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USA Wrestling Kids Nationals set for June 26-27 in Farmington, Utah

by Richard Immel, USA Wrestling

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The 2023 USA Wrestling Kids Nationals is set for June 26-27 at the Legacy Events Center in Farmington, Utah, with the nation’s top seven-to-14-year-old wrestlers squaring off in freestyle and Greco-Roman competition, and the prestigious USA Wrestling Triple Crown award hanging in the balance for many.


The Triple Crown award is presented annually to kids in the 14U, 12U and 10U age divisions who win a national championship in folkstyle, freestyle and Greco-Roman during the same season. The USA Wrestling Folkstyle Nationals held in Cedar Falls, Iowa, this past April was step one of the Triple Crown process. The upcoming Kids Nationals rounds out steps two and three with the freestyle and Greco-Roman national tournaments.


Minnesota’s Jacob Graber is the only wrestler still in the running for a repeat Triple Crown performance in the kids age divisions but hasn’t registered to compete yet. 2022 Kids Triple Crown winners currently signed up and taking the mats next week include Corey Brown of Maryland, Reece Movahead of Virginia, Tyrus Alley of Missouri and Korbin Kiessling of Maryland.


In addition to the Triple Crown eligible divisions of 14U, 12U and 10U, an 8U festival division will be contested for both international styles in Utah. The Greco-Roman tournament for all divisions will be held on June 26. The freestyle competition will follow the next day, June 27. Action is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. (MT) both days.


Custom medals and All-America honors will be presented to the top eight place winners in each weight class per style across all age divisions. Wrestlers in the 10U, 12U and 14U divisions are also eligible to earn points for the Future Olympic Rankings.


Late online registration for this event closes on Sunday, June 25 at Noon (MT). Athletes may sign up to participate on location for an increased entry fee. Athletes must qualify to compete at this event by wrestling in their designated USA Wrestling Regional or with approval from their state chairperson.


General admission tickets can be purchased on site at a rate of $15 for a single day pass or $20 for a two-day pass.


The USA Wrestling Kids Nationals will be broadcast live at with the purchase of a FloWrestling subscription. Brackets for the event will be located at


2023 USA Wrestling Kids Nationals

At Legacy Events Center, Farmington, Utah, June 26-27


Quick Links

Live Stream: FloWrestling

Brackets: Greco-Roman | Freestyle

Event Details: USA Wrestling Events


Event Schedule

Monday, June 26

9 a.m. to 1 p.m. – 8U, 10U and 12U Greco-Roman

2 p.m. to 6 p.m. – 14U Greco-Roman


Tuesday, June 27

9 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. – 8U, 10U and 12U freestyle

2:15 p.m. 6:15 p.m. – 14U freestyle


*All times listed are U.S. Mountain Time.


2023 USA Wrestling Folkstyle Nationals Champions

(14U, 12U and 10U are eligible for USA Wrestling Triple Crown award)


14U Champions

71 lbs. – Johnathan Thompson (Iowa)

77 lbs. – Owen Parish (Minnesota)

83 lbs. – Jeremy Carver (Indiana)

87 lbs. – AJ Woerpel (Wisconsin)

92 lbs. – Trevor Christenson (Kansas)

97 lbs. – Michael Daleiden (Wisconsin)

102 lbs. – Martez Sheard (Wisconsin)

106 lbs. – Riker Ohearon (Utah)

110 lbs. – Luke Cline (Missouri)

114 lbs. – Carson Neubert (Wisconsin)

119 lbs. – Marcus Killgore (Arizona)

125 lbs. – Carmine Cruz (Arizona)

130 lbs. – Joaquin Chacon (Arizona)

136 lbs. – Owen Schacht (Wisconsin)

149 lbs. – Peyton Hornsby (Indiana)

165 lbs. – Isaac Barrientos (Illinois)

187 lbs. – Ceasar Salas (Indiana)

250 lbs. – William Bishop (Kansas)


12U Champions

58 lbs. – Jacob Graber (Minnesota)

63 lbs. – Beckett Moyer (Iowa)

67 lbs. – Lincoln Schulz (Minnesota)

70 lbs. – Noah Thomas (Illinois)

74 lbs. – Kai McDonald (Iowa)

78 lbs. – Jacob Saunders (Missouri)

82 lbs. – Vincenzo Mannello (New York)

86 lbs. – Jaden Washington (Illinois)

92 lbs. – Nathan Fenner (Pennsylvania)

98 lbs. – Jeremiah Hayes (Illinois)

108 lbs. – Aiden Robideaux (Oklahoma)

117 lbs. – Luke Lucero (Texas)

135 lbs. – Naijier Morris (Illinois)

160 lbs. – Bobby McNutt (Minnesota)


10U Champions

49 lbs. – John Reimer (Wisconsin)

53 lbs. – Liam King (Missouri)

56 lbs. – Adam Husk Jr. (Wisconsin)

59 lbs. – Ian Weber (Wisconsin)

63 lbs. – Jett Brenner (Arizona)

67 lbs. – Kalix Kilpatrick (Tennessee)

71 lbs. – Paxton Beckett (Washington)

77 lbs. – Jace Evers (Minnesota)

84 lbs. – Ben Howenstein (South Dakota)

93 lbs. – Eli Anderson (South Dakota)

105 lbs. – Eyston Racine (North Dakota)

120 lbs. – Ryden Schultz (Wisconsin)


8U Champions

43 lbs. – Cole Urioste (Michigan)

45 lbs. – Caden Senzig (Wisconsin)

49 lbs. – Montagne Melstrand (Wisconsin)

53 lbs. – Cohen Utesch (Iowa)

56 lbs. – Oliver Umlauf (South Dakota)

62 lbs. – Ashton Steiner (North Dakota)

70 lbs. – Beau Blevins (Kansas)

85 lbs. – Steve Islas (Arizona)


2022 USA Wrestling Kids Triple Crown Winners

Corey Brown of Maryland (14U, 71)

Travis Cardenas of Arizona (14U, 119)

Drake Morrison of Idaho (14U, 130)

Aaron Stewart of Illinois (14U, 149)

Evan Perez of Colorado (14U, 165)

Reece Movahead of Virginia (12U, 82)

Baron Rosas of Kansas (12U, 108)

Tyrus Alley of Missouri (12U, 160)

Jacob Graber of Minnesota (10U, 53)

Korbin Kiessling of Maryland (10U, 56)

Austin Armstrong of Idaho (10U, 67)

TJ Richardson of Minnesota (10U, 77)

Kody Doran of Missouri (10U, 120)

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