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Glenwood wrestlers take down Pueblo West in home dual

Bonus points helped Glenwood Springs’ wrestling team defeat the Cyclones of Pueblo West in a Friday dual.

Heavyweight Brian Ochoa got the Demons off to a fast start with a 43-second pin of Malik Jones.

Miguel Vega took the mat next, scoring a quick pin for Glenwood over Ross Golob in the night’s 106-pound matchup.



Vega finished off Golob in just over a minute.

Hector Chagoya, the Demons’ 113-pounder, followed with a pin of Tyler Montoya. Chagoya held a 12-9 lead at the time of the fall.



The heart of Pueblo’s order helped them scrap back into the dual, with a major decision by Travis Myers (120 pounds), a major decision by John Ceplo (132) and a decision by Erik Romero (138).

Sandwiched between all that was a win by Glenwood’s team captain, Mike Mills. The 126-pounder took a 10-2 lead on Austin Heim before putting him away with a pin with 30 seconds left in the match.

Cristian Gonzalez, the Demons’ freshman 152-pounder, held a 4-0 lead over Caleb Smith before he was reversed to his back and then pinned near the end of the second period.

The only other contested match of the night was another pin for Pueblo West. Brent Martin got it, defeating Collin Schreiber at 220 pounds.

Receiving forfeits for Glenwood were Justin Barham (145), Tanner Gianinetti (160), Alejandro Talavera (170), Erick Madrid (182) and Zak Golden (195).


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