106 pounds — Vince Cornella, Fr., Monarch: The Peak to Peak freshman was impressive throughout the season — notably at Top of The Rockies — then scored a thrilling overtime win in the state championship match.
113 — Presley Madril, Jr., Broomfield: A two-time Front Range League champion, the Eagles junior placed fifth at state.
120 — Keegan Hoffman, Jr., Legacy: Scored some impressive victories during the season, including at the Rocky Mountain dual tournament. Made it to state after regional runner-up finish.
126 — Oran Huff, Fr. Lyons: Lions frosh put it all together when it mattered the most and earned a spot on the podium in fourth place in Class 2A.
132 — Darren Green, So., Broomfield: A two-time state placer, the Eagles sophomore also won his second regional title in as many years en route to a third place finish at state.
138 — Cole Polluconi, Sr., Monarch: Along with Parker McQuade and Nate Pritchard, laid the groundwork for the future successes of the Coyotes program.
145 — Dakota Key, So., Legacy: The Lightning sophomore had an impressive season, winning a Front Range League title and finishing fourth at state in a tough weight class.
152 — Parker McQuade, Sr., Monarch: Another member of the Coyotes talented trio of seniors. He was a regional champion this year and finished third at state.
160 — Drake Engelking, Jr., Longmont: His state championship seemed long overdue, but it came on the heels of one of the best seasons in recent history for any wrestler in the region.
170 — Aidan Funk, Sr., Legacy: Wrestled his best when it mattered most and, like his older brother Nolan, finished his prep career with a trip to the state finals.
182 — Keegan Bean, Sr., Lyons: Perhaps nobody put in as much work as the Lions' now two-time champ, who became the first multi-time champion at the school since Leister Bowling won his third in 2000.
195 — Bryant Walker, So., Broomfield: Made the most out of his state tournament, finishing fourth in regionals and then landing on the podium in sixth at the Pepsi Center.
220 — Mason Watt, Sr., Broomfield: The BoCoPreps.com Wrestler of the Year finished his prep career with more than 100 pins and an impressive state title.
285 — Jacob Williams, Sr., Silver Creek — Suffered his first loss of the season in the state semifinals, finishing in fourth place overall with a 41-2 record.
Jeremy Ashton, Sr., Mead; Aaron Baugh, Jr., Legacy; Karson Bean, So., Lyons; Brady Borger, Fr., Mead; Hunter Branson, So., Holy Family; Grayden Bridwell, Fr., Skyline; Cade Carter, Sr., Holy Family; Emilio Chavez, So., Mead; Ricky Childers, Jr., Skyline; Michael DeCamillis, Sr., Broomfield; Andrew Edwards, Sr., Holy Family; Brayden Engelking, So., Longmont; Grady Funk, So. , Legacy; Drian Hays, Sr., Legacy; Issaac Hesse, Jr., Skyline; Cole Hoffman, Jr., Frederick; Joey Joiner, So., Legacy; Ryan Kuykendall, Fr., Monarch; Christian Lofton, Sr., Broomfield; Rudy Lopez, Fr., Erie; Kevin Luker, Jr., Legacy; Adam Lynch, So., Legacy; Angel Mata, Sr., Centaurus; Konner Mauck, Jr., Lyons; Luis Miramontes, Sr., Mead; John Nicholas, So., Longmont; Angel Perez, Sr., Skyline; Will Ponder, Jr., Monarch; Nate Pritchard, Sr., Monarch; Victor Rangel, So., Frederick; Preston Renner, Sr., Broomfield; Roman Salaz, So., Mead; Robert Saldi, Sr., Frederick; Andrew Sandoval, Fr., Skyline; Antonio Welch-Soto, So., Broomfield; Brandon Wills, Sr., Legacy; Gio Wilson, So., Longmont; Drew Worthley, Sr., Broomfield; Tyler Young, Jr., Silver Creek.