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Gazette Premium Content Blog exclusive: Coronado's Hunt posts sudden-victory upset

By Brent W. New, preps@gazette.com — Updated: January 26, 2014 at 12:19 pm
By Brent W. New, preps@gazette.com — Updated: January 26, 2014 at 12:19 pm • Published: January 26, 2014

With three seconds left in the first sudden-victory period, Joe Hunt of Coronado pulled off the Colorado Springs Metro Championships’ biggest upset when he finished a reverse takedown to edge the top-ranked Class 4A wrestler in the 285-pound weight class (according to On the Mat Rankings), Justin...

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With three seconds left in the first sudden-victory period, Joe Hunt of Coronado pulled off the Colorado Springs Metro Championships’ biggest upset when he finished a reverse takedown to edge the top-ranked Class 4A wrestler in the 285-pound weight class (according to On the Mat Rankings), Justin Petrash of Air Academy.

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