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PHOTOS: Final day of CHSAA State Wrestling Tournament

DENVER — Two Steamboat Springs High School seniors in Spencer Mader and John Slowey, as well a Soroco High School junior Kody Logan, competed at the Pepsi Center Saturday, Feb. 22, fighting for a spot on the podium. That same night, Hayden High School senior Hunter Planansky battled familiar foe Colby Clatterbaugh for a chance at the 182-pound state title.

Soroco High School junior Kody Logan is taken down by Hector Flores during the Colorado High School Activities Association, CHSAA, State Wrestling Tournament at the Pepsi Center on Saturday, Feb. 22.
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Steamboat Springs High School senior John Slowey puts his body weight over Gauge Lockhart of Delta.
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Hayden senior Hunter Planansky participates in the parade of champions ahead of his 182-pound championship match against Colby Clatterbaugh of Meeker.
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Steamboat Springs High School senior Spencer Mader tips Valley’s Noah Damian on his back.
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Logan and John Mall wrestler Anthony Aldretti battle for fifth place.
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Hayden senior Hunter Planansky won the 182-pound state championship at the Pepsi Center on Saturday, Feb. 22.
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Slowey spins around Eaton wrestler Logan Bean in the 195-pound fifth-place match during the CHSAA State Wrestling Tournament at the Pepsi Center on Saturday, Feb. 22.
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Mader gets in the top position in the 132-pound fifth-place match against Colton Williams.
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Aldretti throws Logan to the ground.
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Hayden senior Hunter Planansky drops Meeker junior Colby Clatterbaugh during the 182-pound championship.
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Slowey hugs head coach Jordan Bonifas after earning fifth at the CHSAA State Wrestling Tournament.
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Mader stares down Noah Damian during a consolation semifinal.
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Slowey hugs supporters in the stands after winning the fifth-place match at the CHSAA State Wrestling Tournament.
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Hayden senior Hunter Planansky hugs his head coach and father, Nick, after winning the 182-pound state championship on Saturday, Feb. 22.
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