BHS, IHS control 'Dawg Fight,' earn 10 titles in Dove Creek

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BHS, IHS control 'Dawg Fight,' earn 10 titles in Dove Creek

BHS, IHS control 'Dawg Fight,' earn 10 titles in Dove Creek
Ignacio's Dustin Sanchez (right) accepts congratulations from Dove Creek's Will McKellips after defeating the Bulldog to win the 160-pound division title at DCHS' "Dawg Fight" this past Saturday.
Surrounded by, from left, head coach Todd McMenimen, teammate/manager Connor Krug, and assistant coach Dusty Mars, Bayfield's Dylan Pickering flashes a enthusiastic expression after pinning Durango's Jacob Rowe in just 12 seconds to earn first place at 132 pounds during Saturday's Dove Creek "Dawg Fight." The Wolverines as a whole smiled most broadly after winning the meet's team championship.
Ignacio's Randy Herrera works to pin Bobcat teammate Lucas Roderick during the heavyweights' Dove Creek "Dawg Fight" encounter this past Saturday with first place in the division at stake. Herrera indeed won by pin, 1:17 into the third period, helping IHS place second at the meet as a team.
Bayfield's Daniel Westbrook works patiently atop teammate John Foutz during the 220-pounders' battle for first place at the Dove Creek "Dawg Fight" this past Saturday. Westbrook won a 7-3 decision, and later the meet's Outstanding Upper-weight Wrestler as BHS won the team championship.
Bayfield's Shane Moore works towards a pin - made official 36 ticks into the third period - of Farmington's Wesley Moses, en route to winning the Dove Creek "Dawg Fight" title at 170 pounds this past Saturday afternoon.
Bayfield's Trey McKee controls Del Norte's Keegan Medina during Dove Creek "Dawg Fight" action at 152 pounds this past Saturday. McKee won by 10-4 decision, and went on to place second at the weight.
Ignacio head coach Jordan Larsen speaks with 113-pounder Isaac Welker after Welker lost by pin to Durango's Owen Eicher during this past Saturday's Dove Creek "Dawg Fight." Welker would place third at the weight, Eicher second and Bayfield's Simon Schneider first.

BHS, IHS control 'Dawg Fight,' earn 10 titles in Dove Creek

Ignacio's Dustin Sanchez (right) accepts congratulations from Dove Creek's Will McKellips after defeating the Bulldog to win the 160-pound division title at DCHS' "Dawg Fight" this past Saturday.
Surrounded by, from left, head coach Todd McMenimen, teammate/manager Connor Krug, and assistant coach Dusty Mars, Bayfield's Dylan Pickering flashes a enthusiastic expression after pinning Durango's Jacob Rowe in just 12 seconds to earn first place at 132 pounds during Saturday's Dove Creek "Dawg Fight." The Wolverines as a whole smiled most broadly after winning the meet's team championship.
Ignacio's Randy Herrera works to pin Bobcat teammate Lucas Roderick during the heavyweights' Dove Creek "Dawg Fight" encounter this past Saturday with first place in the division at stake. Herrera indeed won by pin, 1:17 into the third period, helping IHS place second at the meet as a team.
Bayfield's Daniel Westbrook works patiently atop teammate John Foutz during the 220-pounders' battle for first place at the Dove Creek "Dawg Fight" this past Saturday. Westbrook won a 7-3 decision, and later the meet's Outstanding Upper-weight Wrestler as BHS won the team championship.
Bayfield's Shane Moore works towards a pin - made official 36 ticks into the third period - of Farmington's Wesley Moses, en route to winning the Dove Creek "Dawg Fight" title at 170 pounds this past Saturday afternoon.
Bayfield's Trey McKee controls Del Norte's Keegan Medina during Dove Creek "Dawg Fight" action at 152 pounds this past Saturday. McKee won by 10-4 decision, and went on to place second at the weight.
Ignacio head coach Jordan Larsen speaks with 113-pounder Isaac Welker after Welker lost by pin to Durango's Owen Eicher during this past Saturday's Dove Creek "Dawg Fight." Welker would place third at the weight, Eicher second and Bayfield's Simon Schneider first.
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