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Pennsylvania repeats as 14U Girl’s Freestyle National Duals champion

by Richard Immel, USA Wrestling

Team Pennsylvania after winning the 14U Girl’s Freestyle National Duals title. (Bret Peterson, IAwrestle)

 

Photo: Team Pennsylvania after winning the 14U Girl’s Freestyle National Duals title. (Bret Peterson, IAwrestle)

 

TULSA, Okla. – It was a banner day for Pennsylvania as it trounced Florida, 44-19, in the finals of the Gold/Silver bracket to complete a perfect 8-0 run at the 14U Girl’s National Duals and cement a first-place finish in freestyle for the third year running.  

 

Although the championship dual ended up with a lopsided score, the runners-up from Florida gave Pennsylvania all it could handle, jumping out to a quick lead as Jada Williams (136) and Makayla Harrison (185) picked up pins in the first two contested matches of the finals. Pennsylvania picked up two forfeits in the first four weight classes to keep pace with Florida early on, but the momentum leaned in Florida’s favor heading into bout five at 79 pounds.

 

Four pins in a row from the Keystone State bunch gave Pennsylvania a lead that wound up being insurmountable. Brooklyn Henry (79), Emma Grimes (85), Morgan Hyland (92) and Shannon Logue (97) each scored falls for Pennsylvania in the critical stretch from 79 pounds to 97 pounds.

 

Florida punched back with a pair of 10-0 technical falls from Maya Alvarado (101) and Abigail Gonzalez (105). However, it wouldn’t be enough as Kennedy Unrue (110), Cordy Zalota (119) and Riley Jackson (127) sent Pennsylvania to the winner’s circle in style with bonus point wins to end the meet.

 

It was a magical run to the finals for Florida, who came into the tournament ranked No. 19 of 20 teams in the pre-ranking seeds. Florida went 3-1 to take the Pool D title yesterday before earning a place in today’s championship match courtesy of wins over Pool A champion Texas Red and Pool B champion Washington in Gold/Silver Pool action.

 

Washington rebounded from its loss to Florida to take third place overall. Kylee Wicklund (145), Isabelle Goedl (85), Winter West (92) and Emerson Woods (105) picked up pins for Washington in its 44-11 win over Oklahoma Blue in the third-place dual.

 

The fifth-place match between Texas Red and Tennessee was a barnburner that came down to the final bout. Elliotte Strange of Texas Red topped Tennessee’s Lexi Dean, 14-1, at 127 pounds to ice the dual. Additionally, Kylie Smith picked up a critical 30-second pin for Texas Red at 110 pounds to help secure the win.

 

Seventh place was awarded to Ohio, who took down Kansas, 35-24, in large part due to pins from Scout Phillips (92), Cameron Leng (105), Carolyn Geckler (110) and Rylee Dearwester (127).

 

The 14U Girl’s National Duals hits reset tomorrow as the Greco-Roman division is set to kick off at 8 a.m. (CT). The tournament will run alongside the Junior Men’s Freestyle and Junior Women’s Greco-Roman National Duals at Cox Convention Center.

 

Brackets for the 14U Girl’s National Duals are available on Trackwrestling.com and the live stream can be accessed through FloWrestling.com.  

 

14U Girl’s Freestyle National Duals

At Tulsa, Okla., June 14-15

 

Gold/Silver Pool Results

Team Standings

1st Place - Pennsylvania

2nd Place - Florida

3rd Place - Washington

4th Place - Oklahoma Blue

5th Place - Texas Red

6th Place - Tennessee

7th Place - Ohio

8th Place - Kansas

 

1st Place Match

Pennsylvania defeated Florida, 44-19

136 lbs. – Jada Williams (Florida) fall Charlotte Hunt (Pennsylvania), 0:50

145 lbs. – Jameson Strickland (Pennsylvania) winner by forfeit

185 lbs. – Makayla Harrison (Florida) fall Fallon Jackson (Pennsylvania), 2:00

72 lbs. – Cidney Schaffer (Pennsylvania) winner by forfeit

79 lbs. – Brooklyn Henry (Pennsylvania) fall Lydia Gonzalez (Florida), 0:49

85 lbs. – Emma Grimes (Pennsylvania) fall Mia Parker (Florida), 1:05

92 lbs. – Morgan Hyland (Pennsylvania) fall Emerson Webber (Florida), 0:14

97 lbs. – Shannon Logue (Pennsylvania) fall Cora Hayes (Florida), 1:43

101 lbs. – Maya Alvarado (Florida) fall Mimi Skowronski (Pennsylvania), 0:51

105 lbs. – Abigail Gonzalez (Florida) tech. fall Alexis Lauta (Pennsylvania), 10-0

110 lbs. – Kennedy Unrue (Pennsylvania) tech. fall Zoe Delgado (Florida), 10-0

119 lbs. – Cordy Zalota (Pennsylvania) fall Arianna Ruiz (Florida), 2:15

127 lbs. – Riley Jackson (Pennsylvania) fall Paige Ulrey (Florida), 1:41

 

