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Fargo Day 3: Junior Greco quarters established

7/21/2014
InterMat Staff
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FARGO, N.D. -- The first day of the Junior National Greco-Roman competition in Fargo came to a conclusion with the quarterfinal pairings established in all weights with the exception of 285 pounds, where that round will take place on Tuesday. A total of 24 wrestlers remain alive in the competition in each weight class, as the top eight in each weight will end up earning an All-American honor.

Four of the five defending champions in Junior Greco-Roman that entered the competition remain alive for a repeat title, with Dalton Roberts (Michigan) falling short in the round of 16 against Trenton Jackson (Illinois) at 106 pounds. Remaining in the competition are Brandon Staley (Florida) at 120 pounds, Jon-Jay Chavez (Idaho) and Chandler Rogers (Oklahoma) at 170, and Roy Nash (Utah) at 220.

Illinois, which dominated the Cadet Greco-Roman competition, leads the pace with at least 14 quarterfinalists (two more possible at 285 pounds). Next in line is Minnesota with 9 in the quarterfinals so far, and two more possible at 285 pounds. Right behind Minnesota with eight in the quarterfinals is Utah and New York.

100:

Zack Szohr (Wisconsin) vs. Louie Hayes (Illinois), Mason Nafieh (Oklahoma) vs. Randon Miranda (California); Jay Maxville (Kansas) vs. John Paul Stedwill (Illinois), Zack Murillo (Connecticut) vs. Mitchell Garvey (Wisconsin)

106:

Jordan Aquino (California) vs. Kirk Johansen (Illinois), Danny Vega (Arizona) vs. Bryce Brimhall (Utah); Trenton Jackson (Illinois) vs. Arick Shankles (Alabama), Dack Punke (Illinois) vs. Todd Small (Georgia)

113:

Duncan Stoebner (South Dakota) vs. Corbin Nirschl (Kansas), Justin Becci (Tennessee) vs. Brenden Baker (Iowa); Josh Venia (Ohio) vs. Dorian Sapien (Idaho), Ethan Koan (Missouri) vs. Joe Cisneros (California)

120:

Paul Fitterer (Minnesota) vs. Skyler Petry (Minnesota), Ryan Deakin (Colorado) vs. Chris Poland (Michigan); Ryan Friedman (Maryland) vs. Anthony Cefolo (New Jersey), Brandon Staley (Florida) vs. Perez Perez (California)

126:

Sean DeShazer (Kansas) vs. Cody Karstetter (Oklahoma), Taylor LaMont (Utah) vs. Tyler Svetska (Illinois); Cub Yeager (Oklahoma) vs. Kegan Calkins (Illinois), Matthew Morris (New York) vs. Jake Spiess (Ohio)

132:

Armand Molina (California) vs. Ryder Punke (Illinois), Timmy Martinez (Washington) vs. William Koll (New York); Nick Casella (New York) vs. Marty Margolis (Maryland), Blaine Tschida (Minnesota) vs. William Kui (New Jersey)

138:

Rudy Guillen (Georgia) vs. Josh Bird (Wisconsin), Johnny O'Hearon (Utah) vs. Griffin Parriott (Minnesota); Roman Boylen (Georgia) vs. Curtis Zachmeier (North Dakota), Austin Thompson (Michigan) vs. Blake Clevenger (Missouri)

145:

Larry Early (Illinois) vs. Logan Kass (Minnesota), Renaldo Rodriguez-Spencer (New York) vs. Austin Kraisser (Maryland); Chase Lemons (Idaho) vs. Riley Beard (Illinois), Sir Romeo Howard (Illinois) vs. Hayden Hidlay (Pennsylvania)

152:

Cole Walter (Pennsylvania) vs. Nick Tarpley (Colorado), Isaac Dulgarian (Kansas) vs. Joey Gunther (Illinois); Dayton Racer (Missouri) vs. Brooks Robinson (Utah), Jesse Porter (New York) vs. Carlos Apodaca (Arizona)

160:

Spencer Heywood (Utah) vs. Jonathan Viruet (Massachusetts), Jake Deutschlander (Minnesota) vs. Regan Bye (South Dakota); Dalton Harmon (Utah) vs. Gavin Grater (Kansas), Brett Bye (South Dakota) vs. Burke Paddock (New York)

170:

