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36 wrestling teams to vie in Flowing Wells Invitational

Citizen Staff Report

Citizen Staff Report

The winter sports seasons are starting to wind down.

For wrestling, there won’t be a better tournament the rest of the season than this weekend’s 43rd annual Flowing Wells Invitational.

With 36 teams from Arizona, Utah, New Mexico and Texas and eight returning individual champions, this year’s version of the event isn’t likely to disappoint.

Here’s what you need to know:

What: 43rd Flowing Wells Invitational

Where: Flowing Wells High School, 3725 N. Flowing Wells Road

When: Friday (first round 10:30 a.m., quarterfinals 7 p.m.); Saturday (semifinals 10 a.m., finals 6 p.m.)

Admission: Per day, $6 for adults, $5 for high school students with IDs, $3 for junior high students

Who: 36 teams from Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and Utah

Southern Arizona schools: Amphi, Canyon del Oro, Casa Grande, Catalina Foothills, Cienega, Desert View, Flowing Wells, Ironwood Ridge, Mountain View, Pueblo, Rio Rico, Safford, Sahuarita, Santa Cruz, Sunnyside

Other schools: Chandler Basha, Anthem Boulder Creek, Phoenix Brophy Prep, Chandler, Yuma Cibola, Tempe Corona del Sol, Scottsdale Desert Mountain, Phoenix Desert Vista, Chandler Hamilton, Gilbert Highland, Salt Lake City (Utah) Highland, Yuma Kofa, Tempe Marcos de Niza, Phoenix Maryvale, Cottonwood Mingus, El Paso (Texas) Montwood, Phoenix Paradise Valley, Prescott, Mesa Red Mountain, Silver City (N.M.), Socorro (Texas)

Returning champs: Ryak Finch, Safford; Shane McGough, Desert Mountain; Gabriel Miranda, Cibola; Kory DeBerry, Sunnyside; Nathaniel Abril, Safford; Juan Carlos Maynes, Silver City (N.M.); Raymond PiƱa, Sunnyside; Anthony Pike, Sunnyside; Josh Chang, Mingus

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