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Fargo Champs by State (2010-19)

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photo courtesy of John Sachs; tech-fall.com

In any other year, we would be smack dab in the middle of the craziest week of wrestling on the high school calendar, Fargo! Or it’s official name, the Junior and 16U National Championships. Like many other events in wrestling,  sports, and life, in general, it has been canceled by the spread of COVID-19. So without any new matchups to breakdown or highlights to review, let’s take a look back at the last decade of action from the FargoDome. Here are the winners by age group and style over the last ten years. Some wrestlers may be on the list for multiple states; they have been listed for whichever state they represented during that tournament. Siblings that shared titles (there are a few during this time period) were each counted as champions. 

It should be no surprise when seeing the states that top each list. For the men’s freestyle and Greco-Roman, Illinois has been the class in both age groups on a consistent basis. While some states have made improvements of late, California continues to dominate on the women’s side. 

For all of the Fargo information you can imagine and then some, check out Jason Bryant’s Fargo Almanac. If you order it, you’ll receive annual updates, as well. 

16U Men’s Freestyle 

Illinois (19) – Dean Hamiti Jr (145/2019), Hayden Copass (285/2019), Hayden Copass (285/2018), Dylan Ragusin (100/2017), Noah Surtin (113/2017), Fidel Mayora (138/2017), Trevell Timmons (152/2015), Jacob Warner (170/2015), Austin Gomez (113/2014), Dylan Duncan (120/2014), Isaiah White (138/2013), Tyler Johnson (195/2013), Miguel Silva (100/2012), Jabari Moody (84/2011), Collin Holler (140/2011), Ricky Robertson (171/2011), Jered Cortez (112/2010), Ben Whitford (125/2010), Brian Murphy (140/2010)

Minnesota (17) – Jore Volk (100/2019), Bennett Berge (182/2019), Mason Gehloff (88/2018), Quayin Short (160/2018), Ryan Sokol (120/2017), Carson Manville (132/2017), Gable Steveson (220/2015), Keegan Moore (182/2014), Lance Benick (220/2013), Seth Gross (126/2012), Mark Hall (152/2012), Lance Benick (195/2012), Gannon Volk (91/2011), Tommy Thorn (105/2011), Seth Gross (112/2011), Sam Stoll (285/2011), Jake Short (135/2010)

Pennsylvania (13) – Lenny Pinto (170/2019), Kolby Franklin (220/2019), Carson Manville (145/2018), Luke Stout (170/2018), Carter Starocci (152/2017), Sammy Sasso (132/2015), Jared Verkleeren (145/2014), Gavin Teasdale (88/2013), Devin Schnupp (88/2012), Scott Parker (106/2012), Chance Marsteller (152/2011), Chance Marsteller (145/2010), Brooks Black (285/2010)

New Jersey (10) – Evan Tallmadge (106/2019), Travis Mastrogiovanni (138/2018), Robert Kanniard (160/2017), Nick Raimo (126/2016), Ryan Karoly (182/2016), Nick Raimo (120/2015), Ryan Karoly (160/2015), Brandon Dallavia (160/2014), Mason Manville (145/2013), Dylan Milonas (145/2011)

Ohio (10) – Seth Shumate (195/2019), Julian Tagg (100/2016), Jordan Decatur (120/2016), Braxton Amos (195/2016), Dylan D’Emilio (100/2015), Jordan Decatur (106/2015), Matt Stencel (195/2014), Matt Kolodzik (120/2012), Edgar Bright (125/2011), Ty Walz (215/2010)

Colorado (9) – Daniel Cardenas (132/2019), Dominick Serrano (126/2018), Jett Strickenberger (94/2017), Colton Yapoujian (113/2016), Cohlton Schultz (220/2016), Mosha Schwartz (88/2015), Malik Heinselman (94/2015), Malik Heinselman (88/2014), Mark Hall (160/2013)

Missouri (9) – Rocky Elam (182/2018), Joshua Saunders (126/2017), Devin Winston (182/2017), Ashton Sharp (195/2017), Jeremiah Reno (94/2016), Jake Boyd (195/2015), Ethan Karsten (138/2014), Michael Pixley (182/2012), Grant Leeth (135/2011)

Oklahoma (9) – Cael Hughes (94/2019), Jordan Williams (120/2019), John Wiley (138/2019), Jordan Williams (100/2018), Tate Picklo (152/2018), Montana Phillips (285/2016), Kaden Gfeller (94/2013), Daton Fix (113/2013), Zach Beard (160/2011)

