Delgado Makes the USA U15 Team, Plus New Ranking System from USA Wrestling

Texas had 4 girls and 1 boy travel to the U15 Pan American Team Trials in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Zayn Navarrete of NB Elite Wrestling Club @ 57kg in both Freestyle and Greco Roman.  Hailey Delgado of NXT Level Wrestling Academy @ 42kg, Katelynn Dockery @ 46kg, and Landri Von Gonten both of Legacy Wrestling Club @ 58kg, and Remington LaFlamme Cypress Wrestling Club @ 66kg.

Zayn Navarrete had the top spot in the Greco Roman weight class @ 57kg and won his first match then got bested by the eventual champion by 10-8 in the quarter finals then lost his 3rd match to end his Greco Roman run.

In Freestyle Navarrete goes 2-2 and pulls out a 5th place finish.

Hailey Delgado @ 42kg had the highest PIN for the girls and went 2-1 in her weight class placing first which put her into the best of 3 series against the #2 place wrestler, Sofia Paris.  Delgado had already previous beaten Paris by a 6-4 decision in the bracket.  Delgado also wins the first of 3 against Paris with the same score 6-4.  Delgado takes care of business in her 2nd match getting the 3-0 win to secure her spot-on Team USA by placing first in her bracket.  Delgado will go to Panama City, Panama in November.

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