MOAB ‘ROCKS’ RICHFIELD
Grand County’s youngest grapplers battle at Snow College
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Moab’s own Red Rock Wrestling team traveled to the Beehive Brawl at the Snow College campus in Richfield Jan. 19 and 20. Because of the level of competition at the tournament it is considered a national-level event. Pictured, from left: Jennifer Lewis, Aiden Gordon, Calvin Striblen, Caden Swasey, Landon Moralez, Austin Paris, Brayden Bosh, Cooper Swasey, Beachem Bosh, Jr., Parker Curtis, Ruston Peterson, Lane Peterson, Connor Swasey, John Lewis, Colton Williams and Laikn Gilson. Not pictured: Trevin Stewart. 																       Courtesy photo
Moab’s own Red Rock Wrestling team traveled to the Beehive Brawl at the Snow College campus in Richfield Jan. 19 and 20. Because of the level of competition at the tournament it is considered a national-level event. Pictured, from left: Jennifer Lewis, Aiden Gordon, Calvin Striblen, Caden Swasey, Landon Moralez, Austin Paris, Brayden Bosh, Cooper Swasey, Beachem Bosh, Jr., Parker Curtis, Ruston Peterson, Lane Peterson, Connor Swasey, John Lewis, Colton Williams and Laikn Gilson. Not pictured: Trevin Stewart. Courtesy photo
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Results — Red Rock Wrestling at

Snow College Jan. 19-20 in Richfield


6-and-under

Parker Curtis placed fifth in a 16-man bracket

8-and-under

Ruston Peterson competed in the 8-and-under bracket

Cooper Swasey placed fourth in a 32-man bracket

Brayden Bosh placed fourth in a 32-man bracket

10-and-under

John Lewis competed

Lane Peterson placed fourth in a 16-man bracket

Connor Swasey took four wins and two losses on the day

Trevin Stewart placed sixth in an 8-man bracket

Caden Swasey placed fourth in an 8-man bracket

Beachem Bosh, Jr. placed first in an 8-man bracket

12-and-under

Aiden Gordon competed


Champion’s Wrestling Club results


10-and-under

Austin Paris placed first in a 32-man bracket

Landon Moralez placed fourth in an 8-man bracket

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