2-A Regional Wrestling
Friday results and team scores.
thanks to Shannon Valora
Lauryn Bruggink (SoRoCo) lost to Talon Harris (Norwood) by a score of 11-6
Tristin Pelloni (Meeker) lost to Josh Altman (Paonia) by a score of 13-2
Tanner Guire (Hayden) lost to Savian Wadsworth (North Park) by a score of 15-0
Cole Tracy (West Grand) was pinned by Jess Reed (Paonia)
Colton Martindale (SoRoCo) lost to Deano Valdez (Dolores) by a score 9-5
Kent Miller (Hayden) won over Kanin Wadsworth (North Park) by a score of 12-1
Kylloe Goedert (Meeker) was pinned by Chance Randolph (Dove Creek)
Isaac Robertson (Meeker) was pinned by Cole Baughman (Dove Creek)
Kaiden Decker (Hayden) was pinned by Daniel Terwilliger (West Grand)
TJ Richard (North Park) was pinned by Blake Duval (Paonia)
T-Lane Mazzola (Hayden) pinned Tommy Fury (Dove Creek)
J.C. Henderson (Meeker) won over Austin Faeth (West Grand) by a score of 5-2
Max Wall (West Grand) was pinned by Ty Coats (Paonia)
Aaron Cochran (Meeker) lost to Wyatt Mattausch (Dolores) by a score of 7-0
Alex Telck (North Park) was pinned by Tyler Ebberts (Dove Creek)
Journey Vreeman (Hayden) won over Dillon Koler (SoRoCo) by a score of 9-0
Lucas Heinle (Rangely) pinned Sebastian Clarke (Meeker)
Nick Williams (Hayden)pinned Danny Harris (Nucla)
Chad Terry (Hayden) pinned Ethan Allred (Rangely)
Tristian Palyo (SoRoCo) pinned Willis Begaye (Meeker)
Colton Coombs (Rangely) won over Kolby Starks (Norwood) 19-6
Taylor Lewis (Hayden) lost to Jorge Quinonez (Paonia) 7-5
Derrick Richard (North Park) pinned Alex Ogas (Dove Creek)
Nick DeLuca (Hayden) was pinned by Kyler Bear (Paonia)
Lathrop Hughes (Meeker) lost in OVERTIME Cody Terrell (Nucla) 4-3
Jake Smith (Rangely) had a bye
Justin Hardy (Meeker) pinned Griffen Williams (Dolores)
Cody Constine (SoRoCo) Morgan Rieder (Paonia)
JR Crawford (Meeker) had a bye
Ryan Domson (Hayden)pinned Angel Arredondo (North Park)
Ethan Overton (Meeker) had a bye
Patrick Brown (Rangely) had a bye
Team Scores after 1st round
FALSE ALARM EVACUATES CRAIG MIDDLE SCHOOL
A false fire alarm during the noon hour cleared Craig Middle School today. According to Craig Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Dennis Jones a fire alarm pull was activated, setting the fire department into action and causing the school to be evacuated. After firefighters quickly determined that there was no danger, students were allowed back into the school. Our calls to the Middle School and School District offices to inquire if they have determined how the alarm was activated have not been returned.
MOFFAT COUNTY PARCEL SEES HIGHEST PRICE PER-ACRE IN BLM LEASE SALE
The Bureau of Land Management’s latest oil and gas lease sale has raised over $1-million. Over 4,000 acres were auctioned off. The highest per-acre price was paid in Moffat County, where Context Energy bought up 164 acres for $750 an acre. Over the last year, Moffat County has seen a dramatic increase in interest from oil and gas companies. The state gets 49% of the proceeds from the auction, with the remainder going to the federal government. In 2011 Colorado received more than $154 million from royalties, rentals and bonus bid payments for all federal minerals, including oil, gas, and coal. Leasing land doesn’t bind companies to development, as additional planning, environmental analysis and public input must occur before drilling can begin.
MEASURE INTRODUCED TO DRUG TEST WELFARE RECIPIENTS
A Republican measure to require drug tests for Colorado welfare recipients before they get benefits got its first approval amid criticism that it unfairly stigmatizes low-income people. Republican Rep. Jerry Sonnenberg says the intent of his bill is not to pick on any group but to ensure government funds are going to people who need it, not to people who have money to buy drugs. A House committee voted in favor of the bill on a party-line vote with Democrats voting against. Opponents say the bill draws on negative stereotypes of minorities and low-income people who are being used as scapegoats during tough economic times.
