SOFIA, Bulgaria -- The United States failed to advance a wrestler past the quarterfinals in Greco-Roman at the Cadet World Championships for the second consecutive day.
Tyler Hannah, competing at 92 kilograms, is the lone wrestler alive for the United States despite losing his only match on Saturday. He fell 10-0 to Russia's Muhammad Evloev, a 2017 Cadet world silver medalist and 2018 Youth Olympic Games bronze medalist. Hannah earned a spot in repechage after Evloev reached the finals.
Parker Decker reached the quarterfinals at 60 kilograms before losing 11-1 to Arman Vardanyan of Armenia. Decker opened his tournament with a 9-0 shutout over Arturs Seskens of Latvia.
Also getting a win for the United States on Saturday was Jett Strickenberger, who defeated Ou Deng of China 9-0 in his first match. He then lost in the round of 16 to 2018 U15 European bronze medalist Denis Mihai of Romania 13-4.
Mason Gehloff (45 kilograms) and Daniel Segura (71 kilograms) dropped their first match and were eliminated in the opening session.