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Herb Stinson

Wrestling Head Coach

Bayfield High School

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Bayfield High School

24 S. Clover

Bayfield, Colorado,81122

United States

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The Pepsi Centers enormous size staggered former Bayfield High School wrestling head coach Herb Stinson the first time he brought a group to Denver for the state tournament in 2000.
He sent his wrestlers down to the group of 10 mats to warm up, and they just stood in the middle and looked up. They were shocked, Stinson said. Ive always considered it a blue-collar class sport, Stinson said.


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AZTEC - Herb Stinson has been eager to recognize prominent Aztec High School graduates since seeing Farmington High School's Hall of Honor near the school gym.
It's overdue," said Stinson, Aztec High football team's defensive coordinator. "We have an old and good school system in Aztec, and we have people who have contributed to society. I'm thankful we were able to spearhead this and get it rolling." The inductees took to the field at the beginning of halftime. As the crowd cheered, Stinson and Aztec Municipal School District Superintendent Kirk Carpenter presented them with plaques. Stinson was unable to start the Hall of Honor in the mid-1990s. But after 12 years as wrestling coach at Bayfield High School in Bayfield, Colo., he returned to Aztec High last year. And he was eager to try again to start the hall. The school district's board approved the project late last year, and Stinson organized a committee that met for the first time in January.


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This is the top high school tournament in the nation for high school seniors, said Bayfield wrestling coach Herb Stinson, who accompanied Velasquez to Virginia for the three-day national championships.
This is a showcase for college coaches, Stinson said. That placed Aaron seventh and made him an All-American, Stinson said of the Bayfield wrestler who was 67-2 with two state titles in his final two prep seasons. This tournament is really tough, Stinson said. There are four-time state champions here who didnt even place. Stinson said the national exposure for Velasquez was invaluable. The BHS wrestler, the son of Gus and Tina Velasquez, is considering a number of recruiting offers from NCAA Division I to Division II to NAIA to junior college, Stinson said. Hell have to sit down with his family and start to make some decisions in the next couple weeks, Stinson said of Velasquezs college options. This is the top high school tournament in the nation for high school seniors, said Bayfield High School wrestling coach Herb Stinson, who accompanied his two-time state champion and All-American Aaron Velasquez to Virginia for the three-day national championships. This is the top high school tournament in the nation for high school seniors, said Bayfield High School wrestling coach Herb Stinson, who accompanied his two-time state champion and All-American Aaron Velasquez to Virginia for the three-day national championships.


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Aaron has a drive that I havent seen around here since Jordan Larsen or Loren Morrison, said Bayfield head coach Herb Stinson, referencing a couple of former BHS state champions.
But Aaron has more athletic talent than any of the others, Stinson said. Weve had to temper his emotions, as you know, Stinson said of Velasquez, who is being recruited by a number of colleges from the junior college ranks to NCAA Division II and Division I. Now, hell have opportunities (in college), said Stinson, who is in his 42nd and final season as a high school coach. Weve had to temper his emotions, as you know, Bayfield High School wrestling coach Herb Stinson said of Aaron Velasquez, who laughed his way back to the state tournament in Denver this year. Weve had to temper his emotions, as you know, Bayfield High School wrestling coach Herb Stinson said of Aaron Velasquez, who laughed his way back to the state tournament in Denver this year.


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Bayfield beats Monte Vista to send Stinson out a dual winner
Herb Stinson watched the Wolverines roll up the wrestling mats after the final dual of the season Thursday night in the BHS gym. Youve got to help each other, Stinson barked for the umpteenth time, prompting a pair of Bayfield heavyweights to lend a hand to a pair of lightweights at the other end of the unwieldy purple mat. We ... should have won a couple more matches, but it was good, said Stinson, ever the coach even after the final dual of his 42-year high school coaching career. Drake (Rhodes) looked good, I thought, Stinson said of Bayfields 120-pounder. Stinson said with the crucial Class 3A regionals coming up next weekend at Dolores Huerta Preparatory School in Pueblo. I thought that was a good battle with Aaron (Velasquez) and that Vance kid, Stinson said of the 160-pound bout between Velasquez and Austin Vance of Monte Vista. Coach (Stinson) told me I would have a 6-minute war coming up, and it turned out to be just that, Roberts said. Stinson and his wife Terry also were honored along with Stinsons parents Howard and Joan Stinson who were on hand for the coachs farewell dual. Bayfields Jon Roberts controlled Nick Maes to win a 10-5 decision at the BHS gym. (BHS head coach Herb Stinson) told me I would have a 6-minute war coming up, and it turned out to be just that, Roberts said. Bayfields Jon Roberts controlled Nick Maes to win a 10-5 decision at the BHS gym. (BHS head coach Herb Stinson) told me I would have a 6-minute war coming up, and it turned out to be just that, Roberts said. Drake Rhodes of Bayfield pinned Kyler Lobato of Monte Vista at 1:43 of their 120-pound match Thursday night, sending longtime head coach Herb Stinson out a 45-30 winner over Monte Vista in the final dual of Stinsons career. Drake Rhodes of Bayfield pinned Kyler Lobato of Monte Vista at 1:43 of their 120-pound match Thursday night, sending longtime head coach Herb Stinson out a 45-30 winner over Monte Vista in the final dual of Stinsons career.


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