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The bulk of the 16U Menís Freestyle Nationals is held on Sunday, as both the finalist pairings and the All-American wrestlers will be determined. At this point, the top four states in terms of athletes who remain on the championship side of the bracket are Ohio (13), Minnesota and Pennsylvania (12) and Wisconsin (9). Four returning champions are still on the winnerís side of the bracket: Jordan Williams of Oklahoma (120). Nicolar Rivera of Wisconsin (120), Tate Picklo of Oklahoma (172) and Hayden Copass of Illinois (285).

16U menís freestyle quarterfinal pairings

88
Kolby Warren (Missouri) vs. Alan Koehler (Minnesota)
Hunter Taylor (Kansas) vs. Benjamin Bast (Wisconsin)
Braden Tatum (Kansas) vs. Braeden Davis (Michigan)
Caleb Thoennes (Minnesota) vs. Cael Alderman (Kansas)

94
Tristan Stafford (Arkansas) vs. Dillon Campbell (Ohio)
Drew Heethuis (Michigan) vs. Codie Cuerbo (Ohio)
Cael Hughes (Oklahoma) vs. Coleman Nogle (Maryland)
Jaden Pepe (Pennsylvania) vs. Paul Kelly (Arizona)

100
Kai Owen (Florida) vs. Koy Buesgens (Minnesota)
Jore Volk (Minnesota) vs. Kannon Webster (Illinois)
Quintin Wolbert (Wisconsin) vs. Christian Forbes (Oklahoma)
Caden Horwath (Michigan) vs. Reid Nelson (Minnesota)

106
Jacob Van dee (Pennsylvania) vs. Mitchell Neiner (Washington)
Carter Mccallister (Missouri) vs. Alec Hunter (Wisconsin)
Sean Seefeldt (Ohio) vs. Pablo Castro (Ohio)
Evan Tallmadge (New Jersey) vs. Greyson Clark (Wisconsin)

113
Wilfried Tanefeu (North Dakota) vs. Brennen Cernus (Ohio)
Brady Hankin (Colorado) vs. Nash Singleton (Oregon)
Levi Haines (Pennsylvania) vs. Kenneth Crosby (Colorado)
Brock Bobzien (California) vs. Gabe Whisenhunt (Oregon)

120
Nicolar Rivera (Wisconsin) vs. Hunter Garvin (Iowa)
Zeke Seltzer (Indiana) vs. Jacob Mann (Missouri)
Zachary Espalin (Arizona) vs. Brennan Van hoecke (Florida)
Rocco Welsh (Pennsylvania) vs. Jordan Williams (Oklahoma)

126
Ismael Ayoub (Ohio) vs. Derrick Cardinal (Minnesota)
Nic Bouzakis (Florida) vs. Francisco Ayala (Washington)
Kyren Butler (Ohio) vs. Eli Rocha (Missouri)
Ramon Ramos (Arizona) vs. Chase Deblaere (Minnesota)

132
Daniel Cardenas (Colorado) vs. Michael Kilic (Georgia)
Nathan Burnett (Ohio) vs. Mitchell Mesenbrink (Wisconsin)
Antrell Taylor (Nebraska) vs. Matthew Bianchi (Wisconsin)
Kyler Lake (California) vs. Jack Crook (Florida)
138
Cody Chittum (Tennessee) vs. Jake Jones (Pennsylvania)
Jared Keslar (Pennsylvania) vs. Nicholas Vafiadis (Virginia)
Joshua Barr (Michigan) vs. Nick Hamilton (Iowa)
Preston Owens (Idaho) vs. John Wiley (Oklahoma)

145
Dean Hamiti jr (Illinois) vs. Erik Gibson (Pennsylvania)
Cj Hamblin (Washington) vs. Gavin Brown (Ohio)
Cael Berg (Minnesota) vs. Liam Gordon (Virginia)
Adam Thebeau (Illinois) vs. Matthew Singleton (Georgia)

152
Manuel Rojas (Michigan) vs. Nick Sanko (New York)
Hunter Lyden (Minnesota) vs. Jared Simma (Kansas)
Stoney Buell (Michigan) vs. Keon Ayala (New York)
Zane Cox (Virginia) vs. Tyler Lillard (Ohio)

160
Nicholas Hall (Delaware) vs. Cayleb Atkins (Kansas)
Drake Buchanan (Indiana) vs. Mac Stout (Pennsylvania)
Clayton Whiting (Wisconsin) vs. Bradley Gillum (Illinois)
Thomas Stewart (Maryland) vs. Dawson Mathews (Georgia)

170
Tate Picklo (Oklahoma) vs. Evan Canoyer (Nebraska)
Andrew Wenzel (Illinois) vs. Leonard Pinto (Pennsylvania)
Branson Britten (Texas) vs. Damion Schunke (South Dakota)
Gavin Nelson (Minnesota) vs. Rylan Rogers (Washington)

182
Michael Tal-shahar (Florida) vs. Talmage Carman (Utah)
Evan Anderson (Ohio) vs. Michael Altomer (New York)
Nicholas Feldman (Pennsylvania) vs. Harley Andrews (Oklahoma)
Bennett Berge (Minnesota) vs. Jack Darrah (Missouri)

195
Evan Bates (Indiana) vs. Bennett Tabor (Minnesota)
Wyatt Voelker (Iowa) vs. Ashton Davis (Tennessee)
David Harper (Georgia) vs. Todd Degroat (New York)
Kaden Glass (Oklahoma) vs. Seth Shumate (Ohio)

220
Kolby Franklin (Pennsylvania) vs. Chase Horne (Georgia)
Jaren Rohde (Wisconsin) vs. Macintyre Thacker (Utah)
Lucas Walker (Iowa) vs. Dustin Swanson (Pennsylvania)
Levi Kovacs (Washington) vs. Riley Ucker (Ohio)

285
Hayden Copass (Illinois) vs. Matthew Munoz (Indiana)
Ethan Kremer (Kansas) vs. Jacob Barnes (Oregon)
Lb Neloms (Georgia) vs. Jacob Moore (Arizona)
Jeremiah Vasquez (Colorado) vs. Griffin Liddle (Iowa

16U Womenís Freestyle Finals pairings

94 - Sterling Dias (Nevada) vs. Isabella Morales (Washington)
100 - Sage Mortimer (Utah) vs. Shea Reisel (Illinois)
106 - Faith Cole (Missouri) vs. Alexis Janiak (Illinois)
112 - Arieana Arias (California) vs. Amani Jones (Georgia)
117 - Katie Gomez (California) vs. Jennifer Soto (California)
122 - Sofia Macaluso (New York) vs. Kelly Escamilla (California)
127 - Haley Ward (Missouri) vs. Korina Blades (Illinois)
132 - Nonnie Justice (Missouri) vs. Maddie Kubicki (Missouri)
138 - Reese Larramendy (Nevada) vs. Sara Sulejmani (Illinois)
144 - Destiny Rodriguez (Oregon) vs. Kayley Rada (Michigan)
152 - Hannah Ricioli (California) vs. Dakota-Marie Dinielli (Connecticut)
164 - Kennedy Blades (Illinois) vs. Dasia Yearby (South Carolina)
180 - Brianna Staebler (Wisconsin) vs. Brittyn Corbishley (Texas)
200 - Olivia Brown (Oklahoma) vs. Raina Herzog (Oregon)
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FARGO, N.D. - The USMC 16U Nationals day two morning session has finished up and the menís freestyle semifinals are set.

