Little Devil wrestlers show skills at Blanding tournament
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Several Little Devils wrest-lers came away with wins as 25 young wrestlers from Grand participated in the Blanding Youth Wrestling Tournament on Saturday March 9.

Little Devil wrestlers Andrew Jones, Ean Ellis, Jaxon Carroll, Oscar Martinez, Carson Sheets and Trea Meyer took first place in their respective categories.

Finishing the tournament in second place in their divisions were Jason McKinney, Kaison Guerrero and Gail Leavitt. Patrick Reilly, Peyton Hatathley, Lane Peterson, Cayden Audenried, Gannon James, Hunter Allen and Kayden Robertson each placed third in their categories.

Several other youth wrestlers from Grand finished in the top five in their divisions. Dayton Robertson and Daxon Kerby placed fourth, while Brayden Hughes, Braxton Martinez, A.J. Allred, Bryce Johnston, Connor Swasey, Caden Swasey and Collin Randall finished the tournament in fifth place in their categories.

“There were some tough matches and our Little Devils were awesome,” said coach Ed Guerrero.

The Little Devils are next scheduled to travel to Grand Junction on March 15 and 16 for the Little Warrior Classic.

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