Last weekend, 28 wrestlers from Grantsville, Stansbury and Tooele high schools earned spots in this weekend’s Class 3A and 4A state wrestling tournaments.
Stansbury’s Anthony Herrera will go into the tournament as a No. 1 seed in the 138-pound division at the UCCU Center at Utah Valley University, hoping to add another state title to Stansbury’s wrestling history. Returning 145-pound state champion Logan Gustafson will be working to make his way back to the championship match. Dylian Moore will also return as a state finalist, competing in the 113-pound weight class.
Grantsville wrestlers accounted for 14 of the 28 Tooele County wrestlers whoe qualified for state The Cowboys were led by junior Koby Johnson, who took second at 160 pounds. Thomas Coates placed third at 113 pounds and Brayden Adams was fourth at 138.
Three wrestlers from Tooele High will compete at the state tournament this weekend. Tooele travelled to Dixie High to wrestle its way into qualifying for the state tournament. Representing the Buffs are Wyatt Chaplin, who finished second at 138 pounds; Carter Grgich, who was fifth at 170; D’Warren Robinson, who was seventh at 145; and Patrick Si’i Iongi, who finished eighth at 220.