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2013 Junior & Cadet Nationals Day 5 Recap

7/17/2013
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FARGO, N.D. -- The Cadet freestyle tournament kicked off on Wednesday in Fargo, N.D. Three rounds were wrestled at 88, 94, 100, and 160-285 pounds; while five rounds were wrestled in the 106-152 pound weight classes. The tournament will resume on Thursday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. CT, with the finals on Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. CT. Taking to the floor tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. Central is the Junior National freestyle tournament.

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Pool A: Seven wrestlers remain, five of whom are undefeated. Round four matches include William Moss (Georgia) 3-0 vs. Jason Holmes (Arizona), Tyler Lawley (Oklahoma) 2-1 vs. Brady Koontz (Wisconsin) 3-0, and Gavin Teasdale (Illinois) 3-0 vs. Louie Hayes (Illinois) 3-0; while Joe Thomas (Maryland) 2-1 has the bye.
Pool B: Eight wrestlers remain, only four left are undefeated. The next round will take the weight class down to between five and seven wrestlers. Fourth round matches feature Zac Murillo (Connecticut) 3-0 vs. Dylan Koontz (Wisconsin) 3-0, John-Paul Stedwell (Illinois) 2-1 vs. Brayden Scwalbe (Montana) 3-0, Brawley Lamer (South Dakota) 2-1 vs. Alex Crowe (Minnesota) 2-1, and Clayton Catanzarite (Ohio) 1-1 vs. Taylor Day (Oklahoma) 2-0.

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Pool A: Eight wrestlers remain in the pool, with five having perfect records. All three wrestlers on a loss face an undefeated wrestler in the fourth round, whose matches include - Dominic Lajoie (Michigan) 3-0 vs. Ramon Miranda (California) 2-0, Chase Kominek (North Carolina) 2-1 vs. Jeremy Nygard (Washington) 3-0, Jakob Campbell (Pennsylvania) 2-1 vs. Kaden Gfeller (Oklahoma) 3-0, and Tyler Johnson (Colorado) 2-1 vs. Will Kaldes (Pennsylvania) 3-0. Next up for the bye would be Kaldes.
Pool B: Nine wrestlers remain in the pool, with only four having perfect records to date. The next round will shrink the pool down to between six and eight wrestlers remaining. Those fourth round matches feature Austin Gomez (Illinois) 3-0 vs. Cole Manley (Pennsylvania) 2-0, Chase Wickman (Washington) 3-0 vs. Coby Vandertoolen (Utah) 2-1, Brendan Coughlin (Maryland) 2-1 vs. Brent Jones (Minnesota) 3-0, and Jet Tryon (Missouri) 1-1 vs. Bryce Brimhall (Utah) 1-1; while Kordell Rush (Pennsylvania) 2-1 has the bye.

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Pool A: Ten wrestlers remain in the competition, with half having an undefeated record. The fourth round features two elimination matches and two battles of the undefeated. The list of matches includes Sidney Oliver (Missouri) 2-1 vs. Daniel Planta (Maryland) 3-0, Coltan Williams (Texas) 3-0 vs. Ben Freeman (Michigan) 3-0, Drew Hildebrandt (Indiana) 2-1 vs. Joey Prata (Virginia) 2-1, Danny Vega (Arizona) 3-0 vs. Ulises Jacobo (Illinois) 3-0, and Josh Venia (Ohio) 2-1 vs. Keaton Schorr (Minnesota) 2-1. Should Planta win his match, the fifth round bye would go to Schorr then Jacobo in that order.
Pool B: Eleven remain in this pool of competition, with five having an undefeated record. The fourth round will eliminate one wrestler for sure, with three others possible to exit the tournament. Matches in this round feature Michael Doetsch (Maryland) 2-1 vs. Greg Shack (Alaska) 2-1, Ian Parker (Michigan) 3-0 vs. Brandon Carroll (South Dakota) 2-1, Matthew Schmitt (Missouri) 3-0 vs. Tanner Ward (Oklahoma) 3-0, Jaxon Cole (Utah) 3-0 vs. Logan Grass (West Virginia) 2-1, and Jack Wagner (Iowa) 3-0 vs. Grant Sorenson (Oklahoma) 2-1; while Josh Portillo (Ohio) 2-1 has the bye.