California (7) – Maxximus Martinez (94/2018), Nic Aguilar (94/2014), Zahid Valencia (126/2013), Zahid Valencia (113/2012), Aaron Pico (132/2012), Anthony Valencia (138/2012), Aaron Pico (119/2012)

Indiana (7) – Joe Lee (138/2015), Paul Konrath (106/2014), Chad Red (126/2014), Nick Lee (132/2014), Stevan Micic (98/2011), Mitch Sliga (189/2011), Mitch Sliga (189/2010)

Iowa (6) – Drake Ayala (88/2017), Cullan Schriever (88/2016), Gannon Gremmel (220/2014), Carter Happel (132/2013), Jacob Marnin (285/2013), Phillip Laux (98/2010)

Arizona (5) – Jesse Ybarra (120/2018), Nathaniel Deasey (220/2018), Roman Bravo-Young (113/2015), Roman Bravo-Young (100/2014), Danny Vega (100/2013)

Michigan (5) – Braeden Davis (88/2019), Stoney Buell (152/2019), Josh Edmond (132/2018), Alex Facundo (145/2017), Corey Gamet (106/2016)

Texas (5) – AJ Ferrari (170/2017), Jack Mueller (106/2013), Nick Reenan (152/2013), Bo Nickal (160/2012), Oliver Pierce (152/2010)

Wisconsin (5) – Nicolar Rivera (106/2018), Jacob Raschka (182/2015), Beau Breske (170/2014), Beau Breske (170/2013), Hunter Marko (94/2012)

Oregon (4) – Travis Wittlake (170/2016), Osawaru Odighizuwa (285/2014), Wyatt Spears (285/2012), Ronnie Bresser (91/2010)

Florida (3) – Nic Bouzakis (126/2019), Anthony Artalona (145/2015), Fox Baldwin (145/2012)

Georgia (3) – Noah Pettigrew (195/2018), Justan Rivera (182/2013), Brooks Climmons (160/2010)

Maryland (3) – Thomas Stewart (160/2019), Aaron Brooks (160/2016), Kyle Snyder (215/2011)

New York (3) – Jacori Teemer (132/2016), Frankie Gissendanner (152/2016), Vito Arujau (126/2015)

Utah (3) – Brock Hardy (138/2016), Taylor LaMont (120/2013), Roy Nash (220/2012)

Washington (3) – Trey Meyer (152/2014), Ryan Christensen (170/2012), Jordan Rogers (171/2010)

Nebraska (2) – Jakason Burks (113/2018), Thomas Gilman (119/2010)

North Dakota (2) – Wilfried Tanefeu (113/2019), Jared Franek (145/2016)

Delaware (1) – Brent Fleetwood (84/2010)

Idaho (1) – Hayden Tuma (130/2011)

Kansas (1) – Austin Hood (105/2010)

Kentucky (1) – Zeke Escalera (106/2017)

South Dakota (1) – Nash Hutmacher (285/2017)

Tennessee (1) – Nicholas Boykin (285/2015)

Virginia (1) – Brandon Jeske (130/2010)

West Virginia (1) – Braxton Amos (220/2017)

16U Greco-Roman

Illinois (20) – Bradley Gillum (160/2019), Damien Lopez (138/2018), Fabian Lopez (138/2018), Adrien Cramer (160/2018), Dylan Ragusin (106/2017), Abe Assad (170/2017), Dylan Ragusin (94/2016), Will Lewan (138/2016), Peter Ogunsanya (100/2015), Jacob Warner (170/2015), Trey Keeley (88/2014), Austin Gomez (113/2014), Louie Hayes (88/2013), Austin Gomez (94/2013), Gabe Townsell (120/2013), Larry Early (138/2013), Vince Turk (120/2012), Jordan Lind (84/2010), Ben Whitford (125/2010), Zane Richards (130/2010)

Minnesota (16) – Caleb Thoennes  (88/2019), Jore Volk (100/2019), Gavin Nelson (170/2019), Mason Gehloff (94/2018), Carson Manville (132/2017), Alex Lloyd (132/2015), Jake Allar (132/2014), Owen Webster (160/2014), Keegan Moore (182/2014), Mitch McKee (113/2013), Lance Benick (220/2013), Mitch McKee (100/2012), Mason Manville (145/2012), Lance Benick (195/220), Gannon Volk (91/2011), Sam Stoll (285/2011)

