Rudy! Rudy! Rudy! Peterson cures once-winless DHS

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Rudy! Rudy! Rudy! Peterson cures once-winless DHS

STEVE LEWIS/Herald
Rudy Peterson, right, reversed the Demons’ fortunes Day 2 at the CHSAA Class 4A State Wrestling Championships on Friday at the Pepsi Center. He defeated Austin Krier of Sterling in the consolation bracket for the Demons’ first win at state after an 0-for-6 effort Thursday.
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Trevor Gillen, Durango’s No. 2 seed at heavyweight, rebounded Friday with a consolation victory after Thursday’s opening round loss. He beat Mullen junior Tyler Hennington via a 7-3 decision to reach the second round of state consolation wrestling late Friday night at the Pepsi Center.
STEVE LEWIS/Herald
Elliott Salazar of Durango used his head to defeat Jake Atkinson of Vista Ridge in the Class 4A 145-pound division of the consolation bracket Friday at the Pepsi Center. Salazar was to wrestle again late Friday night.
STEVE LEWIS/Herald
Trevor Gillen had his eye on another wrestling dual at the CHSAA Class 4A State Wrestling Championships, and he delivered with a 7-3 decision over Tyler Hennington of Mullen on Friday.
Durango junior Gabe Crawford was one of three Demons whose season came to a close Friday at the state tournament. Crawford was pinned by Chaz Polson of Valor Christian, ending Crawford’s year at 24-18.
STEVE LEWIS/Herald
Not for a lack of determination and effort, but Gabe Crawford’s season came to an end Friday at the CHSAA Class 4A State Wrestling Championships at the Pepsi Center. He lost to Chaz Polson of Valor Christian in the consolation bracket and finished his year at 24-18.
STEVE LEWIS/Herald
Clay Dillon’s season ended in a headlock at the hands of Derek Salinas of Fort Lupton in the Class 4A 119-pound division Friday at the Pepsi Center in Denver. Dillon ended his season 27-19.

Rudy! Rudy! Rudy! Peterson cures once-winless DHS

STEVE LEWIS/Herald
Rudy Peterson, right, reversed the Demons’ fortunes Day 2 at the CHSAA Class 4A State Wrestling Championships on Friday at the Pepsi Center. He defeated Austin Krier of Sterling in the consolation bracket for the Demons’ first win at state after an 0-for-6 effort Thursday.
STEVE LEWIS/Herald
Trevor Gillen, Durango’s No. 2 seed at heavyweight, rebounded Friday with a consolation victory after Thursday’s opening round loss. He beat Mullen junior Tyler Hennington via a 7-3 decision to reach the second round of state consolation wrestling late Friday night at the Pepsi Center.
STEVE LEWIS/Herald
Elliott Salazar of Durango used his head to defeat Jake Atkinson of Vista Ridge in the Class 4A 145-pound division of the consolation bracket Friday at the Pepsi Center. Salazar was to wrestle again late Friday night.
STEVE LEWIS/Herald
Trevor Gillen had his eye on another wrestling dual at the CHSAA Class 4A State Wrestling Championships, and he delivered with a 7-3 decision over Tyler Hennington of Mullen on Friday.
Durango junior Gabe Crawford was one of three Demons whose season came to a close Friday at the state tournament. Crawford was pinned by Chaz Polson of Valor Christian, ending Crawford’s year at 24-18.
STEVE LEWIS/Herald
Not for a lack of determination and effort, but Gabe Crawford’s season came to an end Friday at the CHSAA Class 4A State Wrestling Championships at the Pepsi Center. He lost to Chaz Polson of Valor Christian in the consolation bracket and finished his year at 24-18.
STEVE LEWIS/Herald
Clay Dillon’s season ended in a headlock at the hands of Derek Salinas of Fort Lupton in the Class 4A 119-pound division Friday at the Pepsi Center in Denver. Dillon ended his season 27-19.
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