Last weekend more than 350 schoolboy wrestlers competed in the 2019 USA Wrestling Preseason Nationals. The event, regarded as one of the top preseason events of the year, featured some of the countries top grapplers.
Below, we take a look at the top five performances in the schoolboy brackets.
The Freestyle National Champion added another major title to his resume as he won the 84-pound Preseason National Championship last week. He posted a perfect 6-0 record as he won his first four bouts by tech-fall before picking up back-to-back shutout decision to claim the brackets top spot.
Hollingsworth dominated the 105-pound bracket as he posted a perfect 6-0 record. He went unscore upon as he won three bouts by shutout decision, two by fall and one by shutout major. He took home the title when he defeated Oklahoma state champion JJ McComas-Rogers 3-0.
Coates defended his USA Wrestling Preseason National championship as he took home the 112-pound title. He won one bout by shutout major, one by fall and three others by tech-fall, including his championship match where he defeated top-seeded Braeden Moore 16-0.
Ferrari, a Texas state champion, put on a solid performance in the 120-pound bracket as he won three bouts by major, one by tech-fall and another by shutout decision. He defeated Minnesota state champion Jed Webster in the title bout 4-0.
Max Daniel Magayna
Magayna, an Iowa state champion, won his first major tournament of the season when he took home the 152-pound championship. He posted a perfect 4-0 record which included three victories by fall. He won the gold when he defeated Cole Han-Lindemyer by first period fall in :50 seconds.
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