CHSCA All-State Games held at Adams State

Photo by Joel Priest Monte Vista’s Tyler Vigil clamps onto 5A Aurora Overland’s Miguel Mendoza during the 2019 Colorado High School Coaches Association All-State Games this past weekend in Alamosa. The games were held at Adams State University, with wrestling action taking place inside ASU’s Plachy Hall. Given the second bout of the showcase dual, Vigil scored a takedown in the first overtime period—after three 90-second regulation periods produced a 1-1 draw—to prevail 3-1 at 132 pounds. However, he and the Blue Team lost 28-23 to the Red.

Photo by Joel Priest

Monte Vista’s Tyler Vigil clamps onto 5A Aurora Overland’s Miguel Mendoza during the 2019 Colorado High School Coaches Association All-State Games this past weekend in Alamosa. The games were held at Adams State University, with wrestling action taking place inside ASU’s Plachy Hall. Given the second bout of the showcase dual, Vigil scored a takedown in the first overtime period—after three 90-second regulation periods produced a 1-1 draw—to prevail 3-1 at 132 pounds. However, he and the Blue Team lost 28-23 to the Red.

Photo by Stephen Jiron

Sargent quarterback Frankie Torrez looks for a receiver up field during the CHSCA North-South Football game held Friday, June 7 at Adams State.

Photo by Joel Priest
Sargent’s Lainie Dillon (4) drives in from the corner and around Highlands Ranch-based SkyView Academy’s Natalia Miller-Forrest (25) during the 2019 Colorado High School Coaches Association All-State Games this past weekend in Alamosa. After losing 47-36 to Red in one of the two June 7 semifinals, Dillon and the White Team bounced back to beat Black 49-25 in the next afternoon’s third-place game.  The Lady Farmer standout was held scoreless in the first contest, but contributed four points in the victory.

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