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Pool A: Eight wrestlers remain in the field after five rounds, with only three having an undefeated record. Matches in the sixth round include Michael Murphy (Tennessee) 5-0 vs. Drew West (Iowa) 4-1, Jacob Greenwood (Colorado) 4-1 vs. Chris Deloza (California) 4-1, Ty Agaisse (New Jersey) 5-0 vs. Jack Mueller (Texas) 5-0, and Austin Slates (Indiana) 3-1 vs. Travis Piotrowski (Illinois) 3-1. Should Murphy win his upcoming match, five wrestlers would remain with Mueller being positioned to take the bye.
Pool B: Seven wrestlers remain here after five rounds, three with an undefeated record. The next round has all three undefeated wrestlers facing a wrestler with one loss. Those pairings place Brian Friery (Pennsylvania) 4-1 vs. Jacob Lizak (Pennsylvania) 5-0, Quentin Hovis (Arizona) 5-0 vs. Lane Peters (Ohio) 4-1, and Skyler Hieronimus (Minnesota) 3-1 vs. Andrew Nieman (Oklahoma) 4-0; while Edward Chalifoux (Tennessee) 4-1 draws the bye. Should all three undefeated wrestlers win, the four All-Americans will have been determined. If two or zero of them win, next in position for the bye would be Peters followed by Lizak.

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Pool A: Nine wrestlers remain in this pool, with four having undefeated records. The sixth round will shrink the pool down to either six or seven wrestlers remaining. Next in position for the bye would be McKee. The matches in the upcoming round place Denzel Tovar (New Jersey) 4-1 vs. Trayton Libolt (Oregon) 4-1, Beau Guffey (Oklahoma) 4-1 vs. Collin Glorioso (Pennsylvania) 4-1, Jake Newhouse (Ohio) 5-0 vs. Mitch McKee (Minnesota) 5-0, and Taylor Ortz (Pennsylvania) 3-1 vs. Andrew Merholz (Illinois) 4-0; while Jose Rodriguez (Ohio) 5-0 has the bye.
Pool B: The same profile as in Pool A with nine remaining, four having undefeated records, and the sixth round shrinking the pool down to either six or seven wrestlers remaining. Next in position for the bye would be the Jaffe/Kramer winner. Matches in the upcoming round place Daton Fix (Oklahoma) 5-0 vs. Ryan Leisure (Iowa) 4-0, Kanen Storr (Michigan) 4-1 vs. Tyler Megonigal (Virginia) 4-1, Kyle Bierdumpfel (New Jersey) 5-0 vs. Cameron Sykora (Minnesota) 4-1, and Joshua Kramer (Arizona) 5-0 vs. A.J. Jaffe (Illinois) 4-1; while Eric Hong (Pennsylvania) 5-0 has the bye.

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Pool A: Ten wrestlers remain in the competition, four have undefeated records, while the sixth round will shrink the pool to between six and eight wrestlers left. Pairings in this round place Taylor LaMont (Utah) 5-0 vs. Chad Red (Indiana) 4-0, Quinn Devaney (Maryland) 4-1 vs. Evan Wick (California) 3-1, Wilson Smith (North Carolina) 4-1 vs. Drake Foster (Idaho) 5-0, Alex Mackall (Ohio) 5-0 vs. Mason Daugherty (Ohio) 4-1, and Brock Port (Pennsylvania) 4-1 vs. Matthew Noble (New Jersey) 4-1. Next in position for the bye is Noble, Daugherty, Port, and Mackall in that order.
Pool B: Eleven wrestlers remain in the competition here, four having undefeated records. The five matches of the sixth round feature two for sure eliminations, with three others having an undefeated wrestler facing a one loss wrestler. Those pairings include Paul Glynn (Iowa) 4-1 vs. J.D. Gregory (Virginia) 4-1, Isaiah Palomino (California) 4-1 vs. Gabe Townsell (Illinois) 4-0, Nick Noel (Arkansas) 4-1 vs. Matt McKinney (Indiana) 4-1, Jaron Jensen (Utah) 5-0 vs. Ben Lamantia (New York) 4-1, and Evan Cheek (Ohio) 5-0 vs. Greg Hilliard (Georgia) 4-1; while Brock Wilson (Pennsylvania) 5-0 has the bye. Next up for the bye is Hilliard, Lamantia, and Cheek in that order.

