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Terry Shockley named Chairman of the Board of Governors of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame

Shockley will succeed long-time chairman Jim Keen. Sr. as Chairman of the Board....

Iowa's Tony Ramos determined to finish career with NCAA title

The Hawkeye senior will battle Virginia Tech's Devin Carter in the NWCA All-Star Classic on Saturday....

NCAA announces finalist cities for its championships for 2014-18, including wrestling at all levels

Cleveland, Kansas City, Louisville, New York City, Oklahoma City, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia & St. Louis are Div. I finalists. Div. II and III finalists also announced....

2001 Kids Nationals Folkstyle Championships to be held March 30-April 1 in Topeka, Kan.

The 2001 Kids Nationals Folkstyle Championships will be held at the Topeka Expocentre in Topeka, Kan., March 30-April 1. The best youth wrestlers in the national will be competing in the tournament. The first of three events to get to the Kids Triple Crown will start in Topeka. The Kids Folkstyle Nationals is the first of three events for Kids to attempt to win the prestigious USAW Triple Crown Title. Athletes must win the Kids Folkstyle Nationals, Kids Freestyle Nationals and the Kids Greco-Roman Nationals in order to receive a handsome award on the Midget, Novice or Schoolboy level. The age-group for the Midget group is those born in 1991-92, Novice born in 1989-90 and Schoolboy born in 1987-88. Eleven wrestlers claimed the most prestigious award in Kids wrestling last year. In the Midget Division: David Taylor of Wyoming (60), Riley Adamson of New Mexico (65), Ryan Konrath of Indiana (87) and Atticus Disney of Kansas (120). In the Novice Division: Jonathan Reader of Michigan (90) and Mike May of Minnesota (140++). In the Schoolboy Division: Lance Palmer of Ohio (75), Brent Metcalf of Michigan (115), Brandon Mason of Iowa (130), Patrick Bond of Virginia (150) and Kyle Massey of Minnesota (160+). Session times are Midget, Novice, Schoolboy/girl preliminaries, Saturday, March 31 at 9:00 a.m. until finished and Sunday, April 1 all age groups, preliminaries through finals at 8:00 a.m. until finished. For more information, please contact Event Director Greg Grater at 785-944-3630 or Event Co-Director Mike Juby at 316-663-1312. 2000 KIDS NATIONALS CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS at Topeka, Kan., March 31-April 2 Champions Midget (ages 9-10) 50 - Shane Young (PA) 55 - David Taylor (WY) 60 - Collin Palmer (OH) 65 - Riley Adamson (NM) 70 - Alex Meade Jr. (DE) 75 - Matt Gille (WI) 80 - Zac Bennett (PA) 87 - Ryan Konrath (IN) 95 - Boaz Beard (KS) 103 - Blake Warner (KS) 112 - Michael Patenaude (KS) 120- Atticus Disney (KS) 129 - Zach Kinnison (MO) 146 - Chance Alberswerth (MO) Novice (ages 11-12) 60 - Fred Santaite (NJ) 65 - Louis Ruggirello (NY) 70 - Max Shanaman (NJ) 75 - John James Mangini (NJ) 80 - Trevor Leahy (KS) 85 - Jonathan Reader (MI) 90 - Austin Carter (NJ) 95 - Andrew Kissel (WI) 100 - Andy Tracy (WI) 105 - Matt Wenger (IL) 112 - James Kernats Jr. (IL) 120 - Kyle Allen (KS) 130 - Brandon Marcis (WI) 140 - James Patterson (IL) 167 - Mike May (MN) 192 - Jesse Hardy (KS) Schoolboy/girl (ages 13-14) 70 - Lance Palmer (OH) 75 - Lewis Baker (PA) 80 - Jake Swenson (UT) 85 - Charles Knox Jr. (KS) 90 - Neil Erisman (KS) 95 - Angel Escobedo (IN) 100 - Kyle Anson (IA) 105 - Brent Metcalf (MI) 110 - Lucas Geske (KS) 115 - Steven Rodgers (IL) 120 -Zeke Lane (PA) 125 - Cole Swenson (MN) 130 - Brandon Mason (IA) 140 - Sean Richmond (PA) 150 - Patrick Bond (VA) 160 - Alex Tennison (MN) 182 - Christopher Carpenter (KS) 212 - Kyle Massey (MN) 245 - Marc Lingard (TX)
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