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After already having a strong corps a year ago, Windsor added sophomore 170-pounder Isaiah Salazar (32-1) — who won a 3A title with Eaton last year before transferring — and freshman 120-pounder Vance Vom Baur (36-4). After placing fifth at last year's state tournament, the Wizards look to make a big jump this year, with some notable additions. Junior 145-pounder Andrew Alirez (22-0) is a two-time defending state champion and could ultimately be Weld's first four-time champion. Greeley Central had six regional champions, the most of any Weld squad. Eaton has the potential to place a bulk of its lineup on the podium with top-6 finishes.
Still, there really isn't a wrestler on the Wildcats' squad who doesn't have the potential to place on the podium, making Central a legitimate sleeper.
But, in order for the Vikings to win another team title, they'll likely need at least a couple others to make a run to the podium with top-6 finishes.4.
Valley has a top-heavy lineup, led by a trio of wrestlers with individual state title potential — sophomore 152-pounder Jaziah Whaley (40-0), senior 145-pounder Brandon Damian (33-2) and defending state champ, senior 182-pounder Josh Flanagan (40-2).
Windsor hopes to do more than just merely poke the Hornets nest this weekend.
Pueblo County really hasn't even broken a sweat during the past two state tournaments, winning by margins of 101.5 and 74.5 points.