CMS wrestlers do well at league, regional events
Rocky Mountain Nationals Region 6 Results
80 pounds, Chris Moschetti, 3-1 Q
95 pounds, Spencer Brown, 2-2
100 pounds, Devlyn Mosman, 3-1 Q
110 pounds, Chace Marshall, 2-3 Q
110 pounds, Ryan Zimmerman, 1-2 Q
115 pounds, Kaden Hafey, 3-2 Q
120 pounds, Matt Moschetti, 3-2 Q
125 pounds, Lane Gonzales, 1-2
125 pounds, Deven Mosman, 3-2 Q
125 pounds, Drake Zimmerman, 3-1 Q
130 pounds, Mike Bingham, 3-2 Q
130 pounds, Mikinzie Klimper, 2-1 Q
135 pounds, Hugo Hernandez, 3-1 Q
152 pounds, Cody Pleasant 152, 0-3 Q
*Q = qualified for state
Western Slope League Championship Results
75 pounds, Austin Flanders, 0-4
75 pounds, Colton Hall, 4-0
90 pounds, Tristan Walls, 2-2
90 pounds, Tyler Pinnt, 2-1
95 pounds, Alex Nevarez, 4-0
100 pounds, Brandon Beason, 0-2
100 pounds, Ethan Powers, 2-1
110 pounds, John T Peroulis, 3-1
110 pounds, Blake Nelson, 1-3
115 pounds, Indy Byrnes, 3-1
130-135 pounds, Elias Peroulis, 3-0
130-135 pounds, Jaydon Coutts, 0-3
130-135 pounds, Isaac Roop, 2-2
130-135 pounds, Tane Pierce, 2-1
140-145 pounds, Eddie Smericina, 2-0
160 pounds, Jimmy Brooks, 2-2
180 pounds, Toryn Humes, 0-3
275 pounds, Keenan Hildebrandt, 2-0
275 pounds, Frank Masterson, 1-1
At two different meets, the Craig Middle School wrestling team showed why it is one of the best in the state.
The Bulldogs split up last weekend, sending the bulk of the team to the Western Slope League Championships in Meeker and some of its other members to a Rocky Mountain Nationals regional competition in Fruita.
Despite being without some of its top wrestlers in Meeker, CMS won the meet in convincing fashion. The Bulldogs had five first-place finishers and scored 138 points. Steamboat Springs was second with 100.5 points.
Meanwhile, at the Region 6 meet in Fruita, 11 wrestlers placed in the top eight, qualifying them for the Rocky Mountain Nationals state meet in Denver this weekend.
Four CMS wrestlers took runner-up honors in Fruita. With wrestlers from all classifications competing in Fruita, the competition was tough but still yielded good results for the Bulldogs.
CMS took fifth place in the team standings at the Region 6 tournament.
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