High School Wrestling

2019 National Prep Championship Recap

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photo courtesy of Richard Immel

While the individual state championships mark the end of the high school season for the majority of wrestlers, it’s a bit different for those in prep schools. These schools have a tournament all to themselves to decide not just a state champion, but a national champion.

Nationally Preps is recognized as one of the toughest tournaments in the country to win and regularly features a slew of future All-Americans. This year’s field was no different as some of the country’s best wrestlers took to the mat at Stabler Arena in Lehigh, Pennsylvania.

Here is a look at some of the interesting items from the National Prep Championships.

National Champions

106: Daniel Wask, Blair Academy (NJ)

113: Ryan Miller, Blair Academy (NJ)

120: Trevor Mastrogiovanni, Blair Academy (NJ)

126: Michael Colaiocco, Blair Academy (NJ)

132: Beau Bartlett, Wyoming Seminary  (PA)

138: Travis Mastrogiovanni, Blair Academy (NJ)

145: Connor Kievman, Wyoming Seminary (PA)

152: Nick Incontrera, Blair Academy (NJ)

160: Dominic Mata, Blair Academy (NJ)

170: Julian Ramirez, Blair Academy (NJ)

182: Jackson Turley, St. Christopher’s (VA)

195: Austin Cooley, Wyoming Seminary (PA)

220: Owen Trephan, Blair Academy (NJ)

285: Isaac Righter, Mount St. Joseph (MD)

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