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Schoolboy National Duals All-Tournament Team in freestyle and Greco-Roman announced

By Gary Abbott USA Wrestling | June 10, 2014, 2:28 p.m. (ET)
USA Wrestling has announced its All-Tournament Teams from the Schoolboy National Duals held in Indianapolis, Ind. last week.

To make the All-Tournament team, an athlete must go undefeated in that style and compete in a minimum number of matches established for this event.

The Schoolboy National Duals Freestyle All-Tournament Team featured 52 athletes from 24 different states. Colorado and New Jersey had the most athletes on the All-Tournament Freestyle team with five, followed by Pennsylvania with four.

The Schoolboy National Duals Greco-Roman All-Tournament Team featured 53 athletes from 23 different states. Pennsylvania had the most on the All-Tournament Greco-Roman Team with five, followed by Minnesota and Colorado with four.

A total of 17 athletes made the All-Tournament Teams in both styles, going unbeaten for the entire competition. They included Will Guida of New Jersey (70), Caden McCrary of Georgia (77), Alec McDoulett of Oklahoma (77), Drew Eller of Colorado (80), Kurt McHenry of Virginia (84), Job Greenwood of Colorado (98), Theorius Robison of Colorado (112), Brock Hardy of Utah (128), Nathan Moore of Washington (128), Dawon Andrews of Arizona (144), Ryan Karoly of New Jersey (144), Jermaine Harring of Oklahoma (152), Sebastian Mordecai of Arizona (160), Gavin Hoffman of Pennsylvania (160), Nate Jimenez of Illinois (160), Chris Handlon of Delaware (160) and John Birchmeier of Virginia (190).

Congratulations to all of these outstanding athletes for this achievement.

Schoolboy National Duals All-Tournament Freestyle Team

Weight Class/Name/State/Record

70 – Wyatt Yapoujian Colorado 8-0
70 – Will Guida New Jersey 7-0
77 – Adam Allard Iowa 9-0
77 – Caden Mccrary Georgia 8-0
77 – Justin Bierdumpfel New Jersey 8-0
77 – Alec Mcdoulett Oklahoma 5-0
84 – Drew Eller Colorado 8-0
84 – Kurt Mchenry Virginia 7-0
84 – Connor Kievman Pennsylvania 7-0
91 – Jordan Hamdan Michigan 9-0
91 – Colton Yapoujian Colorado 8-0
91 – Joe Hielman New Jersey 8-0
91 – Aaron Cashman Minnesota 6-0
91 – Brayden Curtis Indiana 5-0
98 – Job Greenwood Colorado 6-0
105 – Andrew Gamble Missouri 10-0
105 – Gerard Angelo New Jersey 8-0
105 – Aden Reeves Iowa 6-0
105 – Triston Wills Kanasa 5-0
112 – Colton Denney Oklahoma 10-0
112 – Anthony Gould Kansas 8-0
112 – Theorius Robison Colorado 7-0
120 – Carson Kharchla Ohio 9-0
120 – Aaron Brooks Maryland 6-0
120 – James Rogers Washington 5-0
128 – Brock Hardy Utah 9-0
128 – Nathan Moore Washington 5-0
128 – Josh Stillings Pennsylvania 5-0
136 – Brian Case Michigan 9-0
136 – Fredy Guevera New York 7-0
136 – Zac Musselman Utah 7-0
136 – Bryant Schaaf Wisconsin 7-0
144 – Dawon Andrews Airzona 8-0
144 – Ryan Karoly New Jersey 8-0
152 – Jermaine Harring Oklahoma 10-0
152 – Devon Stikes Indiana 5-0
160 – Sebastian Mordecai Arizona 8-0
160 – Gavin Hoffman Pennsylvania 7-0
160 – Justin Henry Maryland 6-0
160 – Nate Jimenez Illinois 6-0
160 – Chris Handlin Delaware 5-0
175 – Tyler Moore Colorado 9-0
175 – Jameel Coles Pennsylvania 8-0
175 – Trent Ragland Virginia 7-0
190 – David Blanchard Ohio 9-0
190 – Kione Gill Washington 7-0
190 – John Birchmeier Virginia 6-0
210 – Tyler Curd Missouri 10-0
210 – Matthew Wilson South Carolina 8-0
265 – Spencer Trenary Iowa 9-0
265 – Kevin Martinez Tennessee 7-0
265 – Jocob Obst Indiana 5-0

Schoolboy National Duals All-Tournament Greco-Roman Team

Weight Class/Name/State/Record

70 - Dominique Chavez Texas 8 - 0
70 – Cullan Schriever Iowa 8 - 0
70 – Will Guida New Jersey 8 - 0
70 – Brenden Chaowanpibool Washington 7 - 0
77 – Max Crowe Minnesota 8 - 0
77 – Beau Ohlson Colorado 7 - 0
77 – Caden Maccrary Georgia 7 - 0
77 – Alec Mcdoulett Oklahoma 7 - 0
77 – William Edlblute Idaho 5 - 0
84 – Kurt Mchenry Virginia 8 - 0
84 – Drew Eller Colorado 6 - 0
91 – King Sandoval Maryland 8 - 0
91 – Malik Johnson Missouri 6 - 0
98 – Job Greenwood Colorado 7 - 0
98 – Alexander Laveck Maryland 5 - 0
105 – Mason Phillips Washington 7-0
105 – Will Lewan Illinois 7-0
105 – Eric Two Lance Texas 6 - 0
112 – Brock Luthens Minnesota 9 - 0
112 – Therious Robison Colorado 7 - 0
112 – Mason Reiniche Tennessee 5 - 0
112 – Tyler Eischens Minnesota 5 - 0
120 – Nick Raimo New Jersey 8 - 0
120 – Carnell Andrews Pennsylvania 8 - 0
120 – John Mcgowen Oklahoma 6 - 0
128 – Tucker Coffman Indiana 8 - 0
128 – Nathan Moore Washington 7 - 0
128 – Brock Hardy Utah 7 - 0
128 – Luke Lipinski Minnesota 7 - 0
136 – Jason Burchell Idaho 8 - 0
136 – Jake Hendrick Pennsylvania 8 - 0
144 – Ryan Karoly New Jersey 8 - 0
144 – Tyler Dow Wisconsin 8 - 0
144 – Caleb Hetrick Pennsylvania 8 - 0
144 – Dawon Andrews Arizona 7 - 0
144 – Hunter Moyer Delaware 5 - 0
152 – Jermaine Harring Oklahoma 9 - 0
152 – Frankie Gissendanner New York 8 - 0
160 – Gavin Hoffman Pennsylvania 8 - 0
160 – Nate Jimenez Illinois 7 - 0
160 – Henley Headrick Tennessee 6 - 0
160 – Sebastian Mordecai Arizona 6 - 0
160 – Chris Handlin Delaware 5 - 0
175 – David Munisteri Georgia 7 - 0
190 – Johnathan Birchmeier Virginia 9 - 0
190 – Kaleb Reeves Iowa 8 - 0
190 – Kevion Chuun North Carolina 7 - 0
190 – Ian Malesiewski Pennsylvania 7 - 0
190 – Sergio Villalobos Illinois 6 - 0
210 – Dakoda Powell Iowa 8 - 0
210 – Kyle Cornwell Indiana 8 - 0
265 – Manny Cheam Indina 8 - 0
265 – Preston Wiss Missouri 6 - 0
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