Cadet National Freestyle Duals All-Tournament Team announced

By USA Wrestling | June 18, 2017, 11:35 a.m. (ET)
The All-Tournament Team in freestyle has been announced from the Cade National Duals, a dual meet competition featuring 15-16 year old wrestlers representing state association teams.

An athlete must go undefeated in a minimum number of matches in that specific style to earn All-Tournament Team honors.

In freestyle, there were 63 athletes, representing 21 different states. Minnesota had the most All-Tournament athletes in freestyle with seven, followed by Michigan with six. States earning five All-Tournament selections in freestyle were Iowa, Ohio, New Jersey, Tennessee, Kentucky and Illinois.

Of the athletes on the All-Tournament Team in freestyle, the best record was 9-0, achieved by Nick Masters of Georgia (120), Alex Mosconi of Indiana (138) and David Key of Georgia (170).

There were 14 wrestlers who made All-Tournament team in both freestyle and Greco-Roman: Richard Treanor of North Carolina (88), Chance Lamer of Oregon (88), Carson Manville of Minnesota (126), Alex Mosconi of Indiana (138), Alex Facundo of Michigan (145), Nevan Snodgrass of Ohio (152), Zach Glazier of Minnesota (160), Drew Bowker of New Jersey (182), Bradley Williams of Tennessee (195), Peter Christiansen of Illinois (195), Tarik Sutkovic of Arizona (220), Thomas Mukai of Virginia (220), Jacob Kaminski of Illinois (220) and Donovan King of Michigan (285).

Of the All-Tournament Team members who doubled up in both styles, the best overall record was a combined 17-record, which was achieved by Alex Mosconi of Indiana (138).

CADET FREESTYLE NATIONAL DUALS ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
88 - Chance Lamer of Oregon went 8-0
88 - Drake Ayala of Iowa Gold went 8-0
88 - Blake West of Minnesota Storm went 7-0
88 - Richard Treanor of North Carolina Blue went 7-0
94 - Kyle Rowan of Ohio Red went 7-0
100 - Cullan Schriever of Iowa Gold went 8-0
100 - Yusief Lillie of Washington went 7-0
106 - Caleb Rathjen of Iowa Gold went 8-0
113 - Gabe Smith of Indiana went 8-0
113 - Brandon Wittenberg of Virginia went 8-0
113 - Dylan Shawver of Ohio Red went 7-0
120 - Nick Masters of Georgia Red went 9-0
120 - Joey Manginelli of New Jersey Blue went 8-0
120 - Cael Happel of Iowa Gold went 8-0
120 - Michael Burnett of Ohio Red went 7-0
120 - Ryan Sokol of Minnesota Storm went 5-0
126 - Joey Manginelli of New Jersey Blue went 8-0
126 - Garrett Bowers of Tennessee went 8-0
126 - Carson Manville of Minnesota Storm went 7-0
132 - Caden Blust of Ohio Blue went 8-0
132 - Garrett Bowers of Tennessee went 8-0
132 - Chase Warden of Texas went 8-0
132 - Nick Dunagan of Minnesota Storm went 7-0
138 - Alex Mosconi of Indiana went 9-0
138 - Ethan Basile of Florida went 8-0
138 - Chase Warden of Texas went 8-0
138 - Cade Devos of Iowa Gold went 8-0
138 - Colby Njos of Minnesota Storm went 5-0
145 - Nathanial Lawrence of Kentucky went 7-0
145 - Cole Rees of Pennsylvania Blue went 7-0
145 - Fidel Mayora of Illinois went 7-0
145 - Alex Facundo of Michigan Red went 6-0
145 - Alex Rivera of Kentucky went 5-0
152 - Nevan Snodgrass of Ohio Red went 7-0
152 - Nathanial Lawrence of Kentucky went 7-0
160 - Zach Glazier of Minnesota Storm 2 went 8-0
160 - Robert Kanniard of New Jersey Red went 7-0
160 - David Ferrante of Illinois went 6-0
160 - Cade Gilless of Michigan Red went 5-0
170 - David Key of Georgia Red went 9-0
170 - Damiani Castro of Florida went 8-0
170 - Hunter Suter of New Jersey Blue went 8-0
170 - Colton Krell of Minnesota Storm 2 went 5-0
182 - David Key of Georgia Red went 9-0
182 - Drew Bowker of New Jersey Blue went 8-0
182 - Grant Parrish of Minnesota Storm went 7-0
182 - Mathias Ervin of Kentucky went 7-0
182 - Ryan Ringler of Michigan Red went 5-0
182 - Darrien Roberts of Pennsylvania Red went 5-0
195 - Bradley Williams of Tennesee went 7-0
195 - Logan Deasel of Kentucky went 7-0
195 - Peter Christensen of Illinois went 6-0
220 - Tarik Sutkovic of Arizona went 8-0
220 - Thomas Mukai of Virginia went 8-0
220 - Joe Harper of Michigan Blue went 7-0
220 - William Taylor of Tennesee went 7-0
220 - Hunter Catka of Pennsylvania Red went 7-0
220/285 - Jacob Kaminski of Illinois went 5-0
285 - Jadyn Withrow of Missouri Blue went 8-0
285 - Donovan King of Michigan Red went 8-0
285 - Joe Harper of Michigan Blue went 7-0
285 - William Taylor of Tennesee went 7-0
285 - Luke Luffman of Illinois went 5-0