Wade earns second silver medal

Wade earns second silver medal

BEING DOWN NEVER FELT SO GOOD: Dolores senior 145-pounder Wyatt Wade floors Del Norte's Brennan Pacheco during their semifinal match at the 2013 Class 2A State Championships last weekend inside Denver's Pepsi Center. Wade reached the title tilt after routing the Tiger by an 11-1 major decision, but then lost by first-period pin to senior James Price of Ault-based Highland. Wade finished his final season with an outstanding 40-4 record; Price ended 38-1 (only loss was to Broomfield's Phil Downing, eventually the Class 4A champ).
AH WELL...IT STILL ENDS WELL: As State Champion James Price (record 38-1) of Ault-based Highland hoists his conquered bracket last Saturday night before a Pepsi Center crowd numbering 15,359, Dolores senior Wyatt Wade (40-4) looks on with the Class 2A 145-pound division’s second-place medal in hand. Wade had reached the grand finale by defeating Kiowa junior Connor Willis 9-1, Akron junior Levi Hottinger 10-4, and Del Norte junior Brennan Pacheco 11-1...but then lost to the senior Price by pin in only 69 seconds. Attendance for the three-day spectacle in Denver totaled 35,662.

Wade earns second silver medal

BEING DOWN NEVER FELT SO GOOD: Dolores senior 145-pounder Wyatt Wade floors Del Norte's Brennan Pacheco during their semifinal match at the 2013 Class 2A State Championships last weekend inside Denver's Pepsi Center. Wade reached the title tilt after routing the Tiger by an 11-1 major decision, but then lost by first-period pin to senior James Price of Ault-based Highland. Wade finished his final season with an outstanding 40-4 record; Price ended 38-1 (only loss was to Broomfield's Phil Downing, eventually the Class 4A champ).
AH WELL...IT STILL ENDS WELL: As State Champion James Price (record 38-1) of Ault-based Highland hoists his conquered bracket last Saturday night before a Pepsi Center crowd numbering 15,359, Dolores senior Wyatt Wade (40-4) looks on with the Class 2A 145-pound division’s second-place medal in hand. Wade had reached the grand finale by defeating Kiowa junior Connor Willis 9-1, Akron junior Levi Hottinger 10-4, and Del Norte junior Brennan Pacheco 11-1...but then lost to the senior Price by pin in only 69 seconds. Attendance for the three-day spectacle in Denver totaled 35,662.
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