With nine wrestlers in the semifinals and 27 points, Ohio currently sits in atop the team race. Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Florida, and Michigan round out the top five. Tied for seventh place, Illinois has three wrestlers in the semifinals, but has 14 athletes on the backside, the most of any state.

Returning champion Jordan Williams of Oklahoma once again avoided being defeated with last seconds points in his quarterfinals match at 120 lbs. Down 3-0. Williams scored a takedown with 26 seconds left and then used a head pinch with one second left to take the lead. A failed challenge by Pennsylvaniaís corner made the final score 5-3.

On the top half of the 120 lbs. bracket, Nicolar Rivera of Wisconsin, also a 2018 menís freestyle national champion, is taking out his opponents in a more dominating fashion. Rivera tech falled Hunter Garvin of Iowa 10-0 in just over a minute to make the semifinals. The win was Riveraís fourth tech fall of the tournament.

Daniel Cardenas is having a dominant tournament as well. The Coloradan picked up a pin over Michael Kilic of Georgia in just 16 seconds in the 126 lbs. quarterfinals. In his first four matches, Cardenas went 10-0, 10-0, 10, 12-0, and hasnít made it past the 1:10 mark. Cardenas was a runner-up last year at 113 lbs.

At 170 lbs., 2018 16U National champion Tate Picklo of Oklahoma has outscores his opponents 44-0. The No. 9 ranked 170-pounder in the country, Picklo will have Leonard Pinto of Pennsylvania in the semifinals, the No. 11 ranked 170-pounder.

Hayden Copass of Illinois is making his bid for Outstanding Wrestler en route to back-to-back stop signs. The 2018 national champion has two pins and two tech falls in four matches so far.

The semifinal session begins at 4:30 p.m. CST and can be live streamed on FloWrestling.

2019 USMC JUNIOR/16U NATIONALS
At Fargo, N.D., July 12-19

16U freestyle semifinal pairings

88
Alan Koehler (MN) vs Hunter Taylor (KS)
Braeden Davis (MI) vs Caleb Thoennes (MN)

94
Dillion Campbell (OH) vs Codie Cuerbo (OH)
Cael Hughes (OK) vs Jaden Pepe (PA)

100
Kai Owen (FL) vs Jore Volk (MN)
Christian Forbes (OK) vs Caden Harwath (MI)

106
Mitchell Neiner (WA) vs Carter McCallister (MO)
Sean Seefeldt (OH) vs Evan Tallmadge (NJ)

113
Wilfred Tanefeu (ND) vs Nash Singleton (OR)
Levi Haines (PA) vs Gabe Whisenhunt (OR)

120
Nicolar Rivera (WI) vs Zeke Seltzer (IN)
Brennan Van Hoecke (FL) vs Jordan Williams (OK)

126
Ismael Ayoub (OH) vs Nic Bouzakis (FL)
Kyren Butler (OH) vs Ramon Ramos (AZ)

132
Daniel Cardenas (CO) vs Mitchell Mesenbrink (WI)
Antrell Taylor (NE) vs Jack Crook (FL)

138
Cody Chittum (TN) vs Nicholas Vafiadis (VA)
Joshua Barr (MI) vs John Wiley (OK)

145
Dean Hamiti Jr. (IL) vs Gavin Brown (OH)
Cael Berg (MN) vs Matthew Singleton (GA)

152
Manuel Rojas (MI) vs Hunter Lyden (MN)
Stoney Buell (MI) vs Tyler Lillard (OH)

160
Cayleb Atkins (KS) vs Mac Stout (PA)
Bradley Gillum (IL) vs Thomas Stewart (MD)

170
Tate Picklo (OK) vs Leonard Pinto (PA)
Brandon Britten (TX) vs Rylan Rogers (WA)

182
Michael Tal-Shahar (FL) vs Michael Altomer (NY)
Nicholas Feldman (PA) vs Bennett Berge (MN)

195
Evan Bates (IN) vs Wyatt Voelker (IA)
David Harper (GA) vs Seth Shumate (OH)

220
Kolby Franklin (PA) vs Jaren Rohde (WI)
Dustin Swanson (PA) vs Riley Ucker (OH)

285
Hayden Copass (IL) vs Jacob Barnes (OR)
Jacob Moore (AZ) vs Griffin Liddle (IA)

16U freestyle quarterfinal results

88
Alan Koehler (Minnesota) TF Kolby Warren (Missouri), 10-0 1:34
Hunter Taylor (Kansas) TF Benjamin Bast (Wisconsin), 10-0 1:13
Braeden Davis (Michigan) dec. Braden Tatum (Kansas), 16-11
Caleb Thoennes (Minnesota) TF Cael Alderman (Kansas), 10-0 1:00

94
Dillon Campbell (Ohio) dec. Tristan Stafford (Arkansas), 5-5
Codie Cuerbo (Ohio) win by forfiet Drew Heethuis (Michigan)
Cael Hughes (Oklahoma) TF Coleman Nogle (Maryland), 16-4 2:39
Jaden Pepe (Pennsylvania) dec. Paul Kelly (Arizona), 7-3

100
Kai Owen (Florida) dec. Koy Buesgens (Minnesota), 4-1
Jore Volk (Minnesota) dec. Kannon Webster (Illinois), 3-0
Christian Forbes (Oklahoma) dec. Quintin Wolbert (Wisconsin), 8-2
Caden Horwath (Michigan) TF Reid Nelson (Minnesota), 12-2 3:15

