World of Wrestling, the parent company of the Suplay Kickoff Classic, Suplay Tulsa Nationals and the Suplay Reno World’s, recently announced their 2014 Trinity Award Winners.
After the completion of each wrestling season, World of Wrestling, puts out their famous World of Wrestling Trinity Award Winner poster that features the likes of all the wrestlers who claim the award. This year, in total, twenty-two athletes across five different divisions took home the distinguished honor.
Headlining this year’s winners are five wrestlers who were featured as Youth1 Wrestling All-Americans at the end of this season.
Leading the group was 135-pound Josiah Rider from Rifle, Colorado. Rider is one of the best youth wrestlers in the state of Colorado and played an integral part on Team Mile High’s three national dual meet championships this past season. Aside from winning the Trinity Award, Rider also won the Rocky Mountain Nationals and multiple Colorado State Championships. He was ranked on the Youth1 Wrestling All-American list as the No. 12 wrestler in the country.
Rider is joined by Team Mile High teammate in 125-pound Jaryn Curry from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Curry dominated throughout much of the season as he went undefeated at the VAC Holiday Duals and the McDonogh Duals where he was a member of Team Mile High. He also added an Oklahoma State Freestyle Championship to his Trinity Award. He came in on the Youth1 Wrestling All-American list as the 14th ranked youth wrestler in the country.
Rodrick Mosley, another Oklahoma City, Oklahoma native, also won a Trinity Award as he took home the top spot in the 95-pound weight class. Mosley was ranked as the No. 37 wrestler on the Youth1 Wrestling All-American list this past season as he also took home multiple Oklahoma State Championships, including an Oklahoma Freestyle State Championship in May.
Next up was 96-pound Juan Bazaldua from Bolingbrook, Illinois. Aside from taking home a Trinity Award, Bazaldua took home an Illinois Triple Crown. He was ranked right behind Mosley on the Youth1 Wrestling All-American list in the No. 38 spot.
The fifth and final wrestler who made an appearance on both the Youth1 Wrestling All-American list and the Trinity Award poster was Dustin Plott from Blanchard, Oklahoma. Plott won the Trinity Award at 105-pounds and was ranked by Youth1 Wrestling as the No. 43 wrestler in the country. In addition to his Trinity Award, Plott also won the USA Wrestling Folkstyle National Championships and an Oklahoma Triple Crown.
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