The Ignacio Bobcats are the league champions.
The Ignacio High School wrestling team won the San Juan Basin League Tournament on Friday night in Dove Creek.
The Bobcats totaled 135 points for first place. Norwood was second with 97.
Nucla was third with 90, followed by Dove Creek with 89. Dolores was next with 19.5.
"The guys really wrestled tough," Ignacio head coach Bob Overturf said.
"We're headed in the right direction."
Alex Pena (112 pounds) and Casey Haga (125 pounds) won league titles for the Bobcats on Friday night.
Eight Bobcats finished second. They are Jeff Herrera (119), Josh Plehinger (130), Will Appenzeller (135), Raudel Lucero (140), Ethan Pearson (145), Trent Ostendorf (152), Colton Wyatt (160) and Chance Wyatt (215).
Chance Wyatt lost only to Stryker Lane of Norwood, the undefeated and No. 1-ranked wrestler in the state at 215.
Stryker also is a defending state champion.
"Josh did really well for us," Overturf said. "He beat the No. 2 kid in the state from Norwood, so he did really well."
The Bobcats head to the Class 2A Regionals next week at La Veta, where 15 teams will compete, vying for berths in the state tournament. The top four finishers from La Veta next Friday and Saturday will advance to the State Wrestling Championships Feb. 19-21 in Denver.