106
Mitchell Neiner (Washington) TF Jacob Van dee (Pennsylvania), 10-0 0:51
Carter Mccallister (Missouri) dec. Alec Hunter (Wisconsin), 6-6
Sean Seefeldt (Ohio) dec. Pablo Castro (Ohio), 3-2
Evan Tallmadge (New Jersey) pin Greyson Clark (Wisconsin), 2-0 0:28

113
Wilfried Tanefeu (North Dakota) dec. Brennen Cernus (Ohio), 8-4
Nash Singleton (Oregon) dec. Brady Hankin (Colorado), 11-7
Levi Haines (Pennsylvania) TF Kenneth Crosby (Colorado), 14-2 1:51
Gabe Whisenhunt (Oregon) TF Brock Bobzien (California), 16-4 2:13

120
Nicolar Rivera (Wisconsin) TF Hunter Garvin (Iowa), 10-0 1:03
Zeke Seltzer (Indiana) dec. Jacob Mann (Missouri), 8-0
Brennan Van hoecke (Florida) dec. Zachary Espalin (Arizona), 8-7
Jordan Williams (Oklahoma) dec. Rocco Welsh (Pennsylvania), 5-3

126
Ismael Ayoub (Ohio) dec. Derrick Cardinal (Minnesota), 6-5
Nic Bouzakis (Florida) TF Francisco Ayala (Washington), 10-0 0:44
Kyren Butler (Ohio) dec. Eli Rocha (Missouri), 7-2
Ramon Ramos (Arizona) dec. Chase Deblaere (Minnesota), 15-7

132
Daniel Cardenas (Colorado) pin Michael Kilic (Georgia), 2-0 0:16
Mitchell Mesenbrink (Wisconsin) dec. Nathan Burnett (Ohio), 6-0
Antrell Taylor (Nebraska) TF Matthew Bianchi (Wisconsin), 15-4 3:12
Jack Crook (Florida) dec. Kyler Lake (California), 4-3

138
Cody Chittum (Tennessee) TF Jake Jones (Pennsylvania), 12-2 2:11
Nicholas Vafiadis (Virginia) TF Jared Keslar (Pennsylvania), 11-1 4:00
Joshua Barr (Michigan) dec. Nick Hamilton (Iowa), 10-4
John Wiley (Oklahoma) TF Preston Owens (Idaho), 12-2 2:24

145
Dean Hamiti jr (Illinois) dec. Erik Gibson (Pennsylvania), 11-4
Gavin Brown (Ohio) dec. Cj Hamblin (Washington), 8-8
Cael Berg (Minnesota) dec. Liam Gordon (Virginia), 11-2
Matthew Singleton (Georgia) TF Adam Thebeau (Illinois), 14-4 3:46

152
Manuel Rojas (Michigan) TF Nick Sanko (New York), 13-2 3:46
Hunter Lyden (Minnesota) dec. Jared Simma (Kansas), 16-11
Stoney Buell (Michigan) dec. Keon Ayala (New York), 4-2
Tyler Lillard (Ohio) dec. Zane Cox (Virginia), 8-6

160
Cayleb Atkins (Kansas) dec. Nicholas Hall (Delaware), 8-6
Mac Stout (Pennsylvania) pin Drake Buchanan (Indiana), 3-2 1:31
Gillum (Illinois) dec. Clayton Whiting (Wisconsin), 5-4
Thomas Stewart (Maryland) TF Dawson Mathews (Georgia), 11-1 3:49

170
Tate Picklo (Oklahoma) TF Evan Canoyer (Nebraska), 11-0 3:03
Leonard Pinto (Pennsylvania) TF Andrew Wenzel (Illinois), 10-0 1:19
Branson Britten (Texas) de. Damion Schunke (South Dakota), 7-3
Rylan Rogers (Washington) dec. Gavin Nelson (Minnesota), 8-2

182
Michael Tal-shahar (Florida) TF Talmage Carman (Utah), 12-1 2:35
Michael Altomer (New York) dec. Evan Anderson (Ohio), 5-4
Nicholas Feldman (Pennsylvania) dec. Harley Andrews (Oklahoma), 17-7 3:47
Bennett Berge (Minnesota) dec. Jack Darrah (Missouri), 7-1

195
Evan Bates (Indiana) TF Tabor (Minnesota), 14-2 2:05
Wyatt Voelker (Iowa) dec. Ashton Davis (Tennessee), 8-4
David Harper (Georgia) TF Todd Degroat (New York), 12-1 1:44
Seth Shumate (Ohio) pin Kaden Glass (Oklahoma), 4-0 0:22

220
Kolby Franklin (Pennsylvania) dec. Chase Horne (Georgia), 7-2
Jaren Rohde (Wisconsin) pin Macintyre Thacker (Utah), 10-4 3:54
Dustin Swanson (Pennsylvania) TF Lucas Walker (Iowa), 13-0 3:50
Riley Ucker (Ohio) dec. Levi Kovacs (Washington), 15-11

285
Hayden Copass (Illinois) pin Matthew Munoz (Indiana), 10-0 1:30
Jacob Barnes (Oregon) dec. Ethan Kremer (Kansas), 4-0
Jacob Moore (Arizona) dec. Lb Neloms (Georgia), 2-0
Griffin Liddle (Iowa) pin Jeremiah Vasquez (Colorado), 4-0 0:11
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FARGO, N.D. - With the completion of day two inside the FargoDome, the semifinals are complete and the finals are set.

After putting nine wrestlers into the semifinals and leading after the morning session, Ohio went 2-9 in the semifinals and fell to third in the team race. Pennsylvania took the lead after putting four in the finals, and Minnesota is in second with three finalists.

Jore Volk of Minnesota and Kai Owen of Florida put on one the best matches of the tournament so far in their 100 lbs. semifinal. Down 9-9 on criteria with three seconds left, Volk hit a high flyer and came out on top to win 11-9. In the 20 total points scored in the match, 16 of them came in the second period.

Zeke Seltzer of Indiana dethroned 2018 national champion Nicolar Rivera of Wisconsin 4-1 in their 120 semifinal. Seltzer placed sixth in the weight above Rivera at Fargo last year. Heíll have last yearís 16U 100 lbs. champion, Jordan Williams of Oklahoma, in the finals. Williams had squeaked by in his past two matches, but tech falled Brennan Van Hoecke of Florida 10-0 in the semifinals.

At 126 lbs., Nic Bouzakis is having an outstanding tournament. The Florida native is 6-0 with two pins and four tech falls.

At 132 lbs., Antrell Taylor of Nebraska has outscored his opponents 56-4 so far. His finals opponent, Daniel Cardenas of Colorado, tech falled his way to the semis before defeating eleventh-ranked Mitchell Mesenbrink of Wisconsin 8-2.

