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Going into Monday night?s championship final at the USA Wrestling Junior National Duals in Oklahoma City, Team Illinois had to be feeling pretty confident.
In three previous dual championship finals in the past week, Team Illinois entered the final round unbeaten, and in three previous dual championships, Team Illinois ended the day hoisting the championship trophy.
Monday would be no different, as the state association from the Land of Lincoln captured a rare feat, capturing the Junior National Freestyle Dual championship with a 47-12 victory over host Oklahoma at Abe Lemons Arena.
Illinois rolled past Oklahoma 43-19 in pool competition and it was pretty much the deja vu all over again. This time, Illinois won 13 of the 15 bouts with only one match in the entire dual going the full three periods.
Nkosi Moody gave Illinois a 4-0 lead after leading off the dual at 98 pounds with a 6-0, 6-0 technical fall over Grahm Godfrey. Illinois followed with a Matt Garelli forfeit at 105 pounds before Oklahoma won its first bout.
Matt Manley topped Sebastian Pique for the second time in the tournament, picking up a 5-1, 2-0 victory at 112 pounds.
Illinois would reel off four straight victories, three by a trio of their top guns, from 119-135 to built a 24-4 lead.
Jered Cortez topped Gunner Woodburn 5-0, 6-0 at 119 pounds, while at 125, Eddie Klimara, last year?s Junior National Champion, beat Will Steltzlen 6-2, 10-2 and Zane Richards followed with a 6-0, 3-0 win over Brian Crutchmer 6-0, 3-0 at 130.
Oklahoma tried to mix it up by bumping Chase Ferman up to 140 pounds and putting Connor Baxter in at 135. Ferman beat Illinois? Jameson Oster in pool competition, but this time around, Oster would pick up the win at the weight, pinning Baxter at 1:37 in the second period.
Ferman would bump up to take on Kevin Moylan at 140. Moylan would pick up a 6-0, 8-6 victory and extend Illinois? lead to 27-5.
Brian Murphy continued the Illinois blitzkrieg, picking up a 4-0, 7-1 over Ricky McCarty at 145 pounds.
Edwin Cooper dominated Kyle Ash at 152 pounds, picking up a 6-0, 5-0 victory. Cooper went three periods with Ash earlier in the tournament, but the second time around, it was all Cooper.
Spartacus Chino made it eight wins in a row for Illinois by picking up a sound two-period victory over Oklahoma?s Zach Skates at 160 pounds.
Kyle Crutchmer finally gave Oklahoma its first win since 112 with a tough three-period victory at 171 pounds over Dylan Reel. Crutchmer topped Reel earlier in the tournament in a similar three-period tussle.
Sam Brooks cruised to a 6-0, 6-0 technical fall over Nolan Boyd at 189 pounds, extending the Illinois lead to 41-10.
Austin Marsden had no problem getting used to his soon-to-be state of college residency, beating Austin Schafer 6-0, 4-2 at 215 pounds. Marsden has signed to wrestle at Oklahoma State.
Jeremy Brazil finished off the Illinois rout with a 2-1, 3-0 victory over Evan McGee at 285 pounds.
