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Oct 25 Cadet National Freestyle Duals All Tournament Team announced

June 15, 2013, 10:58 p.m. (ET)
USA Wrestling has released the 2013 Cadet National Freestyle Duals All-Tournament team, which features 39 wrestlers from 19 different states.

To qualify for the All-Tournament team, an athlete must go undefeated with at least five matches in the tournament.

Illinois had the most All-Tournament Freestyle Team members with five, followed by Michigan Blue and Indiana with four each.

A total of 12 athletes made All-Tournament Team in both freestyle and Greco-Roman at the Cadet National Duals. Two of the athletes, Cade Olivas of California at 88 pounds, and Patricio Lugo III of Florida at 138 pounds, finished with 16-0 records for the two events, the best records of the tournaments.

2013 CADET NATIONAL DUALS FREESTYLE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS
88 - Cade Olivas of California went 7-0
88 - Gavin Teasdale of Pennsylvania Red went 7-0
94 - Jaxon Cole of Utah went 8-0
94 - Kaden Gfeller of Oklahoma Red went 7-0
100 - Ben Freeman of Michigan Blue went 8-0
100 - Jeremy Nygard of Washington went 7-0
100 - Jimmy Pawelski of Illinois went 6-0
106 - Daton Fix of Oklahoma Red went 7-0
106 - Spencer Lee of Pennsylvania Red went 7-0
106 - Andrew Nieman of Oklahoma Blue went 5-0
113 - Jack Mueller of Texas went 8-0
113 - Dylan Udero of New Mexico went 8-0
113 - Brock Hudkins of Indiana went 6-0
120 - Ethan Karsten of Missouri went 8-0
120 - Chad Red of Indiana went 7-0
120 - Taylor LaMont of Utah went 7-0
126 - Nick Lee of Indiana went 7-0
132 - Wyatt Sheets of Oklahoma Red went 7-0
138 - Conner Myers of Michigan Blue went 8-0
138 - Patricio Lugo III of Florida Red went 8-0
138 - Leonard Merkin of New York went 5-0
145 - Larry Early of Illinois went 5-0
152 - Taylor Lujan of Georgia Red went 7-0
160 - Joseph Grello of New Jersey went 8-0
160 - Kamal Bey of Illinois went 5-0
160 - Riley Demoss of Illinois went 5-0
170 - Jelani Embree of Michigan Blue went 8-0
170 - Seth Avis of California went 7-0
182 - Mason Litz of Michigan Blue went 8-0
182 - Trevor Eicher of Washington went 7-0
195 - Frank Carrasco of New Mexico went 8-0
195 - Bailey Faust of Ohio Red went 8-0
195 - Emilio Fowler of Kansas went 7-0
195 - Tyler Johnson of Illinois went 6-0
220 - Eddie Sternad of Ohio Blue went 8-0
220 - Dallas Goodpaster of Washington went 7-0
220 - James Bethal of New York went 5-0
285 - Shawn Streck of Indiana went 7-0
285 - Jeremy Boswell of Georgia Blue went 5-0
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