Pine Creek 138-pound senior Geordan Martinez dominated in a way rarely seen this season, compiling a 44-0 record to capture his third state title.
The state final came down to a matchup with No. 2 se... Full story
Brothers and sisters fight. There's nothing unusual about that.
But usually its against each other, not on the same side. Nor the same team. Nor the same two teams.
But Summer and George Truong do just that. For 10-plus months out of the year, they... Full story
An unidentified member of the Fountain-Fort Carson wrestling team earlier this week self-reported a rules violation related to weight certification protocol, according to a District 8 spokesman, forcing the postponement of Wednesday’s scheduled... Full story
Thomas Chisholm is a dominant force on the wrestling mat. The Woodland Park senior is off to a 17-0 start to the season, but more impressive than that is the fact that a year ago he had never competed in a high school wrestling match.
Chisholm has d... Full story
PUEBLO • Bobby Amond probably won’t be eating too many sugar cookies this holiday season.
The Cheyenne Mountain senior plans to drop from 132 pounds to his more natural wrestling weight of 126 after the first of the year, and it will be a... Full story
Billy Gabel’s alarm sounded at 3:30 a.m. Saturday, and it had very little to do with last-minute preparations for the first Battle of the Best wrestling tournament at Pine Creek. Instead, he was tasked with peeling potatoes for his wife’s... Full story
In a typical year at Mesa Ridge, the end of football season meets perfectly with the beginning of wrestling tryouts and initial practices for the upcoming season on the mat.
This just in: the Widefield school is having anything but a typical year, e... Full story
In his third trip to the state wrestling tournament, Fountain-Fort Carson 182-pound senior Josh Schoenberger finally brought home the title that eluded him for two years.
That gold medal gave the Trojans their first champion since Mike Allison claim... Full story
Discovery Canyon’s AJ Rees has found the recipe for winning state titles.
Rees won his second straight 4A title with a 6-4 decision over Fort Morgan’s Ian Wingstrom in the 113-pound final, finishing off a 39-1 season. Rees and fellow jun... Full story