Results: 2019 Week 1 Roundup

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Better late than never – here are links to the Trackwrestling hub for each of this past weekend’s tournaments from around the state. (Click the title of each tournament to find the link with full individual and team results).

Wizard Duals

1st Place – Mesa Ridge
2nd Place – Windsor
3rd Place – Poudre
4th Place – Fort Morgan
5th Place – Scottsbluff
6th Place – Legacy

Mesa Ridge snuck by NoCo powers Poudre and 4A No. 1 Windsor to lay claim to the Wizard Duals title over the weekend — though it is worth noting that the Wizards went without several of their heavy-hitters, including Vance VomBaur, Dominick Serrano, and Isaiah Salazar.

Arapahoe Invitational

5A favorites Vince Cornella (Monarch, 120) and Antonio Segura (Regis, 160) got their season off to a hot start, but Coronado claimed top team honors at the annual Arapahoe Invite.

Team Scores
1 Coronado 199.5
2 Monarch 184.0
3 Fossil Ridge 146.0
4 Northglenn 115.0
5 Fruita Monument 112.5
6 Arapahoe 109.0
7 Heritage High 97.5
8 Regis Jesuit 96.0
9 Cherry Creek 95.0
10 Vista Ridge 89.0

Grizzly Invitational (Fowler)

Fowler won its home invite to open the season on the strength of a 220-pound title from junior JJ Horn. Rye’s Michael Atencio, a state champ a year ago, has yet to make his season debut, but the Thunderbolts did see an individual winner in sophomore Cole Miller (126 lbs).

Team Scores
1 Fowler 177.0
2 Crowley County 165.0
3 County Line 126.0
4 Alamosa JV 123.0
5 Dolores Huerta Prep 114.0
6 Monte Vista 106.0
7 Swink 96.0
8 Discovery Canyon JV 93.0
9 Manitou Springs 91.0
10 Rye 67.0

Mike Stanley Invitational (Fairview)

Look out for the Lambkins! Fort Collins took top honors over 4A No. 10 Longmond and a host of others this weekend thanks in part to a solid first-place performance from senior Hudson Cropp (152).

Team Scores
1 Fort Collins 174.5
2 Longmont 133.5
2 Mountain View 133.5
4 Loveland 127.5
4 Lyons 127.5
6 Skyline 122.5
7 Erie 116.0
8 Boulder 110.0
8 Horizon 110.0
10 Vista Peak 94.0

Middle Park Panther Invitational

Hayden Tigers claimed six of the 14 brackets in order to edge Steamboat Springs for the team trophy at the Panther.  Class 2A top-ranked Hunter Planansky (sr., 182) was among the champs for the Tigers.

Team Scores

1 Hayden 167.0
2 Steamboat Springs 162.5
3 Middle Park 94.0
4 Soroco 90.0
5 West Grand 76.0
6 Eagle Valley 69.0
7 Clear Creek 46.0
8 North Park 43.0
9 Faith Christian 34.0
10 Sheridan 21.0
11 Gilpin County 18.0

Skyview Invitational

Team Scores
1 Skyview 188.5
2 Pomona 141.0
3 Thornton 139.0
4 Pueblo Central 110.0
5 Colorado Springs Christian 86.0
6 Grandview 64.0
7 aurora central 44.5
8 Englewood 32.0
9 Arvada West 29.0
10 John F Kennedy 10.0

Chuck Annand Invitational (Akron)

The first appearances by the Bros. Yapoujian as Byers Bulldogs ended up in a pair of individual tournament titles, but it was a solid performance by Nicholas Dill (106) and Platte Valley that stole the show.

1 Platte Valley PV 172.0
2 Eaton EATO 164.0
3 Highland HIGH 133.5
4 Brush BRUS 102.0
5 Yuma YUMA 94.5
6 University UNIV 91.0
7 Wiggins WIGG 88.0
8 Sedgwick County/Fleming SCOF 82.0
9 Byers BYRS 73.5
10 Ralston Valley RAVA 73.0

Peyton Panther Invite

Team Scores
1 Peyton 239.0
2 Cheyenne Mountain 196.5
3 Sand Creek 152.0
4 Coronado 129.5
5 Harrison 94.5
6 Air Academy 72.0
7 Mesa Ridge 71.5
8 Ellicott 58.5
9 Doherty 52.0
10 Kiowa 47.0

Adams City Duals

1st Place – Adams City
2nd Place – Mead
3rd Place – Prairie View
4th Place – Adams City B
5th Place – Westminster

Battle of the Best (Pine Creek) Duals

1st Place – Pomona
2nd Place – Garden City
3rd Place – Pueblo County
4th Place – Cheyenne Mountain

Maverick Duals (Mead)

(No places)

Buena Vista Duals

1st Place – Eagle Valley
2nd Place – Buena Vista
3rd Place – Bennett
4th Place – Severance

Rocky Ford Duals

1st place – Pueblo East

2nd place – Alamosa

Pueblo East def. Alamosa 37-33

3rd place – Rocky Ford

4th place – Roosevelt

Rocky Ford def. Roosevelt 54-15

 

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