TIPTON SKEPTIC ABOUT NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND WAIVER
One Colorado lawmaker isn’t all that excited about President Obama’s decision to exempt the state from the No Child Left Behind Act. It’s not the exemption Congressman Scott Tipton has a problem with, but rather the stipulations that come with it. The Department of Education says in order for Colorado to receive the exemption, it must demonstrate that it has college ready and career ready expectations for all students, implement teacher and principal evaluation and support systems, and assure that it will evaluate and revise administrative requirements to reduce duplication and unnecessary burden on districts and schools. Tipton says that amounts to giving the federal government control over the state’s education. Alternatives to No Child Left Behind are being proposed in Congress, Tipton being a co-sponsor of one of those bills.
LAWMAKERS PROPOSE “MAKE MY DAY BETTER” LAW
A Republican measure to give businesses the ability to use deadly force against suspected intruders got initial approval in the Colorado House. The Republican-controlled chamber approved the proposal yesterday on a voice vote, with Democratic opposition. Colorado residents already have legal protections for using deadly force against intruders under a law known as “Make My Day.” The bill expanding protections is dubbed “Make My Day Better.” Several other attempts to pass the bill have failed. It’s expected to pass the House this year but will likely fail in the Democratic-controlled Senate. Supporters of the bill say business owners and employees should be protected from costly prosecutions if they defend themselves. But opponents say the legislation would give businesses too much power.
COLORADO PARKS AND WILDLIFE APPROVES MERGER IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
Colorado Parks and Wildlife has adopted their final merger implementation plan. The plan was approved at the department’s monthly meeting yesterday. It provides the basis for officials to begin the process of organizing the staff of 880 employees and merging the state’s parks and wildlife programs. It will also be used to develop a report on the progress of the merger, which will be presented to lawmakers at the end of the month. The plan covers capitol development, customer service, field operations, marketing, education, and other services. You can view the plan by clicking here.
17TH ANNUAL ARTWALK AND TASTE OF CHOCOLATE TOMORROW IN DOWNTOWN CRAIG
The 17th annual Art Walk and Taste of Chocolate, sponsored in part by Colorado Northwestern Community College, takes place in downtown Craig tomorrow night. People can stroll through downtown shops, listening to live music, while stopping for a taste at the chocolate competition. There will also be a soup and bowl sale at the Museum of Northwest Colorado. Chocolate tasters will be able to vote for their favorite, and artisans will be on hand displaying and selling their work. The event starts at 5 tomorrow.
FOREST SERVICE/BLM EXTEND PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD ON SAGE GROUSE PLAN
Another public comment period on a sage grouse protection plan has been extended. The U-S Forest Service and the BLM are looking for comment on issues that should be addressed in Environmental Impact Statements regarding conservation measures for the greater sage grouse. The plan will affect land management plans in the Routt/Medicine Bow National Forest. You can make public comments in one of the following ways:
- web site: http://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/prog/more/sagegrouse/eastern.html
- email: email@example.com
- fax: 307-775-6042
- mail: Rocky Mountain Region Project Manager, BLM Wyoming State Office, 5353 Yellowstone, Cheyenne, WY 82009
In high school sports:
Soroco hosts Hayden. The girls play at 6 and the boys at 7:30.
Little Snake River Valley is home against Cokeville. The girls tip off at 6 and the boys at 7:30.
Steamboat travels to Palisade. The girls start at 6 and the boys at 7:30.
Meeker welcomes Paonia. The girls play at 5 and the boys at 6:30.
The Rangely boys are on the road to Debeque at 6:30.
Moffat County goes to Delta. You can catch the Moffat County games live on KRAI with the pre-game at 5:45. The girls start at 6 and the boys at 7:30. You can also listen online.
Rangely, Soroco, Meeker and Hayden go to the 2-A Regionals in Palisade.
Moffat County and Steamboat go to the 4-A Regionals in Eagle Valley.
Steamboat is on the road to play Chatfield at 2.
In Alpine skiing:
Steamboat competes at Aspen.
In girls swimming:
Moffat County heads to the state championships in Thornton.
Hayden hosts West Grand. The girls play at 4 and the boys at 5:30.
Soroco hosts Meeker. The girls play at 2:30 and the boys at 4.
Rangely welcomes Plateau Valley. The girls start at 2:30 and the boys at 4.
Little Snake River Valley is home against Farson. The girls tip-off at 1:30 and the boys at 3.
The Steamboat boys play at Delta at 2.
Moffat County is at Palisade. You can catch the Moffat County games live on KRAI, with the pre-game at 12:45. The girls tip-off at 1 and the boys at 2:30. You can also listen online.
Moffat County and Steamboat continue at the Regional Tournament in Eagle Valley.
Soroco, Hayden, Rangely and Meeker continue at Regionals in Palisade.
Steamboat travels to Monarch for a game at 4:45.
In girls swimming:
Moffat County continues at State in Thornton.
In Nordic skiing:
Steamboat competes in Aspen.