106 – Jett Strickenberger, fr., Discovery Canyon: Strickenberger finished his first year of high school competition with a third-place finish in the 4A state tournament. In the semifinal match he suffered a 4-1 loss to the eventual state champion Brendon Garcia of Pueblo County. He was 29-5 this season.
113 – Darian Palacio, sr., Discovery Canyon: Palacio wrapped up his high school wrestling career with a fifth-place finish in the 4A state tournament. He defeated Ethan Hays of Roosevelt 10-3 for fifth place. Palacio finished the season 30-12.
120 – Patrick Allis, jr., Discovery Canyon: Allis won the 4A 120-pound state title in dramatic fashion by earning points from a penalty and then an escape in the final seconds to defeat Windsor’s Vance VomBaur 5-4. Allis capped off his junior campaign with a 33-3 record.
126 – Angel Flores, so., Coronado: Flores was the area's highest 126-pound finisher in 5A with a third place finish at state. A 9-6 semifinal loss sent him to the consolation bracket, in which he topped Fountain-Fort Carson’s Taylor Vasquez with a 6-3 decision for bronze. Flores finished the year 44-8.
132 – Jason Hanenberg, sr., Air Academy: Hanenberg earned a state title in the final seconds with a reversal to give him a 2-1 win over Pueblo East’s Aaden Valdez. He is a four-time state placer, and finished his prep career with 151 wins.
138 – Mike McFadden, sr., Cheyenne Mountain: McFadden became a state champion after defeating Pueblo County’s Jaxon Garoutte 7-2 in the title match. He is Cheyenne Mountain's first four-time state medalist and finished his prep career with 132 wins.
145 – KJ Kearns, jr., Coronado: Kearns lost in the Class 5A semifinals, but bounced back with a pin in 2:07 over Dakota Key of Legacy to claim a third-place finish. He was 45-5 this season and earned a city title at the Colorado Springs Metro Championships.
152 – Elijah Valdez, sr., Mesa Ridge: Valdez completed his senior campaign with a near-perfect record and a state title with a 4-2 decision in the state championships. Valdez was also the 152 Colorado Springs Metro champion and completed his senior year 42-1.
160 – Brady Badwound, jr., Air Academy: Badwound made it all the way to the 4A semifinals before he suffered a 10-2 loss to eventual state champion Drake Engelking of Longmont. Badwound placed fifth with a 6-2 decision over Zachary Vannaman of Pine Creek. He wrapped up his season with a 30-8 record.
170 – Ben Long, sr., Widefield: Long was one of two area wrestlers to qualify for the 4A state championships at 170 pounds and won his first state tournament match before going 1-1 in the consolation rounds. Long claimed the 170-pound title at the Colorado Springs Metro Championships. He finished with a 30-8 record.
182 – Nathan Johns, jr., The Classical Academy: Johns captured the school’s second state title after he defeated defending state champion Josh Flanagan of Valley in a 3-2 decision. A Colorado Springs Metro finalist, he finished the season 34-3 and became the Titans’ first state champion since 2013.
195 – Jared Volcic, so., Mesa Ridge: Volcic didn’t let an early state tournament loss deter his run. Volcic fell in the quarterfinals, but climbed back through the consolation rounds to earn a third-place finish with a major decision. Volcic (38-7) also took third at the Metro tournament.
220 – Dominick Fini, sr., Mesa Ridge: Fini finished third at the state tournament despite suffering a hip injury in the first round. He claimed an 8-1 victory in the bronze medal match. His toughness carried him to a 40-3 record. He also placed third at the Colorado Springs Metro Championships.
285 – Michael True, sr., Mesa Ridge: True proved he was one of the best heavyweights in the area with a Colorado Springs Metro tournament title and a second-place finish at the state championships. True finished with a 34-6 season record.
106 – Kenneth Crosby, fr., Falcon: 30-7 season record
113 – Tanner Hunt, sr., Lewis-Palmer: 39-10 season record
120 – Devin Lueck, sr., Mesa Ridge: 36-9 season record
126 – James Ruona, jr., Canon City: 42-8 season record
132 – Jared Turner, sr., Discovery Canyon: 33-11 season record
138 – Maverick Keigher, sr., Doherty: 45-8 season record
145 – Zac Hanenberg, sr., Canon City: 40-10 season record
152 – Kian Colonese, sr., Pine Creek: 33-14 season record
160 – Zachery Vannaman, jr., Pine Creek: 30-16 season record
170 – Mason Repshire, sr., Canon City: 36-16 season record
182 – Garrett Niel, sr., Pine Creek: 43-7 season record
195 – Cian Quiroga, jr., Cheyenne Mountain: 23-8 season record
220 – Deonte Bridges, so., Cheyenne Mountain: 20-1 season record
285 – Jeff Flippen, sr., Vista Ridge: 27-8 season record
Air Academy — 113: James Benson, sr.
Calhan — 220: Brayden Dillingham, jr.
Canon City — 113: Joey Gauna, jr.; 106: Zeon Ortega, jr.
Cheyenne Mountain — 132: Luke Antonia, sr.; 152: Mike Gibb, sr.; 145: Kevin Hooks, jr.; 170: Kevyn McCarthy, jr.
Coronado — 138: Johnny Lopez, sr.
The Colorado Springs Christian School — 138: Jake Hamilton, so.
Doherty — 170: Logan Maslanik, jr.; 152: Zack Szostak, sr.
Ellicott — 285: Ben McCaffrey, sr.
Falcon — 285: Grant McCluan, jr.; 160: Caleb Sherrill, jr.
Florence — 160: Logan Kenline, sr.; 113: Johnny Masopust, so.; 285: Parker North-Wanner, sr.
Fountain-Fort Carson — 170: Kyle Stalder, sr.; 126: Taylor Vasquez, jr.
Lewis-Palmer — 106: Skyler Hunt, so.; 138: Cole Stephenson, so.;
Mitchell — 160: Taaron LaFrancis, fr.; 220 Payton Miles, jr.
Palmer — 132: Dylan Owens-Hailey, sr.
Palmer-Ridge — 126: Nick Stiltner, sr.
Peyton — 132: Colton Murray, so.
Sand Creek — 170: Uziel Rivera, sr.; 113: Caesar Sanchez, jr.
Sierra — 195: Donavin Bedburdick, sr.
TCA — 195: Daniel Borchert, sr.; 113: Aidan Johnston, jr.; 106: Brendan Johnston, jr.; 160: Liam Young, jr.
Vista Ridge — 152: Ronnie Salazar, jr.
Widefield — 195: Nathan Daniel, sr.; 152: Kody Scholl, sr.; 182: John Underwood, sr.; 145: Elijah Whatley, sr.
Woodland Park — 106: Zach Dooley, so.