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Junior Men’s Freestyle National Duals All-Tournament Team named

by Gary Abbott, USA Wrestling

The 2023 Junior Men’s National Duals Freestyle All-Tournament team has been announced, based upon results from the Junior Men’s National Duals in freestyle, held in Tulsa, Okla. 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 Junior Men’s freestyle, there were 46 athletes on the All-Tournament Team, representing 20 different states.


Nine athletes made the Junior Men’s Duals All-Tournament Team in both styles, after also making the Greco-Roman Team on Thursday: Domenic Munaretto of Illinois (113), Sam Herring of Pennsylvania (132), Pierson Manville of Pennsylvania (145), Leandro (LJ) Araujo of North Dakota Blue (152), Collin Guffey of California 1 (160), Tate Naaktgeboren of Iowa (182), Justin Rademacher of Oregon (182), Torin Forsyth of Kansas Blue (220) and Caeden Olin of Nebraska (220).  

Wisconsin had the most on the Junior Men’s Freestyle All-Tournament Team with five. Placing four athletes on the All-Tournament Team were Pennsylvania, Illinois, Nebraska and California. Oklahoma, Oregon and Kansas secured three wrestlers on the Freestyle All-Tournament Team. States with two athletes on the All-Tournament Team were Ohio and Iowa. Qualifying one wrestler for the All-Tournament Team were Missouri, Utah, South Carolina, Indiana, Minnesota, Washington, Tennessee, Texas and New Jersey.


Four wrestlers with perfect 9-0 records for the Junior Freestyle tournament: Nathan Rioux of Indiana (106), Marcus Blaze of Ohio Scarlet (126), Jarrel Miller Jr of Ohio Scarlet (182) and Aidan Schlett of New Jersey (220).


There were 20 wrestlers had 8-0 records for the tournament: Mason Brayfield of Missouri (100), Hunter Sanchez of Utah (100), Aydan Thomas of Oklahoma Blue (106), Isaac Hampton of Oregon (120), Kieron McCormack of Georgia Blue (126) , Kale Petersen of Iowa (132), Kannon Webster of Illinois (145) , Collin Guffey of California 1 (160), Derek Johnson of Kansas Blue (170), Daschle Lamer of Oregon (170), Noah Mulvaney of Wisconsin (170) , Tate Naaktgeboren of Iowa (182), Justin Rademacher of Oregon (182), Karson Tompkins of Texas A (195), Connor Mirasola of Wisconsin (195), Torin Forsyth of Kansas Blue (220), Cole Mirasola of Wisconsin (220), Koy Hopke of Wisconsin (285), Daniel Herrera of California 1 (285) and Dillan Johnson of Illinois (285).

JUNIOR MEN’S FREESTYLE NATIONAL DUALS ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM


100 Pounds

Mason Brayfield of Missouri went 8-0

Hunter Sanchez of Utah went 8-0

William Jakeway of South Carolina went 6-0

106 Pounds

Nathan Rioux of Indiana went 9-0

Aydan Thomas of Oklahoma Blue went 8-0

113 Pounds

Christopher Kiser of Oklahoma Blue went 7-0

Ayden Smith of Pennsylvania went 7-0

Domenic Munaretto of Illinois went 6-0

113/120 Pounds

Titan Friederichs of Minnesota Blue went 5-0

120 Pounds

Isaac Hampton of Oregon went 8-0

Seth Mendoza of Illinois went 7-0

126 Pounds

Marcus Blaze of Ohio Scarlet went 9-0

Kieron McCormack of Georgia Blue went 8-0

Miles Anderson of Nebraska went 7-0

Billy Townson of California 1 went 6-0

132 Pounds

Kale Petersen of Iowa went 8-0

Sam Herring of Pennsylvania went 7-0

Dillon Cooper of Kansas Red went 6-0

Elias Navida of California 1 went 5-0

138 Pounds

John Alden of Nebraska went 7-0

145 Pounds

Kannon Webster of Illinois went 8-0

Pierson Manville of Pennsylvania went 7-0

Smokey McClure of Washington went 5-0

152 Pounds

Vince Bouzakis of Pennsylvania went 7-0

Kody Routledge of Oklahoma Red went 6-0

Leandro (LJ) Araujo of North Dakota Blue went 5-0

160 Pounds

Collin Guffey of California 1 went 8-0

Braeden Scoles of Wisconsin went 6-0

170 Pounds

Derek Johnson of Kansas Blue went 8-0

Daschle Lamer of Oregon went 8-0

Noah Mulvaney of Wisconsin went 8-0

Dominic Bambinelli of Georgia Red went 7-0

182 Pounds

Jarrel Miller Jr of Ohio Scarlet went 9-0

Tate Naaktgeboren of Iowa went 8-0

Justin Rademacher of Oregon went 8-0

Jake Stacey of Tennessee went 7-0

195 Pounds

Karson Tompkins of Texas A went 8-0

Connor Mirasola of Wisconsin went 8-0

Mason Villwok of Nebraska went 7-0

220 Pounds

Aidan Schlett of New Jersey went 9-0

Torin Forsyth of Kansas Blue went 8-0

Cole Mirasola of Wisconsin went 8-0

Caeden Olin of Nebraska went 7-0

285 Pounds

Koy Hopke of Wisconsin went 8-0

Daniel Herrera of California 1 went 8-0

Dillan Johnson of Illinois went 8-0

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