California (14) – Ray Ray Harris (94/2019), Brock Bobzien (113/2019), Robert Perez III (145/2019), Robert Perez III (145/2018), Patrick Ramirez (126/2015), Nic Aguilar (94/2014), Jaden Enriquez (126/2014), Zahid Valencia (126/2013), Aaron Pico (132/2012), Aaron Pico (119/2011), Jon Jay Chavez (125/2011), Elijah Davis (130/2011), Rich Martinez (135/2011), Isaiah Martinez (135/2010)

Pennsylvania (11) – Nick Feldman (182/2019), Sheldon Seymour (106/2018), Carson Manville (152/2018), Kolby Franklin (195/2018), Carter Starocci (160/2017), Devin Schnupp (88/2012), Darian Cruz (105/2011), Chance Marsteller (152/2011), Eric Morris (160/2011), Ray O’Donnell (171/2011), Brooks Black (285/2010)

Washington (11) – Gage Cook (220/2019), Kenndyl Mobley (100/2018), Haiden Drury (120/2018), Braxton Mikesell (220/2018), Yusief Lillie (100/2017), Mason Phillips (132/2016), James Rogers (152/2016), Chandler Rogers (170/2012), Chandler Rogers (145/2011), Tyler Coates (160/2010), Jordan Rogers (171/2010)

Oregon (10) – Jacob Barnes (285/2019), Chance Lamer (88/2017), Travis Wittlake (170/2016), Travis Wittlake (160/2015), Riley Jaramillo (152/2014), Sam Colbray (195/2013), Sam Colbray (182/2012), Wyatt Spears (285/2012), Cody Jackson (84/2011), Ronnie Bresser (98/2011)

Wisconsin (9) – Nicolar Rivera (120/2019), Tyler Hannah (182/2018), Hunter Lewis (113/2017), Beau Breske (170/2014), Josh Bird (132/2013), Beau Breske (170/2013), Hunter Marko (94/2012), Joseph Nelson (138/2012), Ryan Gartner (145/2010)

New Jersey (8) – Nick Raimo (126/2016), Ryan Karoly (182/2016), Nick Raimo (120/2015), Andrew Merola (138/2015), Mason Manville (145/2013), Joey McKenna (112/2011), Joey McKenna (98/2010), Patrick Coover (140/2010)

Missouri (6) – Greyden Penner (170/2018), Ashton Sharp (195/2017), Tyler Curd (220/2016), Malik Johnson (106/2015), Ethan Karsten (138/2014), J’Den Cox (215/2011)

Ohio (6) – Seth Shumate (195/2019), Davin Rhoads (126/2018), Alex Coleman (285/2018), Braxton Amos (195/2016), Matt Stencel (195/2014), Kevin Vough (285/2014)

Colorado (5) – Theorius Robison (120/2016), Mosha Schwartz (88/2015), Malik Heinselman (94/2015), Cohlton Schultz (220/2015), Mark Hall (160/2013)

Idaho (5) – Kaden Ramos (88/2018), Jonathon Fagen (182/2017), Ridge Lovett (100/2016), Matthew Park (145/2014), Hayden Tuma (119/2010)

Michigan (5) – Kevon Davenport (138/2017), Jordan Hamdan (113/2016), Cole Weaver (126/2012), Jacob Schmitt (105/2010), Adam Coon (215/2010)

Arizona (4) – Ramon Ramos (126/2019), Dawon Andrews (145/2016), Roman Bravo-Young (113/2015), Roman Bravo-Young (100/2014)

Florida (4) – Anthony Artalona (145/2015), Max Wohlabaugh (152/2015), Kyle Norstrem (106/2012), Dylan Lucas (91/2010)

Indiana (4) – Eli Pokorney (285/2017), Andrew Davison (182/2015), Mitch Sliga (189/2011), Mitch Sliga (189/2010)

Iowa (4) – Spencer Trenary (285/2016), Jacob Marnin (285/2013), Peter Nagy (140/2011), Jack Hathaway (112/2010)

Oklahoma (4) – John Wiley (138/2019), Carter Young (94/2017), Reece Witcraft (126/2017), Daton Fix (106/2013)

Texas (4) – Parker Decker (113/2018), Coltan Williams (120/2014), Nick Reenan (152/2013), Bo Nickal (152/2012) 

Maryland (3) – Aaron Brooks (160/2016), Brady Daniel (195/2015), Hunter Ritter (182/2013)

