Carson High's Lucas Wold works to get in a shot at the Class 5A state wrestling tournament in Las Vegas last weekend.
Photo by Thomas Ranson.
Two wrestlers from Carson High nearly came home with state titles this past weekend during the Class 5A state wrestling tournament held at Cimarron-Memorial High School in Las Vegas.
Lucas Wold and Anthony Garrobo both left with the silver for their efforts to cap the first season on the wrestling mat in two years for the Senators.
Wold opened his state tournament with a bye after winning the Northern Nevada Class 5A regional title.
The 120-pounder won his first two matches by fall, carrying him into Saturday’s state final.
Manuel Saldate from Slam Nevada was able to pin Wold in 3:28 to win the state title.
At 126 pounds, Garrobo also had a first round bye working in his favor due to a regional crown.
The sophomore won his first match via a 10-6 decision before picking up another win over Noah Perez of Spanish Springs by a 7-6 margin.
In the finals, Dylann Ciarciaglini of Centennial bested Garrobo by a 7-4 decision to put Garrobo in the second position on the podium.
Jonethen Barnes-Hurt picked up three team points for the Senators with two wins coming in the first round and second round of the consolation.
Ultimately, Barnes-Hurt finished his state tournament with a 2-2 record.
Nathaniel Rodriguez earned a win via a major decision in the opening round of the state tournament as well for Carson.
Toby Krehbiel (138), Ayden Marhevka (152) and Jeffrey Heaton (170) all wrapped up their season with 0-2 marks after qualifying for state.
(Carson High's Anthony Garrobo works atop his opponent at the Class 5A state wrestling tournament at Cimarron-Memorial High School last weekend. / Thomas Ranson)