Poudre wrestling blows out Mountain Range on road

Poudre wrestling blows out Mountain Range on road

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Poudre wrestling blows out Mountain Range on road

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Poudre's Jacob Greenwood, shown in a file photo, helped the Impalas to a 64-7 win over Mountain Range in their season opener Wednesday.

Poudre’s Jacob Greenwood, shown in a file photo, helped the Impalas to a 64-7 win over Mountain Range in their season opener Wednesday.

The Poudre High School wrestling team began its season with an emphatic win Wednesday night, defeating Mountain Range 64-7 on the road.

The Impalas won by pin in five weight classes and claimed all but two matchups.

Job Greenwood won the 126-pound class by pin in 1 minute, 23 seconds. Owen Lamb’s pin at 132 was delivered in 1:45, Jacob Greenwood had a pin in 1:23 at 132, Damon Ortiz won 152 by pin in 2:45 and Tyler Lawrence claimed 285 by pin in 5:04.

Poudre also had two wins by major decision from Zack McVicker (106) and Diego Calderon (160).

BOYS BASKETBALL

ROCKY MOUNTAIN 51, FAR NORTHEAST 42 — The Lobos won their opening-round game of the Gojo Sports Tipoff Classic at Fossil Ridge High School behind a game-high 15 points from Daxton Tonn.

Tyler Highland added 10 points, which included hitting two 3-pointers, for Rocky Mountain (1-1).

FORT COLLINS 72, BEAR CREEK 45 — A balanced scoring attack helped lead the Lambkins to a road win to begin the season.

Jacob Pfaffinger led with 18 points, Damien Murillo had 15 and Ryan Oligmueller added 11 for Fort Collins (1-0).

POMONA 60, POUDRE 50 — The Impalas were outscored 20-10 in the fourth quarter in their loss at the tournament at Fossil Ridge.

Mitch Yokem scored a game-high 23 points, but it wasn’t enough for Poudre (0-1) to win its season opener.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

WINDSOR 73, MOUNTAIN VIEW 26 — Amanda Ward put up 34 points for the Wizards (1-0) in their season-opening win at home.

That number ties a Windsor school record.

LIBERTY COMMON 37, NORTHRIDGE 31 — The Eagles kicked off their season with a win on the road.

Hannah Kohl led Liberty Common (1-0) with 14 points, while teammate Halley Miklos added 13.

Follow sports reporter Quentin Sickafoose at twitter.com/QSickafoose.

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