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United World Wrestling photo of Kennedy Blades.

One of the cool things about the UWW Junior age division (17-20 years old) is that you get to see top high school talent compete against some of the best college underclassmen in the nation.

There are 25 high school stars who appeared in the November 2020 National Girls High School Rankings who have registered for the UWW Junior Nationals in Omaha, Neb. this weekend. These athletes represent 14 different states across the nation.

These young stars are taking on the challenge of wrestling against college athletes as well as other respected high school wrestlers.

Included in the entry list are four No. 1 ranked high school wrestlers:
50 kg (110 lbs.) – Samara Chavez, senior, Arlington, Texas, Arlington Martin High School, ranked No. 1 at 112
62 kg (136.5 lbs.) – Chloe Ogden, senior, Geneva, Fla., Lake Highland Prep High School, ranked No. 1 at 138
62 kg (136.5 lbs.) – Kylie Welker, junior, Waterford, Wis., Springs Studio (CO), ranked No. 1 at 144
72 kg (158.5 lbs.) – Kennedy Blades, junior, Broadview, Ill., Wyoming Seminary, ranked No. 1 at 164

Their performance in Omaha will not only affect their high school ranking, but will also allow them to raise their reputation as future recruits on the college level.

Enjoy the action live this weekend on FloWrestling.

UWW JUNIOR NATIONALS WOMEN’S FREESTYLE ENTRIES
(listed based upon their current National High School ranking)

50 kg (110 lbs.)
No. 1 at 112 – Samara Chavez, senior, Arlington, Texas, Arlington Martin High School
No. 3 at 117 – Chloe Ayres, senior, Princeton, N.J., Princeton High School
No. 6 at 106 – Sydney Petzinger, senior, Parsippany, N.J., Parsippany High School
No. 7 at 122 – Ava Bayless, junior, Greenville, Pa. Wyoming Seminary (PA)
No. 7 at 117 – Salyna Shotwell, senior, Puyallup, Wash., Rogers High School
No. 14 at 112 – Avery Kibelbek, junior, Limestone, Tenn, Wyoming Seminary (PA)

53 kg (116.5 lbs.)
No. 8 at 117 – Allison Hynes, senior, Broken Arrow, Okla , Broken Arrow High School
No. 10 at 117 – Rose Ann Marshall, senior, Stoughton, Wis., Stoughton High School
No. 17 at 117 – Ashley Morris, senior, Spring, Texas, Klein Collins High School

55 kg (121 lbs.)
No. 2 at 127 – Adrienna Turner, senior, Davis, Calif., Davis High School
No. 12 at 127 – Ngao Shoua Whitethorn, senior, Eyota, Minn., Dover-Eyota High School
No. 13 at 132 – Claire Dicugno, senior, Lake Tapps, Wash.,White River High School
No. 20 at 127 – Isabella Amaro, junior, Scappoose, Ore. Scappoose High School

57 kg (125.5 lbs.)
No. 3 at 122 – Sofia Macaluso, junior, Minisink, N.Y., Minisink Valley High School

59 kg (130 lbs.)
No. 3 at 132 – Devin Patton, senior, Plano, Texas, Coppell High School
No. 5.at 138 – Amor Tuttle, senior, St. Paul, Minn., Stillwater Area High School
No. 8 at 138 – Madison Sandquist, senior, Humble, Texas, Kingwood Park High School
No. 9 at 132 – Tiera Jimerson, senior, Moreno Valley, Calif., Northview High School

62 kg (136.5 lbs.)
No. 1 at 138 – Chloe Ogden, senior, Geneva, Fla., Lake Highland Prep High School
No. 1 at 144 – Kylie Welker, junior, Waterford, Wis., Springs Studio (CO)
No. 19 at 132 – Kendall Bostelman, junior, Napoleon, Ohio, Wyoming Seminary
No. 19 at 144 – Tyler Richardson, junior, Vale, Ore., Vale High School

68 kg (149.5 lbs.)
No. 9 at 152 – Leilani Hernandez, senior, Coppell, Texas, Plano West High School

72 kg (158.5 lbs.)
No. 1 at 164 – Kennedy Blades, junior, Broadview, Ill., Wyoming Seminary

76 kg (167.5 lbs.)
No. 3 at 180 – Brittyn Corbishley, senior, The Woodlands, Texas, College Park High School