The Dolores Peewee Wrestling Club took 39 competitors to the Durango last Saturday. The club also wrestles on March 25 at Dolores High School.
Here’s how they fared in Durango.
- Panthers beat Ignacio in match shortened by injury
- Panthers shut out Olathe on Engel’s strong pitching
- Cortez junior basketball tournament grows in second year
- Dolores shuts down Dove Creek for first win since 2015
- Track preview: Panthers bring back leaders
- M-CHS tennis team gets a new coach, and a new attitude
- Tomac wins fourth Supercross in six past races
- Cortez first-grader goes for national wrestling title
- Tomac chases leader Dungey in Atlanta Supercross race
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- Cortez swimmers travel to Denver for state competitions
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