History was made Thursday evening as the inaugural CHSAA girls wrestling state tournament kicked off at the Southwest Motors Center in Pueblo.
Ten individual state champions were crowned, but it was a trio of individuals who stole the show while winning titles and putting a shiny finish on undefeated seasons. Loveland sophomore Morgan Johnson ended at 17-0 to capture the 100-pound championship, while Pomona freshman Persaeus Gomez was 22-0 to win at 105 and Chatfield junior Savannah Cosme was 20-0 at 127. All were dominant and looked entirely unbeatable as the new standouts of the freshly sanctioned sport.
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