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Blog: Liberty hires wrestling coach

Wed, May 21, 2014 - 12:23 AM 0

Liberty High School announced Tuesday that it had hired Roger Stewart-Frederick to take over the Lancers' wrestling program.

Wrestling: Usually just a spectator, Bragg now the one receiving the honors

Sports: Gazette Preps : Wrestling Thu, May 8, 2014 - 10:10 PM 0

Over the years, Bill Bragg has made a point to attend the Colorado chapter of the Wrestling Hall of Fame banquet, just to catch up with old friends and teachers and honor those being inducted. On Saturday, the...

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  • Wrestling: All-conference teams

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  • Peak Performers: Sam Turner, Discovery Canyon, Justin Petrash, Air Academy, wrestling

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  • Florence's Yslas falls in final but enjoys tournament ride

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  • State wrestling: Benford, Supernaw come up short in finals

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  • Klee: A brother's love brings state title to Discovery Canyon

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  • Saturday's state wrestling notes

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  • Blog: Register done after semifinals loss

    Denver • Buried in the tunnels of the Pepsi Center, The Classical Academy senior Andrew Register sat perfectly still outside the home locker room with tears running down his face. This was it, he said. Moments after his semifinals loss in the 145-pound weight class, Register closed the door not only on his high school wrestling days, but...

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