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Old 07-21-2014
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Cadet Greco finals

88 - Trey Keeley wins, 12-8 over Patrick McKee, Minnesota

With a pushout, a takedown and two gut-wrenches, Keeley led 7-0 late in the first period, and led 7-2 at the break. But in the second, after Keeley scored on a pushout for an 8-2 lead, McKee got a takedown and a gut wrench to make it 8-6, and just missed scoring a tying one.

McKee almost scored the tying takedown with 30 seconds left, but Keeley stayed square and responded with a head-and-arm arch for a rethrow for four points, clinching the win.
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94 - Nicolas Aguilar of California, who won it, beat Ogunsanya 2-1 in the semifinals. Aguilar is huge. It looked like a 100-pounder against a 94-pounder.

100 - this was a back-and-forth match. Roman Bravo-Young of Arizona was up 4-0 at the break, but Dominic LaJoie of Michigan made it 4-3 with a takedown and a gut that was close to a two-pointer. But Bravo-Young, who had two passivities, hit him with a headlock and pinned him.

106 - Ian Timmins of Nevada trailed Drew West of Iowa 5-0, then scored the next 13 points, with two throws thrown in. He countered a West throw attempt to his back for a second-period pin.

Gomez is next.
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113 - Gomez scores final 10 points, wins 18-8

Bryce West, Drew's twin brother, is even bigger than Freeman was. Gomez had to rely on his explosiveness to win this one.

Gomez fell behind 4-0, and almost got pinned, before tying it with a takedown and gut wrench. West recaptured the lead, 6-4, before Gomez threw him in the last two seconds of the period for a 8-6 lead at the break.

A pushout and a passivity-and-one tied the score at 8-8 in the second period before Gomez scored a takedown, gut wrench, throw and takedown for his 10-point run and his second Cadet National Greco title.

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120 - Coltan Williams of Texas got ahead 4-0 early and beat Wilson Smith of North Carolina, 8-5. Time for an awards break.
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Quite a match at 132. Jake Allar of Minnesota got thrown three times and trailed, 12-7, when he caught Jaron Chavez of Idaho with a headlock and scored a pin. Jaden Enriquez of California won at 126.
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145 - Gruszka gets pinned

Gruszka started out with a takedown and a gut for a 4-0 lead, but Matthew Park of Idaho pinned him with a headlock in the first period. Ethan Karsten of Missouri won 8-3 at 138.

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First-period technical falls at 152 and 160.

Riley Jaramillo of Oregon won 11-0 in a match that featured a back-arch throw from a front headlock.

Owen Webster of Minnesota needed just 90 seconds to win 10-0.

The big one at 170 after an awards break.
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Well...it was no contest.

Bey was giving up some thickness to a wrestler who was a 170-pounder during the season. But he also got out-scrambled.

The first scramble between the two ended with Breske getting a four-pointer on the edge. That's the way it stood at the break.

A takedown, another four-pointer off a scramble and a gut-wrench ended it at 10-0 in the second.

Breske is the OW, hands down.
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Back-and-forth match at 182. Cooper Moore of Minnesota survived getting thrown for four in the second period, coming back with a counter throw and pushout for a 6-5 victory over Wyatt Koelling of Utah.

Matt Stencel of Ohio hit Wyatt Harden of Michigan with a headlock right off the whistle and finished it in 58 seconds at 195.

Stallings is next.
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Stallings gets rolled through, pinned

Allen Stallings took a 4-0 lead on an early headlock, but Brandon Metz of North Dakota rolled through another throw and caught Stallings on his back for a pin at 5:25.

Metz countered with two roll-throughs, the first off of the Stallings headlock, for a 4-3 Stallings lead at the break.

Stallings got put down in the second period, but fought off Metz, who tried to go reverse. On the next throw attempt, Stallings was out when he hit the mat, with Metz scoring the pin.

Metz is from West Fargo, just across the line. He had 14 losses this year at 285.
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