Moab Junior Devil wrestlers go 3-3 at Salina duals tournament
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Junior Devil wrestlers (back row, from left) Dylan Harrison, Carson Whitney, Gregory Stubblefield, Corbin Arbon, Trea Meyer, Isiah Williams, and Kayden Robertson; and (front row, from left) Maison Moyle, Macray Ellis, Carson Sheets, and Taison Wilson, pose after a recent competition.
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Junior Devil wrestlers (back row, from left) Dylan Harrison, Carson Whitney, Gregory Stubblefield, Corbin Arbon, Trea Meyer, Isiah Williams, and Kayden Robertson; and (front row, from left) Maison Moyle, Macray Ellis, Carson Sheets, and Taison Wilson, pose after a recent competition. Courtesy photo
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On Dec. 21, the Moab Junior Devils youth wrestling team traveled to Salina, Utah, to participate in the Wolf Pack Team Duals tournament. According to Moab coach Kelly Sheets, the Junior Devils were combined with a team from Page, Ariz., for the meet, with each team filling each other’s open spots.

A total of six dual matches were staged, with the Moab-Page combined team winning three and losing three.

The meet featured a total of 16 teams of junior high and middle school aged kids in fifth through eighth grades.

For Moab, the individual results of matches wrestled (excluding byes), were as follows: at 65 pounds, Caison Ault had four wins and two losses; at 70 pounds, Carson Whitney had three wins and three losses; at 75 pounds, Dylan Harrison had two wins and four losses; at 85 pounds, Carson Sheets had three wins and one loss; at 90 pounds, Corbin Arbon had three wins and three losses; at 95 pounds, Kayden Robertson had three wins and three losses; at 106 pounds, Maison Moyle had one win and four losses; at 120 pounds, Gregory Stubblefield had one win and four losses; at 145 pounds, Isiah Williams had one loss; and at 155 pounds, Trea Meyer had two wins and two losses.

“This was the team’s first experience at a team dual type tournament, and the boys really enjoyed the camaraderie of competing together as a team,” said coach Sheets.

The Junior Devils’ next scheduled event is the Fruita Mat Cat tournament in Fruita, Colo., on Jan. 11.


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