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Fiftieth Doc Wright Wrestling Tourney draws 38 teams from five states
In the 160 pound wight class, Robert Latin of Basha placed first and Cameron Wells of Higley took second place. Photo/Todd Roth
In the 160 pound wight class, Robert Latin of Basha placed first and Cameron Wells of Higley took second place. Photo/Todd Roth
In the 113 pound weight class, Jacob Rios of Valley Vista took first and Tanner Wright of Peoria placed second. Photo/Todd Roth
In the 113 pound weight class, Jacob Rios of Valley Vista took first and Tanner Wright of Peoria placed second. Photo/Todd Roth
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WINSLOW, Ariz. - A total of 38 schools from five states including three from New Mexico, one from Colorado, one from Utah and two from Nevada competed in the Winslow Doc Wright Invitational Wrestling Tournament Jan. 18.

Dobson High School of Mesa won the event with 198 points. Mesa came in second place with 182.5 points.

The Holbrook Roadrunners were the best local area school finishing third with a total of 177.5 points. Arizona teams of almost every size were included in the competition. This was the 50th Doc Wright Tournament and Doc's son was in attendance.

Basha High School from Chandler was fourth with 163.5 points. St. Johns was a small school that performed well and finished fifth with 161.5 points. Campo Verde was sixth with 131.5 points. Liberty, Nevada led the out of state schools finishing seventh with 126.5 points. Prescott was eighth with 119 points just ahead of Valley Vista with 118.5. Coconino was 10th with 108.5 points. Peoria was 11th with 106 points. Chino Valley was 12th with 102 points. Show Low was 13th with 95 points. Bloomfield, N.M. was 14th with 86 points. Higley was 15th with 83.5 points just ahead of Mogollon with 82.5 points. Flagstaff was 17th with 81 points. Aztec, New Mexico was 18th with 80 points.

The host Winslow Bulldogs finished 19th with 78 points. Dove Creek, Colorado was 20th with 74.5 points and Page finished 21st with 74 points. Mingus was 22nd with 61 points. Snowflake was 23rd with 56 points. Joseph City was 24th with 54 points. Bradshaw Mountain was 25th with 48 points. Trevor Brown was 26th with 45 points. Gilbert was 27th with 39.5 points. Tuba City was 28th with 38 points. Chinle was 29th with 30 points. Youngker was 30th with 29 points. Ganado was 31st with 25.5 points. San Juan, Utah was 32nd with 23 points. Monument Valley was 33rd with 18 points. Kirkland Central of New Mexico was 34th with 17 points. Valley Sanders was 35th with 16 points. Blue Ridge was 36th with 13.5 points. Many Farms was 38th with seven points and Grey Hills was 38th with four points.

The 106 pound title went to Gabe Casillas of Dobson with Kendall Foster of Chino Valley second, Jonathan Latin of Basha third, Tommy Kaye of Peoria fourth, Dayton Dunham of Campo Verde fifth and Isacc Cabrera of Coconino sixth.

The 113 pound title went to Jacob Rios of Valley Vista with Tanner Wright of Peoria second, Alex Dunham of Campo Verde third, Devlin Parker of Joseph City fourth, Lucas Coan of Dobson fifth and Matthew Ramsey of Flagstaff sixth.

Jacob Reyes of Valley Vista won the 120 pound title with Collin Anderson of Coconino second, Theron Johns of Holbrook third, Stockton Heiner of Chino Valley fourth, Braden Grauberger of Prescott fifth and Cole Mortensen of Snowflake sixth.

The 126 pound title went to Christian Masters of Basha with Jaylon Bates of Liberty second, Philip Yitts of Higley third, James Ramirez of Holbrook fourth, Case Baughman of Dove Creek fifth and Wacey Wood of Snowflake sixth.

Tyler Meraz of Dobson won the 132 pound title with Eli Frazier of St. Johns second, Brett Kasprzyk of Mesa third, Chance Randolph of Dove Creek fourth, Daniel Lopez of Winslow fifth and Kyler Crosby of Joseph City sixth.

Dallyn Despain of Mogollon won the 138 pound title with Tyler Moore of Dobson second, Parker Hawk of Campo Verde third, Taylor Mclaughlin of Coconino fourth, Dalis Smith of Basha fifth and Nick Jones of Dove Creek sixth.

Storm Roper of Liberty took the 145 pound title with Josh Jaramillo of Dobson second, James Williams of Mesa third, Dylon Gillette of Gilbert fourth, Joe Gaylor of Mogollon fifth and Cutter Gouker of Blue Ridge sixth.

The 152 pound title went to Jordan Sherwood of Dobson with Tim LaMaster of Prescott second, Steve Stryker of Campo Verde third, Zach Balden of Liberty fourth, James Martinez of Winslow fifth and Royal Yazzie of Aztec sixth.

Robert Latin of Basha won the 160 pound title with Cameron Wells of Higley second, Sherod Bride of St. Johns third, Kiefer Sites of Valley Vista fourth, Dylan Wilbur of Mingus fifth and J D Robinson of Bloomfield sixth.

Trey Ronayne of Basha won the 170 pound title with Garrett Davis of St. Johns second, Christian Davis of Dobson third, Isaias Ochoa of Trevor Browne fourth, Chance Bray of Joseph City fifth and Russ Dodge of Bradshaw Mountain sixth.

Luke Ward of Valley Vista won the 182 pound title with Nikko Ferniza of Holbrook second, Jonathan Allen of Mesa third, Ethan Narada of Page fourth, Peter Hodan of Bradshaw Mountain fifth and Casey Yazzie of Valley Sanders sixth.

Shem Bowman of Holbrook prevailed in the 190 pound category with Daniel Hernandez of Prescott second, D`Angelo Calderon of Youngker third, Lui Bonilla of Mesa fourth, Josh Castro of Flagstaff fifth and Paul Jaramillo of Bloomfield sixth.

Baylend Stephens of Mogollon won the 220 pound title with Frankie Leal of Peoria second, Brandon Naegle of St. Johns third, CJ Plumb of Holbrook fourth, Wyatt Midkiff of Mingus fifth and Chris Martin of Mesa sixth.

Robert Schrock of Mesa won the 285 pound title with Drew Aho of Higley second, David Rupp of Prescott third, Austin Mills of Show Low fourth, Angel Aguilera of Holbrook fifth and Dakota Richardson of Page sixth.

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