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Pool A: Nine wrestlers remain in the tournament after five rounds, five of them with an unblemished mark. This sixth round will shrink the field to between six and eight wrestlers, through matches involving Zander Wick (California) 5-0 vs. Nick Lee (Indiana) 5-0, Wyatt Alvis (Texas) 4-1 vs. Cole Martin (Wisconsin) 4-1, Jordan McGoingle (Pennsylvania) 4-1 vs. Zackary Diamond (Hawaii) 5-0, and Zahid Valencia (California) 5-0 vs. Louie Sanders (Minnesota) 4-1; while Ricardo Montoya (New Mexico) 5-0 has the bye.
Pool B: Nine wrestlers also remain in the proceedings of this pool, four having an undefeated mark. All four undefeated wrestlers face a wrestler with one loss in the sixth round. Those matches feature Corey Shie (Ohio) 5-0 vs. Andres Gandara (Arizona) 3-1, Parker Filius (Montana) 5-0 vs. Marty Margolis (Maryland) 3-1, Jaden Enriquez (California) 5-0 vs. Stephen Persaud (New Jersey) 4-1, and Hayden Hidlay (Pennsylvania) vs. Zachary Ritchie (Alaska) 4-1; while Dylan West (Colorado) 4-1 has the bye. Next in position for the bye is Hidlay.

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Pool A: Eight wrestlers remain in the competition, three have undefeated records. This next round (the sixth) will shrink the field down to either five or six left standing. Those sixth round matches feature Will Clark (North Carolina) 5-0 vs. Sam Morina (New Jersey) 3-1, Carter Happel (Iowa) 5-0 vs. Lucas Ortiz (Pennsylvania) 5-0, Johnny Blankenship (Missouri) 4-1 vs. Robert Lee (Wisconsin) 4-1, and Jacob Swift (Arizona) 4-1 vs. Justin Demicco (Ohio) 4-1. Next in position for the bye is Demicco, Lee, and Swift in that order.
Pool B: Nine wrestlers remain in the competition here, with five of those having an undefeated record through five rounds. The sixth round features one clash of the undefeated and one for sure elimination match, while means six to eight wrestlers will remain in the field after these matches. The pairings place Alexander Butler (Illinois) 4-1 vs. Leonard Merkin (New York) 4-0, Jonathan Ross (Pennsylvania) 5-0 vs. Conner Noonan (Oregon) 3-1, Hudson Heidorf (Kentucky) 5-0 vs. Wyatt Sheets (Oklahoma) 5-0, and Keegan Shaw (Iowa) 4-1 vs. Daniel Ebert (Connecticut) 4-1; while Nate Hagan (Ohio) 5-0 has the bye.

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Pool A: Nine wrestlers remain in the tournament after five rounds, but only three have undefeated records. The next round will result in five to seven competitors remaining. Sixth round matches feature Brady O'Keefe (Nevada) 4-1 vs. Conner Myers (Michigan) 4-1, Kaleb Young (Pennsylvania) 4-1 vs. Patricio Lugo (Florida) 4-0, David McFadden (New Jersey) 5-0 vs. Trapper Hays (West Virginia) 4-1, and Tanner Robinson (California) 4-1 vs. Jacob Woodard (Iowa) 4-1; while Isaiah White (Illinois) 5-0 has the bye. Next in position for the bye are Woodard, Hays, and Robinson in that order.
Pool B: Eight wrestlers remain in this pool, five with undefeated records. The sixth round features two battles of undefeated wrestlers, and there will be six or seven remaining in the tournament after the wrestling is completed. Matches feature Wyatt Wyckoff (California) 4-1 vs. Trey Meyer (Washington) 5-0, Chase Lemon (Idaho) 5-0 vs. Phyllip DeLoach (Illinois) 4-0, Cameron Harrell (Maryland) 5-0 vs. Jake Adcock (Georgia) 5-0, and Trae Workman (Nevada) 4-1 vs. Jeren Glosser (Iowa) 4-1.

145:
Pool A: Eight wrestlers remain in the tournament, four have undefeated records, and all face a one-loss wrestler in the sixth round. Those matches place Ryan Klemp (Idaho) 4-1 vs. Kyle Kaminski (Ohio) 4-0, Mason Manville (New Jersey) 5-0 vs. Davis Ison (Georgia) 4-1, Johnny O'Hearon (Utah) 5-0 vs. Felix Belga (Pennsylvania) 4-1, and Jakob Restrepo (New York) 4-0 vs. Chandler Michael (Oregon) 3-1. Next in position for the bye is the Belga/O'Hearon winner.
Pool B: Eight likewise remain in this pool, four also having undefeated records. After the upcoming sixth round, between five and seven wrestlers will remain in the competition. The matches in said round include D.J. Hollingshead (Pennsylvania) 4-1 vs. Payton Tawater (Colorado) 4-1, Larry Early (Illinois) 4-1 vs. Gino Titone (New York) 5-0, Austin Kraisser (Maryland) 5-0 vs. Canten Marriott (Missouri) 5-0, and Jordan Bushey (New York) 4-0 vs. Benjamin Hoof (Ohio) 3-1. Next with the bye would be Marriott.