Article By Jason Bryant USA Wrestling
ILLINOIS 47, OKLAHOMA 1 12
98 ? Nkosi Moody (Illinois) over Grahm Godfrey (Oklahoma 1) TF 6-0,6-0
105 ? Matt Garelli (Illinois) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
112 ? Matt Manley (Oklahoma 1) over Sebastian Pique (Illinois) Dec 5-1,2-1
119 ? Jered Cortez (Illinois) over Gunner Woodburn (Oklahoma 1) Dec 5-0,6-0
125 ? Eddie Klimara (Illinois) over Will Steltzlen (Oklahoma 1) Dec 6-2,10-2
130 ? Zane Richards (Illinois) over Brian Crutchmer (Oklahoma 1) Dec 6-0,3-0
135 ? Jameson Oster (Illinois) over Connor Baxter (Oklahoma 1) Pin 7-0,1:37
140 ? Kevin Moylan (Illinois) over Chase Ferman (Oklahoma 1) Dec 6-0,8-6
145 ? Brian Murphy (Illinois) over Ricky Mccarty (Oklahoma 1) Dec 4-0,7-1
152 ? Eddie Cooper (Illinois) over Kyle Ash (Oklahoma 1) Dec 6-0,5-0
160 ? Spartacus Chino (Illinois) over Zach Skates (Oklahoma 1) Dec 7-0,5-3
171 ? Kyle Crutchmer (Oklahoma 1) over Dylan Reel (Illinois) Dec 1-3,4-0,3-0
189 ? Sam Brooks (Illinois) over Nolan Boyd (Oklahoma 1) TF 6-0,6-0
215 ? Austin Marsden (Illinois) over Austin Schafer (Oklahoma 1) Dec 6-0,4-2
285 ? Jeremy Brazil (Illinois) over Evan Mcgee (Oklahoma 1) Dec 2-1,3-0
IOWA 1 49, MICHIGAN 1 18
98 ? Sam Phillips (Iowa 1) over Billy Gulley (Michigan 1) Pin 1:00
105 ? Isaac Jewell (Michigan 1) over Jay Fresh (Iowa 1) Pin 3-0,0:32
112 ? Phillip Laux (Iowa 1) over Evan Toth (Michigan 1) TF 6-0,6-0
119 ? Eric Devos (Iowa 1) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
125 ? Cory Clark (Iowa 1) over Ken Bade (Michigan 1) Dec 8-0,6-3
130 ? Josh Pennell (Michigan 1) over Kyle Larson (Iowa 1) Dec 0-2,1-0,4-1
135 ? John Meeks (Iowa 1) over Esteban Gonzales (Michigan 1) Dec 1-0,1-0
140 ? Jake Kadel (Iowa 1) over Isaiah Schaub (Michigan 1) TF 7-1,5-6,6-0
145 ? Gabriel Moreno (Iowa 1) over Logan Marcicki (Michigan 1) TF 8-2,5-6,6-0
152 ? Justin Koethe (Iowa 1) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
160 ? Alex Meyer (Iowa 1) over Devan Marry (Michigan 1) Dec 7-0,2-2,2-2
171 ? Jordan Thomas (Michigan 1) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
189 ? Travis Mallo (Iowa 1) over Shawn Scott (Michigan 1) Pin 0:47
215 ? Blaize Cabell (Iowa 1) over Anthony Abro (Michigan 1) Dec 8-2,5-0,0-0
285 ? Cody Krumwiede (Iowa 1) over Logan Rimmer (Michigan 1) TF 6-0,6-0
WISCONSIN 37, NEW JERSEY 22
98 ? Ty Pelot (Wisconsin) over Tyler Casamenti (New Jersey) Dec 2-0,1-0
105 ? Bobby Nachreiner (Wisconsin) over Jan Rosenberg (New Jersey) Dec 1-3,3-2,4-1
112 ? Joseph Mckenna (New Jersey) over Riley Knops (Wisconsin) TF 7-0,6-0
119 ? Ryan Mcquade (Wisconsin) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
125 ? Caleb Richardson (New Jersey) over Hunter Weber (Wisconsin) Dec 4-4,1-0,1-0
130 ? Tyler Fraley (New Jersey) over Landon Shea (Wisconsin) Pin 6-1,0:12
135 ? Todd Preston (New Jersey) over Jared Kust (Wisconsin) Dec 6-0,4-0
140 ? Charles Cobb (New Jersey) over Thomas Allen (Wisconsin) Dec 3-0,2-0
145 ? Rylan Lubeck (Wisconsin) over James Green (New Jersey) Dec 4-2,0-5,6-1
152 ? Alex Dieringer (Wisconsin) over Russell Parson (New Jersey) Dec 5-2,6-0
160 ? Zak Benitz (Wisconsin) over Chris Dowdy (New Jersey) Dec 1-0,6-0
