Little Devil wrestlers compete at Mat Cat Invitational meet
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The Little Devil wrestling team got their season started this last weekend in Fruita, Colo., at the Mat Cat Invitational wrestling tournament. The Little Devil program has 60 kids this year from ages 3 to 10 years old.

At the Mat Cat tournament, the Little Devils had 18 wrestlers place. In the age 4 and under class, Dustin Peterson and Cooper Swasey both placed third. In the 6 and under division, Austin Paris took first place, Ean Ellis took second place, Tyler Book, Peyton Hatathley and Braxton Martinez all took third place and Patrick Reilly placed fourth.

In the age 8 and under division, Lane Peterson and Breckin Shepherd both took first place, Aaron Stewart and Brayden Althoff both took third place, and Caden Swasey, Connor Swasey and Ayden Ceniceros all took fourth place. In the 10 and under class, Landon Moralez took first place and Oscar Martinez and Dayson Ward both placed fourth.

“We have started the 2014 season and it looks like it will be another awesome year,” said Little Devil coach Eddie Guerrero.

The team’s next tournament will be in Montrose, Colo., on Jan. 18.

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