Three local wrestlers win Las Cruces Invite gold

Las Cruces High's Avery Atma has his opponent in a cradle and close to a pin in the 126 pound division.

The Las Cruces Invitational included a girls tournament on Saturday, for the first time in the long history of the event. 

El Paso Eastwood won the girls tournament, which consisted of wrestlers from 26 schools. El Paso Eastwood won the girls team championship, Las Cruces was fourth and Centennial was fifth. 

Las Cruces High’s Alyssa Sedillo placed second at 100 pounds, Chaparral’s Karla Garcia was second at 107 pounds, Mayfield’s Valeria Garcia was second at 126 pounds, Las Cruces High’s  Marissa Cervantes was second at 132 pounds, Centennial’s Moena Loewe was second at 152 pounds and Centennial’s Sophia Morgan was second at 185 pounds. 

The Las Cruces boys finished fourth in the boys team standings with Rio Rancho Cleveland winning the team championship. 

Evelyn Cortez (top) from Mayfield High took on Aubrey Owens from Carlsbad High in the 112 pound division at this year's tournament.

Las Cruces High’s Avery Atma won the 126-pound championship, Centennial’s Tye Barker won the 138-pound bracket, Gadsden’s Tomas Herrera won the 182 pound title. 

Las Cruces High’s Elijah Ogas lost to Silver’s Landon Sandoval in the 152-pound championship match.

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The Las Cruces boys basketball team cruised to the Joe Armijo Classic tournament field over the weekend in Albuquerque. 

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