A humble honoree

Grand Valley's Cody Pfau recognized for wrestling excellence

Grand Valley High School senior Cody Pfau was recognized by Sportswomen of Colorado as one of the state’s outstanding female athletes. Pfau is an accomplished wrestler who in February became the first female to win a first-round match at the high school state wrestling tournament. During her freshman year as a student at Meeker, Pfau and Soroco’s Lauryn Bruggink became the first girls to win a consolation match at state. Grand Valley wrestling coach Rick Gallegos said Pfau, who will wrestle at Oklahoma City University, won more than 90 matches during her high school career.



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Grand Valley High School senior Cody Pfau was recognized by Sportswomen of Colorado as one of the state’s outstanding female athletes. Pfau is an accomplished wrestler who in February became the first female to win a first-round match at the high school state wrestling tournament. During her freshman year as a student at Meeker, Pfau and Soroco’s Lauryn Bruggink became the first girls to win a consolation match at state. Grand Valley wrestling coach Rick Gallegos said Pfau, who will wrestle at Oklahoma City University, won more than 90 matches during her high school career.

Cody Pfau doesn’t understand what all the fuss is about. “I didn’t do anything,” the Grand Valley High School senior said. “I’m just a wrestler.” A…




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