152:
Pool A: Seven wrestlers remain in the contention after five rounds, and this sixth round could drop it down to the four All-Americans if both remaining undefeated wrestlers beat their one-loss opposition. Matches in the round include Eric Barone (Illinois) 4-1 vs. Andrew Berreyesa (Nevada) 4-0, Jesse Porter (New York) 5-0 vs. Trace Carello (Illinois) 4-1, Jose Champagne (Illinois) 4-1 vs. Andrew McNally (Ohio) 4-1; while Randy Meneweather (Illinois) 4-1 draws the bye. Next with the bye would be McNally, Carello, and Champagne in that order.
Pool B: Eight wrestlers remain in this pool, with half having an undefeated record. Matches in the sixth round will shrink the field down to between five and seven wrestlers remaining. Those matches feature Corbin Allen (Virginia) 5-0 vs. Nick Reenan (Texas) 5-0, Joey Gunther (Illinois) 5-0 vs. Taylor Lujan (Georgia) 3-1, Matt Ferraro (Illinois) 4-1 vs. Ben Stewart (Indiana) 4-1, and Brock Benitz (Wisconsin) 5-0 vs. Luke Drugac (New Jersey) 4-1. Next in position for the bye is Drugac, Stewart, and Benitz in that order.

160:
Pool A: Thirteen wrestlers remain in the tournament through three rounds, with only four having an undefeated record. Those wrestlers are Frederick Padilla (California), Kamal Bey (Illinois), Luke Enzel (Montana), and Joseph Grello (New Jersey). Spencer Haywood (Utah) draws the fourth round bye. After this round, between seven and eleven wrestlers will remain in the tournament. The bye moves next to Enzel, David Labra (Ohio), and Greg Harvey (Pennsylvania) in that order.
Pool B: Thirteen also remain in this pool, with only four having undefeated marks. Those undefeated include Zac Graver (Pennsylvania), Josh Ugalde (New Jersey), Austin Bell (Pennsylvania), and Mark Hall (Colorado). The fourth round bye goes to Dalton Hahn (Wisconsin). After the upcoming round, between seven and eleven wrestlers will remain in the tournament. The bye moves next to Shane Siewert (Minnesota), Riley DeMoss (Illinois), and Hall in that order.

170:
Pool A: Ten wrestlers remain in the tournament, six having undefeated records. The upcoming fourth round has no guaranteed eliminations and one match with undefeated competitors doing battle. Those matches feature Bridger Barker (Arizona) 3-0 vs. William Tindal (Missouri) 1-1, Derek Dragon (Pennsylvania) 2-1 vs. Brandon Fleischmann (Wisconsin) 3-0, Tyler DeMoss (Illinois) 3-0 vs. Isaiah Page (Oklahoma) 2-1, Brandon Haas (Iowa) 3-0 vs. Mitchell Owens (Washington) 3-0, and Jacob Woolson (New York) 2-1 vs. Dru Worker (Illinois) 3-0. Order for the bye is Worker followed by Owens.
Pool B: Ten wrestlers also remain here, with seven having undefeated records. The fourth round has no guaranteed eliminations, and two matches pairing up undefeated wrestlers against one another. Those matches are Wyatt Koelling (Utah) 3-0 vs. Seth Avis (California) 2-0, Mason Kerr (Iowa) 2-1 vs. Corey Hazel (Pennsylvania) 3-0, Dustin Gray (Missouri) 2-1 vs. Jared Bird (Idaho) 3-0, Beau Breske (Wisconsin) 3-0 vs. Michael Bothwell (Minnesota) 3-0, and Clark Woodward (Oregon) 2-1 vs. Dylan Lydy (Indiana) 3-0. Order for the bye is Lydy followed by Bothwell.