171 ? Jacob Morrissey (Wisconsin) over Conor Wasson (New Jersey) Pin 0:17
189 ? Devin Peterson (Wisconsin) over Frank Mattiace (New Jersey) TF 6-0,6-0
215 ? Shane Hughes (Wisconsin) over David Farr (New Jersey) Dec 6-2,7-2
285 ? Roland Dunlap (Wisconsin) over Mauro Correnti (New Jersey) Pin 6-0,0:25
Wisconsin?s team score was adjusted by -1.000 for unsportsmanlike conduct
MINNESOTA 2 37, CALIFORNIA 25
98 ? Gannon Volk (Minnesota 2) over Joey Cisneros (California 1) Dec 4-1,2-3,2-2
105 ? Jarred Oftedahl (Minnesota 2) over Matt Gamble (California 1) Dec 4-0,7-0
112 ? Tristan Manderfeld (Minnesota 2) over Michael Rincon (California 1) TF 7-0,6-0
119 ? Max Hvolbek (California 1) over Kyle Gliva (Minnesota 2) Dec 6-0,2-1
125 ? Sam Brancale (Minnesota 2) over Mike Ruiz (California 1) Pin 8-0,0-7,0:21
130 ? Mitch Bengtson (Minnesota 2) over John Orta (California 1) Dec 4-1,7-0
135 ? Jacoby Bergeron (Minnesota 2) over Josh Lopez (California 1) Dec 3-1,1-4,3-3
140 ? Blayne Briceno (California 1) over Dustin Dylla (Minnesota 2) Pin 1:28
145 ? Hayden Zillmer (Minnesota 2) over Alex Abono (California 1) Dec 5-10,2-1,7-1
152 ? Jordan Rothers (Minnesota 2) over Chris Matis (California 1) Pin 8-1,1:32
160 ? Ben Sullivan (Minnesota 2) over Colby Thompson (California 1) TF 7-0,6-0
171 ? Dillon Reid (California 1) over Kyle Begin (Minnesota 2) Pin 0:51
189 ? Hudson Buck (California 1) over Jake Swenson (Minnesota 2) Dec 1-0,6-0
215 ? Austin Lobsinger (California 1) over Alex Thurber (Minnesota 2) Pin 1:05
285 ? Parker Betts (Minnesota 2) over Jt Goodwin (California 1) Dec 6-0,1-0
ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM
Undefeated with at least six matches, regardless of weight class
Dante Rodriguez of Nebraska went 8-0
Tommy Pawleski of Illinois went 7-0
Gannon Volk of Minnesota went 6-0
Nkosi Moody of Illinois went 6-0
Bobby Nachreiner of Wisconsin went 11-0
Darshawn Sharp of Georgia went 8-0
Micah Perez of California went 8-0
Jacob Schmitt of Michigan went 9-0
Marshawn Sharp of Georgia went 8-0
Jered Cortez of Illinois went 8-0
Caleb Richardson of New Jersey went 7-0
Cory Clark of Iowa went 7-0
Dakota Bauer of Iowa went 9-0
Zane Richards of Illinois went 8-0
Tyler Fraley of New Jersey went 6-0
Mark Grey of New Jersey went 6-0
John Meeks of Iowa went 10-0
Todd Preston of New Jersey went 9-0
Steve Spearman of Pennsylvania went 7-0
Kevin Moylan of Illinois went 8-0
Brian Murphy of Illinois went 9-0
Blake Roulo of Virginia went 8-0
Jared Reis of North Dakota went 8-0
Nick Babcock of Colorado went 6-0
Alex Dierginer of Wisconsin went 7-0
Oliver Pierce of Texas went 7-0
Edwin Cooper of Illinois went 6-0
Austin Wilson of Nebraska went 8-0
Spartacus Chino of Illinois went 8-0
Kyle Crutchmer or Oklahoma went 10-0
Cody Caldwell of Iowa went 9-0
Nick Burghardt of Colorado went 8-0
Devin Peterson of Wisconsin went 8-0
Sam Brooks of Illinois went 6-0
Donnie Horner of Missouri went 10-0
Logan Erb of Ohio went 8-0
Brad Johnson of Illinois went 6-0
Cody Krumwiede of Iowa went 10-0
Brooks Black of Pennsylvania went 10-0
Orry Elor of California went 7-0
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