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Junior Greco-Roman National Duals All-Tournament Team announced

by Savannah Asmann, USA Wrestling

TULSA, Okla.--The 2023 Junior National Duals Greco-Roman All-Tournament team was announced based upon the results from the Junior National Duals in Greco-Roman in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Wednesday and Thursday.


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 Junior Greco-Roman, there were 53 athletes on the All-Tournament Team, representing 21 states. Minnesota had the most All-Tournament team members with 10. Illinois followed with seven wrestlers on the All-Tournament team. States with four All-Tournament team members were Nebraska and Louisiana. Pennsylvania, North Dakota and Tennessee saw three All-Tournament team members. States with two on the All-Tournament team included Idaho, Iowa, Ohio, Washington and South Carolina. Texas, Alabama, Oklahoma, California, Utah, Oregon, Florida, Kansas and Virginia each had one wrestler named to the All-Tournament team.


Two All-Tournament Team members went a 9-0 in competition including Riggin Boger of Utah (170) and Torin Forsyth of Kansas (220).


Athletes that went 8-0 were Dylan Ota of Texas (100), Kole Davidheiser of Pennsylvania (106), Anthony Ruzic of Illinois (120), Sam Herring of Pennsylvania (132), Gabriel Mortensen of North Dakota (132), Pierson Manville of Pennsylvania (145), Jadon Skellenger of Idaho (152), Leandro (LJ) Araujo of North Dakota (152), Franklin Ordonez-Fernandez of Florida (182), Justin Rademacher of Oregon (182), Hunter Tibodeau of Washington (220), Mustafa Woodi of Ohio (285) and Soren Pirhoun of Virginia (285).


The Junior National Duals continue with freestyle competition on Friday and Saturday. Watch all of the action live on FloWrestling.

Junior Greco-Roman National Duals All-Tournament Team

100 - Dylan Ota of Texas went 8-0

100 - Caden Correll of Illinois went 5-0

106 - Kole Davidheiser of Pennsylvania went 8-0

106 - Mack Mauger of Idaho went 6-0

106 - Domenic Munaretto of Illinois went 5-0

120 - Anthony Ruzic of Illinois went 8-0

120 - Devon Miller of Oklahoma went 5-0

126 - Phoenix Contos of Ohio went 8-0

126 - Miles Anderson of Nebraska went 7-0

126 - Richie Clementi of Louisiana went 7-0

132 - Sam Herring of Pennsylvania went 8-0

132 - Gabriel Mortensen of North Dakota went 8-0

132 - Richie Clementi of Louisiana went 7-0

132 - Jarvis Little of Tennessee went 6-0

138 - Isaiah Powe of Alabama went 7-0

138 - Nolan Ambrose of Minnesota went 6-0

138 - Jarvis Little of Tennessee went 6-0

138 - Maddox Khalimsky of Illinois went 5-0

145 - Pierson Manville of Pennsylvania went 8-0

145 - Alex Braun of Minnesota went 5-0

152 - Jadon Skellenger of Idaho went 8-0

152 - Leandro (LJ) Araujo of North Dakota went 8-0

152 - Alex Braun of Minnesota went 5-0

152 - Hunter Sturgill of Tennessee went 5-0

160 - Boeden Greenley of North Dakota went 8-0

160 - Griffin Lundeen of Minnesota went 7-0

160 - Collin Guffey of California went 6-0

160 - Rory Horvath of Louisiana went 5-0

170 - Riggin Boger of Utah went 9-0

170 - Nicholas Fox of Iowa went 6-0

170 - Jed Wester of Minnesota went 5-0

170 - Bryce Burkett of Minnesota went 5-0

170 - Henry Reilly of Nebraska went 5-0

170 - Rory Horvath of Louisiana went 5-0

182 - Franklin Ordonez-Fernandez of Florida went 8-0

182 - Justin Rademacher of Oregon went 8-0

182 - Tate Naaktgeboren of Iowa went 7-0

182 - Marcell Booth of Minnesota went 7-0

182 - Brian Petry of Nebraska went 7-0

182 - Bryce Burkett of Minnesota went 5-0

195 - Marcell Booth of Minnesota went 7-0

195 - Justin Hoffer of Illinois went 6-0

195 - Hunter Sonnenberg of Washington went 6-0

195 - Riley Huck of South Carolina went 5-0

220 - Torin Forsyth of Kansas went 9-0

220 - Hunter Tibodeau of Washington went 8-0

220 - Alihan Bereket of Illinois went 7-0

220 - Heath Parrish of Minnesota went 6-0

220 - Caeden Olin of Nebraska went 5-0

220 - Riley Hucks of South Carolina went 5-0

285 - Mustafa Woodi of Ohio went 8-0

285 - Soren Pirhoun of Virginia went 8-0

285 - Alihan Bereket of Illinois went 7-0
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