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Shadow Ridge second at Las Vegas Holiday Classic

Marc Williams and Noah Gallardo each won individual titles on Saturday to lead Shadow Ridge to a second-place team finish at the Las Vegas Holiday Classic at South Point.

Williams defeated Cimarron-Memorial’s Matthew Rodgers 5-0 to claim the 160-pound championship.

Gallardo was the champion at 182, defeating Las Vegas High’s Caleb Roach, 5-1.

Triston Curtis was second at 126 for the Mustangs.

Liberty (Arizona) took the team title with 234½ points. Shadow Ridge was second with 212½.

SLAM Academy’s Kasius Graham was the other local champion. He defeated Foothill’s Robert Silva 6-3 at 113.

SLAM Academy’s Anthony Aniciete (120), Liberty’s Kenny Marzola (138), Cimarron’s Amado Castellon (145) and Durango’s Frankie Pelton (195) also had second-place finishes.

Team scores

Liberty (Ariz.) 234½, Shadow Ridge 212½, Aztec (N.M.) 200½, Curtis (Wash.) 184, Jenks (Okla.) 174, Rowland (Calif.) 155, Cimarron-Memorial 151, Juab (Utah) 148½, Altus (Okla.) 146, Cajon (Calif.) 146, Yorba Linda (Calif.) 133, Williams Field (Ariz.) 115, Olympian (Calif.) 107½, Cedar (Utah) 104½, Foothill 97, Basha (Ariz.) 93½, SLAM Academy 91½, Spring Valley 82, Las Vegas 80, Beaver (Utah) 77, Blaine (Wash.) 77

Liberty 72½, Mojave 61½, Camarillo (Calif.) 60, Imperial (Calif.) 59, Durango 55, Basic 53, Holtville (Calif.) 52, Coronado 51, Valley 50, SLAM Academy JV 49½, Chaparral 49, Silverado 49, Ayala (Calif.) 47, Shadow Ridge JV 47, Granite Hills (Calif.) 46½, Desert Pines 45, Western 44, Santa Maria (Calif.) 43, Rancho 42

Faith Lutheran 39, Curtis (Wash.) JV 36, Milford (Utah) 36, Carlsbad (Calif.) 34, Chino (Calif.) 31½, Yorba Linda (Calif.) JV 29½, Palo Verde 28, Sierra Vista 28, Blaine (Wash.) JV 27, Liberty (Ariz.) JV 24, Olympian (Calif.) JV 23, Cimarron-Memorial JV 22, Granite Hills (Calif.) JV 18, Clark 15, Casa Grande (Ariz.) 13, Cheyenne 13, Williams Field (Ariz.) JV 7, Santa Maria (Calif.) JV 6, Legacy 4

Championship matches

106–Ortiz, YL, d. Guillermo-Pagaduan, CAJ, 6-1. 113–Graham, SLAM, d. Silva, FOOT, 6-3. 120–Rojo, ROWL, d. Aniciete, SLAM, 7-6. 126–Yacapin, CURT, p. Curtis, SR, 1:28. 132–Ramirez, ROWL, p. Correa, LIBAZ, 3:15. 138–Candelaria, AZT, d. Marzola, LIB, 10-7. 145–Wheeler, CURT, d. Castellon, CIM, 16-8. 152–St. Germain, CURT, p. Stonebraker, LIBAZ, 5:46. 160–Williams, SR, d. Rodgers, CIM, 5-0. 170–Stevenson, LIBAZ, d. Brionez, ALTUS, 10-6. 182–Gallardo, SR, d. Roach, LV, 5-1. 195–Mangelson, JUAB, p. Pelton, DUR, 1:45. 220–Ellis, CED, p. Varzeas, AZT, 1:28. 285–Avila, ROWL, p. Orr, JENK, 5:18.

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