3rd Place Match

Washington defeated Oklahoma Blue, 44-11

136 lbs. – Parker Martinez (Oklahoma Blue) fall Berkley McCullough (Washington), 2:32

145 lbs. – Kylee Wicklund (Washington) fall Miangel Jackson (Oklahoma Blue), 1:49

185 lbs. – Vida Cienega (Washington) dec. Riley Samarripa (Oklahoma Blue), 14-11

72 lbs. – Double forfeit

79 lbs. – Maisie Elliott (Washington) tech. fall Emalyn Johnston-Stewart (Oklahoma Blue), 12-0

85 lbs. – Isabelle Goedl (Washington) fall Remy Whitney (Oklahoma Blue), 0:35

92 lbs. – Winter West (Washington) fall Amiyah Marsh (Oklahoma Blue), 1:48

97 lbs. – Jaylyn Lazzerini (Oklahoma Blue) tech. fall Aleksia Ramirez (Washington), 10-0

101 lbs. – Bailee Wagner (Washington) winner by forfeit

105 lbs. – Emerson Woods (Washington) fall Kyah Leyba (Oklahoma Blue), 1:52

110 lbs. – Ramona Reinitz (Washington) tech. fall Bristol Norris (Oklahoma Blue), 11-0

119 lbs. – Malia Ottow (Washington) dec. Emily Beckley (Oklahoma Blue), 5-3

127 lbs. – Saige McCleery (Washington) fall Clover Williams (Oklahoma Blue), 3:48

 

5th Place Match

Texas Red defeated Tennessee, 28-24

136 lbs. – Delilah Queen (Tennessee) tech. fall Claire Guydon (Texas Red), 10-0

145 lbs. – Remington LaFlamme (Texas Red) tech. fall Janiya Johnson (Tennessee), 12-2

185 lbs. – Blake Baker (Texas Red) tech. fall Elizabella Laurin (Tennessee), 10-0

72 lbs. – Double forfeit

79 lbs. – Double forfeit

85 lbs. – Easton Dadiomoff (Tennessee) tech. fall Lillian McHam (Texas Red), 12-0

92 lbs. – Brynlee Mooney (Texas Red) winner by forfeit

97 lbs. – Ryleigh Sturgill (Tennessee) inj. def. Katelynn Dockery (Texas Red), 1:04

101 lbs. – Addison Hunt (Texas Red) winner by forfeit

105 lbs. – Libby Robledo (Tennessee) winner by forfeit

110 lbs. – Kylie Smith (Texas Red) fall Isabella Sanchez (Tennessee), 0:30

119 lbs. – Caroline Hilton (Tennessee) tech. fall Lucy Clarno (Texas Red), 14-3

127 lbs. – Elliotte Strange (Texas Red) tech. fall Lexi Dean (Tennessee), 14-1

 

7th Place Match

Ohio defeated Kansas, 35-24

136 lbs. – Carly McAtee (Kansas) fall Reghan Koch (Ohio), 0:57

145 lbs. – Veronica Madrid (Kansas) fall Vivienne Legato (Ohio), 0:35

185 lbs. – Alicia Ramirez (Ohio) winner by forfeit

72 lbs. – Anna Brasiel (Ohio) winner by forfeit

79 lbs. – Double forfeit

85 lbs. – Cali Otero (Ohio) winner by forfeit

92 lbs. – Scout Phillips (Ohio) fall Krislynn Martinez (Kansas), 1:13

97 lbs. – Kaison Miller (Kansas) tech. fall Delaney Tackett (Ohio), 10-0

101 lbs. – Reana Spangler (Kansas) fall Lylah Adams (Ohio), 3:04

105 lbs. – Cameron Leng (Ohio) fall Lahna Passmore (Kansas), 0:12

110 lbs. – Carolyn Geckler (Ohio) fall Brooklyn Simpson (Kansas), 0:26

119 lbs. – Gray Joyce (Kansas) fall Jannah Rahman (Ohio), 0:31

127 lbs. – Rylee Dearwester (Ohio) fall Mya Courtney (Kansas), 0:55

 

Bronze/Copper Pool Results

Team Standings

1st Place - Wisconsin

2nd Place - Illinois

3rd Place - Minnesota Blue

4th Place - Michigan Blue

5th Place - Missouri

6th Place - Virginia

7th Place - South Carolina

8th Place - Arizona Black

 

1st Place Match

Wisconsin defeated Illinois, 41-14

 

3rd Place Match

Minnesota Blue defeated Michigan Blue ,43-16

 

5th Place Match

Missouri defeated Virginia, 32-20

 

7th Place Match

South Carolina defeated Arizona Black, 0-0

 

Red/Blue Pool Results

Team Standings

1st Place - North Dakota

2nd Place - Indiana

3rd Place - Arkansas

4th Place - North Carolina

 

Round 1

Indiana defeated Arkansas, 32-16

North Dakota defeated North Carolina, 49-0

 

Round 2

North Dakota defeated Arkansas, 49-0

Indiana defeated North Carolina, 34-15

 

Round 3

Arkansas defeated North Carolina, 30-15

North Dakota defeated Indiana, 40-14

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