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The UIL 5A Finals are Set

Good morning Texas wrestling fans…it’s time to crown the 2016 UIL 5A State Champions.

 

Frisco Centennial is starting the day off with a slight lead.  Centennial put all six of their wrestlers into medals rounds with five in the finals.  Rockwall is only four points back but they are going to need their four wrestlers on the back side to score some bonus points to take over first.  Canyon Randall is not mathematically out, but they are going to need some help with only four wresters left in the tournament.

 

 

1. Frisco Centennial 89.0
2. Rockwall Heath 86.0
3. Canyon Randall 78.5
4. Frisco Liberty 69.0
5. Dumas 63.0
6. Amarillo Palo Duro 46.5
7. A&M Consolidated 45.0
8. Austin Vandegrift 40.0
9. El Paso Hanks 39.0
10. Grapevine 34.0

 

 

106

#1 Johnathon Ortegon of Canyon Randall vs. #5 John Geiger of Leander

 

113

#2 Victor Segura of RGC Grulla vs. #5 Gregory Coapstick of Frisco Centennial

 

120

#3 Zarik Anderson of Rockwall Heath vs. #2 Gabe Costa of Prosper

 

126

#1 Michael Sanchez of El Paso Hanks vs. #5 Bailer Thomason of Canyon Randall

 

132

#1 Mario Vasquez of Amarillo Palo Duro vs. #2 Virley Session of Frisco Liberty

 

138

#3 Jacob Moore of Frisco Centennial vs. #1 Riley Jacops of Austin Vandegrift

 

145

#1 Chase Roth of Argyle vs. #2 Zach Garza of Dumas

 

152

#1 Jordan Robison of Frisco Liberty vs. #2 Adam Wachnin of Austin Vandegrift

 

160

#3 Tell Ward of College Station vs. #1 Zach Diaz of Boys Ranch

 

170

#1 Christian McBroom of Canyon Randall vs.  #2 JT Belcourt of Pampa

 

182

#1 Luke Hodsden of Dripping Springs vs. #2 Samuel Lund of Springtown

 

195

#1 Noah Sims of Frisco Centennial vs. #5 Zachary Dobbins of Rockwall Heath

 

220

#1 Khalil Gibson of Amarillo Palo Duro vs  #2 Alex Hernandez of Frisco Centennial

 

285

#1 Brian Andrews of Grapevine vs. #3 Nwankwo Nwankwo of Richmond Foster