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Wildcats take title at Bulldog Grappler

Las Vegas had champions at five weight classes Saturday en route to taking first place in the Bulldog Grappler invitational at Centennial.

The Wildcats’ De’Armon Hall won the title at 112 pounds. Roman Garcia (160), David Prieto (189), Trey McElhaney (215) and Madison Hales (285) also won flights for the Wildcats. Hales improved to 28-0 with his win by pin in the final.

Las Vegas, which also had four second-place finishers, had a team score of 177. Moffat County (Colo.) took second in the 12-team field with 121. Basic was third at 91.

Liberty’s Michael Reveles won the 135-pound title.

Basic’s Daniel Maman was first at 145 pounds.

Mojave’s Josh Cabrera was the winner at 152 pounds.

Pahrump Valley’s Zach Weldon took the 171-pound class.

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