All-Tournament Greco-Roman 14U National Duals Team Announced
The 2021 Greco-Roman 14U National Duals Tournament team has been announced, based on the results of the Greco-Roman 14U National Duals Division, held in Indianapolis, Indiana, on Thursday and Friday.
Athletes who went undefeated in their Greco-Roman doubles encounter qualified for the All-Tournament Team, requiring a minimum of five wins to be included.
In Greco-Roman, there were 51 athletes on the all-tournament team, representing 25 different states. Three states had four athletes on the all-tournament team, tag team champion New Jersey plus Michigan and Indiana. Teams with three All-Tournament team members were Minnesota, Missouri, Illinois, Florida, and Ohio. come with two
California’s Thales Silva (71) and Isaac Padilla (130) have won the most games among the undefeated Greco-Roman athletes, who have both won nine games.
There were 20 wrestlers who finished with an 8-0 record for the tournament: Corey Brown of Maryland (71), Ariah Mills of Georgia (71), Hudson Chittum of Tennessee (77), Liam Collins of Minnesota (83) , Carter Shin of Virginia (97), Rocco Cassioppi of Illinois (102), Gary High of Tennessee (102), Austin Collins of Colorado (114), Malachi Puckett of Tennessee (125), Kawaryran Vasquez of Florida (130) , Mason Basile of Florida (136), Cooper Rowe of Minnesota (136), Eli Esguerra of Ohio (149), Marcus Andrews of Florida (165), Danny Zmorowski of Ohio (165), Anthony Ausherman of Pennsylvania ( 187), Christopher Belmonte of New York (250) and Alex Taylor of Ohio (250).
A separate team for all 14U freestyle tournaments will be announced after the men’s freestyle competition concludes on Sunday.
TEAM 14U NATIONAL DUALS GRECO-ROMA ALL TOURNAMENT
Corey Brown, Maryland
Ariah Mills, Georgia
Thales Silva, California
Brycen Dawley, Washington
Vincent DeMarco, Ill.
Hudson Chittum, Tennessee
Liam Collins, Minnesota Storm
Keegan Bassett, Pennsylvania Blue
Cameron Sontz, New Jersey
Gavin Landers, Iowa
Jordan Bell, Team Missouri
Kaleb Blackner, Utah Team
Caleb Schaefer, Team Indiana Gold Medalist
Carter Shin, Virginia Team
Finnegan O`Brien, New York team
Grayson Fuchs, Michigan Blue Team
Rocco Cassioppi, Ill.
Gary High, TN
Legend Ellis, Oklahoma Outlaws Red
Oklahoma Outlaw Red Justus Heeg
Zayn Navarrete, Texas
Mason Carlson, Utah team
Braylon Reynolds, Indiana team gold
Parker Zutter, Minnesota Storm
Austin Collins, Colorado Blue
Calvin Martz, Michigan Blue Team
Wyatt Burns, Michigan team
Landen Kocher-Munoz, Kansas Red
Quinten Cassiday, Michigan team
Thomas Gibbs, Team Indiana Gold Medalist
Jaxon Unger, Alabama
Malachi Puckett, Tennessee
Joseph Schinder, New Jersey
Kawaryran Vasquez, Florida team
Isaac Padilla, California
Lucas Boe, Team Indiana Gold Medalist
Mason Basile, Florida team
Cooper Rowe, Minnesota Storm
Sergio Calleros, Ill.
Aaron Stewart, Ill.
Eli Esguerra, Ohio Gray
Brayden Koester, Iowa
Joseph Monticello, New Jersey
Marcus Andrews, Florida team
Danny Zmorowski, Ohio Gray
Jace Renfro, Team Missouri
Nevin Mattessich, New Jersey
Anthony Ausherman, Pennsylvania Red
DJ Glidewell, Team Missouri
Christopher Belmonte, New York Team
Alex Taylor, Ohio Gray