31 Wrestlers Go 10-0 At 2019 VAC Holiday Duals | Youth1

31 Wrestlers Go 10-0 At 2019 VAC Holiday Duals

The 2019 VAC National Holiday Duals concluded over the weekend as 48 all-star middle schools teams competed in the toughest dual meet tournament of the season. The event, which features the best talent in the country, tests a wrestlers mental toughness and stamina as they compete in ten matches across a two day period. 

 

This year, 31 wrestlers from 20 different teams finished the event with a perfect 10-0 record. This is one of the biggest accomplishments wrestlers can fulfill on the season as the caliber of talent is the best that many will face all season long. Yes, some wrestlers and team had tougher brackets and competitors but for any onoe wrestler to go undefeated in ten straight bouts is an accomplishment that all should be proud of. 

 

Here is a look at the wrestlers who posted a perfect 10-0 record in this year’s event:
 

72-pounds

Landon Carlton of MF1 went 10-0

 

76-pounds

Cooper Hilton of Minion Legends went 10-0

Landon Sidun of PA Gold went 10-0

 

80-pounds

JaVaan Yarbrough of Ohio Scarlet went 10-0

Carson Walsh of Buxton Red Beards went 10-0

 

84-pounds

Riley Graber of Buxton Intensity went 10-0

Seth Mendoza of ScorpionsDynasty DeathRow went 10-0

 

88-pounds

Tyler Hagensen of Buxton Red Beards went 10-0

Aden Valencia of Cali Gold went 10-0

 

92-pounds

Gauge Botero of PA White went 10-0

Caio Aron of Boneyard WA went 10-0

Leo Deluca of Buxton Intensity went 10-0

Dan Jones of ScorpionsDynasty DeathRow went 10-0

 

96-pounds

Nikolaus ONeill of PA Gold went 10-0

Christopher Vargo of PA White went 10-0

 

100-pounds

Mekhi Neal of The Xpress went 10-0

Kaedyn Williams of PA Gold went 10-0

Jayden Morris of MF1 went 10-0

 

105-pounds

None

 

110-pounds

Anthony Evanitsky of The Xtreme went 10-0

August Hibler of ScorpionsDynasty No Limit went 10-0

 

115-pounds

Ethan Birden of Ohio Scarlet went 10-0

Thomas Stofka of Team Ronin went 10-0

 

120-pounds

Judah Aybar of Team Nauman Green went 10-0

Dorian Olivarez of Oklahoma Storm went 10-0

Dmitri Alarcon of DC`s Team Savage went 10-0

 

130-pounds

None

 

140-pounds

Lou Cerchio of Buxton Red Beards went 10-0

Jude Correa of New Jersey Power went 10-0

Kael Voinivich of Buxton Intensity went 10-0

Paul Ognissanti of ScorpionsDynasty DeathRow went 10-0

 

160-pounds

None 

 

210-pounds

Carter Neves of Minion Legends went 10-0

Max Shulaw of Cali Gold/Black went 10-0

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