As more than 2,000 wrestlers from more than 40 states get set to compete in this weekend’s Flo Tulsa Nationals, ten 15 and under wrestlers will look to keep their Trinity Award hopes alive.
The second leg of the prestigious Trinity Award, the Flo Tulsa Nationals will feature some of the best youth wrestlers in the country. These ten wrestlers, who captured gold at the Flo Kickoff Classic in November, will put their skills to the test this weekend at the Expo Square Pavilion in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Leading the lower-weights will be 75-pound Clayton Giddens-Buttram of RAW in Oklahoma, 82-pound Aden Valencia of California and 89-pound Tyler Kasak of Pennsylvania.
In the middle-weights it’ll be 101-pound Logan Frazier from Region Wrestling Academy, 108-pound Jace Roller from RAW and his teammate 115-pound Zach Blankenship who will all look to keep their Trinity hopes alive.
In the upper-weights it’ll be 135-pound Cody Goodwin of Elite Athletic Club, 145-pound Brayden Thompson of Illinois, 175-pound Christian Minton of Oklahoma, and 200-pound Dominic Kremer of Washington.
Aside from these ten wrestlers, there will be dozens more who will be looking to claim the top spot in one of the toughest events of the season.
Other notable wrestlers who have won major national championships already this season include; 75-pound Otto Black of Colorado, 82-pound Kale Petersen from Iowa, 89-pound Brandon Cannon of Colorado, 95-pound Trebor Moreno, 95-pound Carter McCallister of Missouri, 101-pound Brock Woodcock of Missouri, 101-pound Weston Dalton of Colorado, 135-pound Eyan Chavez of Colorado, 135-pound Joshua Barr of Michigan, 145-pound Aaron Steenbeke of Indiana, 145-pound Orlando Cruz of Indiana, 145-pound Tanner Meyers of South Dakota, 175-pound Christian Carroll of Indiana, 175-pound Brady Colbert of Virginia, 200-pound Navarro Schunke of South Dakota, and 200-pound Jared Thiry of Iowa.
With the talent set to be on hand this weekend in Tulsa, there will be not shortness great wrestling. There will be upsets and new champions who emerge so be sure to check back to Youth1.com next week for a complete recap.
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