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Head Coach- Todd SandmanCoach Sandman begins his second season at Mountain Range and his 16th year as a high school wrestling coach.He coached at Westminster High School for nine seasons and at Boulder High School for the past five seasons.He wrestled for the University of Southern Colorado where he was a two-time RMAC place winner and national qualifier.Todd is honored to have two former wrestlers on his coaching staff.Both of his assistant coaches competed for him at Westminster High School.
has been selected twice to coach in the Colorado All-State Games (1997 & 2006) and was chosen as the Front Range League
Coach of the Year in 1997.Coach Sandman teaches social studies at MRHS.
Sisneros has served as an assistant wrestling at his Alma matter, Westminster High School
, for three seasons before joining Coach Sandman's
Todd Sandman - Social Studies
Mr. Sandman comes to Mountain Range High School from Boulder High School.Todd he has taught in Adams County District 50 as well as Boulder Valley school districts.Coach Sandman will also be the Head Wrestling Coach for Mountain Range.
I can be reached by email or at 720.972.6355 Daily Schedule
If you are interested in helping ...
If you are interested in helping out by participating on a committee or donating food, please e-mail Coach Todd Sandman or contact him at 720-972-6355. Please e-mail Coach Todd Sandman or contact him at 720-972-6355 for more information about the 2007-08 Mustang wrestling season.
Todd Sandman, head coach Coach Sandman enters his 17th season coaching high school wrestling and his 3rd season at Mountain Range.
wrestled collegiately at the University of Southern Colorado
, now CSU-Pueblo, where he
was a two-time Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference place winner and national qualifier.
was the 1997 Front Range League
Coach of the Year and has been selected twice to coach in the CHSAA All-State Games.
The Daily Camera: Wrestling
"From the get-go we had it tough with some guys over weight, and it looks like some of us indulged too much over the holidays," Boulder head coach Todd Sandman said.
"Hopefully this shook some rust off us and our guys will learn from it and give a good showing at the BVI," Sandman