Utah (3) – McKay Foy (152/2017), Kimball Bastian (160/2012), Roy Nash (220/2012)

Georgia (2) – Michael Kilic (132/2019), RJ Weston (152/2019)

North Dakota (2) – Christian Tanefeu (106/2019), Brandon Metz (220/2014)

Virginia (2) – Joey Prata (100/2013), Coy Ozias (113/2012)

West Virginia (2) – Brayden Roberts (138/2018), Braxton Amos (220/2018)

Alabama (1) – Sam Latona (88/2016)

Kansas (1) – Jace Koelzer (106/2016)

Louisiana (1) – Scott Gibbons (152/2010)

Montana (1) – Michael Weber (145/2017)

Nebraska (1) – Phillip Moomey (120/2017)

Nevada (1) – Ian Timmins (106/2014)

Tennessee (1) – Nicholas Boykin (285/2015)

16U Women’s Freestyle

California (17) – Jennifer Soto (117/2019), Hannah Ricioli (152/2019), Cheyenne Bowman (132/2018), Emily Se (138/2017), Jasmin Clark (200/2017), Alleida Martinez (101/2016), Gracie Figueroa (124/2016), Alleida Martinez (101/2015), Gracie Figueroa (115/2015), Nonie Reyes-Small (143/2014), McKenzie Bacich (95/2013), Angelica Llanes (108/2013), Gabby Garcia (115/2013), Cadence Lee (108/2012), Marina Doi (88/2011), Regina Doi (95/2011), Jasmine Mendoza (132/2011)

Colorado (7) – Adriana Dorado-Marin (117/2018), Tristan Kelly (164/2018), Jerzie Estrada (124/2015), Ashlynn Ortega (132/2015), Ashlynn Ortega (132/2014), Maya Nelson (132/2013), Cody Pfau (101/2011)

New York (7) – Sofia Macaluso (122/2019), Ally Fitzgerald (112/2018), Mia Macaluso (127/2018), Hailey Cancelleri (172/2016), Alexis Bleau (154/2014), Alexis Porter (143/2012), Rosemary Flores (124/2011)

Texas (7) – Nia Miranda (144/2017), Alex Liles (132/2016), Rachel Bridges (198/2015), Jayda Bordeaux (88/2014), Naomi Chavez (95/2014), Taylor Rosario (172/2013), Kierra Boyce (198/2011)

Hawaii (6) – Jahnea Miguel (138/2018), Kelani Corbett (152/2017), Teshya Alo (124/2013), Malie Gonsalves (84/2012), Teshya Alo (124/2012), Bree Rapoza (115/2011)

Michigan (6) – Paige Amy (143/2015), Kenya Spencer (172/2014), Kenya Spencer (154/2013), Autumn Rux (154/2012), Kaitlyn Hill (172/2012), Autumn Rux (154/2011)

Washington (6) – Nevaeh Cassidy (144/2018), Abby Lees (154/2015), Sierra Joyner (115/2014), Emily Huerta (198/2014), Brittnee Cook (95/2012), Ryan Gibbons (198/2012)

Wisconsin (6) – Brianna Staebler (180/2019), Macey Kilty (127/2017), Natalie Kemp (180/2017), Macey Kilty (108/2016), Jayden Laurent (143/2016), Hannah Ramos (154/2016)

Illinois (5) – Korina Blades (127/2019), Kennedy Blades (164/2019), Mia Palumbo (106/2018), Kennedy Blades (152/2018), Louisa Schwab (122/2017)

Oregon (5) – Destiny Rodriguez (144/2019), Alexys Zepeda (122/2018), Sarah Conner (132/2017), Bailey Dennis (164/2017), Jessica DeHart (101/2012)

Missouri (4) – Faith Cole (106/2019), Nonnie Justice (132/2019), Jaycee Foeller (180/2018), Alisha Howk (108/2015)

Nevada (3) – Sterling Dias (94/2019), Reese Larramendy (138/2019), Sterling Dias (94/2018)

Ohio (3) – Leilah Castro (117/2017), Olivia Shore (100/2017), McKayla Campbell (95/2015)

Oklahoma (3) – Olivia Brown (200/2019), Olivia Brown (200/2018), Becka Leathers (132/2012)

Georgia (2) – Amani Jones (112/2019), Hailey Horton (101/2014)

Idaho (2) – Brelane Huber (106/2017), Cierra Foster (124/2014)

Iowa (2) – Rachel Watters (143/2013), Cassandra Herkelman (115/2012)

