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6A High School Girls Wrestler of the Year Poll

Vote for your Mortgage X-Change 6A Girls Wrestler of the Year.The top 3 will enter a new Poll with other divisions to vote on the All State Wrestler of the Year. Voting will end April 10th.

6A Girls Bios

Olivia DeGeorgio of College Park.  Finished the season 35-1.  Her only loss of the year was to Brittney Cotter of Morton Ranch in the CFISD finals.  Quality wins include #1-5A state champ Kylie Hernandez of El Paso Eastlake, #2 Mia Diaz of Tascosa, #3 Moe Cruz of Klein Cain, and #4 Isabella Walsh of Cinco Ranch.  This was DeGeorgio 1st state championship.

Amanda McAleavey of Houston Cypress Creek. Went undefeated at 38-0 wrestling between 119-102 weights. Quality wins are over #2 @102-6A Mia Arceneaux of Rockwall, #[email protected] Lily Broadwick of Katy Tompkins, #4 @ 119-6A Jayden Bazemore of College Park, and #2 @119-6A Carmin Allred of Euless Trinity.  McAleavey is a 3x state placer and 2x state champ placing 3rd in 2018.   McAleavey is ranked 10th nationally.

Samara Chavez of Arlington Martin. Undefeated at 24-0 on the season.  Quality wins for Chavez is #2 Carmen Allred of Euless Trinity and Oklahoma girl Allison Haynes of Broken Arrow who is ranked 6th nationally.  Chavez is a 3x state finalist and 2x state champ with her only loss in the state of Texas is to Camille Fournier her freshman year in the state finals.  2018 placed 2nd, state champ 2019 & 2020.  Chavez is the #1 nationally ranked womens wrestler at 112.

Camille Fournier of Weatherford. Undefeated at 41-0 on the year.  With 40 wins by fall per track.  For quality wins Fournier really had no competition and not that the weight class was weak but that Fournier is just that good.  You could say that her quality wins came at international competition in Sweden.  #2 ranked and 4x state placer and champ Jessica Crane of Arlington Martin kept her to a decision in the state finals match.  Fournier is a 4x state finalist and a 3x state champion.  Fournier is also ranked #3 nationally

Devin Patton of Plano West.  Undefeated at 41-0 on the year.  Patton has several quality wins. 119-5A state champ Tabitha Woods of Frisco Independence, Olivia Mottley of Cypress Ranch, #2 Illyauna Martinez of Katy Mayde Creek, and #3 Sydney Harper of Euless Trinity to name a few.  Patton is a 3x state placer with 4th place finishes in 2018, 2019, and taking the 2020 state championship.  Patton is ranked 6th nationally.

Jordan Suarez of Katy Morton Ranch.  Finished season 44-1. Not sure where Suarez received her one loss but her quality wins are notable over 2x state champ, #2 Lexie Basham of Northwest Nelson and 5A-138 state champ Madison Sandquist of Humble Kingwood Park for a couple.  Suarez is a 3x state finalist placing 2nd in 2018 & 2019 and your 2020 state champ.  Suarez is ranked 6th nationally.

Leilani Hernandez of Plano West.  Finished 37-4 on the season.  3 of her losses where up a weight at 165.  Quality wins are #2 Nia Miranda of Cypress Ranch, #3 Brooke Massaviol of Coppell (twice), and the redemption of previous loss against #4 Jason Foster of Austin Vandegrift.  Hernandez is a 2x state qualifier and 2020 state champ.  Hernandez is ranked #8 nationally.

Kaitlyn Bryant of Katy Tompkins. Ended season undefeated at 44-0. Bryant had quality wins over #2 Fahydat Bello of Houston Cypress Park and #5 Marisol Lopez of Killeen Ellison.  This was Bryant first trip to state in which she become the 2020 champ.

Brittyn Corbishley of College Park. Also ended the season undefeated at 42-0.  Quality wins are #2 Nicole Blinn of Katy Tompkins, #3 Daniella Seely of Haltom City, and #4 Lessly Sandoval of Conroe.  Corbishley is a 3x state placer, 2018 placed 6th, 2019 placed 4th, and 2020 state champ.  Corbishley is also ranked at #3 nationally.

Traeh Haynes of Cibolo Steele. Was undefeated at 41-0 to end the season.  Quality wins include, #2 Amber Latta of Oak Ridge, #3 Hannah Francis of Coppell, #2-5A and state runner up Mia Epps-Hicks, and #4 Valerie Ramos of Killeen Ellison to name a few.  Haynes is a 3x state placer, 2x state finalist.  2018 placed 3rd, 2019 placed 2nd, and 2020 state champ.  Haynes is ranked #10 nationally.