Announcement of the team of all Greco-Roman tournaments of national duels 16U

The 2021 Greco-Roman 16U National Duals All-Tournament team has been announced, based on the results of the Greco-Roman 16U National Duals Division, held in Loves Park, Illinois, on Wednesday and Thursday.

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 37 athletes on the all-tournament team, representing 16 different states. Three states had four athletes on the all-tournament team, Virginia, Idaho and Minnesota. California, which won the tag team title, had three on the all-tournament team, along with Missouri and Iowa. The states with two team members were Indiana, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Alabama, Kansas and Iowa. The states with an all-tournament team member were Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and Illinois.

Tennessee’s Maximus Norman (152) has won the most games among undefeated Greco-Roman athletes with nine wins.

There were 16 athletes who finished with an 8-0 record, including Noah Rankin of Virginia (94), Saxton Scott of Idaho (94), Wyatt Ulrey of Indiana Gold (94), Anthony Ciotoli of Virginia (100 ), Kolter Burton of Idaho. (106), Nicholas Owens of Georgia Red, Colt Collett of Oklahoma Blue (113), Declan Koch of Wisconsin (113), Brody Christmas of Alabama (120), Hoyt Hvass of Idaho (126), Tyson Charmoli of Minnesota Blue (132), Braeden Moore of Kansas Blue (132), David Burks of Virginia (145), Robert Kucharczk (170), De’Alcapon Veazy of Indiana Gold (182) and Willie Cox (285).

A separate team for all 16U freestyle tournaments will be announced after the men’s freestyle competition concludes on Saturday.


94 pounds
Noah Rankin, Virginia
Saxton Scott, Idaho
Wyatt Ulrey, Indiana Gold

100 pounds
Lincoln Sledzianowski Florida
Anthony Ciotoli, Virginia

106 pounds
Aaron Seidel, Pennsylvania Blue
Kolter Burton, Idaho
Nicolas Owens, Georgia Red

113 pounds
Edwin Sierra, California
Timothy Koester, Iowa
Colt Collett, Oklahoma Blue
Declan Koch, Wis.

120 pounds
Billy Townson, California
Brodie Noel, Alabama

126 pounds
Hoyt Hvass, Idaho

132 pounds
Tyson Charmoli, Minnesota Blue
Braeden Moore, Kansas Blue

138 pounds
Vince Bouzakis, Pennsylvania Blue
Minnesota Blue Alex Braun

145 pounds
Kansas Blue Jacob Goodwin
Handsome Hickman, Oklahoma Red
David Burks, Virginia

152 pounds
Maximus Norman, Tennessee

160 pounds
Tristan Steldt, Wis.

170 pounds
Bryce Burkett, Minnesota Blue
Hudson Rogers, Idaho
Brent Slade, Iowa
Robert Kucharczk, Virginia

182 pounds
Cittadino Tuttle, Minnesota Blue
De`Alcapon Veazy, Indiana Gold

195 pounds
Brennan Carey, Mo.

220 pounds
Rylan Kuhn, Mo.
Nicholas Sahakian, California

285 pounds
Lee Smith, Ill.
Cooper Martinson, Iowa
Sampson Stillwell, Mo.
Willie Cox, Alabama

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