14U Men's Freestyle National Duals All-Tournament Team announced

By Mike Willis, USA Wrestling | June 17, 2019, 11:28 a.m. (ET)

Indianapolis, Ind. 52 wrestlers made the All-Tournament Team in men’s freestyle at the 14U National Duals. Team champions, Pennsylvania Blue led the way with six wrestlers making the All-Tournament Team. Iowa had five wrestlers make the team, while New Jersey Red and Ohio each had four. To make the All-Tournament Team, an athlete had to go undefeated and wrestle a specific minimum number of matches.

There were 22 wrestlers to make the All-Tournament Team in Greco-Roman and men’s freestyle: Aydan Thomas of Texas (71) Isaiah Quintero of California (83), Nick Orejola of New Jersey Blue (87), Zan Fugitt of Missouri Red (90), Matthew Martino of Idaho (90), Nathanael Jesuroga of Iowa (97), William Dekraker of Virginia (97), Tyler Ferrara of New York (102), Kamdyn Williams of Pennsylvania Blue (106), Caedyn Ricciardi of New Jersey Blue (110), Mason Gibson of Pennsylvania Blue (110), Jace Roller of Oklahoma Red (114), Ethan Mojena of Florida (119), Pierson Manville of Minnesota (119), Angelo Ferrari of Texas (119), Adrian Palacios of Texas (126), David Mayora of Illinois (130), Sawyer Bartelt of Florida (130), Gabriel Arnold of Georgia Blue (149), Omaury Alvarez of Georgia Blue (165), Samuel Murphy of Missouri Red (187) and Aidan Schlett of New Jersey Red (250).

Aidan Schlett of New Jersey Red had the best overall record, going 19-0 across both styles. Four other wrestlers had 17-0 records including Zan Fugiit of Missouri Red, Matthew Martino of Idaho, Sawyer Bartelt of Florida and Samuel Murphy of Missouri Red.

Men's Freestyle All-Tournament Team

71 Carson Walsh (New Jersey) 10-0
71 Aydan Thomas (Team Texas) 7-0
71 Olli Webb (Georgia Red) 6-0
71 Koy Orr (Team Idaho) 5-0

77 Nathan Desmond (Pennsylvania) 8-0
77 Miles Anderson (Team Nebraska) 7-0
77Javaan Yarbrough (Ohio) 7-0
77 Dru Ayala (Team Iowa) 5-0

83 Bo Bassett (Pennsylvania Blue) 8-0
83 Eren Sement New Jersey) 7-0
83 Isaiah Quintero (California) 7-0
83 Will Anderson (Team Alabama) 6-0

87 Luke Lilledahl (Missouri Red) 9-0
87 Nicholas Orejola (New Jersey) 7-0
87 Vince Bouzakis (Team Florida) 7-0

90 Anthony Knox (New Jersey) 10-0
90 Zan Fugitt (Missouri Red) 9-0
90 Matthew Martino (Team Idaho) 8-0
90 Ishmael Guerrero (Oklahoma Blue) 8-0

97 Marcello Milani (Michigan Blue) 8-0
97 William Dekraker (Virginia) 7-0
97 Nathanael Jesuroga (Team Iowa) 5-0
97 Cory Velasquez (Oklahoma Red) 5-0

102 Tyler Vazquez (New Jersey Red) 10-0
102 Tucker Tangel (Team Iowa) 5-0
102 Tyler Ferrara (New York) 5-0

106 Kamdyn Williams (Pennsylvania Blue) 8-0
106 Cooper Shore (Ohio) 7-0
106 Mike Baker (Team Iowa) 5-0

110 Caedyn Ricciardi (New Jersey) 7-0
110 Mason Gibson (Pennsylvania Blue) 8-0
110 Sulayman Bah (New York) 6-0

114 Jace Roller (Oklahoma Blue) 8-0

119 Angelo Ferrari (Team Texas) 7-0
119 Pierson Manville (Minnesota Red) 8-0

125 Dylan Evans (Pennsylvania Blue) 8-0
125 Adrian Palacios (Team Texas) 7-0
125 Jace Anderson (Team Iowa) 5-0
125 Ethan Mojena (Team Florida) 5-0

130 Sawyer Bartelt (Team Florida) 8-0
130 David Mayora (Illinois) 6-0

136 Paul Ognissanti (Maryland) 8-0
136 KJ Evans Oklahoma Blue) 8-0

149 Gabriel Arnold (Georgia Blue) 8-0
149 Luke Vanadia (Ohio) 7-0

165 Omaury Alvarez (Georgia Blue) 8-0
165 Tucker Hogan (Pennsylvania Blue) 8-0
165 Julien Griffith (Ohio) 7-0
165 Will Caneer (Team Alabama) 6-0

187 Samuel Murphy (Missouri Red) 9-0
187 Kael Howell (Delaware) 5-0

250 Aidan Schlett (New Jersey Red) 10-0