Nobody is going to concede anything to Cory Geyer at the Class 4A wrestling tournament.
That’s just the way Geyer wants it.
Geyer, the top wrestler for the Los Alamos Hilltoppers’ program for the past two seasons, will be one of the guys to beat in the 152-pound bracket at this weekend’s state championship. Geyer is projected to be a top-four seed heading in, but will be tested in what has been one of the toughest weight classes in the state in recent years.
This year appears to be no exception with 10 of the 24 wrestlers entered have lost 10 bouts or less.