Southeast wrestlers third at Dogger Invite


LINGLE – Southeast High School saw four of its wrestlers reach the championship match of their respective weight classes Saturday at the Dogger Invite in Lingle.

As a team, all seven Cyclone wrestlers placed, finishing no worse than fourth.

Kaden Brothwell (106 pounds), Brady Tosh (195) and Will Baker (285) each picked up first-place medals.

Brothwell went 3-0 with three pins. He capped off his day with a fall over Lingle-Fort Laramie’s Joel Costello.

In the upper weight classes, Tosh also scored three falls en route to the 195-pound title. He defeated Jessy Valentine of L-FL before knocking off a pair of Kelly Walsh wrestlers to claim the championship.

At 285, Baker also pinned his way to the heavyweight championship, defeating Kelly Walsh and a pair of Cheyenne Central wrestlers.

In the 126-pound bracket, Ryan Clapper reached the title bout, only to fall by a 9-0 major decision to Bryson Vasquez of Cheyenne East JV.

Greg Logsdon and Tate Carson also ended the day with wins for the Cyclones, placing third.

Logsdon ended the day 4-1, only falling in the semifinal round.

After the loss, he got a pin in the consolation semifinal to advance to the third-place bout where he defeated Abram Perales of Scottsbluff, Neb. by rule.

Carson also finished Saturday 4-1, defeating Dominic Lopez of Cheyenne East JV by rule in the third-place match.

At 106, Grant Logsdon finished fourth, falling to Lingle-Fort Laramie’s Jaden Houk by pin. He ended the day with a 2-2 record.

As a team, the Cyclones finished third with 140 points.

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