2019 Junior National Duals – All Greco-Roman Team

138 – KYLE PARCO (Fresno State/De La Salle, NC)

2019 JUNIOR NATIONAL DUALS GRECO-ROMAN

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

100 – Jore Volk of Minnesota Blue went 6-0
100 – Christian Forbes of Oklahoma went 4-0
106 – Archer Heelan of Nebraska Red went 8-0
106 – Andre Gonzales of California Blue went 7-0
106 – Blake West of Minnesota Blue went 5-0
106 – Trevor Anderson of Iowa went 4-0
113 – Cole Smith of Colorado went 9-0
113 – Nathan Rubino of Nebraska Blue went 8-0
113 – Cruz Aguilar of Colorado went 9-0
113 – Chad Bellis of Illinois went 4-0
120 – Jackson Nielson of Nebraska Red went 8-0
120 – Nain Vazquez of Illinois went 6-0
120 – Dustin Norris of Ohio went 6-0
120 – Zach Keal of Kansas Blue went 5-0
120 – Christian Cabuag of California Blue went 4-0
126 – Conor Knopick of Nebraska Blue went 8-0
126 – Nick Masters of Georgia went 6-0
126 – Dominic Chavez of Texas went 5-0
126 – Kyle Burwick of North Dakota Blue went 4-0
132 – Tarrell Wallace Jr of Florida went 8-0
132 – Reece Witcraft of Oklahoma went 6-0
138 – Kyle Parco of California Blue went 7-0
138 – Kobe Ames of Alaska went 6-0
138 – Logan James of Iowa went 5-0
138 – Spencer Schickram of Oklahoma went 5-0
145 – Antonio Segura of Colorado went 9-0
145 – Kobe Ames of Alaska went 6-0
145 – Luke Odom of Illinois went 6-0
145 – Garrett Bowers of Tennessee went 6-0
145 – Jared Gallegos of Texas went 5-0
152 – Fidel Mayora of Illinois went 7-0
152 – Preston Decker of Texas went 5-0
152 – Adrian St. Germain of Washington went 5-0
160 – Steven Villalobos of Florida went 8-0
160 – Cade DeVos of Iowa went 7-0
170 – Ryan Cody of Florida went 8-0
170 – Ankhaa Enkhmandakh of California Blue went 5-0
182 – Damen Pape of Nebraska Blue went 8-0
182 – Abe Assad of Illinois went 6-0
182 – Cayden Atkins of Kansas Red went 6-0
182 – Ben Vanadia of Ohio went 4-0
195 – Vincent Baker of Georgia went 8-0
195 – Kyle Haas of Kansas Blue went 6-0
195 – Kai Olson of Washington went 6-0
195 – Parker Petersen of Tennessee went 5-0
195 – Brandon Hoselton of Illinois went 4-0
220 – Dillyn Miller of Nebraska Blue went 8-0
220 – Ramin Abraham of Illinois went 6-0
220 – Cody Fisher of Iowa went 4-0
285 – Max Diaz of Florida went 8-0
285 – Spencer Trenary of Iowa went 8-0
285 – Donovan King of Michigan Red went 7-0
285 – Nash Hutmacher of South Dakota went 7-0
285 – Alex Coleman of Ohio went 5-0