Minnesota (2) – Emily Shilson (94/2017), Emily Shilson (95/2016)

Pennsylvania (2) – Caitlyn Walker (88/2016), Vayle Rae Baker (88/2015)

Utah (2) – Sage Mortimer (100/2019), Sage Mortimer (100/2018)

Virginia (2) – Jesse Kirby (198/2016), Jesse Kirby (172/2015)

Arizona (1) – Stefana Jelacic (112/2017)

Connecticut (1) – Cara Broadus (115/2016)

Florida (1) – Nadine Fiege (198/2013)

Indiana (1) – Kayla Miracle (108/2011)

South Carolina (1) – Genesis Patterson (101/2013)

South Dakota (1) – Ronna Heaton (108/2014)

Wyoming (1) – Virginia Burkett (143/2011)

Junior Men’s Freestyle

Illinois (25) – Daniel Sheen (100/2019), Anthony Molton (120/2019), Abe Assad (182/2019), Luke Luffman (285/2019), Danny Braunagel (160/2018), Jack Jessen (182/2018), Luke Luffman (220/2018), Anthony Cassioppi (285/2018), Will Lewan (152/2017), Jacob Warner (195/2017), Anthony Cassioppi (285/2017), Austin Gomez (126/2016), Louie Hayes (106/2015), Larry Early (152/2015), Isaiah White (145/2014), Adarios Jones (285/2014), Kirk Johansen (100/2013), Jered Cortez (126/2013), Bryce Brill (138/2012), Sam Brooks (195/2012), Nkosi Moody (98/2011), Matt Garrelli (105/2011), Zane Richards (130/2011), Matt Garrelli (98/2010), Eddie Klimara (125/2010)

Ohio (17) – Angelo Rini (126/2019), Paddy Gallagher (160/2019), Jordan Decatur (132/2018), Bryce Andonian (145/2018), Carson Kharchla (170/2018), Drew Mattin (126/2017), David Carr (160/2017), Ben Darmstadt (195/2016), Austin Assad (126/2015), Austin Assad (120/2014), Nathan Tomasello (120/2013), Anthony Collica (145/2013), Markus Scheidel (160/2013), Nathan Tomasello (120/2012), Anthony Collica (145/2012), Nathan Tomasello (112/2011), Greg Kuhar (285/2010)

Minnesota (11) – Patrick Kennedy (170/2019), Patrick McKee (120/2017), Griffin Parriott (152/2016), Jake Allar (160/2016), Owen Webster (182/2016), Mitch McKee (126/2014), Tommy Thorn (132/2014), Bobby Steveson (195/2014), Seth Gross (132/2013), Tommy Thorn (113/2012), Destin McCauley (152/2010)

Iowa (10) – Drake Ayala (113/2019), Cullan Schriever (113/2018), Max Lyon (182/2017), Gannon Gremmel (285/2016), Fredy Stroker (145/2015), Marcus Harrington (220/2014), Tanner Rohweder (100/2012), Cory Clark (126/2012), Jake Ballweg (140/2010), Nick Moore (160/2010)

California (9) – Andre Gonzales (106/2019), Jace Luchau (152/2019), Jonovan Smith (195/2019), Nic Aguilar (113/2016), Randon Miranda (100/2014), Aaron Pico (138/2013), Isaiah Martinez (160/2012), Morgan McIntosh (215/2011), Morgan McIntosh (189/2010)

New Jersey (7) – Wil Guida (106/2018), Michael Colaiocco (126/2018), Wil Guida (100/2017), Matt Kolodzik (138/2015), Mason Manville (152/2014), Myles Martin (182/2014), Austin Ormsbee (135/2010)

Wisconsin (7) – Eric Barnett (120/2018), Keegan O’Toole (138/2018), Beau Breske (170/2015), Hunter Marko (106/2013), Alex Dieringer (160/2011), Devin Peterson (189/2011), Alex Dieringer (145/2010)

Arizona (6) – Anthony Echemendia (145/2019), Atilano Escobar (132/2017), Jason Holmes (106/2016), Jason Holmes (100/2015), Brandon Courtney (113/2015), Danny Vega (106/2014)

Michigan (6) – Ben Freeman (138/2017), Ian Parker (132/2016), Adam Coon (285/2013), Adam Coon (285/2012), Ben Whitford (135/2011), Freddie Rodriguez (112/2010)