It will be an all Michigan final at 152 lbs. with both Manuel Rojas and Stoney Buell winning their semifinal bouts. Rojas was a runner-up at 152 lbs. to Oklahoman Tate Picklo last year.

Picklo was set to repeat again running into Leonard Pinto of Pennsylvania in the semifinals. Pinto put PIcklo on his back six seconds into the match before picking him up and putting him back down for a big four-point throw. 25 seconds later, Pinto hit a reattack to go up 10-0 and end the match.

After beating 2018 195 lbs. national champion Noah Pettigrew in the opening round 4-1, Evan Bates of Indiana has rattled off four tech falls and outscored his opponents 47-1. Heíll have Seth Shumate of Ohio in the finals. Shumate finished fifth at 170 lbs. last year and is ranked fourth nationally at 195 lbs.

2018 national champion Hayden Copass of Illinois continued his domination at 285 lbs. He now has three tech falls and two pins en route to making the finals. Heíll be facing Iowaís lone finalist, Griffin Liddle, in the finals.

Being Folkstyle Nationals champions, Copass and Williams are both still alive for USA Wrestlingís Triple Crown Award.

Finals will be aired live on FloWrestling tomorrow starting at 1 p.m. CST.

2019 JUNIOR/16U NATIONALS
At Fargo, N.D., July 12-19

16U menís freestyle finals pairings

88 - Alan Koehler (MN) vs Braeden Davis (MI)
94 - Dillon Campbell (OH) vs Cael Hughes (OK)
100 - Jore Volk (MN) vs Caden Horwath (MI)
106 - Mitchell Neiner (WA) vs Evan Tallmadge (NJ)
113 - Wilfried Tanefeu (ND) vs Gabe Whisenhunt (OR)
120 - Zeke Seltzer (IN) vs Jordan Williams (OK)
126 - Nic Bouzakis (FL) vs Ramon Ramos (AZ)
132 - Daniel Cardenas (CO) vs Antrell Taylor (NE)
138 - Nicholas Vafiadis (VA) vs John Wiley (OK)
145 - Dean Hamiti Jr (IL) vs Matthew Singleton (GA)
152 - Manuel Rojas (MI) vs Stoney Buell (MI)
160 - Mac Stout (PA) vs Thomas Stewart (MD)
170 - Leonard Pinto (PA) vs Rylan Rogers (WA)
182 - Michael Tal-Shahar (FL) vs Bennett Berge (MN)
195 - Evan Bates (IN) vs Seth Shumate (OH)
220 - Kolby Franklin (PA) vs Dustin Swanson (PA)
285 - Hayden Copass (IL) vs Griffin Liddle (IA)

16U menís freestyle semifinal results

88
Alan Koehler (Minnesota) dec. Hunter Taylor (Kansas), 6-2
Braeden Davis (Michigan) TF Caleb Thoennes (Minnesota), 10-0 1:29

94
Dillon Campbell (Ohio) dec. Codie Cuerbo (Ohio), 9-9
Cael Hughes (Oklahoma) TF Jaden Pepe (Pennsylvania), 15-4 3:46

100
Jore Volk (Minnesota) dec. Kai Owen (Florida), 11-9
Caden Horwath (Michigan) dec. Christian Forbes (Oklahoma), 4-1

106
Mitchell Neiner (Washington) TF Carter Mccallister (Missouri), 10-0 0:46
Evan Tallmadge (New Jersey) dec. Sean Seefeldt (Ohio), 8-6

113
Wilfried Tanefeu (North Dakota) TF Nash Singleton (Oregon), 10-0 1:21
Gabe Whisenhunt (Oregon) dec. Levi Haines (Pennsylvania), 9-6

120
Zeke Seltzer (Indiana) dec. Nicolar Rivera (Wisconsin), 9-6
Jordan Williams (Oklahoma) TF Brennan Van hoecke (Florida), 12-2 3:01

126
Nic Bouzakis (Florida) pin Ismael Ayoub (Ohio), 10-0 3:11
Ramon Ramos (Arizona) TF Kyren Butler (Ohio), 12-2 2:40

132
Daniel Cardenas (Colorado) dec. Mitchell Mesenbrink (Wisconsin), 8-2
Antrell Taylor (Nebraska) TF Jack Crook (Florida), 10-0 1:32

138
Nicholas Vafiadis (Virginia) dec. Cody Chittum (Tennessee), 6-4
John Wiley (Oklahoma) dec. Joshua Barr (Michigan), 10-6

145
Dean Hamiti jr (Illinois) pin Gavin Brown (Ohio), 4-2 4:00
Matthew Singleton (Georgia) dec. Cael Berg (Minnesota), 11-9

152
Manuel Rojas (Michigan) dec. Hunter Lyden (Minnesota), 10-4
Stoney Buell (Michigan) dec. Tyler Lillard (Ohio), 8-5

160
Mac Stout (Pennsylvania) TF Cayleb Atkins (Kansas), 10-0 1:22
Thomas Stewart (Maryland) dec. Bradley Gillum (Illinois), 4-0

170
Leonard Pinto (Pennsylvania) TF Tate Picklo (Oklahoma), 10-0 1:07
Rylan Rogers (Washington) dec. Branson Britten (Texas), 4-2

182
Michael Tal-shahar (Florida) TF Michael Altomer (New York), 10-0 1:37
Bennett Berge (Minnesota) dec. Nicholas Feldman (Pennsylvania), 7-5

195
Evan Bates (Indiana) TF Wyatt Voelker (Iowa), 11-0 3:31
Seth Shumate (Ohio) dec. David Harper (Georgia), 8-2

220
Kolby Franklin (Pennsylvania) TF Jaren Rohde (Wisconsin), 11-0 1:04
Dustin Swanson (Pennsylvania) dec. Riley Ucker (Ohio), 8-6

285
Hayden Copass (Illinois) TF Jacob Barnes (Oregon), 10-0 3:11
Griffin Liddle (Iowa) pin Jacob Moore (Arizona), 12-8 3:22
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Couple quick observations:

Team Georgia in 4th place amongst wrestling bluebloods.

Team New York in 25th tied with Arkansas and Texas.

