Little Devil wrestlers compete in Delta Panther Paw Invite
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The Little Devil Wrestling team traveled to Delta, Colo., on Saturday, Feb. 8, to compete in the Delta Panther Paw Invitational Wrestling Tournament.

Seventeen Little Devils participated in the event. Four wrestlers took first place. They were: Austin Paris, Lane Peterson, Ean Ellis and Jaxon Carroll.

Placing second were Breckin Shepherd, Rowen Phillips and Jason McKinney. Caden Swasey, Kristopher Harrison and Landon Moralez took third place. Ayden Ceniceros and Connor Swasey took fifth place.

Wrestlers who took sixth place were Trace York, Aaron Stewart, Brayden Althoff and Cooper Swasey. Ryker Ault took eighth place.

“They wrestled very strong and performed well against some very good wrestlers, said head coack Ed Guerrero. “For some of them this was the first time they wrestled in a tournament. Even with the losses they never quit and they showed excellent sportsmanship. I am very proud of these kids and look forward to the next tournament.”

The team will next host the Little Devil Classic Invitational on Feb. 22 in Moab. 


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