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Bryan Baumgartner USA Wrestling
06/10/2013

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – USA Wrestling has released the 2013 Schoolboy National Freestyle Duals All-Tournament Team, which features 57 wrestlers from 20 different states.

To qualify for the All-Tournament team, an athlete must go undefeated with at least five matches in the tournament.

Illinois had the most All-Tournament team athletes with 10, followed by Pennsylvania with eight and Washington and Indiana with four each.

Max Crowe of Minnesota finished with an 11-0 record, earning him the most wins of the tournament.

A total of 24 athletes posted undefeated records in both the Greco-Roman and freestyle tournaments and earned spots on both All-Tournament Teams.

Malik Heinselman(Colorado/77 lbs.), Kyran Hagen (Missouri/105 lbs.), Brock Hardy (Utah/120 lbs.), Payton Scott (Oklahoma/128 lbs.) and Jermain Herring (Oklahoma/136 lbs.) all posted 17-0 overall records, tying for the best record of the weekend.


2013 SCHOOLBOY NATIONAL DUALS FREESTYLE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
70 – Max Crowe, Minnesota, 11-0 record
70 – Jace Koelzer, Kansas, 7-0
77 – Malik Heinselman, Colorado, 9-0
77 – Connor Keivman, Pennsylvania, 7-0
77 – Cody Phippen, Kansas, 7-0
77 – Brandon Kaylor, Washington, 5-0
84 – Mason Phillips, Washington, 8-0
84 – Van Schmidt, Georgia, 7-0
84 – Matt Parker, Pennsylvania, 7-0
84 – Parker Huss, Minnesota, 5-0
91 – Tony Madrigal, Illinois, 6-0
91 –Clai Quintanilla, Washington, 5-0
91 –Conner Brown, Missouri, 5-0
98 – Andrew Merola, New Jersey, 7-0
98 – Jacori Teemer, New York, 6-0
98 – Jason Renteria, Illinois, 5-0
105 – Kyran Hagen, Missouri, 8-0
105 – Dominic Paar, Pennsylvania, 6-0
105 – Jason Renteria, Illinois, 5-0
112 – Beau Bratcher, Oklahoma, 7-0
112 – Chase Hauck, Pennsylvania, 6-0
112 – Jake Polk, Illinois, 5-0
120 – Brock Hardy, Utah, 9-0
120 – Owen Brown, Georgia, 8-0
120 – Hayden Krein, Wisconsin, 8-0
120 – Anthony Artalona, Florida, 8-0
120 – Anthony Scantlin, Kansas, 7-0
128 – David Carr, Ohio, 8-0
128 – Braeden Redlin, Texas, 7-0
128 – Payton Scott, Oklahoma, 7-0
128 – Jaime Hernandez, Illinois, 6-0
128 – Zach Lee, Wisconsin, 5-0
136 – Braeden Orrino, Washington, 8-0
136 – Max Wohlabaugh, Florida, 8-0
136 – Ryan Angeloni, Texas, 7-0
136 – Jermain Herring, Oklahoma, 7-0
144 – Eric Byelick, Florida, 8-0
144 – Bo McIntosh, Ohio, 8-0
144 – Jack Jessen, Illinois, 6-0
144 – Kameron Bush, Michigan, 6-0
152 – Nathan Walton, Indiana, 8-0
152 – Brandon Whitman, Michigan, 8-0
152 – Blake Barrick, Pennsylvania, 7-0
160 – Andrew Davison, Indiana, 8-0
160 – Jacob Whitman, Illinois, 5-0
175 – Bryce Baumgartner, Indiana, 8-0
175 – Josiah Jones, Pennsylvania, 7-0
175 – Dylan Duque, New York, 6-0
175 – Dymir Davis-Karrugh, Pennsylvania, 6-0
175 – Jacob Warner, Illinois, 5-0
175 - Mason Kroenig, Illinois, 5-0
190 – Anthony Deire, Delaware, 6-0
190 – Nathan Shultz, Illinois, 6-0
210 – Brady Shephard, Indiana, 8-0
265 – Eric Bentler, Wisconsin, 8-0
265 – Treshawn Plunkett, Iowa, 7-0
265 – Brendan Furman, Pennsylvania, 7-0

WRESTLERS WHO WENT UNDEFEATED IN BOTH TOURNAMENTS
70 – Jace Koelzer, Kansas, 15-0
70 – Max Crowe, Minnesota, 16-0
77 – Malik Heinselman, Colorado, 17-0
77 – Connor Keivman, Pennsylvania, 14-0
84 – Parker Huss, Minnesota, 13-0
84 – Mason Phillips, Washington, 15-0
84 – Van Schmidt, Georgia, 14-0
91 –Clai Quintanilla, Washington, 10-0
91 – Tony Madrigal, Illinois, 11-0
98 – Andrew Merola, New Jersey, 15-0
105 – Kyran Hagen, Missouri, 17-0
120 – Anthony Artalona, Florida, 16-0
120 – Brock Hardy, Utah, 17-0
120 – Owen Brown, Georgia, 15-0
128 – Payton Scott, Oklahoma, 17-0
136 – Jermain Herring, Oklahoma, 17-0
136 – Max Wohlabaugh, Florida, 16-0
136 – Braeden Orrino, Washington, 15-0
144 – Eric Byelick, Florida, 16-0
144 – Jack Jessen, Illinois, 12-0
152 – Brandon Whitman, Michigan, 16-0
175 – Jacob Warner, Illinois, 12-0
175 – Bryce Baumgartner, Indiana, 15-0
175 – Josiah Jones, Pennsylvania, 14-0



 
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