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2019 USMC/USAW 16U NATIONALS
RESULTS AFTER SEMIS

TEAM CH CONS
1 Pennsylvania 52 4 8
2 Ohio 46 2 8
3 Minnesota 44 3 9
4 Georgia 37 1 8
5 Illinois 35 2 7
6 Michigan 33 4 1
6 Oklahoma 33 3 4
8 Florida 27 2 3
9 Wisconsin 23 - 7
10 Washington 21 2 3
11 Iowa 19 1 4
12 Indiana 17 2 1
13 Missouri 15 - 5
13 Oregon 15 1 2
15 Arizona 14 1 2 - - - - - - - 1
16 Kansas 13 - 5 - - - - - - - -
16 Nebraska 13 1 2 - - - - - - - -
18 Tennessee 12 - 4 - - - - - - - -
19 California 11 - 3 - - - - - - - -
20 Colorado 10 1 1 - - - - - - - -
20 North Dakota 10 1 1 - - - - - - - -
22 Maryland 8 1 1 - - - - - - - -
22 New Jersey 8 1 1 - - - - - - - -
22 Virginia 8 1 1 - - - - - - - -
25 Arkansas 5 - 1 - - - - - - - -
25 New York 5 - 1 - - - - - - - -
25 Texas 5
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JUNIOR FREESTYLE

Six remain alive for the Junior Triple Crown, having won the Folkstyle Nationals in Iowa in April, then making it to the quarterfinals in Junior freestyle. They are Brandon O’Byle of Iowa (100), Blake West of Minnesota (106), Drake Ayala of Iowa (113), Moshe Schwartz of Colorado (132), Ridge Lovett of Idaho (138) and Rocky Elam of Missouri (182).

Although it is still early to be counting team points officially, teams that are lined up to do well include:
Illinois – 14 in quarterfinals, 32 in consolations
• Ohio – 11 in quarterfinals, 29 in consolations
• Pennsylvania – 11 in quarterfinals, 26 in consolations
• California – 9 in quarterfinals, 26 in consolations

Freestyle Quarterfinal pairings

100
Daniel Sheen (Illinois) vs. Noah Savageau (North Dakota)
Nathan Vasquez (California) vs. Cael Keck (Missouri)
Ty Daugherty (Ohio) vs. Samuel Hayes (Illinois)
Hunter Sloan (Pennsylvania) vs. Brandon O'Brien (Iowa)

106
Eli Griffin (Oklahoma) vs. Jeremy Bockert (Alaska)
Andre Gonzales (California) vs. Kelly Dunnigan (New Jersey)
Blake West (Minnesota) vs. Caleb- Coyle (Nebraska)
Kenny Sailas (Colorado) vs. Colin Noel (Ohio)

113
Nico Provo (Connecticut) vs. Joziah Fry (Rhode Island)
Aedyn Concepcion (Alaska) vs. Jett Strickenberger (Colorado)
Drake Ayala (Iowa) vs. Yusief Lillie (Washington)
Jeremiah Reno (Missouri) vs. Sheldon Seymour (Pennsylvania)

120
Chance Lamer (Oregon) vs. Joseph Thompson (Minnesota)
Jakason Burks (Nebraska) vs. Jackson Cockrell (Oklahoma)
Destin Summers (Idaho) vs. Alex Almeyda (New Jersey)
Anthony Molton (Illinois) vs. Dustin Norris (Ohio)

126
Kyle Burwick (North Dakota) vs. Angelo Rini (Ohio)
Nick Masters (Georgia) vs. Wyatt Henson (Missouri)
Jayden Gomez (California) vs. Cameron Johnson (Illinois)
Brayden Littell (Indiana) vs. Ethen Miller (Missouri)

132
Trey Crawford (Missouri) vs. Mosha Schwartz (Colorado)
Michael Burnett (Ohio) vs. Cael Happel (Iowa)
Domenic Zaccone (Illinois) vs. Drew Roberts (Washington)
Nathaniel Pulliam (Missouri) vs. Dominick Serrano (Colorado)

138
Joshua Saunders (Missouri) vs. Caleb Henson (Georgia)
Lachlan Mcneil (Pennsylvania) vs. Ryder Ramsey (Oklahoma)
Samuel Hillegas (Pennsylvania) vs. Noah Villarreal (Illinois)
Caden Mccrary (Georgia) vs. Ridge Lovett (Idaho)

145
Chase Warden (Texas) vs. Anthony Echemendia (Arizona)
Chance Mclane (Montana) vs. Beau Ohlson (Oregon)
Joseph Zargo (New Jersey) vs. Vincent Zerban (Illinois)
Joshua Ogunsanya (Illinois) vs. Victor Voinovich (Ohio)

152
Keegan O'toole (Wisconsin) vs. Chase Saldate (California)
Jace Luchau (California) vs. Cael Carlson (Minnesota)
Kaden Reetz (Wisconsin) vs. John martin Best (West Virginia)
Daniel Manibog (Texas) vs. Donald Cates (North Carolina)

160
Cade Devos (Iowa) vs. Luke Surber (Oklahoma)
Baylor Fernandes (Illinois) vs. Dajun Johnson (Wisconsin)
Cael Valencia (California) vs. Padraic Gallagher (Ohio)
Aurelius Dunbar (Pennsylvania) vs. David Rubio (Oregon)

170
Trent Munoz (California) vs. Gerrit Nijenhuis (Pennsylvania)
Gavin Kane (Georgia) vs. Alex Cramer (Illinois)
Angel Garcia (Pennsylvania) vs. Patrick Kennedy (Minnesota)
Nevan Snodgrass (Ohio) vs. Connor O’Neill (New Jersey)

182
Abe Assad (Illinois) vs. John Poznanski (New Jersey)
Jake Evans (Ohio) vs. Luke Stout (Pennsylvania)
Parker Keckeisen (Wisconsin) vs. Rocky Elam (Missouri)
Christopher Foca (New Jersey) vs. Dustin Plott (Oklahoma)

195
Matthew Cover (Ohio) vs. Cole Urbas (Pennsylvania)
Isaac Trumble (Nebraska) vs. Austin Walley (Pennsylvania)
Matthew Kaylor (North Dakota) vs. Ethan Hatcher (Ohio)
Jonovan Smith (California) vs. Santos Cantu (Oregon)

220
Braxton Amos (West Virginia) vs. Cody Fisher (Iowa)
Daniel Striggow (Minnesota) vs. Konner Doucet (Oklahoma)
Guillermo Escobedo (California) vs. Dorian Crosby (Pennsylvania)
Gabe Christenson (Iowa) vs. Cade Lautt (Kansas)

285
Luke Luffman (Illinois) vs. Braxton Mikesell (Washington)
Joshua Heindselman (Oklahoma) vs. Garrett Kappes (Maryland)
Aydin Guttridge (Illinois) vs. Spencer Trenary (Iowa)
John Wiese (Oklahoma) vs. Roberto Pena (Illinois)
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2019 USMC/USAW JUNIOR NATIONALS

