Loveland’s two finalists are no surprise, with Jordan Henrickson making it at 145 and Sam Kreimier following at 152. Henrickson is undefeated and has been ranked No. 1 all year, and Kreimier established himself as a favorite by knocking off defending state champ Jesse Carlson of Legacy at regionals last week.
Thompson Valley’s Cameron McCrimmon made the final match at 182 in 4A, proving his bout with mono was just a momentary blip. Also in 4A, Jace Lopez of Roosevelt will have a tough draw with Phil Downing of Broomfield, a defending state champ.
Berthoud also has a finalist, with Cory Ellis going after the 182 3A crown against Eaton’s Jaden Olearnick, a foe he’d like to turn the tables on after losing to him in the regional finals last week.
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