By Wyatt Lester Posted February 15, 2012
Lowry attended the Northern Nevada Divisional tournament on February 11 and had a few interesting wins over some tough teams that have contenders for state titles. Lowry has upheld their winning thus far in the season and it seems that wrestling skill is still going strong.
Teams that attended the divisional match were Lowry, Elko, South Tahoe, Dayton, Spring Creek, Fernley, and Fallon. Some teams like Spring Creek showed a few tough matchups such as their Nick CdeBaca wrestling against Lowry’s Ryan Nelson in the 182lb. weight class. There are many teams to watch out for but Lowry has been continually showing them wrestling at its best.
“We have a lot of kids going to state, we have our heads held high, and we have a great advantage right now over all other teams,” said sophomore Tytin Johnson.
“If we stay on track and wrestle like we have been wrestling, we have a good shot at winning state,” said sophomore Eric Brooks.
- Lowry High School -301.5
- Spring Creek High School -246.5
- Fernley High School -150
Wrestlers who placed:
Senior Gus Duncan 1st -145
Senior Jace Billingsley 1st -160’s
Senior Ryan Nelson 1st -182
Senior Fergi Herrera 1st -Heavyweight
Senior Daniel Raynor 2nd -132
Senior Juan Ochoa 4th -195
Junior Michael Billingsley 1st -175
Junior Cody Andersen 1st -220’s
Junior Daniel Pollock 2nd -106
Sophomore Eric Brooks 1st -113
Sophomore Aaron Nelson 2nd -126
Sophomore Lane Mentaberry 3rd -120’s
Sophomore Tytin Johnson 3rd -220’s
Sophomore Brandon Okuma 4th -138
Freshman Beau Billingsley 1st -152
Freshman Luis Cardenas 3rd –Heavyweight
Freshman Blake Duncan 5th -145
So Lowry continues to dominate every team in the northern Nevada division and they will show their true champion status next week.