Steamboat Springs wrestlers compete in Summit |

Steamboat Springs wrestlers compete in Summit

Steamboat Springs High School wrestler Kaleb Young takes Summit wrestler Milton Roque to the floor during a home tri match at Summit High School on Tuesday, Dec. 7.
Jason Connolly/For Summit Daily News

BRECKENRIDGE — The Steamboat Springs High School wrestling team traveled to Summit on Tuesday to take on Eagle Valley, as well as the host team in a triangular.

The Sailors lost a close dual to Eagle Valley 27-24 before falling 45-30 to Summit.

Kaleb Young had a great evening, winning both his matches. His first was a narrow 13-12 decision and his second a grueling three-round match decided by pin in 4 minutes, 52 seconds.

Finn Rodgers also earned two wins, the first via a 10-7 decision and the second by pin in 3:13. Sailor Cole Muhme went 1-1, falling in his match against an Eagle Valley opponent 5-3. Later, he won quickly over a Summit wrestler with a pin in 1:31.

Eagle Valley 27, Steamboat Springs 24

113: Kaleb Young, SS, dec. Logan Haffele, EV, 13-12

120: Logan Aoki, EV, fall Aslan Armstrong, SS, 1:47

126: Robert Cole Good, EV, Cole Muhme, SS, 5-3

145: Finn Rodgers, SS, dec. Brody Nielsen, EV, 10-7

195: William Geiman, EV, fall Eli Moon, SS, 3:08

Summit 45, Steamboat Springs 30

113: Kaleb Young, SS, fall Milton Roque, S, 4:52

120: Ethan Sicat, S, fall Aslan Armstrong, 1:06

126: Cole Muhme, SS, fall Koby Miller, S, 1:31

132: PJ Trujillo, S, fall Jace Rabesa, SS, 0:26

138: Finn Rodgers, SS, fall Ronen Marsteller, S, 3:13

138: Aiden Collins, S, dec. Aiden George, SS, 9-2

145: Cam Fox, S, fall Caden Moore, SS, 1:45

Support Local Journalism

Support Local Journalism

Readers around Steamboat and Routt County make the Steamboat Pilot & Today’s work possible. Your financial contribution supports our efforts to deliver quality, locally relevant journalism.

Now more than ever, your support is critical to help us keep our community informed about the evolving coronavirus pandemic and the impact it is having locally. Every contribution, however large or small, will make a difference.

Each donation will be used exclusively for the development and creation of increased news coverage.