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Updated: Wyoming Seminary wins six gold medals, 13 total medals and team title in girls freestyle at the Tallinn Open in Estonia

by Gary Abbott, USA Wrestling

TALLINN, Estonia – The Wyoming Seminary girls team claimed six champion and 13 overall medals, winning the team title at the Tallinn Open on Sunday.


Individual champions for Wyoming Seminary (with U.S. national ranking) were:

• Amelia Murphy (U15, 46 kg)

• No. 11 Erica Pastoriza (Cadet 43 kg)

• Tiffany Stoshak (Cadet 46 kg)

• No. 14 Virginia Foard (Junior 50 kg)

• No. 1 Reese Larramendy (Junior 62 kg)

• No. 8 Lily El-Masri (Junior 76 kg)


“This was an incredible day for these young women. They competed whistle to whistle with grace and grit, becoming Tallinn Open team champions with six champions and many other medals,” said Wyoming Seminary head coach Erin Vandiver.


There were five SEM athletes who won silver medals: No. 2 Rianne Murphy (49 kg Cadet), HM Cici Ravanelle (61 kg Cadet), No. 8 Faith Bartoszek (65 kg Cadet), No 3 Kendall Bostelman (65 kg Junior) and Sam Simonette (76 kg Junior).


Bronze medals went to two SEM athletes: No 4 Carina Giangeruso (61 kg Cadet) and No. 6 Piper Staniford (62 kg Junior).


In the overall girls team race, Wyoming Seminary scored 79 points, a full 33 points ahead of runner-up Poland National Team. Norway’s National Team was third with 33 points. The event featured 70 clubs or national teams in the girls division.


Another U.S. wrestler, Camryn Gresham from Ohio, won a gold medal at the U15 38 kg weight class.


A group of boys from the United States won the team title in both freestyle and Greco-Roman earlier in the week.


“The girls are enjoyed the fight today by giving great effort in every match. We look forward to the week of training camp ahead to develop our wrestling and take in this cultural exchange opportunity,” said Vandiver.


TALLINN OPEN


At Talinn, Estonia, March 27, 2022



Wyoming Seminary girls placements


U15

46 kg - Amelia Murphy, gold medal

50 kg - Savannah Arroyo, 5th place

50 kg - Lisa Pastoriza, 8th place

Cadet

43 kg – No. 11 Erica Pastoriza, gold medal

46 kg - Tiffany Stoshak, gold medal

49 kg – No. 2 Rianne Murphy, silver medal

57 kg - Arianna Hernandez, dnp/15th place

61 kg - Madison Wellen, 8th place

61 kg – No. 4 Carina Giangeruso, bronze medal

61 kg – HM Krysceah Ravenelle, silver medal

61 kg - Sofia Holodick, dnp/13th place

65 kg – Charlotte Gilfoil , 5th place

65 kg – No. 8 Faith Bartoszek, silver medal

65 kg – HM Cloe Charlesworth, 7th place

Junior `

50 kg – No. 14 Virginia Foard , gold medal

50 kg – No. 16 Avery Kibelbek, 4th place

59 kg – No. 25 Veronica Whitacre, 4th place

62 kg – No. 6 Piper Staniford, bronze medal

65 kg – No. 1 Reese Larramendy, gold medal

65 kg – No. 3 Kendall Bostelman, silver medal

76 kg – No. 8 Lily El-Masri, gold medal

76 kg –Sam Simonette, silver medal

Other U.S. Placements

U15 38 kg - Camryn Gresham, gold medal

Overall Girls Team Standings

1. Wyoming Seminary, 79 pts.

2. Poland National Team, 46 pts.

3. Norway National Team, 33 pts.

4. France National Team, 28 pts.

5. Skane WW (Sweden), 26 pts.

6. SAIK (Sweden), 19 pts.

7. Team Switzerland, 17 pts.

8. DUTh Wrestling (Greece), 16 pts.

9. Young Lions (Netherlands)

10. Saiululu Sports Club (Poland)

(of 70 clubs or national teams)
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