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Triple Crowns up for grabs at USA Wrestling Kids Nationals in Farmington, Utah, Monday & Tuesday

By Adam Engel, USA Wrestling | June 27, 2022, 10:56 a.m. (ET)

The final step in a quest for a coveted Triple Crown will end at the 2022 USA Wrestling Kids Freestyle and Greco-Roman Nationals at the Legacy Event Center in Farmington, Utah, June 26-28.

A wrestler completes the Triple Crown if he wins USA Wrestling national championships in folkstyle, freestyle and Greco-Roman in the same year.

The Kids folkstyle champions were determined at the USA Wrestling Folkstyle Nationals in Cedar Falls, Iowa, in April. The Kids Nationals are the second and third leg of the Triple Crown, with Greco-Roman action on Monday and freestyle on Tuesday. The Triple Crown is awarded in three Kids age divisions: 10U, 12U and 14U.

The Triple Crown is also awarded annually at the 16U and Junior level in Fargo, North Dakota. There is also a new Triple Crown for high school girls this season.

Two wrestlers seek a repeat of a 2021 Triple Crown. Aaron Stewart (14U and 136) and Jaden Washington (12U and 78) of Illinois won at different weight classes a year ago. Last year, Washington won in the 10U division and is up seven pounds. Stewart added 22 pounds since last summer.

Wrestlers must qualify to enter this event by competing in their designated regional or with approval from the wrestler’s state chairperson.

Each bout is being streamed live on FloWrestling.

For more information, visit the Kids National website below.

Event Schedule

Monday, June 27th
9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. — Greco-Roman Session I (8U, 10U and 12U boys)
1:15 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. — Greco-Roman Session II (14U boys)

Tuesday, June 28th
9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. — Freestyle Session I (8U, 10U and 12U boys)
1:15 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. — Freestyle Session II (14U boys)

2022 USA Wrestling Folkstyle Nationals Champions

14U folkstyle champions
71 — Corey Brown (MD/HeadHunters WC)
77 — Blake Nevils (AR/Threestyle Wrestling of Oklahoma)
83 — Hayden Schwab (IA/Immortal Athletics WC)
87 — Raidyn Pugsley (ID/Team Idaho WC)
92 — Mason Haines (MI)
97 — Zaiyahn Ornelas (NE/Team Zapas WC)
102 — Rocco Cassioppi (IL/Hononegah WC)
106 — Bruno Cassioppi (IL/Hononegah WC)
110 — Gavin Lewis (IN/Peacock WC LLC)
114 — Travis Cardenas (AZ/Grindhouse WC)
119 — Brayden Boots (MN/Pinnacle WC)
125 — Drake Morrison (ID/Team Idaho WC)
130 — Brody Sendele (IL/Hononegah WC)
136 — Aaron Stewart (IL/Toss Em Up Wrestling Academy)
149 — Steel Meyers (TX/Best Trained Wrestling)
165 — Evan Perez (CO/Bear Cave WC)
187 — Cole Dunlavy (SD/Legends of Gold)
250 — Mitchell Boeder (WI)

12U folkstyle champions
58 — Knox Ayala (IA/Sebolt Wrestling Academy)
63 — Johnathan Thompson (IA/Sebolt Wrestling Academy)
67 — Kai McDonald (IA/Sebolt Wrestling Academy)
70 — Ty Martin (IA/Immortal Athletics WC)
74 — Chase Lawrence (MN/Pinnacle WC)
78 — Jaden Washington (IL/Harvey Twisters)
82 — Reece Movahead (VA)
86 — Caden Woodall (AZ/Black Cat WC)
92 — Isaiah Eide (MN/Pinnacle WC)
98 — Baron Rosas (KS/Maize WC)
108 — Easton Kammerud (WI/Sarbacker Wrestling Academy)
117 — Duane Leslie (ID/Team Idaho WC)
135 — Kade Splinter (WI/Team Nazar Training Center)
160 — Tyrus Alley (MO/Lebanon Yellowjacket Wrestling)

10U folkstyle champions
49 — Zayne Wieneke (KS/Lawrence Elite WC)
53 — Jacob Graber (MN/Summit Wrestling Academy)
56 — Korbin Kiessling (MD/Rampage Wrestling)
59 — Beckett Moyer (IA/Mahaska Elite WC)
63 — Austin Armstrong (ID/Team Idaho WC)
67 — Cayden Mango (MO/Wentzville Wrestling Federation)
71 — Cael Vander Broek (SD/Legends of Gold)
77— TJ Richardson (MN/Summit Wrestling Academy)
84 — Bryce Siem (MN/Summit Wrestling Academy)
93 — Isaiah Engels (MN/Summit Wrestling Academy
105 — Rylan McKenney (MI/Michigan Revolution WC)
120 — Kody Doran (MO/Camdenton WC)

8U folkstyle champions
43 — Jett Cavazos (NM)
45 — Landen Morris (AL)
49 — Louis Taylor (IA/Sebolt Wrestling Academy)
53 — Kaiden Galindez (MI)
56 — Jack Brown (MI/Team Donahoe WC)
62 — Eli Armstrong (ID/Team Idaho WC)
70 — Everett Murtha (IA/Moen Wrestling Academy)
85 — Stone Helmrichs (IA/Back 2 Basics)

2021 Kids Triple Crown winners:
Caleb Noble of Wisconsin, (14U, 71)
Domenic Munaretto of Illinois, (14U, 83)
Aaron Stewart of Illinois, (14U, 114)
Bradley Rodriguez-Little of Minnesota, (14U, 136)
Casen Becker of Colorado, (10U, 67)
Jaden Washington of Illinois, (10U, 71