Hannigan wins first crown for ‘Dogs in 10 years

Palisade’s Dalton Hannigan, back, gets ready to throw Cheyenne Mountain’s Bobby Amond during Saturday’s Class 4A 126-pound championship match at the Pepsi Center. Hannigan won 12-4 to win the first state title for the Bulldogs since Travis Bounds in 2003.



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Palisade’s Dalton Hannigan, back, gets ready to throw Cheyenne Mountain’s Bobby Amond during Saturday’s Class 4A 126-pound championship match at the Pepsi Center. Hannigan won 12-4 to win the first state title for the Bulldogs since Travis Bounds in 2003.

DENVER — For the first time in a decade, a member of Palisade High School’s wrestling team is coming back to the Western Slope with a state championship. Junior Dalton Hannigan…




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