses Peterson '23, 113 pounds
Joey Thompson '20, 120 pounds
Bryce Erkenbrack '20, 126 pounds
Triston Zuniga '20, 132 pounds
Michael Loger '22, 145 pounds
Adam Sylvester '21, 160 pounds
Joe Hinkle '20, 220 pounds
Click HERE to listen an episode of the Guillotine Grapevine podcast recorded during the section tournament featuring interviews with Coach Svihel and TG President Dr. Craig Junker.