Regional Wrestling Results
Brackets for state wrestling 2011 are now posted by the WHSAA. Regionals are complete and seeds are set. The WHSAA recently voted to allow the video streaming of the semi finals on Friday night and then the Championships on Saturday. Tune it to www.mywyoming.org or rtcom.tv to see State Wrestling 2011. Click below for brackets and scroll down for regional tournament results.
2A West Regional…Cokeville
The host Panthers led by a mere 1/2 point after day one of wrestling,but, extended on that and won the West with 216 points. Greybull/Riverside was second with Lovell third. All three teams will have a shot at the 2A title next week in Casper. Cokeville had three champions, Grey/Riv had three.
2A East Regional….Upton
Wright pretty much led wire to wire in this event. The Battlecats scored 190 points. Runner up Lingle-FortLaramie scored 139. Wright won five weights and put themselves in good seeding to make a run at the 2A title next week against the powers from the East.
3A East Reigonal….Glenrock
Douglas placed 14 kids and placed 9 in the finals of the East en route to winning the title handily. The Bearcats won five weights in the process. They scored 253 points. Runner up Torrington scored 179.5 for second, Wheatland was third with 137.
3A West Regional…Powell
The Worland Warriors won five weights and won the 3A West with 251.5 points. Host Powell was second with 230. The two will battle with Douglas for the 3A title next week at State. Worland also put nine in the finals while Powell had 10 in the finals winning five as well. The Warriors happened to place 17 kids in the top four while Powell had 14.
4A East Regional…Cheyenne East
Gillette ran away with the title and will take 18 Camels to state in hopes of their 9th straight 4A title. The Camels would put 12 in the finals and won four of those in scoring 269 points. East was the runner up with 178 points.
4A West Regional….Green River
It was a close race out West but in the end, it was Star Valley that emerged as Champions with 218 points. Natrona was second with 205 and Green River was third at 201.5.