TEAM CH CONS
1 Illinois 24 8 10
2 Ohio 18 6 9
2 Pennsylvania 18 6 11
4 Missouri 15 5 6
5 Oklahoma 13 4 8
6 California 12 4 9
7 Colorado 9 3 1
7 Iowa 9 3 5
7 Minnesota 9 3 5
7 Wisconsin 9 3 2
11 Idaho 6 2
11 Nebraska 6 2 3
11 West Virginia 6 2
14 Alaska 3 1 2
14 Arizona 3 1 1
14 Connecticut 3 1 1
14 Georgia 3 1 4
14 Kansas 3 1
14 Montana 3 1 1
14 New Jersey 3 1 6
14 Oregon 3 1 4
14 Texas 3 1



Semi Final Pairings - Quarter Final Results

Fargo, N.D. - Monday morning at the Fargo Dome featured the Junior men’s freestyle quarterfinals. Of the six Triple Crown contenders still alive after last nights’ preliminary rounds, five are still in the hunt.

At 100 pounds Brandon O’Brien of Iowa kept his momentum rolling with a 10-0 technical fall. Blake West of Minnesota advanced to the 106 pound quarterfinals with a 14-3 technical fall of his own. Drake Ayala, another Iowan, earned a 10-0 technical in his quarterfinal match.

Moesha Schwartz of Colorado had a wild back-and-forth match with Trey Crawford of Missouri in the 138 pounds quarterfinals. Schwartz came out on top, 11-9, to keep his Triple Crown hopes alive.

Idaho’s Ridge Lovett took his quarterfinal match, 4-0, to advance to the semifinals. Lovett was a Junior freestyle runner-up last year, and will be attending the University of Nebraska in the fall. In the semifinal he’ll face Samuel Hillegas, a two-time Pennsylvania state champion. Yesterday, Hillegas knocked of 2018 Cadet freestyle champion Joshua Edmond of Michigan, 11-9.

Rocky Elam of Missouri had his Triple Crown chances shot down by Parker Keckeisen of Wisconsin in the 182 quarterfinals. Keckeisen, an incoming freshman at the University of Northern Iowa, scored big on four-point feet-to-back takedowns in the first period and second periods, ultimately winning 9-1.

2018 Junior freestyle champion Keegan O’Toole of Wisconsin earned an 8-4 decision over Chase Saldate of California at 152 pounds to keep his back-to-back title hopes alive.

Luke Luffman, the other returning Junior freestyle champion in the tournament, earned a 10-0 technical fall in the 285 pound quarterfinal over Braxton Mikesell of Washington. He will face Joshua Heindselman of the Oklahoma in the semifinals. Three of the 285 pound semifinalists are from Illinois, with the other semifinal match featuring Aydin Guttridge and Roberto Pena.

The semifinals will occur this evening at 5:00 pm CST and will be streaming on Flowrestling.

2019 USMC JUNIOR/16U NATIONALS
At Fargo, N.D., July 12-19

Junior men’s freestyle semifinal pairings

100

Daniel Sheen (Illinois) vs Cael Keck (Missouri)

Samuel Hayes (Illinois) vs Brandon O'brien (Iowa)



106

Eli Griffin (Oklahoma) vs Andre Gonzales (California)

Blake West (Minnesota) vs Keny Sailas (Colorado)



113

Nico Provo (Connecticut) vs Aedyn Concepcion (Alaska)

Drake Ayala (Iowa) vs Jeremiah Reno (Missouri)



120

Joseph Thompson (Minnesota) vs Jakason Burks (Nebraska)

Destin Summers (Idaho) vs Anthony Molton (Illinois)



126

Angelo Rini (Ohio) vs Wyatt Henson (Missouri)

Jayden Gomez (California) vs Ethen Miller (Missouri)



132

Mosha Schwartz (Colorado) vs Michael Burnett (Ohio)

Domenic Zaccone (Illinois) vs Dominick Serrano (Colorado)



138

Joshua Saunders (Missouri) vs Lachlan Mcneil (Pennsylvania)

Samuel Hillegas (Pennsylvania) vs Ridge Lovett (Idaho)



145

Anthony Echemendia (Arizona) vs Chance Mclane (Montana)

Joseph Zargo (New Jersey) vs Victor Voinovich (Ohio)



152

Keegan O'toole (Wisconsin) vs Jace Luchau (California)

John martin Best (West Virginia) vs Daniel Manibog (Texas)



160

Cade Devos (Iowa) dec. vs Dajun Johnson (Wisconsin)

Padraic Gallagher (Ohio) vs David Rubio (Oregon)



170

Gerrit Nijenhuis (Pennsylvania) vs Gavin Kane (Georgia)

Patrick Kennedy (Minnesota) vs Nevan Snodgrass (Ohio)



182

Abe Assad (Illinois) vs Luke Stout (Pennsylvania)

Parker Keckeisen (Wisconsin) vs Dustin Plott (Oklahoma)



195

Cole Urbas (Pennsylvania) vs Isaac Trumble (Nebraska)

Ethan Hatcher (Ohio) vs Jonovan Smith (California)



220

Braxton Amos (West Virginia) vs Konner Doucet (Oklahoma)

Dorian Crosby (Pennsylvania) vs Cade Lautt (Kansas)



285

Luke Luffman (Illinois) vs Joshua Heindselman (Oklahoma)

Aydin Guttridge (Illinois) vs Roberto Pena (Illinois)



Junior men’s freestyle quarterfinal results

100

Daniel Sheen (Illinois) TF Noah Savageau (North Dakota), 10-0 0:32

Cael Keck (Missouri) pin Nathan Vasquez (California), 6-2 1:18

Samuel Hayes (Illinois) TF Ty Daugherty (Ohio), 10-0 1:28

Brandon O'Brien (Iowa) TF Hunter Sloan (Pennsylvania), 10-0 0:35



106

Eli Griffin (Oklahoma) TF Jeremy Bockert (Alaska), 10-0 0:35

Andre Gonzales (California) TF Kelly Dunnigan (New Jersey), 14-1 4:49

Blake West (Minnesota) TF Caleb- Coyle (Nebraska), 14-3 5:27

Kenny Sailas (Colorado) pin Colin Noel (Ohio), 8-0 1:25



113

Nico Provo (Connecticut) TF Joziah Fry (Rhode Island), 10-0 0:31

Aedyn Concepcion (Alaska) forfeit Jett Strickenberger (Colorado)

