Head Wrestling Coach
The West Grand Wrestling team traveled to Montrose to compete in the 2A Region 1 wrestling tournament. The top 4 places in each weight advance to the State Championship in Denver at the Pepsi Center.
As usual, the region had the most ranked wrestlers and ranked teams going into the tournament which includes 4 regions. It is regarded as the toughest regional tournament year in year out. As a
Ben Biekert stepped up to wrestle at 113 after losing his wrestle off at 106. Ben was giving up considerable weight but managed to go out and compete with the much bigger kids. Ben finished the weekend at 0-2 but performed well. We are looking forward to Ben putting on some weight and getting himself ready for next season. Ben had more wins at the HS level this year than he did in his MS career.
Omar Dominguez 126 wrestled well but came up 1 match short of the podium. Omar was 2-2 on the weekend but was wrestling some of his best matches at the end of the season. The confidence of being able to compete at a high level is coming to Omar. His hard work and leadership
Jacob Murphy competed at 132 but had a tough weekend. Jacob got caught up in the pressure of being a freshman competing at his first regional and finished 0 – 2. Jacob is a hard worker and is already preparing himself for next year. His hunger to compete at a high level will help him progress quickly.
Cameron Wood wrestled at 145. Cameron finished the season wrestling tough
AJ Multerer competed at 160. AJ came out ready to go and qualified himself for the
David Santos has an outstanding weekend at 106. David’s hard work paid off in a big way for him as he had his best tournament so far. David won his first 2 matches on Friday which put him into the
Gage Bonewell continued to wrestle well at 120. Gage due to his seeding had a
Wrestling begins Thursday at 2:00 at the Pepsi Center and continues Friday morning at 9:00 and concludes with