DHS left searching for wins

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DHS left searching for wins

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Jordan LaRoche of Fort Lupton put Donald Kirby in a headlock but wasn’t able to pin the Durango High School senior. LaRoche won the first-round state tournament match 9-3. “(Kirby) did some nice things out there,” Durango High School head coach Doug Cuddie said. “He really battled.”
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A.J. Rees of Discovery Canyon and Rudy Peterson of Durango size each other up during their first-round state tournament match at the Pepsi Center in Denver. Peterson lost 10-2. “That kid is really good who beat Rudy,” DHS head coach Doug Cuddie said. “That 112-pound class is a stud weight class this year.”
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Jace Lopez of Roosevelt got the upper hand on Clay Dillon of Durango High School on Thursday, Day 1 of the CHSAA Class 4A State Wrestling Championships at the Pepsi Center in Denver. Lopez, the top seed at 119 pounds, won a 15-0 major decision.

DHS left searching for wins

STEVE LEWIS/Herald
Jordan LaRoche of Fort Lupton put Donald Kirby in a headlock but wasn’t able to pin the Durango High School senior. LaRoche won the first-round state tournament match 9-3. “(Kirby) did some nice things out there,” Durango High School head coach Doug Cuddie said. “He really battled.”
STEVE LEWIS/Herald
A.J. Rees of Discovery Canyon and Rudy Peterson of Durango size each other up during their first-round state tournament match at the Pepsi Center in Denver. Peterson lost 10-2. “That kid is really good who beat Rudy,” DHS head coach Doug Cuddie said. “That 112-pound class is a stud weight class this year.”
STEVE LEWIS/Herald
Jace Lopez of Roosevelt got the upper hand on Clay Dillon of Durango High School on Thursday, Day 1 of the CHSAA Class 4A State Wrestling Championships at the Pepsi Center in Denver. Lopez, the top seed at 119 pounds, won a 15-0 major decision.
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