High School entrants:
106 – Drake Ayala – Fort Dodge
106 – Carter Fousek – Cresco, Crestwood
106 – Aiden Riggins – Waverly-Shell Rock
113 – Cullan Schriever – Mason City
113 – Robert Howard – Central Dewitt
120 – Nick Oldham – West Des Moines Valley
120 – Adam Allard – West Sioux
120 – Aiden Evans – Bettendorf
126 – Daniel Kimball – Don Bosco
138 – Colby Schriever – Mason City
145 – Drevon Ross – Fort Dodge
Last season Cullan Schriever became the first Iowan in history to win the high school division of the prestigious Super 32 tournament when he won the 106 pound bracket. Since then he has added a 2nd Iowa state title and a Fargo national championship. Now he is back to defend his crown up at 113.
Carter Fousek won a middle school title in 2016 and was 3rd in 2017 as an 8th grader. He was also a 2018 Fargo Cadet national finalist. Now he is in high school and up a little in weight so we will see how he fares against the nations best at 106.
Nick Oldham burst onto the national scene in the last year by winning the Conflict at Carver, falling just 1 win short of placing at the Super 32, and then winning an Iowa state title. Now the top available senior in Iowa will try to up his stock even more with another strong showing this weekend.
Another of the hottest wrestlers in Iowa is Fort Dodge’s Drake Ayala. He was a 2017 Fargo Cadet national champion and had an extremely strong freshman season for the Dodgers. He is now looking to add Super 32 place winner to his resume and I look for him to do just that.
Middle School entrants:
70 – Dru Ayala – Fort Dodge
80 – Kale Petersen – Rockford
85 – Carter Freeman – Waukee
90 – Nate Jesuroga – Southeast Polk
90 – Braden Blackorby – Johnston
90 – Michael Baker – West Sioux
95 – Ryder Block – Denver
95 – McKinley Robbins – Greene County
128 – Ben Kueter – Heritage Christian (Iowa City)
128 – Damarion Ross – Fort Dodge
A strong group of middle school wrestlers are headed to the Super 32 this weekend as well. The group will be headlined by returning champion Kale Petersen who won the 75 pound bracket last season and will be at 80 pounds this year.
Ryder Block won the Super 32 elementary tournament in 2016 and will now be looking for a middle school title.
80 – Wes Anderson – Sebolt Wrestling Academy
85 – Nolan Fellers – Sebolt Wrestling Academy
120 – Dreshaun Staton-Ross – Sebolt Wrestling Academy
139 – Alexis Ross – Fort Dodge – 8th grade
One thought on “Super 32 Preview – 2018”
Good luck to all the wrestlers, go strong or go home.
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