Ethan Powers, 7, screams while doing sprints during Bad Dogs wrestling practice in March at Moffat County High School.

Photo by Hans Hallgren

Ethan Powers, 7, screams while doing sprints during Bad Dogs wrestling practice in March at Moffat County High School.

Bad Dogs keep rolling

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Bad Dog wrestling team standings:

Wrestler Win/Loss Pins

Cody Baker 7-3 4

Thomas Baker 8-0 4

Brendan Beaver 1-2 1

Colby Beaver 3-1 2

Holden Beckett N/A

Hunter Beckett N/A

Jake Bingham 10-0 5

Mikey Bingham 11-0 9

Monty Boekmann 4-0 1

Spencer Brown N/A

Daniel Caddy 4-0 4

Teagan Cordes N/A

Zane Cordes N/A

John Cutler N/A

Eric Doolin N/A

Jesus Duarte 4-5 4

Lane Gonzales 2-6 1

Ashlee Griffiths N/A

Sebastian Hadley 2-1 0

Shandon Hadley 8-0 5

Kaden Hafey 8-0 6

Colton Hall 3-0 2

Pheonix Haris N/A

Isiaih Herod N/A

Issik Herod N/A

Ivin Herod N/A

Gregory Hixson N/A

Kaden Hixson N/A

Toryn Hume N/A

Trevor Hume N/A

Mikinzie Klimper 6-2 6

Dajia Lewis 2-8 2

Willie Lewis 1-8 0

Christopher Moschetti 2-1 2

Matthew Moschetti 3-0 3

Deven Mosman 10-1 9

Develyn Mosman 6-2 1

Elias Peroulis N/A

Stelios Peroulis N/A

Dezzee Pfister 11-0 9

Quincy Pfister 9-2 3

Tyler Phillips N/A

Luke Pleasant N/A

Devon Pontine N/A

Ethan Powers 4-0 4

Blain Roop N/A

Isiac Roop 3-3 1

TJ Shelton N/A

Daniel Wilbur 2-1 2

The Bad Dogs wrestling team competes in its fourth tourney of the season Sunday in Steamboat Springs.

In the team's inaugural Intermountain League meet Nov. 8 in Kremmling, the Bad Dogs captured eight gold, six silver and three bronze medals.

The following week in Leadville, the team earned six gold, four silver and three bronze medals in its second tournament in as many weeks.

The team competed Nov. 22 in Gypsum, pushing around the competition on its way to claiming 15 gold medals, six silver and seven bronze.

Through the first three tournaments, 11 Bad Dogs have yet to lose a match.

Brothers Jake and Mikey Bingham have combined for 21 wins and six gold medals, while 8-year-old Kaden Hafey has kept pace winning gold in each of his three tournament appearances while piling up an 8-0 record.

Thomas Baker is 8-0 with two golds, Colton Hall, 3-0, one gold, Matthew Moschetti, 3-0, one gold and Ethan Powers has accumulated a 4-0 record to go along with his gold medal performance in Kremmling.

The girls on the team have proved to be just as tough.

Dezzee Pfister has won all three tournaments she's competed in, tallying 11 wins - nine by pin - and three gold medals.

Shandon Hadley has been just as impressive. Competing in two of the teams' three meets, Hadley is 8-0 with two gold medals.

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