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2013 Schoolboy National Duals Greco-Roman All-Tournament Team announced



INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – USA Wrestling has released the 2013 Schoolboy National Duals All-Tournament Team, which features 54 wrestlers from 23 different states.

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

Minnesota had the most All-Tournament team athletes with seven, followed by Missouri with five and Georgia, Pennsylvania and Illinois with four each.

The athlete with the best record were 126-pounder Payton Scott and 136-pounder Jermaine Herring , both of Oklahoma, who finished with 10-0 records.

2013 SCHOOLBOY NATIONAL DUALS GRECO-ROMAN ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
70 – Kurt McHenry, Virginia, 8-0 record
70 – Jace Koelzer, Kansas , 8-0
70 – Dayne Morton, Minnesota, 8-0
70 – Max Crowe, Minnesota, 5-0
77 – Manny Drexler, Wisconsin, 9-0
77- Malik Hinselman, Colorado, 8-0
77- Connor Keivman, Pennsylvania, 7-0
84 - Job Greenwood Colorado 8-0
84 - Parker Huss Minnesota 8-0
84 - Mason Phillips Washington 7-0
84 - Van Schmidt Georgia 7-0
91 - Nahan Lendt Iowa 6-0
91 - Clai Quintanilla Washington 5-0
91 - Tony Madrigal Illinois 5-0
98 - Andrew Merola New Jersey 8-0
98 - Peyton Robb Minnesota 8-0
98 - Justin McCoy Pennsylvania 6-0
98 - Tony Madrigal Illinois 5-0
98 - Rylee Molitor Minnesota 5-0
105 – Kyran Hagan Missouri 9-0
105 - Ryan Hansen Utah 8-0
105 - Joe Lee Indiana 7-0
112 - Alec Hagan Missouri 9-0
112 - Justin Ruffin Georgia 7-0
120 - Anthony Artalona Florida 8-0
120 - Brock Hardy Utah 8-0
120 - Owen Brown Georgia 7-0
120 - McCoy Tekautz Minnesota 6-0
120 - Kendall Frame Kansas 5-0
128 - Payton Scott Oklahoma 10-0
128 - Jimmy Deitz Arizona 7-0
136 - Jermain Herring Oklahoma 10-0
136 - Max Wohlabaugh Florida 8-0
136 - Braedon Orrino Washington 7-0
144 - Eric Byelick Florida 8-0
144 - Matt Ceparano North Carolina 7-0
144 - Jack Jessen Illinois 6-0
144 - Cody Dravis Minnesota 5-0
152 - Mackoy Turpen Idaho 8-0
152 - Sangobunmi Smith Georgia 7-0
160 - Alex Peplinski Wisconsin 8-0
160 - Braedon Whitman Michigan 8-0
160 - Jacob Warner Illinois 7-0
175 - Brandon Closson Utah 8-0
175 - Bryce Baumgartner Indiana 7-0
175 - Josiah Jones Pennsylvania 7-0
190 - Tyler Curd Missouri 9- 0
190 - Jacob Raboy New Jersey 8-0
210 - Matt Naig Iowa 9-0
210 - Tage McNutt Missouri 9-0
210 - Cole Rickert Pennsylvania 7-0
265 - Dylan Campton Wisconsin 8-0
265 - David Gonzales Arizona 7-0
265 - Bronnie Kinser Missouri 6-0
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