Indiana (5) – Brayton Lee (152/2018), Lucas Davison (195/2018), Nick Lee (138/2016), Mitch Sliga (195/2013), Jason Tsirtsis (140/2011)

Missouri (5) – Joshua Saunders (138/2019), Zach Elam (220/2017), Canten Marriott (170/2016), Michael Pixley (182/2013), J’Den Cox (220/2012)

Colorado (4) – Dominick Serrano (132/2019), Malik Heinselman (100/2016), Jacob Seely (195/2015), Connor Medbery (285/2011)

Florida (4) – Anthony Artalona (145/2017), Anthony Artalona (145/2016), Patrick Downey (171/2011), Tyler Liberatore (130/2010)

Oklahoma (4) – Daton Fix (120/2015), Joe Smith (160/2015), Chandler Rogers (170/2014), Kyle Crutchmer (170/2012)

Pennsylvania (4) – Joey Fischer (100/2018), Gavin Teasdale (120/2016), Jordan Wood (220/2015), Zain Retherford (132/2012)

Utah (4) – Taylor LaMont (132/2015), Matt Findlay (138/2014), Roy Nash (220/2013), Carson Kuhn (119/2010)

Oregon (3) – Sam Colbray (220/2016), Osawaru Odighizuwa (285/2015), Zac Brunson (152/2011)

Texas (3) – Nick Reenan (182/2015), Jack Mueller (113/2014), Bo Nickal (170/2013)

Maryland (2) – Aaron Brooks (170/2017), Josh Llopez (152/2012)

North Dakota (2) – Ryan Blees (160/2014), Ryan Blees (152/2013)

Alabama (1) – Sam Latona (106/2017)

Connecticut (1) – Ross Spencer (105/2010)

Idaho (1) – Tanner Hall (215/2010)

Nebraska (1) – Thomas Gilman (119/2011)

Nevada (1) – Ty Smith (113/2017)

New Mexico (1) – Paul Mascarenas (106/2012)

New York (1) – Brian Realbuto (145/2011)

South Dakota (1) – Logan Storley (171/2010)

Tennessee (1) – Elijah Oliver (113/2013)

Virginia (1) – Joey Dance (125/2011)

Washington (1) – Jordan Rogers (182/2012)

West Virginia (1) – Braxton Amos (220/2019)

Junior Greco-Roman

Illinois (25) – Luke Luffman (285/2019), Jace Punke (220/2019), Alex Cramer (170/2018), Zac Braunagel (182/2018), Jace Punke (220/2018), Anthony Cassioppi (285/2018), Anthony King (100/2017), Jack Jessen (182/2017), Jacob Warner (195/2017), Anthony Cassioppi (285/2017), Dack Punke (113/2016), Logan Gruszka (182/2016), Louie Hayes (106/2015), Dack Punke (113/2015), Gabe Townsell (126/2015), Kamal Bey (170/2015), Davonte Mahomes (160/2013), Jabari Moody (100/2012), Nkosi Moody (106/2012), KeVon Powell (120/2012), Zane Richards (132/2012), Sam Brooks (182/2012), Nkosi Moody (98/2011), Jahwon Akui (171/2011), Dylan Reel (160/2010)

Minnesota (12) – Paxton Creese (113/2018), Cael Carlson (145/2018), Peyton Robb (152/2017), Mitch McKee (138/2016), Griffin Parriott (152/2016), Mitch McKee (132/2015), Ben Brancale (138/2015), Skyler Petry (120/2014), Sam Stoll (285/2014), Jarred Oftedahl (113/2012), Parker Betts (285/2011), Dylan Ness (145/2010)

California (10) – Andre Gonzales (106/2019), Kyle Parco (138/2018), Peyton Omania (152/2018), Jaden Enriquez (145/2017), Anthony Mantanona (160/2016), Randon Miranda (100/2014), Blayne Briceno (145/2013), Johnson Mai (105/2011), Luke Sheridan (189/2010), Orry Elor (285/2010)

Florida (9) – Dante Jiovenetta (285/2015), Brandon Staley (106/2013), Geordan Speiller (160/2012), Isaiah Varona (119/2011), Rossi Bruno (125/2011), Kevin Norstrem (130/2011), Geordan Speiller (160/2011), Rossi Bruno (125/2010), Tyler Liberatore (130/2010)

Idaho (9) – Ridge Lovett (138/2019), Ridge Lovett (132/2018), Jaron Chavez (160/2017), Dorian Sapien (113/2014), Jon Jay Chavez (170/2014), Hayden Tuma (132/2013), Jon Jay Chavez (152/2013), Hayden Tuma (138/2012), Trevor Rupp (215/2010)

