MEEKER I “We had a long season and continued to improve each week and wrestle tough; I am very proud of all of our kids,” Meeker Community Wrestling Club coach Carl Padilla said of the youth wrestling team.
MEEKER I The Meeker Community Wrestling Club youth team entered 44 wrestlers in the Hayden Tournament and 25 placed in the top four, including eight champions.
MEEKER I The Meeker Community Wrestling Club has 67 kids out for youth wrestling this season, and 42 members wrestled in the first tournament of the season in Rangely on the first day of spring break.
MEEKER I The 2013 Peewee Wrestling season came to an end with the team’s final tournament on May 4.
MEEKER I The Meeker Peewee wrestlers are winding down their season with the last tournament of the year in Parachute on Saturday.
RBC I The Meeker Youth wrestlers traveled to Hayden on Saturday to compete in what turned out to be their toughest competition so far. Twenty-two kids entered the tournament with 17 wresting in the morning session, which includes ages 8 and under, 6 and under and 4 and under divisions.
MEEKER I Thirteen members of the Meeker Community Wrestling Club opened the season with style in Rifle on Saturday as 10 of the grapplers placed in the top four and two returned with extra hardware.
Meeker’s latest state wrestling champ, T.J. Shelton, a member of the Meeker Community Wrestling Club (MCWC), works with youth wrestlers Cade Blunt and Clay Stewart Randall.
MEEKER I The final youth wrestling tournament of the season was held last Saturday in Parachute and all 15 Meeker wrestlers entered, placed in the top four, including 10 in the finals, where five were crowned champions.
MEEKER I Twenty-three members of the Meeker Community Wrestling Club wrestled in Hayden last Saturday and 18 placed in the top four, including six champions. Meeker youth wrestlers will each wrestle an intramural match tonight at the high school starting at 5 p.m.