Wrestlers extend win streak
Publo West dominates a tough city foe
Pueblo West High School varsity boys wrestling team is on a roll, having won their last two duals against Central last week and then trumping the duals this weekend during the 5 dual tournament held at Rock Canyon High School.
“Central is a tough team and it was great to see our guys wrestle tough against them. Next week will be another tough dual against Canon City, so we will want to do our best again,” said head varsity coach Ryan Schumann.
The dual against Central was a pretty successful dual for all wrestlers as they came out on top of Central.
Pueblo West 45, Central 24
106 — William Thomsick (C) Win by fall :59 against Jeanpierre Vallve (PW)
113 — Austin Evans(PW)won by forfeit.
120 — Isaac Vigil (PW) by forfeit.
126 — Tyler Valdez (PW) won by forfeit.
132 — Dante Madril (PW) won by major decision 12-2 against Frank Atencio (C)
138-Brondon Aragon (C) by major decision 4-11 Cameron Rhodes(PW)
145 — Travis Myers (PW) won by major decision Isaiah Servantes (C)
152 — Keenan Wyatt (C) win by fall 3:59 Brock Wahlert (PW)
160 — Jacob Morin (PW) by major decision 4-3 Gary Lucero (C)
172 — Chandler Montes(C) won by major decision 3-6 over Ryan Stipe (PW)
182 — Trevor Encinias (PW) won by major decision 11-2 Greg Vigil (C)
195 — Josh Medeiros (PW) by fall 3:56 Reese Boman (C)
220 — Evan Lancelot win by fall 4:16 over Hunter Mooring (PW)
HWT-Danny Hernandez won by fall :46 Richard Lynch (C)
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