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2020 Senior Nationals Day Three Final Results

Alirez_Andrew

photo courtesy of Sam Janicki; SJanickiPhoto.com

Men’s Freestyle

57 kg

Championship – Vito Arujau over Dylan Ragusin  13-3

Third Place – Jack Mueller over Sean Russell  8-2

Fifth Place – Frank Perrelli over Sam Latona  11-0

Seventh Place – Jakob Camacho over Shelton Mack  5-2

65 kg

Championship – Andrew Alirez over Evan Henderson  5-1

Third Place – Joey McKenna over Yahya Thomas  6-1

Fifth Place – Jaydin Eierman over Matt Kolodzik  2-1

Seventh Place – Nick Dardanes over Kanen Storr  3-0

74 kg

Championships – Logan Massa over Anthony Valencia  15-2

Third Place – Hayden Hidlay over Evan Wick  11-8

Fifth Place – Ryan Deakin over David Carr  5-2

Seventh Place – Danny Braunagel over Joey Lavallee  10-0

86 kg

Championship – Gabe Dean over Nate Jackson  1-1

Third Place – Trent Hidlay over Drew Foster  7-4

Fifth Place – Rocky Elam over David McFadden  3-3

Seventh Place – Taylor Lujan over CJ Brucki  8-4

97 kg

Championship – Kollin Moore over Kyven Gadson  12-5

Third Place – Hayden Zillmer over TJ Dudley  10-0

Fifth Place – Eric Schultz InjDef Kyle Snyder

Seventh Place – Ty Walz over Lucas Davison  7-4

125 kg

Championship – Mason Parris over Tanner Hall  12-2

Third Place – Dom Bradley over Trent Hillger  10-0

Fifth Place – Danny Chaid over Youssif Hemida  4-4

Seventh Place – Christian Lance over Tate Orndorff  6-4

Women’s Freestyle

62 kg

Championship – Jennifer Page over Macey Kilty  4-3

Third Place – Lexie Basham over Bridgette Duty  Fall 5:59

Fifth Place – Jackie Cataline InjDef Fatima Avalos

68 kg

Championship (Round Robin 3) – Forrest Molinari over Skylar Grote  Fall 4:20

Third Place (Round Robin 3) – Rachel Watters over Marliyn Garcia  3-1

76 kg 

Championship – Adeline Gray over Victoria Francis  10-0

Third Place – Dymond Guilford over Tristan Kelly  12-3

Fifth Place – Alexandra Castillo over Precious Bell  7-2

Seventh Place – Geneva Gray over Samantha Springer  12-2

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