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Idaho state wrestling: Post Falls dominates first day of 5A State meet

UPDATED: Fri., Feb. 23, 2018

From staff reports

Post Falls took a significant lead Friday after the opening day of the Idaho 5A State wrestling tournament at Holt Arena in Pocatello.

The Trojans piled up 159.5 points for a sizable lead on Bonneville (98.5) and Columbia (96.5).

Post Falls sent 15 wrestlers into Saturday’s semifinals. They are: Roddy Romero (98 pounds), Braxton Mason (98), Lane Reardon (106), Isaac Jessen (113), Jordan Grimm (120), Ridge Lovett (126), AJ Delarosa (132), Matt McLeod (138), Mathias Delarosa (145), Jason Burchell (145), Wyatt Shelly (152), Tyler Morris (152), Braydon Huber (160), Colton Kazmierczak (170) and Quin Bennett (220).

Coeur d’Alene is 14th with 34 points.

4A

Lakeland is tied with Minico for first place with 121.5 points. Hawks semifinalists are Alex Edelblute (106), Sam Edelblute (113), Riley Siegford (120), William Edelblute (126), Ryan Quimby (138), Cage Henry (145), Larry Johnson (145) and Logan Kelley (160).

3A

Timberlake scored 57 points and stands in ninth place. Tigers semifinalists are Brayden Herbert (98), Isaiah Evans (120), Caleb Miller (145) and Connor Yanez (182).

Sugar-Salem leads with 136 points.

2A

St. Maries stands in sixth place with 53 points. Lumberjacks in the semifinals are Sam Martin (113), Caden Hall (160) and Chad Dickerson (182).

Ririe is the leader with 76 points.

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