Bulldogs dominate state event

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While no official state champion could be determined, the Carson Bulldogs youth wrestling club could make the arguement that it's the best in Nevada.

No criteria for team points was determined, but the Bulldogs dominated the USA Nevada State Wrestling Tournament recently held in Spring Creek. Three-hundred wrestlers from 20 teams competed in the event.

The Bulldogs came away with 23 first place finishes and had five "Triple Crown" winners, wrestlers who swept the freestlye, Greco-Roman and folkstyle titles. Nolan Shine, Blake Davidson, Bryce Moyle, Nevin Elliott and Micah Chalk all came away with Triple Crown plaques.

Carson had 33 wrestlers in the event. Other results for the Bulldogs were: Greco-Roman - Shea Brewer, second; Kye Catlin, second; Brady O'Keefe, fourth; Brandon Davidson, fifth; Riley Hutchings, first; Austin Klesow, sixth; Nicolas Lani, fifth; Kyle Sharp, second; Patrick Craugh, first; Willy McDonald, third; Garrett Manoukian, third; Ricky McDonald, first; Owen Craugh, first.

Freestyle - Brewer, fourth; Cole Catlin, third; Kyle Catlin, second; O'Keefe, fifth; Cody Cunningham, fifth; Brandon Davidson, fifth; Hutchings, third; Lani, third; Sharp, first; Kaleb Wold, fifth; Patrick Craugh, first; Nicholas Garcia, third; Jordan Luhrs, second; Willy McDonald, second; Jeremy Walkama, first; Casey Hill, second; Nolan Lackey, fourth; Manoukian, third; Ricky McDonald, second; Brent Moyle, fifth; Nolan Wilcox, second; Michael Wilcoxson, third; Owen Craugh, third; Matthew Scott, third; Eric Wilcoxson, second; Cole McCarthy, second; Nolan Wilcock, second.

Folkstyle - Cole Catlin, fifth; Kye Catlin, second; O'Keefe, sixth; Brandon Davidson, fourth; Hutchings, fifth; Lani, fifth; Sharp, second; Wold, fifth; Patrick Craugh, second; Garcia, third; McCarthy, second; Willy McDonald, second; Hill, second; Lackey, fourth; Manoukian third; Ricky McDonald, second; Brent Moyle, third; Wilcock, second; Michael Wilcoxson, third; Owen Craugh, second; Eric Wilcoxson, third.


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