Junior Freestyle National Duals All-Tournament Team announced

By usa wrestling | June 25, 2019, 2:32 p.m. (ET)
, Okla. - The 2019 Junior Freestyle National Duals All-Tournament Team has been released. 

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

A total of 35 athletes representing 18 different states made the Junior All-Tournament Team in men’s freestyle.

Cade Lautt of Kansas (220) was the only wrestler to earn a 9-0 record, the best record in the men’s freestyle division. Lautt was also the only wrestler to earn All-Tournament at 220 lbs.

California led the way with the most All-Tournament men’s freestyle team members with eight. Illinois had seven and Missouri had six to round out the top three. 

There were 12 wrestlers who were All-Tournament in both styles, going undefeated over the four days of competition: Jore Volk of Minnesota (100), Andre Gonzales of California (106), Trever Anderson of Iowa (106), Dustin Norris of Ohio (120), Nain Vasquez of Illinois (120), Kyle Burwick of North Dakota (126), Luke Odom of Illinois (145), Adrian St. Germain of Washington (152), Cade DeVos of Iowa (160), Brandon Hoselton of Illinois (195), Nash Hutmacher of South Dakota (285), and Spencer Trenary of Iowa (285).

2019 JUNIOR NATIONAL DUALS FREESTYLE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
100 - Logan Graf of South Dakota went 8-0
100 - Jore Volk of Minnesota Blue went 7-0
100 - Daniel Sheen of Illinois went 5-0
106 - Andre Gonzales of California Blue went 8-0
106 - Zeth Romney of California Red went 8-0
106 - Kelly Dunnigan of New Jersey went 8-0
106 - Trever Anderson of Iowa went 5-0
113 - Alex Almeyda of New Jersey went 8-0
113 - Drake Ayala of Iowa went 7-0
120 - Richard Castro-Sandoval of California Red went 8-0
120 - Jett Strickenberger of Colorado went 6-0
120 - Dustin Norris of Ohio Red went 5-0
120 - Christian Cabuag of California Blue went 4-0
120 - Grant Treaster of Kansas Blue went 4-0
120 - Damian Mendez of Kansas Red went 4-0
120 - Nain Vasquez of Illinois went 4-0
126 - Kyle Burwick of North Dakota Blue went 8-0
126 - Reece Barnhardt of North Dakota Red went 7-0
126 - Cantu of Minnesota Red went 6-0
126 - Carter Young of Oklahoma Red went 6-0
126 - Michael Pappaconstantinou of North Carolina went 6-0
126 - Timothy Levine of California Blue went 4-0
132 - Ryan Franco of California Blue went 7-0
132 - Drew Roberts of Washington went 7-0
132 - Cole Mattin of Ohio Red went 5-0
132 - Trey Crawford of Missouri went 5-0
138 - Nathaniel Pulliam of Missouri went 8-0
138 - Ryan Ripplinger of North Dakota Blue went 8-0
138 - Josh Medina of California Red went 5-0
138 - Caden Mccrary of Georgia Black went 5-0
138 - Noah Villarreal of Illinois went 5-0
145 - Kolby DePron of Oklahoma Blue went 8-0
145 - Victor Voinovich of Ohio Red went 8-0
145 - Edward Scott of Pennsylvania went 8-0
145 - Trevor Chumbley of Illinois went 6-0
145 - Luke Odom of Illinois went 6-0
152 - Connor Kievman of Pennsylvania went 8-0
152 - Trevor Christian of Missouri went 6-0
152 - Adrian St.Germain of Washington went 6-0
152 - Ryan Wheeler of Washington went 5-0
160 - Kevin Meicher of Wisconsin went 8-0
160 - Cade DeVos of Iowa went 7-0
160 - Surber of Oklahoma Red went 7-0
160 - Gavin Osterhaus of Minnesota Red went 5-0
160 - Tyler Ross of Missouri went 4-0
170 - Gavin Kane of Georgia Black went 8-0
170 - Nevan Snodgrass of Ohio Red went 8-0
170 - Hayden Burks of Missouri went 6-0
170 - Ferrante of Illinois went 4-0
182 - Dustin Plott of Oklahoma Red went 8-0
182 - Colton Hawks of Missouri went 5-0
195 - Ethan Hatcher of Ohio Red went 8-0
195 - Brandon Hoselton of Illinois went 6-0
195 - Cade King of Minnesota Blue went 4-0
220 - Cade Lautt of Kansas Blue went 9-0
285 - Cohle S. Feliciano of California Red went 8-0
285 - James Howard of Tennessee went 8-0
285 - Nash Hutmacher of South Dakota went 8-0
285 - Braxton Mikesell of Washington went 8-0
285 - Spencer Trenary of Iowa went 7-0