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Allen Wins the Chuck West Invitational in Bristow

Allen Eagles along with the Houston Westside Wolves traveled to Bristow Oklahoma this weekend where Allen takes 11 of 14 to the finals . Wins the tournament, Coach Best wins the Outstanding Coach Award, and new comer freshman AJ Ferrari wins MOW in his first High School wrestling tournament.   full brackets and team scores

Houston Westside with only 7 wrestlers puts 1 in the finals and 3 other placers.

106– We saw a semi final match of #7 ranked Gabe Martinez of Allen against #10 Christian Lopez of Westside with Martinez winning by tech fall. Martinez than loses a close one to take 2nd in the finals, while Lopez battles back to take 3rd.

113-Another Texas semi final battle saw Allens #1 ranked Noah Yeamans against Westside’s #3 ranked Daniel Hernandez, Yeaman won by decision 8-2 and went on to capture Allens first finals win over Corbyn Edwards of Coweta High last years champion and 3rd at Oklahoma State.

120-This was an all Texas Final, #2 ranked Ty-Rae Carter of Westside after waiting most of the day for his opponent to take the ACT, tech falled his way into the finals to face #6 ranked Alonzo Herrera of Allen which was a great match with Carter edging out the win 5-3.

126-#3 ranked Logan Brown of Allen won a close come from behind match against a Oklahoma state runner up in the semi finals, to lose to an Oklahoma State Champ from Coweta High School,  Bennett Moudy.  Westsides #8 ranked Antonio Figueiredo takes a 5th place finish.

132-Westside’s Daniel Allen and Allen’s Elise Brown Ton both came up short and didnt place.

138-#4 ranked Trent Dooley of Allen claimed Allen’s 2nd Championship here by beating a State Qualifier 6-3 in the finals.  Ja`Juan Pollard of Westside took 6th barely losing in OT.

145-#5 ranked Hunter Gibson of Allen took the 3rd championship by beating another state qualifier  by a 3-1 decision with a last second takedown in regulation. Trey Graham of Westside came up short and didnt place

152-Allen’s Tyler Jacob was 1 match away from placing

160-Was the eye opening of the tournament and set the stage for Freshman AJ Ferrari of Allen to step onto the scene.  #1 ranked Braedan Redlin of Allen and #1 seed of the tournament pinned his way to the finals, including a youth state champ in the semi finals in 59 seconds.  Ferrari unseated in the tournament pinned, TF, and majored his way into the finals. where he beats Redlin 3-1. and wins the MOST OUTSTANDING WRESTLER Award.

170-Cole Reed of Allen was a pinning machine, he had 6 wins all by falls to take a 3rd place finish after losing his 2nd match to one of the finalist from Geary Oklahoma.

182-#9 ranked Justin Villegas of Allen pinned his way into the finals and beat another Youth State Champ Zane Davis from Coweta HS, Allens 5th champion.

195-Was a border war, battle of the State Champs, #1 Texas ranked Mark Inglehart of Allen and #1 ranked of Oklahoma  Bear Hughes of Coweta HS. This battle went to Hughes of Oklahoma with a 4-3 decision. they could meet again next week in Reno, Tournament of Champions.

220-Was all #2 ranked Nico Manzonelli, he pinned his way all the way through for a championship for Allen’s 6th

HWT-Johnny Green from Allen didnt place.

Allen High School will travel to Reno next weekend to the Tournament of Champions, Westside will travel back to DFW to attend the Santa Slam in Coppell