UPDATE 10:45 p.m.

The night is over, and Colorado Springs has five wrestlers who finished with state titles.

They are: Discovery Canyon's Patrick Allis (120), Air Academy's Jason Hanenberg (132), Cheyenne Mountain's Mike McFadden (138) and Mesa Ridge's Elijah Valdez (152) in Class 4A and The Classical Academy's Nathan Johns (182) in 3A.

UPDATE 9:20 p.m.

Colorado Springs wrestlers are pulling off stunning wins during the CHSAA state championships.

So far, Discovery Canyon's Patrick Allis (120), Air Academy's Jason Hanenberg (132), Cheyenne Mountain's Mike McFadden (138) and Mesa Ridge's Elijah Valdez (152) have earned state titles in Class 4A.

Mesa Ridge's Mike True (285 in 4A) and The Classical Academy's Nathan Johns (182 in 3A) have yet to wrestle.

UPDATE 8 p.m.

Discovery Canyon's Patrick Allis topped Windsor's Vance VomBaur 5-4 in the 120-pound match of the Class 4A state tournament, becoming the first wrestler from the Pikes Peak region to earn a gold medal Saturday night.

In the final seconds, VomBaur earned a takedown to go up 4-3 before Allis received points from a penalty for locking hands and an escape.

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It's almost time.

The 2018 Colorado High School Athletics Association State Wrestling ends Saturday evening with the championship matches, which start at 6:30 p.m. And seven wrestlers from the Pikes Peak region will be competing for state glory.

Below is a list of title matches featuring area wrestlers:

Class 4A120 poundsDiscovery Canyon's Patrick Allis vs. Windsor's Vance VomBaur132 poundsAir Academy's Jason Hanenberg vs. Pueblo East's Aaden Valdez138 poundsCheyenne Mountain's Mike McFadden vs. Pueblo County's Jaxon Garoutte145 poundsCanon City's Zac Hanenberg vs. Greeley Central's Andrew Alirez152 poundsMesa Ridge's Elijah Valdez vs. Pueblo County's Christopher Fasano285 poundsMesa Ridge's Michael True vs. Pueblo East's Andy Garcia

Class 3A182 poundsThe Classical Academy's Nathan Johns vs. Valley's Josh Flanagan

NOTE: Stay with gazettepreps.com for updates of the CHSAA state wrestling tournament.

Also, plenty of area wrestlers found success in the consolation rounds.

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