3:35 p.m. Feb. 19
DENVER -- Holy Family's Brayden Bach took third at 106 pounds in the state 3A wrestling tournament at Ball Arena.
Bach (43-11) earned a tough, 2-0 decision over La Junta's Elijah Montalvan this afternoon. After a semifinal round loss last night to Samuel Rosales of Jefferson, Bach won two matches in the consolation round today. His other win was a 5-0 decision over Andrew Isek of Colorado Springs Christian.
None of the other Tigers placed in their weight classes. Lorenzo Avila (21-12) lost both his matches. Alexander Austin (22-10) won his first-round, 170-pound match against Steamboat Springs' Henry Dismuke but lost in the quarterfinals and in the consolation round. Cash Hauptman (7-5) lost his two matches. Camden Austin (34-19) won once at 195 pounds, a first-round triumph over Middle Park's Kaleb Brumley. Abram Moore (34-6) placed fourth at 225 pounds. He went 3-2 at state.
*** 9;45 p.m. Feb. 18
Jefferson's Samuel Rosales beat Holy Family's Brayden Bach 8-0 in the 106-pound semifinals tonight at Ball Arena.
Bach's first match in the consolation draw is against Elijah Montalvan from Lamar.
At 220 pounds, Tanner Eide of Colorado Academy earned a major, 8-0 decision over Abram Moore of the Tigers. Moore moves into the bracket where he will face either Jayce Prante of Enlgewood or Brandon Gutierrez of Skyview.
Alexander Austin of the Tigers is out of the 170-tournament. Nehemiah Whaley of Valley pinned Austin in 2:47 of their consolation round match this evening. Austin finished the season with a mark of 23-12.
Camden Austin's run through the state tournament ended in the 195-pound consolation round tonight. Moffat County's Blake Hil pinned Austin in 2:41 of their match. Austin ended the season with a record of 35-21.
More consolation round matches on tap starting at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 19.
10:35 a.m. Feb. 18
Holy Family's Brayden Bach moved into the 106-pound semifinals this morning at Ball Arena.
Bach, a sophomore, pinned second-seeed Bram Jackson of Estes Park in 4:25 of their quarterfinal match. Bach faces Jefferson's Samuel Rosales later tonight.
Abram Moore of the Tigers moved into the 220-pound quarterfinals by pinning Domonic Butts of Severance in 4:47 of their quarterfinal match. Moore faces Tanner Eide of Colorado Academy tonight.
At 170 pounds, James Irwin's Gage Olson pinned Holy Family's Alexander Austin in 1:01 of their quarterfinal match. Austin's first consolation match is later this evening.
In the 195-pound bracket, Pagosa Springs' Wil Aucoin pinned Holy Family's Camden Austin in 24 seconds of their quarterfinal match. Austin's first consolation round match is later this evening.
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3:45 p.m. Feb. 17
DENVER -- Four Holy Family wrestlers moved into the quarterfinals of the state 4A wrestling tournament Feb. 17 at Ball Arena.
Brayden Bach earned a amjor (9-0) decision over Andrew Isek of Peyton in the opening round of 106-pound matches. Bach faces second-seeded Bram Jackson of Estes Park in the quarterfinals.
Alexander Austin moved into the quarterfinals with a 10-4 decision over Steamboat Springs' Henry Dismuke, Austin faces Gage Olson of James Irwin High School. Camden Austin moved to the quarterfinals, too, after a pinfall win over Middle Park's Kalen Brumley. Camden Austin takes on Pagosa Springs' Wil Aucoin.
Abram Moore, the Tigers' 285-pounder, picked up a 7-3 decision over englewood's Jace Prante. Moore moves on to face Pagosa Springs' Dominic Butts.
Dorian Pacheco of Lutheran pinned the Tigers' Cash Hauptman in 1:07 of their 182-pound match. Hauptman takes on Sterling's Jackson Morales in the consolation draw.
The Tigers' 113-pounder, Lorenzo Avila, also dropped into the consolation bracket. Alamosa's Dempsey Gibbs earned a major (9-1) decision in the opening round. Avila faces Eaton's Preston Smith.
The quarterfinals and first round of consolation matches begein at 8:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 18.
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