Illinois wins Cadet National Greco-Roman Duals over Minnesota in finals, 40-24
By GARY ABBOTT
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Winning 11 of the 17 bouts in the championship dual meet, Illinois won the Greco-Roman title at the Cadet National Duals today.
Illinois defended as the Cadet National Dual champions, after winning both styles at last year’s Cadet National Duals.
It was also the third straight National Duals title for Illinois this month, after Illinois swept both styles at the 2012 Schoolboy National Duals in Indiana last week.
Illinois opened the event with a win at 88 pounds by Louie Hayes, but Minnesota took the next three lightweight matches for an early 10-5 lead. Winning bouts for Minnesota were Paul Fitterer (94), Austin Anderly (100) and Mitchell McKee (106).
Illinois won four of the next five matches to take a lead it would never relinquish. Kegal Calkins (113), Jonathan Marmolejo (120), Isaia White (126) and Joey Gunther (138) helped Illinois develop that lead. Marmolejo was a Cadet Greco-Roman All-American last year in Fargo, N.D.
The big hammer came in the upper weights, where Illinois won six of the final seven matches in the dual meet. Xavier Montalvo scored a pin at 152 pounds, and technical falls came from Alex Benoit at 170 pounds and Tanner Farmer at 285 pounds. Montalvo was an All-American at last year’s Cadet Nationals in Greco-Roman.
Illinois reached the Championship Pool by winning Pool C, while Minnesota reached the Championship Pool with a victory in Pool D. The other Pool winners were Florida Red in Pool B, and New Jersey in Pool A.
New Jersey placed third, with a 43-25 victory over Florida Red in their medal match. Michigan Blue was fifth, a 45-26 winner over Texas. The seventh place match was decided with a pin at 285 pounds by Xyah Ra of Missouri, giving Missouri a razor-thin 34-33 victory over Idaho Blue.
The All-Tournament Team will be announced when received.
CADET NATIONAL DUALS
At Daytona Beach, Fla., June 14, 2012
Gold /Silver Pool Results (Places 1-8)
1st Place Match
Illinois defeated Minnesota 40-24.
3rd Place Match
New Jersey defeated Florida Red 43-25.
5th Place Match
Michigan Blue defeated Texas 45-26.
7th Place Match
Missouri defeated Idaho Blue 34-33.
FIRST PLACE – Illinois 40, Minnesota 24
88 - Louie Hayes (Illinois) dec. Victor Gliva (Minnesota) 3-0,2-0
94 - Paul Fitterer (Minnesota) dec. Antonio Moore (Illinois) 2-0,7-0
100 - Austin Anderly (Minnesota) dec. Miguel Silva, Jr. (Illinois), 6-1,3-4,1-1
106 - Mitchell McKee (Minnesota) dec. Brian Rossi (Illinois) 1-0,0-2,1-0
113 - Kegan Calkins (Illinois) dec. Blane Tschida (Minnesota) 3-2,3-1
120 - Jonathan Marmolejo (Illinois) dec. Maolu Woiwor (Minnesota) 0-3,2-1,1-0
126 - Isaia White (Illinois) dec. James Berg (Minnesota) 3-0,2-0
132 - Seth Gross (Minnesota) dec. Larry Early (Illinois) 3-1,1-1
138 - Joey Gunther (Illinois) dec. Mason Brownlee (Minnesota) 1-0,3-0
145 - Mason Manville (Minnesota) dec. Trace Carello (Illinois), 1-0,2-0
152 - Xavier Montalvo (Illinois) pin Dayton Racer (Minnesota) 6-1,1:07
160 - Zachary Prinz (Illinois) dec. Lucas Westrich (Minnesota) 2-1,2-0
170 - Alex Benoit (Illinois) tech. fall Luke Kelvington (Minnesota) 6-0,13-2
182 - Wyatt Richardson (Minnesota) dec. Tim Grote (Illinois) 1-0,1-0
195 - Andre Lee (Illinois) dec. Daniel Vitale (Minnesota) 1-0,2-2,1-0
220 - Noah Fleckenstein (Illinois) dec. Myron Weege (Minnesota) 1-1,2-1
285 - Tanner Farmer (Illinois) tech. fall Luis Pinto (Minnesota) 6-0,6-0
THIRD PLACE – New Jersey 43, Florida Red 25
88 - Evan Drill (New Jersey) dec. Yojan Rodriguez (Florida Red), 2-0,0-2,2-0
94 - Matthew Deehan (New Jersey) tech. fall Tyler Schultz (Florida Red)6-0,6-0
100 - Daniel Boychuck (New Jersey) dec. Frankie Bruno (Florida Red) 1-0,0-7,3-2
106 - Jordan Kutler (New Jersey) dec. Geoffrey Doback (Florida Red) 2-0,6-0
113 - Charles Tucker (New Jersey) dec. Austin Day (Florida Red), 1-0,3-0
120 - Patricio Lugo (Florida Red) dec. Anthony Cefelo (New Jersey) 5-4,3-0
126 - Justin Ramirez (Florida Red) dec. David McFadden (New Jersey) 3-0,0-4,6-0
132 - Anthony Giraldo (New Jersey) dec. Jared Prince (Florida Red) , 1-0,1-0
