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Boys 14-6A Districts: Lake Travis claims team title, Dripping Springs & Lake Travis with 6 Champs

The Lake Travis Cavaliers won the team title at the District 14-6A tournament on February 1st. They boasted ten finalists, producing six individual champions. Jonah Arellano and Brett Burgess stand out for the Cavs, both wrestlers pinning their way through the tournament. Dripping Springs matches Lake Travis with six of their own champions to make them runner-ups. These two teams have plenty of top contenders for the region tournament next week and state the following.


  • Champions – Lake Travis – 269.5 points
  • Runner-Up – Dripping Springs – 243 points
  • 3rd – Bowie – 180 points
  • 4th – Westlake – 139 points

Below is a breakdown of each weight.


Quick and easy for the champion here, #3 Jackson Shipley of Dripping Springs. Shipley collects three first-period pins to become champion. He will be the favorite at this weight going into the region tournament.

  • 1st Place – #3 Jackson Shipley of Dripping Springs
  • 2nd Place – #12 Braiden Bartlett of Austin Lake Travis
  • 3rd Place – William Wray of San Marcos
  • 4th Place – Isaiah Richardson of Austin Bowie


No ranked wrestlers entering this weight class. Pedro Gutierrez of Pflugerville Weiss is victorious after two pins and a 9-8 victory in the finals over Bundage of San Marcos.

  • 1st Place – Pedro Gutierrez of Pflugerville Weiss
  • 2nd Place – Marcus Bundage of San Marcos
  • 3rd Place – Joseph Austin of Dripping Springs
  • 4th Place – Cooper Davis of Austin Lake Travis


The first of Lake Travis’s champions was crowned here when #10 Jonah Arellano pinned #18 Piere in the second period. That pin in the finals was the third Arellano accumulated in the tournament.

  • 1st Place – #10 Jonah Arellano of Austin Lake Travis
  • 2nd Place – #18 Yahya Piere of Austin Akins
  • 3rd Place – #19 Tucker Lundin of Dripping Springs
  • 4th Place – Samuel Khabbaz of Pflugerville Weiss


#14 Cole Sides from Dripping Springs is victorious here at 126. Sides also pinned all three of his opponents and is ready for tougher competition at the region tournament.

  • 1st Place – #14 Cole Sides of Dripping Springs
  • 2nd Place – Dominic Zemo of Austin Westlake
  • 3rd Place – William Rasmussen of Austin Lake Travis
  • 4th Place – Mateo Figari of Austin


A 17-4 major decision made Hagen Shipley the champion at this weight class. A state placer a few years ago, Shipley is looking for gold at regions next week.

  • 1st Place – #12 Hagen Shipley of Dripping Springs
  • 2nd Place – Refugio Salgado of Buda Johnson
  • 3rd Place – Nico Maurici of Austin Westlake
  • 4th Place – Garrett Ellis of Austin Lake Travis


Another champion from Dripping Springs at 138, Unranked Abel Silverman gets the job done. He avenges a loss from a few weeks ago in the finals against Murray of Lake Travis by third-period pin.

  • 1st Place – Abel Silverman of Dripping Springs
  • 2nd Place – Luke Murray of Austin Lake Travis
  • 3rd Place – Travis Rodriguez of San Marcos
  • 4th Place – Ivan Inovejas of Austin Bowie


#10 Brett Burgess from Lake Travis wins gold here with all pins and scoring fourteen takedowns in his three matches.

  • 1st Place – #10 Brett Burgess of Austin Lake Travis
  • 2nd Place – Raul Moreno-Flores of Austin Bowie
  • 3rd Place – Milad Khezrefaridi of Dripping Springs
  • 4th Place – Axavier Lara of San Marcos


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