Schoolboy National Greco-Roman Duals All-Tournament Team announced

By Taylor Miller, USA Wrestling | June 10, 2017, 6:11 p.m. (ET)

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The 2017 Schoolboy National Greco-Roman All-Tournament team was announced following the conclusion of the competition.

There were 52 athletes on the All-Tournament Team, representing 23 different states.

Michigan led all states with five All-Tournament Team members. Team champion Georgia, along with New York and Ohio, each put four wrestlers on the team, while Virginia, Maryland, Kansas, Idaho, Indiana and Florida got three each.

To make the All-Tournament Team, an athlete must go undefeated for the two days of the tournament in that style, with a specific minimum number of matches.

The Schoolboy National Duals conclude with the freestyle division on Saturday and Sunday.

SCHOOLBOY NATIONAL DUALS GRECO-ROMAN ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

70 - Cael Hughes of Oklahoma went 9-0
70 - Logan Graf of South Dakota went 8-0
77 - Brandon Cannon of Colorado went 8-0
77 - Christopher Martino of Idaho went 5-0 
77 - Cabe Portar of Iowa went 6-0                            
84 - Caden Horwath of Michigan went 10-0
84 - Brennan VanHoeke of Florida went 7-0
84 - Cory Land of Alabama went 7-0
84 - Dagen Condomitti of Pennsylvania went 7-0
84 - Zachary Espalin of Virginia went 5-0                              
91 - Casey Swiderski of Michigan went 10-0
91 - Matt Hogue of Minnesota went 7-0
91 - Stevie Ray Barnes of Iowa went 5-0
91 - Gabriel Taboa of Idaho went 5-0            
98 - Anthony Ferrari of Texas went 7-0
98 - Ryker Johnecheck of Michigan went 7-0
98 - Ryder Rogotzke of Minnesota went 6-0
98 - Hunter Mitchell of Idaho went 5-0                                 
105 -  Jeivan Ross of Indiana went 9-0
105 - Jesse Mendez of Indiana went 8-0
105 - Jack Milos of Illinois went 6-0
105 - James Riveria of Maryland went 6-0               
112 - Gavin Brown of Ohio went 8-0
112 - Joseph Fisk of Maryland went 6-0                                
120 - James Johnston of Michigan went 10-0
120 - Nicholas Vafiadis of Virginia went 8-0
120 - Michael Altomer of New York went 7-0
120 - Damien Lopez of Illinois went 5-0                                
128 - Antwuan Burns of Ohio went 8-0
128 - Robert Weston of Georgia went 7-0
128 - Travis Ragland of Virginia went 6-0                             
136 - Stoney Buell of Michigan went 10-0                            
144 - Gunner Endicott of Ohio went 8-0
144 - Kamdyn Munro of Georgia went 7-0
144 - Lenny Pinto of Pennsylvania went 7-0                          
152 - Seth Shumate of Ohio went 8-0
160 - Quentin Saunders of Kansas went 9-0
160 - Mike TalShahar of Florida went 7-0
175 - Ethan Kremer of Kansas went 9-0
175 - Connor McHugh of Georgia went 8-0
175 - Noah Pettigrew of Georgia went 7-0
190 - Ethan Kremer of Kansas went 9-0
190 - Lucas Schott of New York went 7-0
190 - Chase Schultz of Maryland went 6-0
210 - Kyler Boren of Utah went 9-0
210 - Sean Horner of New Jersey went 8-0
210 - Chase Thompson of Florida went 7-0
210 - Gage Cook of Washington went 7-0
210 - Tyley Rice of New York went 7-0                     
265 - Matthew Munoz of Indiana went 8-0
265 - Patrick Ganter  of New York went 7-0
265 - Jake Leighty of Arizona went 6-0