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20th Annual CFISD Tournament – Boy’s recap

Living up to all the hype. This two-day marathon had all the drama of a major motion picture, the heartache of breaking up with your high school girlfriend, and the intensity of the state tournament which will be in the same building next month.

Wrestlers move up and down in weight. Key people not showing and teams on the NC/NS list. On top of all the Championship matches, there were tons of interesting, ranking potential matches, subplots, and swerves that I thought my head was going to explode. 6-1# ranked wrestlers took losses, the 132# bracket was something out of a gladiator movie, and at the end of the day in the last match of the tournament, my main man from Katy Rodney Trotter righted the wrong from the previous week and took back what was his. Here is how it all went down.

Wrestler Interviews

Nicholas Gorman of Bryan
Kaleb Smith of Conroe Woodlands College Park
Emma Thomas of Cypress Creek
Riah Ostrander of Keller Timber Creek
Nevada Daniels of Cinco Ranch
Aidan Shumate of Cypress Woods
R.J. Trotter of Katy
Karson Tompkins of Midlothian

Team Title

#1 College Park-Placing 10 wrestlers in the medal rounds including 1st place ribbons from Caio Aron at #126 and Alec Robeson at #150. They have a lot of work if they want to challenge for the top spot next month but dominated most of the tournament with over a 100 pt margin of victory over 2nd place. With 277 total points

#2 Southlake Carol-Placing 5 wrestlers in the medal rounds with the top performers being Dylan Ota 4th at 106 and Dylan Vaughn 3rd at 285. Finishing with 188 total points.

#3 Rockwell-Barely missing 2nd by 1 point with 187. Rockwall placed 4 in the medal round with Jake Moon taking 1st at #144 and Jarrett Stoner taking 2nd at #190

Championship Matches

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