138 - Maaziah Bethea (New Jersey) dec. Alberto Pedraza (Florida Red), 6-0,3-0
145 - Fox Baldwin (Florida Red) pin Brett Donner (New Jersey), 0:16
152 - Myles Martin (New Jersey) dec. Dakota Greene (Florida Red) 2-0,2-0
160 - Dillon Artigliere (New Jersey) pin Tristen Sommer (Florida Red) 3-0,0:26
170 - Josef Johnson (New Jersey) pin Dante McGee (Florida Red) , 0:14
182 - Joel Marcano (Florida Red) pin Jeffrey Velez (New Jersey) 5-0,1:11
195 - Robert Enmon (Florida Red) pin Christian Colucci (New Jersey), 0:25
220 - Christian Colucci (New Jersey) dec. Franklyn Lantigua (Florida Red), 3-1,4-5,6-0
285 - Christian Jenco (New Jersey) dec. Dante Jiovanetta (Florida Red) 0-5,4-0,1-0
FIFTH PLACE – Michigan Blue 45, Texas 26
88 - Dalton Roberts (Michigan Blue) tech fall Kaden Thornburg (Texas) 7-0,7-0
94 - Chase Roth (Texas) dec. Max Johnson (Michigan Blue) 6-3,7-0
100 - Isaac Jiminez (Texas) pin Foster Karmon (Michigan Blue) 2-0,2:00
106 - Lincoln Olson (Michigan Blue) dec. Jack Mueller (Texas) 1-1,6-0
113 - Logan Griffin (Michigan Blue) dec. Jeff Ptak (Texas) Dec 2-0,1-3,2-0
120 - Cole Weaver (Michigan Blue) tech fall Thayer Atkins (Texas) 9-2,7-0
126 - Logan Massa (Michigan Blue) dec. Jacob Rubio (Texas) 5-4,1-0
132 - Justin Oliver (Michigan Blue) tech fall Bobby Rodriguez (Texas) 7-0,9-0
138 - Zehlin Storr (Michigan Blue) pin Jose Taylor (Texas) 1-0,0:13
145 - Doug Rojem (Michigan Blue) tech fall Miller Clark (Texas) 7-0,6-0
152 - Ricky Regas (Texas) dec. Matthew Miller (Michigan Blue) 1-0,2-0
160 - Bo Nickal (Texas) pin Shon Powell (Michigan Blue) 4-0,0:00
170 - Angus Arthur (Michigan Blue) dec. Gabriel Cabrera (Texas) 1-0,4-1
182 - Blake Andrews (Texas) tech fall Tyler Wildmo (Michigan Blue) 6-0,6-0
195 - Landon Pelham (Michigan Blue) dec. Alex Jiminez (Texas) 2-0,3-0
220 - Eric Fader (Michigan Blue) won by forfeit
285 - Zac Wood (Michigan Blue) dec. Jacob Spencer (Texas) 8-0,0-2,0-0
SEVENTH PLACE – Missouri 34, Idaho Blue 33
88 - Bryce Fogleman (Idaho Blue) pin Jet Tryon (Missouri) 7-0,0:40
94 - Dakota Miller (Missouri) dec. Scott Danner (Idaho Blue) 9-0,3-3
100 - DeVaghn Sapien (Idaho Blue) dec Ethan Koen (Missouri) 11-5,0-7,5-3
106 - Isaiah Johnson (Missouri) dec. Isaac Careno (Idaho Blue) 5-3,5-4
113 - Ke-Shawn Hayes (Missouri) dec. Drake Foster (Idaho Blue) Dec 7-0,1-0
120 - Chase Wasia (Idaho Blue) dec. John Erneste (Missouri) 1-0,1-1
126 - Tyler Jaramillo (Idaho Blue) dec. Joe Velliquette (Missouri) 1-0,3-0
132 - John Kenyon (Idaho Blue) dec. Marshall Osborne (Missouri) 0-0,0:54
138 - Bryce Parsons (Idaho Blue) dec. Tyler Brown (Missouri) 1-0,0-0
145 - Colston Diblasi (Missouri) dec. Ryan Klemp (Idaho Blue) 1-0,0-0
152 - Dalton Tipton (Missouri) pin Braydon Minas (Idaho Blue) 2-0,0:36
160 - Seth McCleod (Idaho Blue) dec. Tyler McNutt (Missouri) Dec 1-0,1-0
170 - Chance Cooper (Missouri) dec. Junior Pantjoa (Idaho Blue) 2-1,7-0
182 - Michael Pixley (Missouri) dec. Jackson Cook (Idaho Blue) 3-1,3-2
195 - Brad Jones (Missouri) dec. Carrick Smith (Idaho Blue) 3-0,2-1
220 - Alex Iszler (Idaho Blue) dec. Tyler Horton (Missouri) 1-1,9-7
285 - Xyah Ra (Missouri) pin Noah Grossman (Idaho Blue) 0:41
Bronze/Copper Pool Results (Places 9-16)
9th Place Match
Wisconsin defeated Pennsylvania Blue 44-28.
11th Place Match
Washington defeated Maryland 40-32.
13th Place Match
Virginia defeated Utah 38-33.
15th Place Match
Kansas defeated Indiana 38-33.
Red/Blue Pool Results (Places 17-23)
17th Place Match
Pennsylvania Red defeated Georgia 44-32.
19th Place Match
Michigan Red defeated Florida Blue 41-35.
21st Place Match
Idaho Red defeated North Carolina 41-28.
New Mexico by forfeit
Congrats Cadet Team IL Greco! Looks like a great group of young men. Add in a little "Medlin-Magic", and this team was unstoppable.
No Ohio, & PA did not place high, that is interesting...-something to be said for the fact that they simply have some many colleges with wrestling that they do so well later...I guess...
No excuses but battling the officials and nagging injuries down the stretch, illinois done a outstanding job to battle back to second.... great job ladds.
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