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National Duals All-Tournament Team Announced

USA Wrestling announced their All-Tournament team for the Greco-Roman and Freestyle National Dual Championships that took place last weekend. In total, 114 schoolboy wrestlers made the list with 18 athletes earning the honor in both styles.

In Greco-Roman, 49 athletes from 20 different states made up the All-Tournament Team. Illinois claimed the most members with a total of six athletes with Missouri, Pennsylvania, and Washington following them with five members each. Following those states were Colorado, Utah, Oklahoma, Idaho, and Texas who each had four members.

 

Six athletes produced the best record for Greco-Roman as they all went 9-0 during the event. They were; Kyison Garcia of Utah (77), Jace Roller of Oklahoma (97/102), Ryan Schepers of Missouri (114), Chapman McKown of Oklahoma (119/125), Jordan Davies of Utah (149), and Andrew Jensen of Utah (165).

 

In Freestyle, 65 athletes from 25 states made up the All-Tournament Team. Pennsylvania led the way as they had six members featured on the list. Following them was Kansas with five and Oklahoma, Idaho, Nebraska, and California all having four.

 

Only one athlete produced the best record for Freestyle as Colorado’s Matthew Moore finished the event a perfect 10-0.

 

In total 18 athletes made the All-Tournament Team for both styles. Those wrestlers who accomplished this feat were: Zan Fugitt of Missouri (71/77), Cael Hughes of Oklahoma (77), Kael Lauridsen of Nebraska (83), Kannon Webster of Illinois (90), Jace Roller of Oklahoma (97/102), Kayd Craig of Idaho (102), Cory Land of Alabama (102/106), Eric Almarniez of California (110), Mateo De La Pena of Washington (110/114), Anthony Tiamzon-Aniciete of Nevada (114), Antrell Taylor of Nebraska (125), Cory Camden of Texas (130), Thor Michaelson of Washington (136), Andrew Jensen of Utah (165), Zeb Fulmer of Texas (165), Jim Mullins of New Jersey (187), Logan Badge of Michigan (187/250), and Mathew Moore of Colorado (250).

 

Of the athletes who made the All-Tournament Team for both styles, Oklahoma’s Jace Roller had the best overall record as he posted a perfect 18-0 record across both events.

 

2018 SCHOOLBOY NATIONAL GRECO-ROMAN DUALS ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

 

71 - Otto Black of Colorado Red went 8-0  

 

71 - Javann Yarbrough of Team Ohio went 5-0  

 

71 - Ethan Spacht of Illinois went 5-0  

 

71/77 - Zan Fugitt of Team Missouri went 7-0  

 

77 - Kyison Garcia of Utah went 9-0  

 

77 - Dalton Perry of Pennsylvania Blue went 7-0  

 

77 - Cael Hughes of Oklahoma Red went 6-0  

 

83 - Alessandro Nini of New Jersey went 7-0  

 

83 - Kael Lauridsen of Team Nebraska went 7-0  

 

87 - Kaleb Casey of Wisconsin went 8-0  

 

87 - Christopher Coates of Team Kansas Red went 7-0  

 

87 - Tyler Kasak of Pennsylvania Red went 6-0  

 

90 - Simon Luna of Team Idaho went 8-0  

 

90 - Aiden Smith of Michigan Red went 7-0  

 

90 - Kannon Webster of Illinois went 7-0  

 

97/102 - Jace Roller of Oklahoma Blue went 9-0  

 

97/102 - Joseph Fernau of Illinois went 6-0  

 

102 -  Kayd Craig of Team Idaho went 8-0  

 

102 -  Jordan Blew of Illinois went 5-0  

 

102/106 Cory Land of Team Alabama went 7-0  

 

106/110 Dagen Condomitti of Pennsylvania Blue went 5-0  

 

110 - Cross Earley of Team Alabama went 7-0  

 

110 -  Eric Almarniez of California Gold went 7-0  

 

110/114 Mateo De La Pena of Team Washington went 5-0  

 

114 -  Ryan Schepers of Team Missouri went 9-0  

 

114 -  Anthony Tiamzon-aniciete of Team Nevada went 7-0  

 

114/119 -  David Mayora of Illinois went 6-0  

 

119/125 - Chapman McKown of Oklahoma Blue went 9-0  

 

125 - Joe Gunzalez of Florida went 8-0  

 

125 - Juan Garcia of Colorado Red went 8-0  

 

125/130 - George Trujillo Jr of Team Washington went 7-0  

 

125 - Antrell Taylor of Team Nebraska went 7-0  

 

125/130 - Kyle Dutton of Team Missouri went 7-0  

 

130 - Corey R Camden of Team Texas went 8-0  

 

125/130 - George Trujillo Jr of Team Washington went 7-0  

 

125/130 - Kyle Dutton of Team Missouri went 7-0  

 

130/136 - Carl Chelton of Pennsylvania Red went 6-0  

 

136 - Drake Buchanan of Indiana Gold went 8-0  

 

136 - Thor Michaelson of Team Washington went 7-0  

 

149 - Jordan Davies of Utah went 9-0  

 

149 - Bryce Milster of Team Texas went 8-0  

 

