2014 Suplay Reno Worlds 12U Recap | Youth1

2014 Suplay Reno Worlds 12U Recap

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The Reno Livestock Event Center played host to the annual Suplay Reno Worlds, which saw top competitors from various states face off in Reno, NV.

Here’s a look at the 12U division: Reno Worlds

Curtez Riley used a major decision and fall to reach the 64-pound finals, where he defeated Noah Worthington of Salem Elite with a 9-4 decision. Worthington won the second-place match, and Marco Herrera of Fremont Wrestling Club finished third.

Ricardo Oviedo of Perrysburg reached the 67-pound finals thanks to a fall and two shutouts. In the championship match, he scored a 4-3 decision against Hunter Mode of Crook County. Mode bounced back to finish second, followed by Evan Taylor of California Grizzlies.

With a 7-5 sudden victory, Cullan Schriever of Sebolt Wrestling Academy won the 70-pound weight class, which game him his ninth straight first-place finish this year. Kellyn March of Legends of Gold won the second-place match, and Jacob Rivera of Darkhorse came in third.

Devin Murphy of Golden Boyz started off strong, kicking off his weekend with a technical fall and two straight pinfalls. He capped off his title run with a 9-4 decision in the finals against Jace Fraser of Star Wrestling. Justin Mastroianni of Apex won the second-place match, and Fraser finished third.

Jaden Two Lance of Dallas Dynamite defeated Anthony Sissom of Spanish Springs Wrestling Club with a 2-1 decision in their championship bout to win the 76-pound title. Sissom won the second-place match, and Johnathon Viveros of Dethrone finished third.

Legend Lamer of Legends of Gold pinned his first four opponents over the weekend, and clinched the 80-pound championship with a 6-4 sudden victory over Isaiah H. Gonzalez of Metro Mat Club Vipers. Gonzalez bounced back to win the second-place match, and Salvador Gutierrez of Pomona Elite came in third.

Jared Horstman of El Dorado Hills Wrestling Club kicked off his title run with two straight falls and two consecutive technical falls. He took home the 84-pound title after a 7-4 decision in his finals matchup against Cleveland Belton of Team SoCal. Belton finished second, followed by Marques Chan of Metro Mat Club Vipers.

Sammy Silveria of Modesto Youth Wrestling pinned his first two opponents over the weekend, and capped off his title run with a 7-5 decision against Christian Hudson of Cougar Wrestling Club. Hudson bounced back to finish second, and Ty Nohelty of Roller Academy of Wrestling came in third.

Eric Rivera of Darkhorse started off strong, pinning his first four opponents over the weekend, and clinching the 92-pound title with a 4-0 decision over Michael Reagan of Roller Academy of Wrestling. Reagan won the second-place match, and Cade Lindsey of Derby Wrestling Club finished third.

Juan Bazaldua of Martinez Elite defeated Chase Saldate of Gilroy Hawks with a 13-3 major decision to take home the 96-pound championship. The win is Bazaldua’s eighth straight first-place finish dating back to late last year. Saldate won the second-place match, and Max Wheeler of White River Hornets came in third.

Albert Ferrari of Best Trained Wrestling reached the 100-pound finals by pinning his first four opponents. In the finals, Ferrari scored a 6-0 decision against Ian Carlos of Salem Elite. Ashton Habeil of Brandon Wrestling Club bounced back after an early loss to win five straight in the consolation bracket and finish second. Carlos came in third.

Dustin Plott of Oklahoma Wrestling Academy was impressive over the weekend, starting things off with back-to-back technical fall shutouts and finishing out his title run with three straight pinfalls. Gabriel Cortez of Team SoCal finished second, followed by Aidan Campbell of Maize Wrestling Club.

Carlos Ruffo of Team Reign defeated Brett Villarreal of Ranger Wrestling Club with a 5-1 decision to take home the 110-pound title. Brett Villarreal won the second-place match, and Nathan Villarreal of Gilroy Hawks came in third.

Christian Rodriguez of Team Machine pinned four of his five opponents and shutout the other one en route to the 120-pound championship. Nicholas Villarreal of Gilroy Hawks won the second-place match, and Avery Jaramillo of Churchill High School came in third.

Nathan Moore of White River Hornets used a technical fall and three falls to reach the 130-pound finals, where he scored a 10-0 major decision against Elijah Fisher of Team Bullcatcher, who came in second. Troy Mantanona of CVBJJ finished third.

Franky Almaguer of Granger Purebred defeated Erich Osteen of Titan Mercury Wrestling Club with a 10-3 decision in their championship bout to win the 145-pound title. Kyle Knowles of Edmond Generals won five straight matches in the consolation bracket to come in second, and Osteen finished in third.

Jacob Lightner of Elite Force Wrestling pinned his first two opponents and clinched the 160-pound title with a 3-0 decision over Santos Cantu of Salem Elite. Nathan Tausch of Poway finished second, followed by Cantu.

Nic Jarvis of Minion pinned all three of his opponents over the weekend to clinch the heavyweight title. Fabian Maldonado of Avenal Youth Wrestling finished second, followed by Anthony Alcantar. 


Written by: Adam Littman 

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