Cedaredge had a great week of wrestling competiton. The Bruins won duals against Montrose (48-29) and Hayden (68-6) and finished fourth at the annual Screaming Eagle in Paonia.
Bruins 48, Indians 29
Cedaredge began its week on the mats with a Wednesday match against Montrose. Ryan Imhoff began the scoring with his forfeit win in the 106-pound division. Tre' LaBossiere (195) and Taj Van der Linde (220) also scored by way of the forfeit for the Bruins.
Montrose was the victor at 113 and 120 with the Bruins' Alex McCracken earning pinfall points at 126.
The Indians were winners at 132 and 138 with pins and Colton Hoerr won by pin (0:35) in the 145-pound match for Cedaredge.
Jered Hulteen lost by decision at 152 with teammate Zach Anderson scoring a pin over Montrose's Cole Simmons at 160 and Brandon O'Hern earning six points for his pin in the 170-pound bout. Toby Waddell finished the dominate upper weights performances with his pinfall win at 182.
Tory Wilson lost his 285-pound match against Sam Distel by pinfall making the final score 48-29.
Bruins 68, Tigers 6
Against Hayden on Friday night, Cedaredge was a winner before the match even began as the Tigers forfeited seven weights, including 132, 145, 160, 182, 220 and 285.
In addition to the forfeits, Cedaredge had pins from Alex McCracken (126, 1:11) over Wade Hendricks, David Schipman (138, 0:38) over Blake Puckett and O'Hern (170, 0:13) over Hunter Hatcher.
Sean Dale (120) decisioned Devlyn Mosman 11-4, Hulteen (152) decisioned Hunter Planansky 4-2 and LaBossiere scored a 5-1 win over Chrisitan Carson.
Hayden's lone points came on Jake Planansky's forfeit win in the 132-pound division.
Screaming Eagle Tournament results are found in another story in today's sports section.
The Bruins' wrestling schedule continues with Cedaredge visiting Parachute for a tri-meet with Grand Valley and Moffat County on Thursday, Jan. 26 beginning at 4 p.m.
Cedaredge is at the Ignacio Duals on Jan. 27 and then will participate in a tournament scheduled for Saturday in Ignacio.
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