Drake Ayala (Iowa) TF Yusief Lillie (Washington), 10-0 5:38

Jeremiah Reno (Missouri) TF Sheldon Seymour (Pennsylvania), 10-0 2:23



120

Joseph Thompson (Minnesota) dec. Chance Lamer (Oregon), 19-10

Jakason Burks (Nebraska) dec. Jackson Cockrell (Oklahoma), 6-6

Destin Summers (Idaho) dec. Alex Almeyda (New Jersey), 9-6

Anthony Molton (Illinois) TF Dustin Norris (Ohio), 11-1 2:13



126

Angelo Rini (Ohio) dec. Kyle Burwick (North Dakota), 16-11

Wyatt Henson (Missouri) dec. Nick Masters (Georgia), 14-8

Jayden Gomez (California) dec. Cameron Johnson (Illinois), 11-9

Ethen Miller (Missouri) dec. Brayden Littell (Indiana), 10-6



132

Mosha Schwartz (Colorado) dec. Trey Crawford (Missouri), 13-11

Michael Burnett (Ohio) dec. Cael Happel (Iowa), 12-4

Domenic Zaccone (Illinois) dec. Drew Roberts (Washington), 3-2

Dominick Serrano (Colorado) pin Nathaniel Pulliam (Missouri), 12-1 4:35



138

Joshua Saunders (Missouri) TF Caleb Henson (Georgia), 10-0 0:49

Lachlan Mcneil (Pennsylvania) TF Ryder Ramsey (Oklahoma), 10-0 2:40

Samuel Hillegas (Pennsylvania) TF Noah Villarreal (Illinois), 12-2 1:51

Ridge Lovett (Idaho) dec. Caden Mccrary (Georgia), 4-0



145

Anthony Echemendia (Arizona) TF Chase Warden (Texas), 11-0 2:47

Chance Mclane (Montana) dec. Beau Ohlson (Oregon), 12-9

Joseph Zargo (New Jersey) TF Vincent Zerban (Illinois), 10-0 2:26

Victor Voinovich (Ohio) TF Joshua Ogunsanya (Illinois), 16-4 2:56



152

Keegan O'toole (Wisconsin) dec. Chase Saldate (California), 8-4

Jace Luchau (California) TF Cael Carlson (Minnesota), 10-0 1:30

John martin Best (West Virginia) dec. Kaden Reetz (Wisconsin), 11-4

Daniel Manibog (Texas) pin Donald Cates (North Carolina), 7-0 1:26



160

Cade Devos (Iowa) dec. Luke Surber (Oklahoma), 8-4

Dajun Johnson (Wisconsin) pin Baylor Fernandes (Illinois), 2-0 0:16

Padraic Gallagher (Ohio) dec. Cael Valencia (California), 14-11

David Rubio (Oregon) dec. Aurelius Dunbar (Pennsylvania), 9-8



170

Gerrit Nijenhuis (Pennsylvania) dec. Trent Munoz (California), 9-6

Gavin Kane (Georgia) TF Alex Cramer (Illinois), 14-4 2:41

Patrick Kennedy (Minnesota) TF Angel Garcia (Pennsylvania), 11-0 1:34

Nevan Snodgrass (Ohio) TF Connor Oneill (New Jersey), 10-0 1:50



182

Abe Assad (Illinois) dec. John Poznanski (New Jersey), 9-4

Luke Stout (Pennsylvania) dec. Jake Evans (Ohio), 9-2

Parker Keckeisen (Wisconsin) dec. Rocky Elam (Missouri), 9-1

Dustin Plott (Oklahoma) dec. Christopher Foca (New Jersey), 14-14



195

Cole Urbas (Pennsylvania) dec. Matthew Cover (Ohio), 10-8

Isaac Trumble (Nebraska) pin Austin Walley (Pennsylvania), 10-6 5:14

Ethan Hatcher (Ohio) TF Matthew Kaylor (North Dakota), 12-2 4:15

Jonovan Smith (California) dec. Santos Cantu (Oregon), 2-1



220

Braxton Amos (West Virginia) TF Cody Fisher (Iowa), 10-0 0:54

Konner Doucet (Oklahoma) dec. Daniel Striggow (Minnesota), 6-5

Dorian Crosby (Pennsylvania) dec. Guillermo Escobedo (California), 4-2

Cade Lautt (Kansas) dec. Gabe Christenson (Iowa), 13-9



285

Luke Luffman (Illinois) TF Braxton Mikesell (Washington), 11-0 3:40

Joshua Heindselman (Oklahoma) TF Garrett Kappes (Maryland), 13-3 5:31

Aydin Guttridge (Illinois) pin Spencer Trenary (Iowa), 11-7 5:51

Roberto Pena (Illinois) dec. John Wiese (Oklahoma), 7-2
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Outstanding Wrestler: Nic Bouzakis of Florida, 126 lbs.



Team Standings (Top Five)

1. Pennsylvania 61
2. Minnesota 51
3. Ohio 50
4. Georgia 42
5. Illinois 40




Placewinners

88:
1st: Braeden Davis (Michigan) tech. Alan Koehler (Minnesota), 10-0 2:23
3rd: Kolby Warren (Missouri) dec. Grigor Cholakyan (California), 4-0
5th: Caleb Thoennes (Minnesota) tech. Hunter Taylor (Kansas), 10-0 0:37
7th: Kyison Garcia (Utah) tech. Benjamin Bast (Wisconsin), 10-0 0:43

94:
1st: Cael Hughes (Oklahoma) tech. Dillon Campbell (Ohio), 12-2 3:43
3rd: Tristan Stafford (Arkansas) dec. Codie Cuerbo (Ohio), 10-8
5th: Jaden Pepe (Pennsylvania) tech. Paul Kelly (Arizona), 12-2 2:53
7th: Coleman Nogle (Maryland) tech. Christopher Martino (Idaho), 14-3 3:16

100:
1st: Jore Volk (Minnesota) dec. Caden Horwath (Michigan), 12-5
3rd: Kannon Webster (Illinois) dec. Kai Owen (Florida), 10-1
5th: Beau Mantanona (California) dec. Christian Forbes (Oklahoma), 3-1
7th: Darrell Rochester (Georgia) dec. Koy Buesgens (Minnesota), 5-2

106:
1st: Evan Tallmadge (New Jersey) dec. Mitchell Neiner (Washington), 10-8
3rd: Carter Mccallister (Missouri) tech. Sean Seefeldt (Ohio), 10-0 1:17
5th: Charlie Farmer (Illinois) dec. Joseph Fernau (Illinois), 5-4
7th: Greyson Clark (Wisconsin) tech. Trever Anderson (Iowa), 10-0 2:27

