Wray has dominated wrestling in the Lower Platte Activities Association, and most of 2A, for the past few years, but Yuma still was able to get two wrestlers named to the All-LPAA team by the league coaches.
Senior Braden Smith was named to the All-LPAA team at 132 pounds, and senior Blaze Brophy earned the honor at 138. Wray had seven of the 14 selections.
Smith missed much of his senior season to injury, but returned in time to pick up some big wins, then earned the 132-pound regional title, advancing to state where he won one match and placed sixth.
Brophy had a strong senior season, but placed third at regional, thus missing the reduced-sized tournament field of eight wrestlers per weight. However, he was the 2A runner-up as a junior, and advanced to state his first three years of high school.
106, Beau Clouse, Merino; 113, Marco Martinez, Sedgwick County/Fleming; 120, Brady Collins, Wray; 128, Chase Buoy, Wray; 132, Braden Smith, Yuma; 138, Blaze Brophy, Yuma; 145, Reid Brown, Wray; 152, Tyler Collins, Wray; 160, Caeden Bauer, Wray; 170, Payton Wade, Wray; 182, Trent Elliot, Merino; 195, Fabian Lopez, Sedgwick County/Fleming; 220, Harrison Wade, Wray; 285, Laith Ibrahim, Wiggins.