USA wrestling announces 2018 Junior Duals All-Tournament Team

Photo by Bret Peterson

TULSA, Okla. – A total of 82 wrestlers earned the All-Tournament Team honor for the 2018 Junior National Duals held this past weekend. These talented athletes made the team by going undefeated in the two-day tournament with a minimum number of matches.

Across all three divisions, 25 states were represented.

For the women’s freestyle division, nine states were represented throughout the All-Tournament Team. Texas earned the most honors with seven athletes. Following behind was Florida with three athletes, and the remaining qualifying states totaled one athlete each.

The top record, 9-0, for the women was earned by 12 athletes: Jessica Corredor of Florida (100), Mia Palumbo of Illinois (106) Samara Chavez of Texas (112), Annamarie Crixell of Texas (117), Karoline Ortiz of Florida (122), Breanna Douglas of Kansas (132/138), Lexie Basham of Texas (138/144), Tiyahna Askew of Georgia (144/152), Kaylynn Albrecht of Texas (152), Shania Gowan of Florida (164), Sydnee Kimber of Alaska (164), Gabrielle Holloway of Texas (225).

Greco-Roman claimed 20 state representations with Minnesota in the lead with five athletes qualifying for the team. South Dakota came next with four athletes making the team. Tennessee and Washington collected three athletes each.

The top record for Greco-Roman came from five athletes earning 8-0: Joey Fisher of Pennsylvania (100), Gabe Dinette of Colorado (160), Jared Franek of North Dakota (160), Evan Bockman of Alaska (182/195), Chase Trussell of Utah (220/285).

Men’s freestyle presented 21 states to the All-Tournament Team. Iowa and Ohio claimed the most athletes with six wrestlers each. Illinois came next with five wrestlers, and behind them California, Minnesota, and Texas gathered three honors each.

Men’s Freestyle contributed the most athletes to the team with 14 wrestlers receiving 8-0: Nate Rubino of Nebraska (100), Joey Fisher of Pennsylvania (100), Ethan Wood-Finley of Iowa (106), Dominic Chavez of Texas (120), Bretli Reyna (126), Kyle Gollhofer of Georgia (126), Keegan O`Toole of Wisconsin (132), Frankie Tal-Shahar of Florida (138), Isaac Wilcox of Utah (152), Daniel Manibog of Texas (152/160), Jimmy Noel of Arkansas (170), Ben Sarasin of Iowa (170), Tate Battani of Iowa (170/182), Evan Bockman of Alaska (182/195), Wyatt Hendrickson of Kansas (195), Victor Jaquez of California (220), Nash Hutmacher of South Dakota (285) and Kaleb Reeves of Iowa (285).

For the men’s divisions, nine athletes made the team in both styles. Joey Fisher of Pennsylvania (100), Nate Rubino of Nebraska (100), Lucas Byrd of Ohio (120), Bretli Reyna of Florida (126), Daniel Manibog of Texas (152), Evan Bockman of Alaska (182/195), Wyatt Hendrickson of Kansas (195), Anthony Cassioppi of Illinois (285) and Nash Hutmacher of South Dakota (285).

Two wrestlers held the best record for the whole event. Joey Fisher of Pennsylvania (100) and Evan Bockman of Alaska (182/195) both earned a 16-0 record.

 

JUNIOR NATIONAL DUALS WOMEN’S ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

100: Jessica Corredor of Florida went 9-0

100: Grace Gundrum of Pennsylvania went 5-0

106: Mia Palumbo of Illinois went 9-0

112: Samara Chavez of Texas 1 went 9-0

117: Annamarie Crixell of Texas 1 went 9-0

117: Mary Harrell of Missouri went 8-0

122: Karoline Ortiz of Florida went 9-0

122: Jasmine Hernandez of Texas 1 went 7-0

127/132: Xochitl Mota-Pettis of Texas 1 went 8-0

132/138: Breanna Douglas of Kansas went 9-0

138/144: Lexie Basham of Texas 1 went 9-0

144/152: Tiyahna Askew of Georgia went 9-0

152: Kaylynn Albrecht of Texas 1 went 9-0

164: Shania Gowan of Florida went 9-0

164: Sydnee Kimber of Alaska went 9-0

180/200: Faith Tuttle of Minnesota went 8-0

225: Gabrielle Holloway of Texas 1 went 9-0

 

JUNIOR NATIONAL DUALS GRECO-ROMAN ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

