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12/11/2012 1:18:00 PM
Winslow Bulldog wrestlers lose to Coconino High School Nov. 28
A Winslow Bulldog throws a competitor to the mat during a four school wrestling tournament at Winslow Dec. 5. The four high schools attending this event were Winslow High School, River Valley, Snowflake and Show Low. Photo/Todd Roth
A Winslow Bulldog throws a competitor to the mat during a four school wrestling tournament at Winslow Dec. 5. The four high schools attending this event were Winslow High School, River Valley, Snowflake and Show Low. Photo/Todd Roth
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The Winslow High School wrestling team lost a dual match to Coconino High School 46-30 in Flagstaff Nov. 28.

Winslow's David Archibeque pinned Jordan Kriesel of Coconino in the 120-pound match. In the 126-pound match, Coconino's Gabriel Galaviz pinned Winslow's Leo Armijo. Daniel Lopez of Winslow got the Bulldogs back in the win column in the 132-pound match when he pinned Conner Strahm of Coconino. In the 138-pound match Chad Edgmon of Winslow pinned Tanner Stubbs of Coconino. Adrian Montoya kept the Bulldogs on the winning track when he pinned Coconino's Uriah Dobell.

Mica Barker of Coconino turned things around for the Panthers when he pinned Cody Sanchez of Winslow in the 152-pound match. Patrick Battali of Coconino won a decision over Winslow's Jack Fela 12-5 in the 160-pound match. In the 170-pound match Jesse McLain of Coconino pinned Dustin Key of Winslow.

Jacob Huddleston put the Bulldogs back in the win column with a forfeit win in the 182-pound match over Coconino's Jerome Crowther. Christian Morris of Coconino got the Panthers winning again in the 195-pound match when he pinned Chad Colvin of Winslow.

Josh Freeman of Coconino won a major 11-0 decision over Winslow's Justin Brinkley in the 220-pound match. Jared Krall of Coconino pinned Winslow's Erick Nelson in the 285-pound match.

Back in the lighter weights, Jake Martin of Coconino won an 11-6 decision in the 106-pound match over Blane Foster of Winslow. In the 111-pound match, Coconino's Collin Anderson pinned Tyrail Smith of Winslow.


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