Triple Crown Report: ISAW Schoolboy Wrestlers | Youth1

Triple Crown Report: ISAW Schoolboy Wrestlers

In our next USA Wrestling Triple Crown state spotlight, we take a look at the schoolboy wrestlers who earned an Indiana Triple Crown. 


Revin Dickman


Contenders Wrestling Academy 


Dickman captured the Folkstyle title in dominating fashion as he won three of his four bouts by fall. He followed that up by winning both the Freestyle and Gerco events in May to win a 2019 Indiana Triple Crown. 


Parker Reynolds


Contenders Wrestling Academy 


Reynolds won the Folkstyle gold by defeating Shadrach Kambleh of Pike Wrestling by major 11-2. He took home the Freestyle title with a tech-fall victory over Heather Crull of Northeastern Wrestling Club and the Greco championship with a tech-fall victory over Enrique Uribe III of Region Wrestling Academy. 


Jake Hockaday


Contenders Wrestling Academy 


Hockaday posted a perfect 5-0 record en route to his Folkstyle state championship. He won both the Freestyle and Greco events by going 3-0 in each style. 


Joshua Johnson 


Red Cobra Wrestling Academy 


Johnson won three of his five bouts by fall on his way to Folkstyle gold in March. He followed that up by winning all six of his Freestyle and Greco events by tech-fall. 


Brady Ison


Contenders Wrestling Academy 


Delaney Ruhlman


Bloomington South Wrestling Club


Ruhlman dominated the Folkstyle championship as he pinned his way to the finals before he won his fifth and final match by a 2-1 decision over Keegan Williams of Mauer Coughlin Wrestling Club. In May he posted a perfect 7-0 record across the Freestyle and Greco event to claim the 2019 Triple Crown. 


Aidan Torres


Chesterton Wrestling Club 


Torres won five bouts in the Folkstyle event and then won three in the Freestyle event and two in the Greco as he won the 119-pound Triple Crown. 


Hunter May 


Invicta Wrestling Academy 


May is one of the top youth wrestlers in the state as he owns an Indiana Triple Crown and a USAW Folkstyle National Championship. He won four Folkstyle events by fall before winning the gold with a 9-0 major. He then won six of his seven bouts in the Freestyle and Greco event by tech-fall. 


Ronin Hammond


Perry Meridian Wrestling Club


Hammond pinned his way to the 187-pound Folkstyle championship and did the same in the Freestyle event. During the Greco championships he won one bout by fall and the other by tech-fall. 



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