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CADET NATIONAL DUALS GRECO-ROMAN ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

BY KORAL SUGIYAMA, USA WRESTLING | JUNE 16, 2018, 12:23 A.M. (ET)

SPOKANE, Wash. – The release of the 2018 Cadet National Greco-Roman Dual All-Tournament Team followed the tournament Thursday evening.

To make the All-Tournament Team, an athlete must go undefeated for the two days of the tournament in that style, with a specific minimum number of matches.

43 athletes represented 16 different states on the All-Tournament Team.

Jore Volk of Minnesota achieved the best record at the tournament, earning 9-0.

Even though Washington finished second in the Gold/Silver bracker, they lead the way with the most All-Tournament team members – seven athletes. Minnesota followed with five athletes earning the All-Tournament honor, and Texas trailed close behind with four young men making the team.

 

CADET NATIONAL DUALS GRECO-ROMAN ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

88 – Jore Volk of Minnesota Storm Blue went 9-0

88 – Mason Gehloff of Minnesota Storm Red went 7-0

88 – Christopher Martino of Idaho Red went 6-0

94 – Payton Jacobson of Wisconsin went 8-0

94 – Evan Tallmadge of New Jersey went 7-0

94/100 – Benjamin Aranda of Illinois went 5-0

106 – Kenndyl Mobley of Washington went 7-0

106 – Daniel Wask of New Jersey went 7-0

106 – Cael Swensen of Minnesota Storm Red went 6-0

113 – Nicholas Kayal of New Jersey went 7-0

113 – Chase Randall of Washington went 5-0

120 – Brendon Abdon of Florida went 6-0

120 – Haiden Drury of Washington went 6-0

120 – Khyler Brewer of Missouri went 6-0

126 – Owen Berry of Colorado went 7-0

126 – Caleb Henson of Georgia went 7-0

126 – Donovan Fisher of Texas went 6-0

126 – Fabian Lopez of Illinois went 6-0

126 – Scott Robertson of Utah went 5-0

132 – Matthew Singleton of Georgia went 7-0

123 – Braxton Sorenson of Idaho Red went 6-0

132 – Robby Vaughn of Washington went 5-0

138 – Aaden Valdez of Colorado went 7-0

138 – Tanner Warden of Texas went 6-0

138 – Gabe Hawthorne of Washington went 6-0

145 – Micah Wiginton of Texas went 6-0

145/152 – Tyler Lillard of Georgia went 7-0

145/152 – Carson Manville of Pennsylvania went 5-0

152 – Nicholas Zavala of California went 7-0

152 – Hunter Meinzen of Montana went 6-0

160 – Jack Darrah of Missouri went 8-0

160 – Quayin Short of Minnesota Storm Red went 7-0

160 – Weston Lyver of Washington went 5-0

160 – Tucker Naccarato of Utah went 5-0

170 – Duwayne Villalpando of Kansas went 8-0

182 – Kyle Haas of Kansas went 8-0

182 – Darwin Hull of Texas went 6-0

195 – Elijah Olson of Colorado went 7-0

195 – Gable Watson of Idaho Red went 6-0

195 – Brandon Hoselton of Illinois went 6-0

220 – Dominik Vacura of Minnesota Storm Red went 5-0

220/285 – Braxton Mikesell of Washington went 5-0

285 – Colby Whitehill of Pennsylvania went 7-0