Peter Nagy (Florida) vs. Aaron Paddock (New York), Derek Dragon (Pennsylvania) vs. Jon-Jay Chavez (Idaho); Chandler Rogers (Oklahoma) vs. Keiffer Taylor (Arizona), Gable Frandsen (Wisconsin) vs. Carter Nielsen (Minnesota)

182:

A.J. Kowal (Princeton) vs. Jeremiah Imonode (Arizona), Jacob Armstrong (Utah) vs. Seth McLeod (Idaho); Lance Dixon (Oklahoma) vs. Justan Rivera (Georgia), Eric Schultz (Illinois) vs. Brandon Marshall (Florida)

195:

Keyaad Coley (North Carolina) vs. Samuel Colbray (Oregon), Bobby Steveson (Minnesota) vs. Jack Buell (New York); Terrell Fields (Pennsylvania) vs. Andrew Fenton (Ohio), David Chadd (Wisconsin) vs. Joel Dixon (Oklahoma)

220:

Waylon DeCoteau (North Dakota) vs. Tyler Schmidt (Wisconsin), Christian Dulaney (Minnesota) vs. Jordan Davis (Missouri); Austin Myers (Kentucky) vs. Mansur Abdul-Malik (Maryland), Jacob Godinez (Illinois) vs. Roy Nash (Utah)

285:

Sam Stoll (Minnesota) vs. Dante Jiovanetta (Florida), Konstant Golobokov (Pennsylvania) vs. Michael Hobbs (Illinois)/Colin Braun (Missouri) vs. Gary Miltenberger (California), Dan Stibral (South Dakota) vs. Jacob Marnin (Iowa); Jesse Webb (Vermont) vs. Zach Wood (Michigan), Adarios Jones (Illinois) vs. Dane Drimmer (Colorado)/Tate Orndorff (Washington) vs. Blake Andrews (Texas), James Huwe (Minnesota) vs. Raynel Brown (Kentucky)

Gomez, Breske repeat as Cadet Greco-Roman champs

FARGO, N.D. -- Austin Gomez of Illinois and Beau Breske of Wisconsin not only repeated as Cadet National Greco-Roman champions, but both dominated in the finals on Monday afternoon at the FARGODOME.

Gomez earned a technical fall over Iowa's Bryce West, 18-8, in the championship match at 106 pounds. Breske blanked returning Cadet double All-American Kamal Bey of Illinois, 10-0, at 170 pounds. Breske was named Outstanding Wrestler of the event.

Breske is one of three wrestlers still alive for a Cadet Triple Crown after winning titles in the Cadet National folkstyle and Greco-Roman competitions. California's Jaden Enriquez (126) and Minnesota's Keegan Moore (182) are the other two wrestlers looking for Cadet Triple Crowns.

Illinois dominated the team race, finishing with 107 points. Minnesota finished second in the team standings with 57 points.

Final Results:
88: Trey Keeley (Illinois) dec. Patrick McKee (Minnesota), 12-8
94: Nicolas Aguilar (California) dec. Brandon Meikel (Utah), 7-2
100: Roman Bravo-Young (Arizona) pinned Dominic Lajoie (Michigan), 4:56
106: Ian Timmins (Nevada) pinned Drew West (Iowa), 3:35
113: Austin Gomez (Illinois) tech. fall Bryce West (Iowa), 18-8
120: Coltan Williams (Texas) dec. Wilson Smith (North Carolina), 8-5
126: Jaden Enriquez (California) dec. Quentin Hovis (Arizona), 6-2
132: Jake Allar (Minnesota) pinned Jaron Chavez (Idaho), 5:04
138: Ethan Karsten (Missouri) dec. Devin Bahr (Wisconsin), 8-3
145: Matthew Park (Idaho) pinned Logan Gruszka (Illinois), 0:57
152: Riley Jaramillo (Oregon) tech. fall Anthony Sherry (Iowa), 11-0
160: Owen Webster (Minnesota) tech. fall James Handwerk (Ohio), 10-0
170: Beau Breske (Wisconsin) tech. fall Kamal Bey (Illinois), 10-0
182: Keegan Moore (Minnesota) dec. Wyatt Koelling (Utah), 6-5
195: Matt Stencel (Ohio) pinned Wyatt Harden (Michigan), 0:58
220: Brandon Metz (North Dakota) pinned Allen Stallings (Illinois), 5:26
285: Kevin Vough (Ohio) dec. Osawaru Odighizuwa (Oregon), 8-1

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