Boys wrestling: Eight wrestlers place at Frederick Golden Eagle Invitational

Posted 1/14/23

FREDERICK -- The 2023 version of the Golden Eagle Invitational wrestling tournament is under way at Frederick High School.

Fourteen teams, including Mountain Range and Horizon high schools, sent …

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Boys wrestling: Eight wrestlers place at Frederick Golden Eagle Invitational

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FREDERICK -- Horizon's Camden Neil took second place at 190 pounds at the Frederick Golden Eagle Invitational Jan. 14. He won his two contested matches by pinfall before losing to Vista Peak's Ezekiel Taylor in the finals.

Jordan Harris was third at 215 pounds. His only tournament loss was in the semifinals. He beat Max Ray of Monrch, Tyler May of Silver Creek and Diego Vallejos of Northridge.

Kyler Manternach took fourth place at 157 pounds. Manternach received a first-round bye, then split his four tournament matches. He beat Erie's Wyatt Watson by decision and pinned Mountain Range's Eric Ramirez in the consolation semifinals.

As for the Mustangs, Zach Cronholm was second at 132 pounds. He pinned his first three opponents in less than 3 1/2 minutes.  Max Vejnar was second at 215 pounds. He pinned his first three opponents in just about five minutes of mat time.

Angelo Melendez (113 pounds) and Angelo Ramirez (120 pounds) placed fourth. Melendez lost in the quarterfinal round before battling back to place. Ramirez lost in the semifinals, then won a consolation semifinal match against LIttleton's Elias Garcia. Greeley Central's David Valdez prevailed in the third-place match by a score of 2-1.

Joaquin Hernandez also placed fourth at 138 pounds. He lost in the quarterfinals, then had to win three straight matches in the consolation bracket to get a chance to place. Kyan Reuter won the third-place match by forfeit.

Mountain Range placed sixth in the team standings. Horizon was ninth.

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