165 - Andrew Jensen of Utah went 9-0  

 

165 - Zeb Fulmer of Team Texas went 8-0  

 

187 - Skeet Newton of Team Idaho went 8-0  

 

187 - Royce Deckard of Indiana Blue went 8-0  

 

187 - Jim Mullins of New Jersey went 7-0  

 

187 - Quentin Saunders of Team Kansas Red went 7-0  

 

187/250 - Logan Badge of Michigan Blue went 7-0  

 

250 - Mathew Moore of Colorado Red went 8-0   

 

2018 SCHOOLBOY NATIONAL FREESTYLE DUALS ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

 

71 - Clayton Giddens of Oklahoma Blue went 9-0  

 

71 - Mack Mauger of Team Idaho went 6-0  

 

71 - Luke Lilledahl of Team Missouri went 5-0  

 

71/77 - Zan Fugitt of Team Missouri went 6-0  

 

77 - Braden Tatum of Team Kansas Red went 8-0  

 

77 - Landyn Sommer of Oklahoma Red went 8-0  

 

77 - Cael Hughes of Oklahoma Blue went 8-0  

 

77 - Vinnie Kilkeary of Pennsylvania Red went 5-0  

 

77/83 - Nathan Payton of Team Georgia Red went 5-0  

 

83 - Kale Peterson of Iowa went 8-0  

 

83 - Kael Lauridsen of Team Nebraska went 8-0  

 

83 - Connor Payne of Team Tennessee went 8-0  

 

83 - Tyler Wells of Minnesota Blue went 7-087 - Ryder Block of Iowa went 8-0  

 

87 - Christopher Coates of Team Kansas Red went 8-0  

 

87 - Dylan Gilcher of Michigan Blue went 7-0  

 

87 - Jaden Pepe of Pennsylvania Red went 5-0  

 

87/90 - Tristan Bremer of Team Idaho went 7-0  

 

90 - Greyson Clark of Wisconsin went 8-0  

 

90 - Beau Mantanona of California Gold went 8-0  

 

90 - Kannon Webster of Illinois went 6-0  

 

90 - Alex Fernandez of Team Washington went 2-0  

 

97 - Jace Roller of Oklahoma Blue went 9-0  

 

97 - Christian Moder of Florida went 8-0  

 

97/102 - Scotty Moore of California Gold went 8-0  

 

102 - Eli Ashcroft of Team Missouri went 8-0  

 

102 - Kayd Craig of Team Idaho went 8-0  

 

102 - Cory Land of Team Alabama went 6-0  

 

102/106 - Levi Haines of Pennsylvania Blue went 6-0  

 

106 - Brennan Vanhoecke of Florida went 8-0  

 

106 - Ethan Stiles of Illinois went 5-0  

 

106/110 - Kaleb Oliver of Colorado Blue went 6-0

 

110 - Eric Almarinez of California Gold went 8-0  

 

110 - Mateo de la Pena of Team Washington went 5-0  

 

110 - Dylan Evans of Pennsylvania Blue went 5-0  

 

114 - Xerarch Tungjaroenkul of Team Kansas Red went 8-0  

 

114 - Brock Bobzien of California Gold went 8-0  

 

114 - Sammy Shires of Team Tennessee went 7-0  

 

114 - Dylan Evans of Pennsylvania Blue went 5-0  

 

114 - Anthony Tiamzon-Aniciete of Team Nevada went 5-0  

 

119 - Dylan Elmore of Team Kansas Red went 8-0  

 

119/125 - Josh Barr of Michigan Blue went 6-0  

 

125 - Antrell Taylor of Team Nebraska went 8-0  

 

125 - Ryder Rogotzke of Minnesota Blue went 7-0  

 

130 - Tyler Antoniak of Team Nebraska went 8-0  

 

130 - Corey Camden of Team Texas went 8-0  

 

130 - Ryder Hunkins of Illinois went 6-0  

 

136 - Brady Kasprick of Minnesota Red went 8-0  

 

136 - Gabe Arnold of Team Georgia Blue went 8-0  

 

136 - Thor Michaelson of Team Washington went 7-0  

 

136 - Grant Mackay of Pennsylvania Blue went 7-0  

 

149 - Justin Davis of Team Nebraska went 8-0  

 

149 - Noah Mulvaney of Wisconsin went 8-0  

 

149/165 - Nicholas Hall of Delaware went 6-0  

 

149/165 - Brad Gillum of Illinois went 6-0  

 

149/165 - Owen Jacobson of Illinois went 6-0  

 

165 - Gabriel Monroe of New York went 9-0  

 

165 - Steve Marra of Team Ohio went 5-0  

 

165/187 - Andrew Jensen of Utah went 8-0

 

187 - Quentin Saunders of Team Kansas Red went 8-0  

 

187 - Zeb Fulmer of Team Texas went 8-0  

 

187 - Jim Mullens of New Jersey went 7-0  

 

187 - Masen Cooper of New York went 6-0  

 

187/250 - Logan Badge of Michigan Blue went 7-0  

 

250 - Mathew Moore of Colorado Red went 10-0  

 

250 - Nico Rodriguez of Team Idaho went 8-0  

 

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