GSHS wrestlers notch first two wins |

GSHS wrestlers notch first two wins

GYPSUM, Colorado ” The Glenwood Springs Demon wrestlers grabbed their first two wins of the season at the Eagle Valley Tri meet with Battle Mountain on Thursday.

They downed Battle Mountain 70-12 and Eagle Valley 42-36, to start the season 2-0.

Battle Mountain had to forfeit nine matches to Glenwood’s one.

At 112 pounds, Mike Mills beat Irving Raucho in 2 minutes and 28 seconds, at 125-pounds Greg Mills beat D.J. Madina in 2:32 and, at 171 pounds, Chris Ayala won a major decision, 13-2, over Mason Babcock. Glenwood’s only defeat was at 119 pounds, where Michael Sandoval lost to Manny Madril in 1:56.

Against Eagle Valley, the Demons were able to get some mat time, but for the second match in a row, 215-pound Brian Ochoa and 285-pound Greg Orosz saw forfeits. The only weight Glenwood didn’t fill was at 140 pounds.

For the Demons, Mike Mills defeated Zach Wamboldt in 1:21, Sandoval beat J.D. Wamboldt in 1:22. At 135 pounds, Cole Ullom beat Fernando Almanza in 2:49 and, at 160 pounds, Hunter McCallum beat Nick Soto in 2:46. Greg Mills lost a 4-1 decision to Colt Ewing. Vincent Tsosie lost 4-2 at 130 pounds, Alex Moore was bested by Andrew Hill in 1:48 at 145 pounds, Tanner Gianinetti lost to Matt Kottenstette in 39 seconds at 152 pounds, and Conner Denney was defeated by Tanner Hollis in 36 seconds at 189 pounds.

The Demons are at the Golden Dual Team Tournament today and host Summit at 6 p.m. on Wednesday.

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