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The Dumas Youth Wrestling Club participated in the prestigious Panhandle Nationals tournament held at the Amarillo Civic Center on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 29-30. This tournament is billed as “The Home of the Belt” because first place finishers in all weights and all divisions receive a belt similar to the professional wrestling belt.

A total of 785 wrestlers from Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Kansas, Colorado and Louisiana participated in the tournament. The Dumas club entered 33 wrestlers, placed 18 in the top six places and placed sixth in team standings for the 123 teams who participated.

Tot Division (5 and under)

First Place:        

41 lbs. – Xadrian Armendariz

Second Place:     

35 lbs. – Liam Loya   

48 lbs. – Josiah Guzman

Third Place:        

35 lbs. – Easton Moreland

44 lbs. – Ayzen Chairez

Fourth Place:        

48 lbs. – Madden Reyes  

Fifth Place:        

38 lbs. – Ethan Juarez

Sixth Place:        

38 lbs. – Kase Lanners

48 lbs. – Caleb Hays

52 lbs. – Stark Boyd

Division I  (7 and under)

First Place:          

60 lbs. – Abram Loya   

Fourth Place:         

42 lbs. – Mason Campos

50 lbs. – Ethan Campos

Division II (9 and under)

Third Place:           

Heavyweight – Jonathon Falcom

Fifth Place:        

75 lbs. – Mason Zubia

Sixth Place:        

58 lbs. – Angel Estrada

Division IV (13 and under)

Sixth Place:          

120 lbs. – Moses Murilloz

Girls 4

Third Place:        

105 lbs. – Serese Guillan

Also wrestling in the tournament were Draven Sandoval, Serriaha Guillen, David Bedoy, Mason Erlenbach, Liam West, Julio Chavira, Jonathan Campos, Jace Loya, Izaac Aguinaga, Ayden Aguinaga, Ethan Rodriguez, Brady Granger, Ian Thomas, and Gage Lanners.

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