The Windsor High School wrestling team just keeps rolling along.
The Wizards, two-time Class 4A defending state champions, kept their dual streak alive at an incredible 47 when they went 5-0 at the Colfax Duals on Jan. 4-5 in Denver. As a result, the Wizards were crowned the 2013 Colfax Smackdown Champions.
Windsor competed against several standout high schools, including Coronado High School, which is ranked No. 3 in Class 5A. Scores for Windsor included 53-20 over Fort Lupton, 34-30 over Coronado, 54-18 over Cherry Creek, 63-12 over Prairie View and 78-6 over Ridgeview Academy.
The Wizards had nine wrestlers move on to compete in the individual tournament and placed all nine including: 106 pounds — Josh Villa 2nd, 113 — Joel Salomon 1st, 152 — Kennen Lanteri 2nd, 160 — Vinny Gonzales 1st, 170 — Joe Keller 2nd, 182 — Cosme Martinez 1st, 195 — Brandon Brauser 1st, 220 — Zak Kaderka 3rd and 285 — Robert Bishop-Cotner 2nd.
The Wizards traveled to Texas this weekend to compete at the Lonestar Duals in Dallas. The Wizards faced some of the toughest schools in Texas.
Wrestling fans can keep up with the Windsor High School wrestling team by following the Wizards at www.twitter.com/wizardwrestling and their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pages/windsor-wizards-wrestling/206662616896.
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