Hayden wrestlers compete well in Middle Park meet

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— With just a small portion of its team, the Hayden High School wrestling squad placed a pair of wrestlers Saturday at a meet in Middle Park.

Cory Terry, at 119 pounds, went 4-1 on the day and finished sixth. Terry lost his fifth- and sixth-place match via a coin flip. Per Colorado High School Activities Association rules, wrestlers were allowed to wrestle only five matches in the day.

“He could have placed third if it was formatted a different way,” Hayden coach Ty Camil­­letti said.

Sophomore Ryan Domson paced the Tigers on Saturday, finishing second at 171 pounds. Domson, who moved up three weight classes, lost in the finals to a wrestler from Holyoke.

Senior Scott Armbruster went 3-2 on the day but wasn’t able to place. Kaiden Decker (112), Nick DeLuca (160) and Sam Penrose (135) wrestled but didn’t win a match.

“I was pleased with the kids that were there,” Camilletti said. “Our conditioning, with it being the first tournament, is a little low. It’ll get better, trust me.”

Hayden returns to the mat at 6 p.m. Friday with a dual at Grand Valley. The team then heads Saturday to a meet in Delta.

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