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16U National Duals Freestyle All-Tournament Team announced

by Gary Abbott, USA Wrestling

The 2021 16U National Duals Freestyle All-Tournament team has been announced, based upon results from the 16U National Duals Greco-Roman division, held in Loves Park, Ill., on Friday and Saturday.

Athletes who went undefeated in their dual meet matches in freestyle qualified for the All-Tournament Team, needing a minimum of five victories to be included.

In freestyle, there were 60 athletes on the All-Tournament Team, representing 22 different states. Texas had the most All-Tournament team members with nine, followed by Ohio with eight. Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Oklahoma had four All-Tournament Team members. States with three on the All-Tournament Team were Michigan and Missouri. Putting two on the team were Florida, Nebraska, Kentucky, Idaho, Alabama, Indiana and California. States with one All-Tournament athlete were Louisiana, Minnesota, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, Iowa and New Jersey.

Winning the most matches of the undefeated freestyle athletes were Jarrett Smith of Team Michigan Blue (88), Kaison Schreiner of Team Missouri Red (88), Benjamin Davino of Illinois (126), Jake Stoffel of Wisconsin Blue (152), Maximus Norman of Tennessee (152), Rylan Kuhn of Team Missouri Red (220) and Sampson Stillwell of Team Missouri Red (285), all who had 9-0 records.

Maximus Norman of Tennessee won the most matches without a loss in both styles, going 18-0 for the four days.

There were 14 wrestlers who made the All-Tournament Team in both styles, going unbeaten in both freestyle and Greco-Roman over four days of competition. They are Lincoln Sledzianowski of Florida (100), Colt Collett of Oklahoma Red (113), Brodie Christmas of Alabama (120/126), Tyson Charmoli of Minnesota Blue (132), Vince Bouzakis of Pennsylvania Blue (138), Beau Hickman of Oklahoma Blue (145), Maximus Norman of Tennessee (152), Brent Slade of Iowa (170). Robert Kucharczk of Virginia (170/182), Brent Slade of Iowa (170/182), De`Alcapon Veazy of Indiana Gold (182), Rylan Kuhn of Team Missouri Red (220), Lee Smith of Illinois (285), Willie Cox of Alabama (285) and Sampson Stillwell of Team Missouri Red (285)


88 pounds
Jarrett Smith, Team Michigan Blue
Kaison Schreier, Team Missouri Red
Caleb Noble, Wisconsin Red

94 pounds
Devan Garcia, Team Michigan Red
Ayden Dodd, Ohio Scarlet
Haakon Peterson, Wisconsin Red

100 pounds
Alex Rozas, Louisiana
Rylan Seacrist, Ohio Scarlet
Lincoln Sledzianowski, Florida

106 pounds
Isaac Ekdahl, Nebraska

106/113 pounds
Kody Tanimoto, Team Texas

113 pounds
Jayden Raney, Kentucky
Colt Collett, Oklahoma Red

120 pounds
Jackson Blum, Team Michigan Blue
Jordyn Raney, Kentucky
Sam Herring, Pennsylvania Blue
Matthew Martino, Idaho

120/126 pounds
Brodie Christmas, Alabama

126 pounds
Benjamin Davino, Illinois

132 pounds
Tyson Charmoli, Minnesota Blue
Maddox Shaw, Pennsylvania Blue

138 pounds
Logan Paradice, Georgia Blue
Trae Rios, Oklahoma Red
Vince Bouzakis, Pennsylvania Blue

145 pounds
Alex Braun, Minnesota Blue
Cameron Clark, Indiana Gold
Kyle Lew, Team Texas
Beau Hickman, Oklahoma Blue

152 pounds
Kevin Farrell, Texas Blue
Carson Thomas, Ohio Scarlet
Claudio Torres, Florida
Brodie Dominique, Ohio
Jake Stoffel, Wisconsin Blue
Maximus Norman, Tennessee

160 pounds
Kevin Farrell, Texas Blue
Angelo Posada, California
Bronson Baxter, Team Texas

170 pounds
Cade Ziola, Nebraska
Aiden Peterson, Ohio Scarlet
Jarrel Miller, Ohio

170/182 pounds
Isaac Sheeren, Texas Blue
Robert Kucharczk, Virginia
Brent Slade, Iowa

182 pounds
Karson Tompkins, Team Texas
Aeoden Sinclair, Wisconsin Red
De`Alcapon Veazy, Indiana Gold

182/195 pounds
Rocco Dellagatta, New Jersey

195 pounds
Karson Tompkins Team Texas
Carson Gooley, Idaho

195/220 pounds
Kruz Goff, Oklahoma Blue
Aiden Cooley, Team Texas

220 pounds
Jason Singer, Pennsylvania Blue
Caleb Cunningham, Ohio Scarlet
Nicholas Sahakian, California
Rylan Kuhn, Team Missouri Red

285 pounds
Lee Smith, Illinois
Willie Cox, Alabama
Aaron Ries, Ohio
Sampson Stillwell, Team Missouri Red

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