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    BEARS BRING HOME THREE TITLES FROM 36TH ANNUAL COWBOY OPEN

    LARAMIE, Wyo. - At the 36th annual Cowboy Open, the Northern Colorado wrestling team came away with three first-place medals as well as one second-place.

    Junior 125-pounder Tony Mustari successfully defended his title in the elite division, winning all three bouts. In three seasons, Mustari has one third-place finish and two titles in the Cowboy Open. Mustari won two decisions in the opening rounds and then won in overtime in the title match, defeating Wyoming's Michael Martinez 5-3.

    True freshman Mitchell Polkowske posted a perfect 5-0 record in the amateur division at 149 pounds, while redshirt freshman Tanner Weiks also went 5-0 at 157 pounds. Polkowske was dominant in his division, winning his first two bouts by technical fall and his final three by major decisions, including a 17-5 victory over Jesse Snider of Colorado School of Mines in the first-place match. Weiks had one major decision and four decisions, including a double overtime victory in the quarterfinals to keep his title hopes alive. In the finals, Weiks won a 4-3 decision over Michael Hader, wrestling unattached.

    Redshirt freshman Brandon Kammerzell posted a 3-1 record on the day to finish second in the amateur division at 174 pounds. He won two decisions and one major decision before falling 8-2 to Western Wyoming's Johnny Ortega in the finals.

    Freshmen Zach Maes and Lance Gallegos also had good days in the amateur division. Maes went 5-2 at 125 pounds getting two pins and two major decision wins, while Gallegos had a record of 4-2 falling in the consolation semifinals. He also had two pins on the day.

    Cooper Hayes, Daniel Prater, Rocco DePaolo, Ryan Johnson and Patrick Carey all posted even records of 2-2 in the elite division at their respective weight classes.

    The Bears host the annual Old Chicago's Northern Colorado Open next Sunday in Butler-Hancock.
    RIP Jacob Schlottke; KR1963 and rpayton




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    I saw that their good 141 pounder (can't think of his name; the "Judo guy")was listed on their roster, but hasn't shown up yet in the lineup. Did he graduate, or was he wrongfully listed in the lineup?
    UNI Panthers...Because it's just right.

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    Hashimoto is injured
    RIP Jacob Schlottke; KR1963 and rpayton




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