Michigan (9) – Chayse LaJoie (120/2019), Chayse LaJoie (120/2018), Rayvon Foley (120/2017), Dalton Roberts (100/2013), Adam Coon (285/2013), Adam Coon (285/2012), Ben Whitford (135/2011), Adam Coon (215/2011), Freddie Rodriguez (105/2010)

Utah (8) – Taylor LaMont (132/2016), Wyatt Koelling (195/2015), Taylor LaMont (126/2014), Brooks Robinson (152/2014), Roy Nash (220/2014), Roy Nash (220/2013), Grant LaMont (145/2012), Jacob Falk (145/2011)

Washington (7) – Haiden Drury (132/2019), Brenden Chaowanapibool (1006/2018), Austin Almaguer (126/2018), Brandon Kaylor (113/2017), Dalton Young (132/2017), Mason Phillips (138/2017), Chandler Rogers (170/2013)

Iowa (6) – Brandon O’Brien (100/2019), Cade DeVos (160/2019), Alex Thomsen (126/2017), Cory Clark (126/2012), Alex Meyer (170/2012), Elijah Sullivan (140/2010)

Oregon (5) – Haydn Maley (220/2017), Haydn Maley (195/2016), Sam Colbray (220/2016), Sam Colbray (195/2014), Ronnie Bresser (113/2013)

Pennsylvania (5) – Angel Garcia (170/2019), Jaret Lane (106/2016), Jaret Lane (100/2015), Hayden Hidlay (152/2015), Ryan Solomon (195/2012)

Georgia (4) – Vincent Baker (195/2019), Andrew Webb (145/2015), Justan Rivera (182/2014), Joseph McClure (195/2013)

Missouri (4) – Matt Schmitt (126/2016), Blake Clevenger (138/2014), Colton Howell (112/2011), Colton Howell (98/2010)

North Dakota (4) – Brandon Metz (285/2016), Jordan Shearer (126/2016), Preston Lehmann (182/2013), Joel Schumacher (140/2011)

Wisconsin (4) – Tyler Dow (160/2018), Alex Dieringer (152/2011), Devin Peterson (189/2011), Devin Peterson (171/2010) 

Colorado (3) – Brendon Garcia (106/2017),  Brendon Garcia (100/2016), Ryan Deakin (145/2016)

Nebraska (3) – Camden Russell (126/2019), James Burks (152/2019), RaVaughn Perkins (152/2010)

New Jersey (3) – Chris Foca (182/2019), Joey McKenna (138/2013), Tyler Fraley (112/2010)

New York (3) – William Koll (132/2014), Renaldo Rodriguez-Spencer (145/2014), Burke Paddock (160/2014)

Oklahoma (3) – Eli Griffin (100/2018), Dalton Duffield (120/2016), Dalton Duffield (120/2015)

Arizona (2) – Anthony Echemendia (145/2019), Danny Vega (106/2014)

Nevada (2) – Billy Sullivan (113/2019), Andrew Berreyesa (170/2017)

Texas (2) – Nick Reenan (182/2015), Oliver Pierce (152/2012)

Hawaii (1) – Josh Terao (120/2013)

Indiana (1) – Lucas Davison (195/2018)

Kansas (1) – Taylor Moeder (135/2010)

Maryland (1) – Kyle Snyder (220/2012)

Montana (1) – Val Rauser (119/2010)

Ohio (1) – James Ford (220/2015)

South Dakota (1) – Brett Bye (160/2015)

Tennessee (1) – Tommy Brackett (170/2016)

Junior Women’s Freestyle

California (20) – Alexandra Castillo (200/2018), Alleida Martinez (117/2017), Gracie Figueroa (122/2017), Alexandra Castillo (200/2017), Arianna Cobian (225/2017), Alleida Martinez (105/2016), Gracie Figueroa (121/2016), Victoria Espinoza (198/2016), Sariyah Jones (105/2015), Gracie Figueroa (117/2015), Marina Doi (97/2014), Regina Doi (97/2014), Dominique Parrish (117/2014), Gabby Garcia (121/2014), Kendall Reusing (159/2014), Marina Doi (97/2013), Regina Doi (97/2013), Alex Gomez (112/2012), Amanda Hendey (130/2011), Ronny Elor (220/2010)

