Prep Sports Roundup: Bear grapplers take fifth at Delta tourney |

Prep Sports Roundup: Bear grapplers take fifth at Delta tourney

Rifle’s wrestlers finished fifth at Saturday’s Delta Panther Tournament.

Numerous Bears had big days.

Isaac Rider went 3-0 to win the 120-pound weight division.

Saul Cerros finished second at 195 pounds, going 1-1.

Taking third place was Dallas Rohrig at 126 pounds. Rohrig went 3-1. Also finishing third were A.J. Cordova at 170 (3-1) and Clayton Coombs at 182 (2-1).

Rogilio Navarro (113), Coy Zang (132), Brandon Kittle (138) and Alex Copeland (152) all finished fifth with 2-2 records. Jaime Gomez went 1-2 at 182 to take fifth place.

Coal Ridge’s Devon Godeski placed second at 145 in Delta by going 2-1.

After receiving a first-round bye, he defeated Rifle’s Hugo Ruelas by fall and Hotchkiss’ Dylan Hill by a 3-2 decision to make the finals. In the finals, he lost to Delta’s Morgan McCracken by decision, 9-5.

Teammate Collin Carbone went 4-1 on the day to take third at 120s.

Grand Valley’s boys basketball team finished up the Meeker Cowboy Shootout with a 2-1 record.

After a 60-29 win over Rangely on Thursday, the Cardinals lost to Little Snake River, 60-47, on Friday and defeated Hayden, 52-35, on Saturday.

Trent Reidle’s 19 points helped Grand Valley (3-2) to victory against Hayden. Trever Smith added 12 points and 11 rebounds. Tyler Scott pulled down 10 rebounds.

Smith scored 17 against Little Snake River. Reidle chipped in with 10 points.

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