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2020 Super 32 Lightweight Preview (106-126)

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The 2020 Super 32 is almost here. Since the 16U/Junior National Championships (Fargo) were cancelled, this is the high school event I’ve anticipated the most. Even in an average year, the Super 32 draws talent from every nook and corner of the country to compete for a coveted championship belt. With few marquee events in the weeks and months leading up to the 2020 Super 32, combined with the tournament’s allure, I was correct and an incredible field registered. 

The tournament will have a slightly different look this time around as it will be held in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, opposed to its normal home in Greensboro, North Carolina. North Carolina would not allow an event this size, while South Carolina has for a few months now. 

Our previews will outline all of the ranked wrestlers slated to compete, along with others to watch along the way. These are so massive that we’ve had to divide them into chunks. This one will include weights 106-126. 132 through 160 will follow and 170 through 285 will close things out. So, let’s jump into it and look at the first four weight classes, which comprise our lightweight preview. 

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Ranked Wrestlers: #1 Nathanael Jesuroga (Southeast Polk, IA); #2 Vincent Kilkeary (Greater Latrobe, PA); #4 Aden Valencia (Ann Sobrato, CA); #5 Nikolaus O’Neill (Malvern Prep, PA); #7 Dillon Campbell (Legacy Christian Academy, OH); #8 Zan Fugitt (Nixa, MO); #11 Braeden Davis (Dundee, MI); #12 Drew Heethuis (Detroit Central Catholic, MI); #13 Ethan Rivera (Lake Highland Prep, FL); #14 Isaiah Quintero (El Dorado, CA); #16 Marcello Miliani (St. Mary’s, MI); #17 Jaxon Joy (Wadsworth, OH); #19 Ben Davino (St. Charles East, IL); #20 Alan Koehler (Prior Lake, MN)

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