As the World of Wrestling event series draws to a close, we take a look at the top five 15 and Under performances from the 2018 Flo Reno Worlds.
McGowan continues to show why he’s one of the top youth wrestlers in the country this season as he followed up with USA Wrestling Folkstyle Nationals championship with a Reno World Championship. He won free of his four bouts by fall and posted a 10-0 major shutout in this fourth bout. He is a winner of the 2017-2018 Trinity Award.
Blankenship completed his quest for a Trinity Award as he dominated the 108-pound competition. The talented wrestler from Oklahoma won three bouts by fall, two by tech-fall and one by major. He took home the title with an 8-6 decision over Anglo Lozado of Saints Wrestling.
Pounders Wrestling Club
Ramirez put on one of the most impressive performances during the event as he won five of his seven bouts by fall. He won his first four match of the event by fall and then picked up a pair of decisions before defeating Johnathon Viveros of Kingsburg Wrestling Club in the championship bout by fall in 4:22.
Diamondville Wrestling Club
Tucker put on a strong showing in the 175-pound bracket was he won four of his six bouts by fall. He was also impressive in the championship bout where he defeated Rudy Garcia of Team Selma by major decision 10-0. Overall, it was a very strong outing for Tucker.
Durham Wrestling Club
Christensen dominated his weight class as he went unscored upon during the event. He won four of his five bouts by shutout decisions and the other by fall. He took home gold with a 4-0 decision over Kade Campbell of Dethrone.
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