Triple Crown Report: Kansas Schoolboy Wrestlers | Youth1

Triple Crown Report: Kansas Schoolboy Wrestlers

In this installment of the Triple Crown Report we take a look at the six grapplers who captured the award this past season in the state of Kansas.

Lucas Kaufman

71-pounds

Central Kansas 

 

After putting on a dominating performance in the Folkstyle event, Kaufman posted a perfect 9-0 record during the Greco and Freestyle events. Overall he posted a combined 13-0 record during his three state championships. 

 

Cason Wyrick

83-pounds

Threestyle Wrestling

 

Wyrick won the Folkstyle event by posting a perfect 4-0 record which included three victories by fall. He then won the Freestyle event with a 3-0 record and the Greco event with a 2-1 record. 

 

Owen Eck

90-pounds

Central Kansas

 

Eck was impressive in all three events as he posted a combined 9-0 record across the championships. He won six of his nine bouts by tech-fall which included three straight in the Greco state championships. 

 

Nick Treaster

97-pounds

Central Kansas

 

Treaster is one of the top youth wrestlers in the state as he won a Kansas Triple Crown as well as a Folkstyle National Championship. He won the state Folkstyle title by going unscored upon and followed that up by winning a Freestyle state title and Greco gold by posting a perfect 3-0 record in each event. 

 

A.j. Furnish

119-pounds

Central Kansas

 

Furnish won a Kansas Triple Crown as he posted a perfect 8-0 record across the three championship events. He won the Folkstyle event with a 7-4 decision over Zachary Wessley of Kansas Young Guns and then won the Freestyle and Greco gold with tech-fall victories over Matthew Dinneen of Bobcat. 

 

Jack Harvey

149-pounds

DC Gold

 

Harvey won the 12&U Folkstyle state championship in March before winning the 14&U Freestyle and Greco gold in June. He won the Folkstyle title by winning three of his four bouts by fall, won his Freestyle title with two tech-falls and then the Greco event with two victories by fall. 

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