All of the local high school wrestling teams were in action in tournaments that took place in Lamar and Pueblo.

Bobby Hawk Martinez Colt Classic

PUEBLO — La Junta and Rocky Ford high schools both participated in the Bobby Hawk Martinez Colt Classic, which took place Saturday at Pueblo South High School's gym.

Three local wrestlers came away with individual championships. Two were from La Junta and one from Rocky Ford.

The Tigers who won championships were Isaiah Gamez, who won at 120 pounds, and Noah Barrett, who took the 132-pound championship.

Two more La Junta wrestlers went to the awards stand. Cisco Perez was third at 113 pounds, and Mitchell Peabody was fourth at 195.

The Tigers finished ninth in the team standings.

Rocky Ford's sole champion was Greg Garcia, who won at 285 pounds.

Four other Meloneers also placed. Diego Reyes was second at 170 pounds, Jesse Tapia was second at 182, Carlos Romo was third at 145, and Joziah Maestas was fourth at 120.

Rocky was sixth in the team standings.

Lamar Invitational

LAMAR — The remaining five local teams competed in the Lamar Invitational, which occurred Saturday at the Lamar Community Building.

Fowler was third in the team standings and it had nine placers including two champions.

The Grizzlies' champions were Chantz Lange, who won at 152 pounds, and Dahlton McGhee, who was the winner at 195.

The remaining Fowler placers were Fernando Salazar, who was third at 106, Tyson Martinez, who was third at 182, Seth McFall, who was fourth at 113, J.J. Horn, who was fourth at 220, Seth Damgaard, who was fifth at 170, Dylan Palomino, who was sixth at 145, and Thomas Goeritz, who was sixth at 160.

The County Line Rivals were fourth in the standings and they had seven placers, including one champion in Trevor Randel at 160 pounds.

Also placing for County Line were Dawson Roesch, who was second at 182, Jace Bauer, who was third at 220, Samuel Adams, who was fourth at 126, A.J. Wilk, who was fourth at 170, Jaime Ibarra, who was fourth at 182, and Tate Krentz, who was fifth at 106.

Crowley County was seventh in the team standings and it had four placers.

Going to the awards stand for the Chargers were Ryan Rivera, who was third at 138, Jared Bauer, who was third at 152, Adam Schultz, who was third at 160, and Jaden Harris, who was fifth at 145.

Swink was ninth among the teams and it had four individual placers.

Placing for the Lions were Michael Romero, who was second at 106, Kaleb Fisher, who was fourth at 145, Justin Tucker, who was fourth at 285, and Matthew Mendoza, who was sixth at 126.

Las Animas finished in 17th place and it had only one placer in Doug Miller, who was fifth at 285.

Lamar was the team champion, followed by Burlington.

This week's schedule

Most of the local teams will be in several different tournaments spanning the state of Colorado.

La Junta will compete in the Florence Invitational on Friday and Saturday.

Swink will be at the Pueblo Centennial Invitational on Saturday,

Rocky Ford will have a pair of dual meets this week. On Thursday, it will host Buena Vista, and on Friday, it will face Cedaredge in a meet at Pueblo Centennial High School's gym. Following their dual meets, the Meloneers will participate in the Alamosa Invitational on Saturday.

Fowler will be in Lamar on Friday for a pair of dual meets against Lamar and Burlington. The Grizzlies will also be at the Pueblo Centennial Invitational on Saturday.

Las Animas will be at the Wiggins Invitational on Saturday, and County Line will be at the Baca County Invitational in Walsh on Saturday. Crowley County will have an open date.