The Flo Tulsa Nationals concluded over the weekend. It was a weekend full of action that featured numerous upsets and a handful of wrestlers who claimed their first National Championships of theseason. It also featured six 15U wrestlers who kept their quest for the Trinity Award alive by winning their respective weight classes.
Below, we take a look at the top place winners in each of the 15U weight classes.
Kellyn March was finally able to capture his first major national championship this weekend as he took home the 75-pound title. He posted a perfect 4-0 record which included three victories by fall including one in the finals over Brenden Johnson of California in :31 seconds. Johnson took home the bronze medal as he defeated consolation bracket winner Ryan Miller of Pennsylvania 3-1 in the true second place match.
Mosha Schwartz continued his dominating ways as he took home the 82-pound gold medal. Schwartz, who also won the Kickoff Classic posted a 5-0 record which included his 10-1 major decision over Missouri State Champion Jeremiah Reno in the title match. Reno held onto second place when he defeated consolation champion Noah Surtin 6-0 in the true second place bout.
Eric Faught continued his winning ways and his quest for the Trinity Award as he won the 89-pound title. He went a perfect 6-0 and defeating in-state rival and Iowa State Champion Cade DeVos by decision 3-2. Trevor Mastrogiovanni of New Jersey took home the bronze with a 5-0 decision over California State Champion Antonio Lorenzo.
Winter National Champion, Domenic Zaccone, pulled a handful of upsets on his way to the 95-pound championship. Zaccone defeated Kickoff Classic Champion Colton Yapoujian in overtime in the quarterfinals then defeated Oklahoma State Champion Colt Newton in the semifinals before defeating Caleb Cook of Oklahoma in the finals in overtime 2-1. Cook held onto the silver as he defeated Kyle Gollhofer of Georgia by forfeit.
Beau Bartlett of Pennsylvania won his first major national championship of the season as he took home the 101-pound title. He won all six of his bouts including the championship when he won the title with a forfeit victory. Aden Reeves of Iowa took home the silver medal while Nick Oldham of Iowa won the bronze.
Julian Chlebove, the USA Wrestling Preseason National Champion, won his second major title of the season as he posted a perfect 6-0 record. He won the gold when he defeated Kevon Davenport of Michigan by major 11-1. Davenport held onto the silver as he won the true second place bout by injury default over Juan Bazaldua of Illinois.
Dustin Plott won six bouts and only gave up one point on the weekend in his quest for the 115-pound bout title. He won the gold medal when he defeated Missouri State Champion Andrew Gamble by decision 3-1. Gamble held onto the silver medal as he defeated consolation bracket winner Xavier Torres of Texas by decision 6-4.
Robert Garcia IV pulled a pair of upsets on his way to the 125-pound gold medal. Garcia IV defeated USA Wrestling Preseason National Champion Devin Schwartzkopf of Missouri in the second round and then defeated one of the top youth wrestlers in the country in the finals. He won the title when he defeated Theorius Robison of Colorado in the title bout in overtime 3-1. Robison fell to the bronze medal after he lost in the true second place bout to Midwest Classic Champion Baylor Fernandes of Illinois 4-0.
Michigan State Champion Brian Case won his first major national title of the season when he defeated Oklahoma State Champion Zane Coleman 7-5. Coleman was able to rebound and battle back for the silver when he defeated Connor Beard by fall in 1:08.
Jaryn Curry continued his question for the Trinity Award as he took home the 145-pound title. Curry, who is one of the top youth wrestlers in the country, posted a perfect 5-0 record which included a 9-0 major decision over Juwan Robinson of Texas in the finals. Taking home the bronze medal was Kansas State Champion Troy Fisher who defeated River Simon of Oklahoma 7-0 in the consolation finals.
Taking home the 157-pound title was Josh Myers of Texas. Myers, who won the Flo Kickoff Classic, dominated the competition as he won four of his five victories by fall or tech-fall. He won the gold medal match with a 4-3 victory over Ohio State Champion Michael Baker. Andrew Johnson of Kansas took home the bronze medal with his victory by fall over Arron Gilmore.
Winning the 175-pound championship was Jerome Townsell of Oklahoma. Townsell, who also won the Kickoff Classic, won three victories by tech-fall and his final match by fall when he defeated Ohio State Champion Garrett Bledsoe in 3:19. Bledsoe rebounded in the true second place match as he defeated consolation bracket winner Christian Campbell of Oklahoma by fall in 1:56.
Cohlton Schutlz of Colorado continued his dominating ways as he took home the 200-pound title in convincing fashion. He won three of his four bouts by fall or tech-fall which included a victory by fall over Jadyn Withrow of Missouri in the gold medal match. Withrow fell to the bronze medal as he lost a tough 5-1 decision to Chance Strough of Iowa in the true second place bout.
Taking home the 285-pound title was Missouri State Champion Tyler Curd. He pulled an upset in the finals as he defeated Ronald Tucker of Illinois in overtime 6-4. Tucker was able to hold onto the silver medal as he defeated consolation bracket winner Calvin Hayford of Vermont by decision 1-0.
Be sure to stay tuned to Youth1.com for our Weekly Top Performers list that will be out this Thurday.
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