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Pool A: Eight wrestlers remain in contention after three rounds, with five having undefeated marks. The next round will reduce the field to either six or seven. Those fourth round matches place Justan Rivera (Georgia) 3-0 vs. Drew Phipps (Pennsylvania) 3-0, Andrew Fenton (Ohio) 2-1 vs. Mansur Abdul-Malik (Maryland) 2-1, Dylan Beeler (Washington) 2-1 vs. Brady Durieux (Ohio), and Cash Wilcke (Iowa) 3-0 vs. Mason Litz (Michigan) 3-0. Order for the bye goes Litz, Durieux, followed by Wilcke.
Pool B: Likewise weight wrestlers remain in contention after three rounds, five having undefeated marks. The next round will also reduce the field to either six or seven. Fourth round matches place Kevin Mulligan (New Jersey) 3-0 vs. Hunter Ritter (Maryland) 3-0, Jack Harris (Ohio) 3-0 vs. George Gavalas (Georgia) 3-0, Johnley Cadet (Florida) 2-1 vs. Trevor Eicher (Washington) 2-1, and Andrew Marsden (Illinois) 3-0 vs. Mark Hussey (New Mexico) 2-1. Order for the bye goes Hussey, Eicher, then Marsden.

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Pool A: Eight wrestlers remain alive in the tournament, five having undefeated records. The upcoming fourth round will shrink the field down to between five and seven remaining. Matches in the round feature Randy Scott (Indiana) 3-0 vs. Cornelius Putnam (Hawaii) 1-1, Tevis Bartlett (Wyoming) 3-0 vs. Samuel Colbray (Oregon) 3-0, Emilio Fowler (Kansas) 2-1 vs. Michael Rogers (Pennsylvania) 2-1, and Matthew Correnti (New Jersey) 2-0 vs. Jordy Evans (Utah) 1-1. Next for the bye is Rogers followed by Colbray.
Pool B: Seven wrestlers remain in the hunt here, with only three having an undefeated record. The fourth round could shrink the field down to the All-Americans if both undefeated having matches win them. Those matches feature Isaac Florell (Minnesota) 3-0 vs. Bailey Faust (Ohio) 2-1, Alex Jacobs (Illinois) 2-1 vs. Ethan Andersen (Iowa) 2-1, and Tyler Johnson (Illinois) 3-0 vs. Tyler Hall (New York) 2-1; while Brian Barnes (Oregon) draws the bye.

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Pool A: Seven wrestlers remain in contention, four having undefeated records. The fourth round will reduce the field down to either five or six remaining. Those matches place C.J. Toogood (North Carolina) 2-1 vs. Dallas Goodpaster (Washington) 2-0, Adam Treptau (Minnesota) 3-0 vs. Michael Smith (Maryland) 3-0, and Dustin Remer (Oklahoma) 2-1 vs. Brandon Metz (North Dakota) 2-1; while Romeo McKnight (Illinois) 3-0 has the bye.
Pool B: Eight wrestlers remain in the hunt here, five having undefeated records. The fourth round will shrink the field down to either six or seven remaining. Matches in this round feature Shane Coombs (Colorado) 3-0 vs. James Ford (Ohio) 1-1, James Bethel (New York) 2-1 vs. Justice Williams (Virginia) 2-1, Kyler Childers (Oklahoma) 3-0 vs. Jordan Wood (Pennsylvania) 3-0, and Youssif Hemida (New York) 2-0 vs. Lance Benick (Minnesota) 2-0.

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Pool A: Six wrestlers remain in the tournament, with the three undefeated wrestlers slated to face on-loss opposition in the fourth round. Those matches place Shawn Streck (Indiana) 3-0 vs. Hunter Toppel (Wisconsin) 2-1, James Huwe (Minnesota) 2-1 vs. Jacob Marnin (Iowa) 3-0, and Antonio James (Illinois) 3-0 vs. Raynel Brown (Kentucky) 2-1.
Pool B: Eight wrestlers remain in contention, with only two having undefeated records. This fourth round could shrink the field down to the four All-Americans, or as many as six wrestlers could remain still in the hunt. Those matches place Cortez Rodelo (Oregon) 2-1 vs. Tate Ondorff (Washington) 2-0, Kevin Vough (Ohio) 2-1 vs. Collin Braun (Missouri) 2-1, Brenden Lillo (Wisconsin) 2-1 vs. Adam Lemke-Bell (Illinois) 3-0, and George Humphreys (Georgia) 1-1 vs. Peter Strassfield (New York) 1-1.

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