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Boys, girls hoops teams defeat Mead; wrestling team dominating regionals

BOYS HOOPS
Windsor — Windsor erased a modest fourth quarter deficit to top Mead 63-60 in a Class 4A Tri-Valley Conference game Friday.
The Mavericks led 50-45 after three quarters before the Wizards outscored Mead 18-10 in the final quarter.
Windsor improved to 10-2 in Tri-Valley play, 15-6 overall.
The Wizards are first in the conference, one spot above the Mavericks (9-3, 13-8).
Senior guard Kirk Relford led the way for Windsor, with 23 points.
MHS 9 19 22 10 — 60
WHS 14 13 18 18 — 63
WHS — Kirk Relford 7 4-6 23, Brennen Seyboldt 6 1-1 15, Tyler Mcginnis 4 3-3 12, Nate Huntsman 3 0-1 9, Brayden Pedersen 1 0-2 2, Lance Mcginnis 1 0-0 2, Matt Scoggin 0 0-0 0, Mitch Rasmuson 0 0-0 0. Totals 22 9-12 63
3-point field goals — WHS 10 (Relford 4, Huntsman 3, Seyboldt 2, T. Mcginnis).
Total fouls — WHS 13.

GIRLS HOOPS
Windsor 61, Mead 28: In Mead, the Wizards held Mead to single digits in each quarter, leading 24-15 by halftime before dominating even more in the second half.
Junior guard Hollie Hoffman led the way with 18 on 9-of-14 shooting to go with a jaw-dropping 10 steals.
Windsor improved to 11-1 in 4A Tri-Valley Conference play, 17-4 overall. It was the Wizards 10th consecutive win.
WHS 14 10 18 19 — 61
MHS 6 9 8 5 — 28
WHS — Chaynee Kingsbury 1 2-3 4, Karee Porth 1 0-0 2, Ally Kennis 0 0-0 0, Hollie Hoffman 9 0-2 18, Karly Mathern 3 0-0 6, Michaela Moran 5 2-4 12, Kendall Gustafson 2 0-0 5, Madi Denzell 1 5-5 7, Taylor Kramer 3 1-1 7, Payton Kramer 0 0-2 0. Totals 25 10-17 61
3-point field goals — WHS 1 (Gustafson).
Total fouls — WHS 10.

WRESTLING
Windsor dominating 4A Region 4: In Golden, with an entire day to go, Windsor has likely already done enough to clinch the regional title.
The Wizards have scored 124.5 points, with their closest competitor being a distant Mesa Ridge (80).
Of Windsor's 13 wrestlers it brought to the tournament, 12 are in the semifinals: 106-pounder Jacob Parker (21-5), 113-pounder Will VomBaur (28-1), 120-pounder Vance VomBaur (34-4), 126-pounder Dominick Serrano (27-0), 132-pounder Braden Peninger (18-9), 138-pounder Ronny Minjarez (18-6), 145-pounder Dylan Wood (26-16), 152-pounder Cody Eaton (31-5), 170-pounder Isaiah Salazar (30-1), 182-pounder Tyler Grasmick (27-12), 195-pounder Josh Grasmick (33-8) and heavyweight Victor Bravo (23-7).