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Junior wrestlers clean up at local and national tournament

Bryce Jackman, show above took sixth place in the Denver National Tournament and his teammates placed in four other categories. Denver is the largest national tournament with 2800 participants.

Junior wrestlers from Carbon County really came through in a local and national tournament recently.

Coach Ray Sisneros, in his fourth year working with the kids, took them to the Denver National Tournament on Nov. 5 and the team placed five athletes in the top six of their categories.

Kyler Key took first place in the nation in the 63 lb. class while Caleb Williams took second in the 49 lb. class.

Johnny O'Hearon took fifth in the 61 lb. class and two wrestlers from the area, Kenden Huff (98 lbs.) and Bryce Jackman (59 lbs.) took sixth in their divisions.

Another Carbon area wrestler, Bobbie Rowley (66 lbs.) took the overall sportsmans award for the tournament.

The next week the team went to Orem and participated in a state wide meet where the team took 19 places with 12 first place awards. Here are those who placed.

Body Feichko, 42lbs. - 1st

Hagen Atwood, 42lbs. - 2nd

Caleb Williams, 49 lbs. - 1st

Kolton Anselmo, 49 lbs. - 3rd

Tyler Procarione, 58 lbs. - 2nd

Bryce Jackman, 59 lbs. - 1st

Kayden Feichko, 60 lbs. - 2nd

Devon Day, 61 lbs. - 1st

John O'Hearon, 61 lbs. - 1st

Kyler Key, 63 lbs. - 1st

Bobbie Rowley, 66 lbs. - 1st

Jared Lessar, 66 lbs. - 1st

Jason Avery, 69 lbs. - 3rd

Brett Avery, 70 lbs. - 2nd

Lane, 72 lbs. - 1st

T.J. O'Hearon, 88 lbs. - 1st

Austin Atwood, 85 lbs. - 3rd

Kenny, 100lbs. - 1st





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