Texas (12) – Xochitl Mota-Pettis (127/2019), Gabrielle Holloway (225/2019), Xochitl Mota-Pettis (127/2018), Gabrielle Holloway (225/2018), Alex Liles (132/2017), Alex Liles (130/2016), Taylor Rosario (172/2014), Evalyn Reyna (125/2012), Natalia Hinojo (148/2012), Kierra Boyce (198/2012), Miriam Moreno (198/2011), Miriam Moreno (190/2010)

Hawaii (11) – Tiare Ikei (117/2019), Kelani Corbett (180/2019), Teshya Alo (139/2016), Teniya Alo (121/2015), Teshya Alo (139/2015), Teshya Alo (130/2014), Teshya Alo (125/2013), Bree Rapoza (117/2011), Megan Yamaguchi (109/2010), Chrissy Chow (124/2010), Mindy Chow (124/2010)

Washington (11) – Kaylee Moore (132/2019), Emma Bruntil (138/2018), Emma Bruntil (138/2017), Cameron Guerin (112/2016), Brenda Reyna (117/2016), Marizza Birrueta (112/2014), Desiree Zavala (139/2014), Kiaya Van Scoyoc (198/2014), Kiaya Van Scoyoc (172/2013), Ryan Gibbons (198/2013), Hannah Moon (139/2011)

New York (8) – Michaela Beck (125/2016), Monia Mason (198/2015), Alexis Porter (148/2014), Rachel Hale (121/2013), Alexis Porter (148/2013), Alexis Porter (139/2012), Mary Westman (159/2012), Rosemary Flores (125/2011)

Pennsylvania (7) – Montana Delawder (112/2019), Tiffani Baublitz (152/2019), Vayle Rae Baker (117/2018), Vayle Rae Baker (106/2017), Kim Speigel (172/2011), Kayla Brendlinger (116/2010), Kim Speigel (153/2010)

Wisconsin (7) – Gabrielle Skidmore (122/2019), Jayden Laurent (144/2018), Macey Kilty (152/2018), Alisha Howk (112/2017), Macey Kilty (127/2017), Jayden Laurent (144/2017), Sara Kouba (172/2016)

Colorado (6) – Tristan Kelly (164/2018), Maya Nelson (130/2015), Maya Nelson (125/2014), Cody Pfau (105/2013), Maya Nelson (130/2013), Cody Pfau (105/2012)

Illinois (6) – Kennedy Blades (164/2019), Gabrielle Hamilton (200/2019), Mia Palumbo (106/2018), Alexis Gomez (152/2017), Haley Augello (105/2011), Haley Augello (102/2010)

Michigan (5) – Kenya Spencer (172/2015), Steffanie Hampton (117/2013), Autumn Rux (159/2013), Julia Salata (159/2011), Julia Salata (146/2010)

Iowa (4) – Felicity Taylor (112/2018), Rachel Watters (159/2016), Rachel Watters (159/2015), Megan Black (112/2012)

Minnesota (4) – Emily Shilson (106/2019), Emily Shilson (100/2018), Emily Shilson (100/2017), Emily Shilson (97/2016)

Alaska (3) – McKenzie Cook (144/2019), Sydnee Kimber (164/2017), Hope Steffensen (117/2012)

Indiana (3) – Alara Boyd (138/2019), Kayla Miracle (121/2012), Sarah Hildebrandt (121/2011)

Kansas (3) – Marissa Patterson (180/2017), Krista Revelle (148/2011), Krista Revelle (139/2010)

Florida (2) – Abnelis Yambo (132/2018), Katie Germain (130/2012) 

Georgia (2) – Kayla Marano (148/2016), Amy Hou (97/2012)

Missouri (2) – Emily Webster (97/2011), Emily Webster (95/2010)

Oklahoma (2) – Becka Leathers (125/2015), Becka Leathers (139/2013)

South Dakota (2) – Ronna Heaton (112/2015), Ronna Heaton (105/2014)

Idaho (1) – Anneliese DeAragon (165/2010)

New Jersey (1) – Skylar Grote (148/2015)

Ohio (1) – McKayla Campbell (97/2015)

Oregon (1) – Alexys Zepeda (122/2018), Sam Urban (172/2012)

Puerto Rico (1) – Vicmarie Requena (112/2013)

South Carolina (1) – Brieana Delgado (132/2010)

Utah (1) – Sage Mortimer (100/2019)

Virginia (1) – Jesse Kirby (180/2018)

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