113:
1st: Wilfried Tanefeu (North Dakota) tech. Gabe Whisenhunt (Oregon), 10-0 1:29
3rd: Nash Singleton (Oregon) tech. Levi Haines (Pennsylvania), 10-0 2:00
5th: Brady Hankin (Colorado) pinned Brock Bobzien (California), 1:30
7th: Damian Mendez (Kansas) dec Trae Mcdaniel (Tennessee), 7-4

120:
1st: Jordan Williams (Oklahoma) dec Zeke Seltzer (Indiana), 6-5
3rd: Brennan Van hoecke (Florida) tech. Nicolar Rivera (Wisconsin), 10-0 0:33
5th: Rocco Welsh (Pennsylvania) tech. Garrett Grice (Nebraska), 12-2 3:20
7th: Jacob Mann (Missouri) by injury default over Zachary Espalin (Arizona)

126:
1st: Nic Bouzakis (Florida) pinned Ramon Ramos (Arizona), 4:00
3rd: Kyren Butler (Ohio) dec. Ismael Ayoub (Ohio), 8-4
5th: Derrick Cardinal (Minnesota) tech. Ethan Stiles (Illinois), 10-0 2:53
7th: Alejandro Herrera-rondon (Pennsylvania) dec. Eli Rocha (Missouri), 10-5

132:
1st: Daniel Cardenas (Colorado) tech. Antrell Taylor (Nebraska), 10-8
3rd: Matthew Bianchi (Wisconsin) dec. Michael Kilic (Georgia), 7-2
5th: Mitchell Mesenbrink (Wisconsin) dec. Jack Crook (Florida), 6-2
7th: Jack Milos (Illinois) dec. Kage Lenger (Missouri), 9-5

138:
1st: John Wiley (Oklahoma) dec. Nicholas Vafiadis (Virginia), 10-4
3rd: Cody Chittum (Tennessee) pinned Joshua Barr (Michigan), 1:46
5th: Nick Hamilton (Iowa) dec. Thor Michaelson (Washington), 2-1
7th: Preston Owens (Idaho) dec. Cole Becker (Minnesota), 7-0

145:
1st: Dean Hamiti jr (Illinois) pinned Matthew Singleton (Georgia), 1:25
3rd: Paniro Johnson (Pennsylvania) tech. Cael Berg (Minnesota), 13-0 3:19
5th: Gavin Brown (Ohio) tech. Cj Hamblin (Washington), 11-2
7th: Erik Gibson (Pennsylvania) dec. Travis Ragland (Virginia), 10-6

152:
1st: Stoney Buell (Michigan) dec. Manuel Rojas (Michigan), 5-4
3rd: Robert Weston (Georgia) dec. Tyler Lillard (Ohio), 9-5
5th: Kamdyn Munro (Georgia) by injury default over Hunter Lyden (Minnesota)
7th: Jared Simma (Kansas) pinned Brayden Thompson (Illinois), 0:39

160:
1st: Thomas Stewart (Maryland) dec. Mac Stout (Pennsylvania), 5-0
3rd: Clayton Whiting (Wisconsin) dec. Bradley Gillum (Illinois), 2-2
5th: Cayleb Atkins (Kansas) dec. Drake Buchanan (Indiana), 7-6
7th: Nicholas Hall (Delaware) tech. Dawson Mathews (Georgia), 19-9 4:00

170:
1st: Leonard Pinto (Pennsylvania) dec. Rylan Rogers (Washington), 7-1
3rd: Tate Picklo (Oklahoma) dec. Branson Britten (Texas), 9-4
5th: Gavin Nelson (Minnesota) dec. Evan Canoyer (Nebraska), 3-2
7th: Brian Soldano (New Jersey) tech. Damion Schunke (South Dakota), 10-0 0:36

182:
1st: Bennett Berge (Minnesota) tech. Michael Tal-shahar (Florida), 10-0 3:00
3rd: Nicholas Feldman (Pennsylvania) tech. Michael Altomer (New York), 6-0 1:46
5th: Harley Andrews (Oklahoma) tech. Isaiah Huus (North Dakota), 11-0 1:19
7th: Jack Darrah (Missouri) dec. Talmage Carman (Utah), 8-2

195:
1st: Seth Shumate (Ohio) tech. Evan Bates (Indiana), 11-0 2:49
3rd: Noah Pettigrew (Georgia) dec. David Harper (Georgia), 6-0
5th: Bennett Tabor (Minnesota) dec. Wyatt Voelker (Iowa), 4-2
7th: Kaden Glass (Oklahoma) dec. Ashton Davis (Tennessee), 7-4

220:
1st: Kolby Franklin (Pennsylvania) tech. Dustin Swanson (Pennsylvania), 10-0 1:50
3rd: Chase Horne (Georgia) tech. Lucas Walker (Iowa), 10-0 2:12
5th: Riley Ucker (Ohio) tech. Jaren Rohde (Wisconsin), 17-6 4:00
7th: Nathan Taylor (Pennsylvania) by injury default over Gage Cook (Washington)

285:
1st: Hayden Copass (Illinois) tech. Griffin Liddle (Iowa), 11-1 2:05
3rd: James Howard (Tennessee) dec. Ethan Kremer (Kansas), 7-2
5th: Jacob Barnes (Oregon) dec. Jacob Moore (Arizona), 2-1
7th: Gavin Layton (Minnesota) tech. Ryan Elrod (Ohio), 10-0 1:16
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CURRENT JUNIOR FREESTYLE TEAM SCORES
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TEAM CH CONS
1 Illinois 59 5 8
2 Ohio 47 4 5
3 Missouri. 40 2 6
4 Iowa 38 3 5
5 Pennsylvania 36 3 5
6 California 32 3 5
7 Minnesota 29 2 5
8 Oklahoma 28 1 9
9 Nebraska 19 1 4
10 Colorado 14 1 3
10 Georgia 14 - 4
10 West Virginia 14 2
10 Wisconsin 14 -
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It is a little hard for me to believe that Georgia placed higher than our Cadets. Congrats to Georgia, but dang to our guys.
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It is a little hard for me to believe that Georgia placed higher than our Cadets. Congrats to Georgia, but dang to our guys.
Georgia won schoolboy Greco duals 2017 and was 2nd to IL in Freestyle lost 38-35 those kids are now Cadets.They also had teams win VAC duals.Georgia has been getting good over the last 5 years
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