DHS, BHS pin dual wins

Back on track.

The Durango High School wrestling team squashed the Farmington Scorpions (N.M.) 55-12 on Thursday.

“Really really good,” DHS head coach Doug Cuddie said. “Back on the right track.”

Hunter Hall (120), Daniel Gustafson (220) and Diego Martinez (138), who moved up from junior varsity, all had pins. Dillon Anthony (132), still-undefeated Nick Tarpley (152), Patrick Cunnion and Demetre Cullison (182) also got wins.

They wrestle next in Pagosa Springs’ Rocky Mountain Shootout on Saturday.

Wolverines 33, Pirates 21

The Wolverines wrestling team started off a tough stretch of Intermountain League play with a tough win.

Bayfield beat Monte Vista on Thursday night.

“We looked real good,” BHS coach Todd McMenimen said. “Real good outings by several of the kids.”

Colter McMenimen started off the winning at 126 with a 15-0 technical fall – the first of a few, as Drake Rhodes got one at 17-0 at 138 and Joe Zink at 145. In between, Allec Rodriquez (132) got the tightest win, 4-2 in overtime.

Michael Goodman (182) got a pin, then Matt Cerdas rounded it out with a 9-4 win at 220.

Bayfield hosts top-ranked Centauri tonight at 6 p.m.

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