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Texas Wrestlers make the 16U Greco Roman National Duals All Tournament Team

16U Greco-Roman National Duals All-Tournament Team Announced

BY GARY ABBOTT, USA WRESTLING | JUNE 14, 2019, 5 P.M. (ET)

SPOKANE, Wash. – The 2019 16U Greco-Roman National Duals All-Tournament Team has been released.

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, which was five for this event

A total of 37 athletes representing 18 different states made the 16U All-Tournament Team in Greco-Roman.

Cael Hughes of Oklahoma achieved the best record at the tournament, earning a 9-0 record at 94 pounds

Minnesota, which won the team title, led the way with the most All-Tournament team members with eight. Four states had three athletes on the Greco-Roman All-Tournament Team: Oregon, Texas, Georgia and Indiana.

The 16U National Duals conclude with the freestyle division on Friday and Saturday.

You can watch the live action on TrackWrestling

2019 16U NATIONAL DUALS GRECO-ROMAN ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
88 – Kyison Garcia (Utah) 8-0 record
88 – Alan Koehler (Minnesota Blue) 6-0
88 – Kolby Warren (Missouri) 6-0
94 – Cael Hughes (Oklahoma) 9-0
94 – Tristan Bremer (Idaho Blue) 8-0
94 – Caleb Thoennes (Minnesota Blue) 6-0
100 – Kai Owen (Florida) 8-0
100 – Christopher Martino (Idaho Blue) 8-0
100 – Jore Volk (Minnesota Blue) 6-0
106 – Kolton Malone (Oregon Red) 7-0
106 – Mason Gehloff (Minnesota Blue) 5-0
113 – Gabe Whisenhunt (Oregon Red) 8-0
120 – Max Black (Colorado) 8-0
120 – Nash Singleton (Oregon Red) 8-0
126 – Roman De La Cruz (Texas) 7-0
126 – Hayden Watson (Indiana) 5-0
126 – Derrick Cardinal (Minnesota Blue) 5-0
126/132 – David Panone (Georgia) 5-0
132 – Chase DeBlaere (Minnesota Blue) 5-0
138 – Brendon Abdon (Florida) 8-0
138 – Cael Berg (Minnesota Blue) 5-0
145 – Caleb Mata (Texas) 7-0
145 – Jared Stricker (Wisconsin) 7-0
145 – CJ Hamblin (Washington Red) 5-0
152 – Matthew Rodriguez (California) 6-0
152 – Hunter Lyden (Minnesota Blue) 5-0
170 – Christian Carroll (Indiana) 8-0
170 – Eli Sheeren (Texas) 7-0
170 – Leonard Pinto (Pennsylvania) 6-0
182 – Talmage Carman (Utah) 8-0
182 – Rylan Rogers (Washington Red) 5-0
195 – Evan Bates (Indiana) 8-0
195 – Noah Pettigrew (Georgia) 6-0
220 – Chase Horne (Georgia) 6-0
220 – Caden Ferris (Michigan) 4-0
285 – Ethan Kremer (Kansas) 8-0
285 – Remy Brancato (New Jersey) 7-0