The Windsor High School wrestling team dominated the mat Thursday, beating rival Roosevelt 65-6.
The Wizards won 12 of 14 bouts, falling in the 170-pound and 113-pound wight classes. The most decisive victories for Windsor came from Gage Trusty (152), Nathan Bryant (182), Josh Grasmick (195), Will Vombaur (106) and Sam Zdenek (126), who were all able to pin their opponents for six points apiece. 24 of Windsor’s points were scored via forfeits.
Thursday was the final regular-season dual for the Wizards. They’ll compete in the Class 4A regional meet Feb. 12.
FORT COLLINS 63, DOUGLAS COUNTY 50 — The Lambkins held strong on the road Thursday to knock off the Huskies, coached by former Denver Nuggets guard Earl Boykins.
Fort Collins (12-6, 5-2 FRL) got a huge lift from junior guard Jacob Pfaffinger, who scored 23 points on 9 of 13 shooting to compliment his six rebounds, two assists and two steals. Iseri Palacio chipped in with 15 points, five assists and five rebounds while Brian Reed scored 13 with four boards. The Lambkins shot 54 percent from the field and have won four straight games.
WINDSOR 68, ERIE 57 — The Wizards won their ninth consecutive game Thursday, fending off a feisty group of Tigers on the road.
Four Windsor players scored in double figures, led by senior Michael Scheid’s 16 points. Noah Baldwin scored 15 points, Colton McLean had 14 and Jimmy Mitchell added 13. Erie (1-17, 0-9 Tri-Valley) had a strong fourth quarter, outscoring Windsor 20-13, but it wasn’t enough for it to threaten a full comeback.
Windsor (14-4, 9-0) has a one-game lead in the conference standings over Holy Family (12-5, 8-1). The Wizards beat Holy Family earlier this season at home and will have one more meeting this season on Feb. 19 in Broomfield.
FORT COLLINS 52, BOULDER 37 — The Lambkins jumped out to a 16-8 lead in the first quarter and didn’t look back, ending a two-game losing streak.
Karson Maitland, a junior, paced Fort Collins (9-9, 3-4 FRL) with a double-double, scoring 15 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. Sophomores Grace Sluss and Delsie Johnson chipped in nine points apiece.