Triple Crown Report: Iowa Schoolboy Wrestlers | Youth1

Triple Crown Report: Iowa Schoolboy Wrestlers

In our next USA Wrestling Triple Crown Report we take a look at the wrestlers who won an Iowa USA Wrestling Triple Crown this past season in the Schoolboy and Novice divisions. 


Let’s take a look:


Wesley Anderson 


Sebolt Wrestling Academy 


Anderson won the 74-pound Novice Folkstyle championship in February as he defeated teammate Koy Davidson in the title bout 7-3. He then bumped up a division and captured both the 90-pound Freestyle and Greco-Roman gold in May when he posted a 2-0 record in each event. 


Nathanael Jesuroga


Sebolt Wrestling Academy 


Jesuroga is one of the top youth wrestlers in the state of Iowa as he won numbers state championships and a USA Wrestling Folkstyle National Championship. He won the Folkstyle gold by winning three of his five bouts by tech-fall. He won the Freestyle and Greco events by winning five of his seven combined matches by tech-fall. 


Nicholas Fox 




Fox posted a 4-0 record as he captured the Folkstyle gold with an 8-1 decision over Brayden Parke of DC Elite. He then won the Freestyle and Greco gold by winning all four of his bouts by fall to complete his quest for an Iowa USA Wrestling Triple Crown. 


McCrae Hagarty


Charles City Comets


Hagarty captured the Folkstyle title by winning two of his four bouts by fall and the championship match by tech-fall over Cade Bennethum of High Altitude Wrestling Club. He then won the Freestyle and Greco event by winning two bouts in each event, one by fall and the other by tech-fall to win the Triple Crown. 


In addition, Iowa crowed three novice wrestlers as Iowa USA Wrestling Triple Crown winners as 78-pound Steele Diercks of Agoge Wrestling Club, 86-pound Wil Oberbrockling of Sebolt Wrestling Academy and 98-pound Kyler Knaack of IAWC won gold in all three styles. 


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