100: Joey Fisher of Pennsylvania went 8-0

100: Eli Griffin of Oklahoma Outlaws 1 went 7-0

100: Nate Rubino of Nebraska 2 went 5-0

106: Paxton Creese of Minnesota 1 went 7-0

106:  Nicholas Lattery of Minnesota 2 went 4-0

113: Aizayah Yacapin of Washington went 7-0

113: Blake Noonan of Michigan 1 went 6-0

113: Joey Thompson of Minnesota 1 went 5-0

113: Timothy Levine of California went 5-0

120: Lucas Byrd of Ohio 1 went 6-0

120: Gabe O`Callaghan of Tennessee 1 went 5-0

126: Bretli Reyna of Florida went 7-0

126: Kellyn March of South Dakota went 7-0

126: Haden Drury of Washington went 6-0

126: Chayse LaJoie of Michigan 1 went 6-0

126: Ryan Franco of California went 5-0

132: Kobe Ames of Alaska went 7-0

132: Dylan D`Emilio of Ohio 1 went 7-0

132: Garrett Bowers of Tennessee 1 went 6-0

132: Jordan Hamdan of Michigan 1 went 6-0

132: Savion Haywood of Illinois went 5-0

138: Garrett Bowers of Tennessee 1 went 6-0

138: Ryan Wheeler of Washington went 5-0

145: Caden Moore of South Dakota went 7-0

145: Kellen Schauer of Minnesota 2 went 5-0

145: Michael Weber of North Dakota 1 went 5-0

152: Daniel Manibog of Texas 1 went 6-0

160: Gabe Dinette of Colorado went 8-0

160: Jared Franek of North Dakota 1 went 8-0

160/170: Wyatt Higgins of Georgia went 6-0

170/182: Vincent Baker of Georgia went 6-0

182/195: Evan Bockman of Alaska went 8-0

195: Wyatt Hendrickson of Kansas 1 went 7-0

195/220: Lucas Davison of Indiana went 7-0

195/220: Nick Casperson of South Dakota went 7-0

220/285: Chase Trussell of Utah went 8-0

285: Nash Hutmacher of South Dakota went 7-0

285: Anthony Cassioppi of Illinois went 7-0 *Iowa commit*

 

JUNIOR NATIONAL DUALS FREESTYLE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

100: Nate Rubino of Nebraska 2 went 8-0

100: Joey Fisher of Pennsylvania went 8-0

100: Kyle Rowan of Ohio 1 went 7-0

106: Ethan Wood-Finley of Iowa 2 went 8-0

113: Justin Cardani of Illinois went 7-0

120: Dominic Chavez of Texas 1 went 8-0

120: Andrew Chambel of Michigan went 6-0

120: Lucas Byrd of Ohio 1 went 5-0

120/126: Aden Reeves of Iowa went 5-0

126: Bretli Reyna of Florida went 8-0

126: Kyle Gollhofer of Georgia 1 went 8-0

126: Patrick Mckee of Minnesota 1 went 7-0

126: Kyle Burwick of North Dakota 1 went 7-0

132: Keegan O`Toole of Wisconsin went 8-0

132/138: Eddy Homrock of Michigan went 6-0

138: Frankie Tal-Shahar of Florida went 8-0

138: Jordan Crace of Ohio 1 went 7-0

138: Jaden Abas of California went 6-0

145: Victor Voinovich of Ohio 1 went 7-0

145: Conner Ward of Kansas 1 went 5-0

152: Isaac Wilcox of Utah went 8-0

152: Jace Luchau of California went 7-0

152: Tyler Eischens of Minnesota 1 went 5-0

152/160: Daniel Manibog of Texas 1 went 8-0

152/160: Nathan Conley of Indiana went 5-0

160: Dustin Plott of Oklahoma Outlaws 1 went 7-0

160/170: Will Lewan of Illinois went 6-0

170: Jimmy Noel of Arkansas went 8-0

170: Ben Sarasin of Iowa went 8-0

170: Colt Yinger of Ohio 1 went 6-0

170/182: Tate Battani of Iowa 2 went 8-0

170/182: Alex Cramer of Illinois went 5-0

182/195: Evan Bockman of Alaska went 8-0

182: Logan Shumacher of Iowa went 7-0

182/195: Zach Braunagel of Illinois went 6-0

182/195: Noah Cressell of Indiana went 5-0

195: Wyatt Hendrickson of Kansas 1 went 8-0

195: Jacob Cardenas of New Jersey went 7-0

195/220: Ty Moser of Minnesota 2 went 5-0

220: Victor Jaquez of California went 8-0

220: Antonio McCloud of Ohio 1 went 7-0

220: Aidan Conner of Texas 1 went 6-0

285: Nash Hutmacher of South Dakota went 8-0

285: Kaleb Reeves of Iowa 2 went 8-0

285: Anthony Cassioppi of Illinois went 7-0 *Iowa commit*

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