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Cadet World Championships

Postby JM » Tue Sep 05, 2017 3:52 pm

A name to remember for the future - Cohlton Schultz.

The Cadet (ages 15-16) World Championships are being held this week in Athens, Greece and young Mr. Schultz became the first USA wrestler to win a Cadet Greco title in 20 years. Schultz is a native of Parker, CO. He won his gold medal match at 100kg (220 pounds) 3-1 with the winning takedown in the final 15 seconds over Vatzi of Hungary.
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Re: Cadet World Championships

Postby JM » Wed Sep 06, 2017 6:52 pm

The U.S. Greco team finished in 11th place with 23 points and six wrestlers securing top-ten finishes, including Schultz at 1st at 100 kg, Dylan Ragusin at 7th at 46 kg/101 lbs., Ridge Lovett at 7th at 54 kg/119 lbs., Lucas Byrd at 8th at 50 kg/110 lbs., Mason Phillips at 10th at 63 kg/139 lbs. and Ashton Sharp at 10th at 85 kg/187 lbs.

The Cadet World Championships continue tomorrow with women’s freestyle and will wrap up with men’s freestyle.

2017 CADET WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
at Athens, Greece, Sept. 4-10

Final GRECO team scores
1. Russia - 64
2. Iran - 50
3. Ukraine - 49
4. Georgia – 48
5. Kazakhstan – 41
6. Japan – 34
7. Azerbaijan - 33
8. Turkey - 29
9. India – 28
10. Hungary – 26
11. USA – 23
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Re: Cadet World Championships

Postby JM » Thu Sep 07, 2017 5:16 pm

Half of the Cadet Women's Freestyle weight classes are complete. Two Americans will bring home silver medals so far. Emily Shilson loses in the finals to Japan at 43kg while Alara Boyd from Indiana also loses to Japan at 65kg, 1-1.
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Re: Cadet World Championships

Postby JM » Fri Sep 08, 2017 4:37 pm

Two USA Cadets, Caitlyn Walker at 40kg and Kelani Corbett at 70kg lose their bronze medal matches and finish 5th in the second and last day of the Girl's World Championships. The USA girls team ends up in 5th place in the world behind Japan, India, Russia and Ukraine.

During the first day of boys Cadet Freestyle wrestling, Illinois' Will Lewan at 69kg is the only American (out of five) to make it into the finals, which will be held on Saturday afternoon.
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Re: Cadet World Championships

Postby JM » Sat Sep 09, 2017 6:04 pm

Will Lewan wins the Gold medal at the Cadet Worlds. Behind on criteria 1-1, Lewan scored a td over his opponent from Azerbaijan with just two seconds left in the match.
Gavin Hoffman won his 3rd place match to earn the other USA medal on the day.
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Re: Cadet World Championships

Postby JM » Sun Sep 10, 2017 4:44 pm

A very good final day for the USA's Cadets !

USA lands three champs in Cadet Worlds finale

By Taylor Miller, USA Wrestling | Sept. 10, 2017, 3:43 p.m. (ET)

ATHENS, Greece – The United States went three-for-three in Sunday night’s gold-medal finals of the 2017 Cadet World Championships in Athens, Greece.

Kurt McHenry won his second-consecutive Cadet World title, cruising to a 12-4 victory in the 46 kg/101 lbs. finals of the 2017 Cadet World Championships in Athens, Greece, on Sunday evening.

McHenry’s slick throw-by takedowns were the key in his gold-medal bout against 2016 Cadet World champion Giorgi Gegelashvili. He led 8-0 within the final minute, but the Georgian made it to the scoreboard with a takedown a turn with a trapped-arm gut to cut McHenry’s lead to 8-4. McHenry scored as the buzzer sounded on a four-point throw for a 12-4 win and his second World championship.

In their international debuts, Aaron Brooks and Daniel Kerkvliet also claimed World golds, defeating Russians in the 76 kg/167 lbs. and 100 kg/220 lbs. finals, respectively.

Brooks controlled the first period, scoring on a four-point throw, a pair of takedowns and exposure to lead the Cadet European champion Arsamag Khostikoev of Russia, 12-3, at the break. Khostikoev executed back-to-back takedowns to cut Brooks’ lead to 12-7, but the American didn’t waver, holding on for the championship belt.

At heavyweight, Kerkvliet grinded out a 2-1 triumph over Cadet European champion Ismail-Bek Nirov of Russia. Kerkvliet scored first, drawing a passivity point, but the Russian followed up with a step out for a 1-1 lead on criteria at the break. Kerkvliet continued to push the pace in the second period, getting another point from Russian passivity to seal the win and a gold medal.

Jacori Teemer came away with bronze at 63 kg/139 lbs., defeating South Africa’s Francois Rossouw by a first-period fall. Teemer led 8-0 before the fall, well on his way to a bronze medal.

At 54 kg/119 lbs., Robert Howard was unable to qualify for the bronze-medal bout falling in Sunday morning’s repechage. Howard won his first match, defeating Damirbek Maqsudov of Tajikistan in an 8-0 match. He took on Vladysov Ostapenko of Ukraine, who handed the American an 11-0 loss to end Howard’s 2017 Cadet World Championships.

The U.S. freestyle team finished the tournament with four gold medals and two bronze, with a second-place finish with 66 points, seven points behind Russia’s 73. In addition to McHenry, Brooks, Kerkvliet and Teemer, other World medalists for the squad included Will Lewan with gold at 69 kg/152 lbs. and Gavin Hoffman with bronze at 85 kg/187 lbs.

Across all three U.S. Cadet teams, the Red, White and Blue leaves Athens with five gold, two silver and one bronze.

2017 CADET WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
at Athens, Greece, Sept. 4-10

Final team scores
1. Russia – 73
2. USA – 66
3. Azerbaijan - 61
4. Iran - 53
5. Japan - 42
6. India - 36
7. Turkey - 34
8. Georgia - 29
9. Uzbekistan - 26
10. Ukraine - 25

Final results

U.S. men’s freestyle results
42 kg/92 lbs. – Cole Skinner, Middleton, Ohio (G2 World WA) – 5th
LOSS Alihasan Amirli (Azerbaijan), 11-0
WIN Kudaibergen Murat (Kazakhstan), 4-2
LOSS Kasei Tanabe (Japan), 11-4

46 kg/101 lbs. – Kurt McHenry, Leesburg, Va. (Ranger WC) – GOLD
WIN Fotis Papadopoulis (Canada), 10-0
WIN Taiyrbek Zhumashbek Uulu (Kyrgyzstan), 18-8
WIN Adem Uzun (Turkey), 4-2
WIN Magomed Abdurakhmanov (Russia), 5-4
WIN Giorgi Gegelashvili (Georgia), 12-4

50 kg/110 lbs. – Julian Tagg, Broadview Heights, Ohio (Seasons WC) – 7th
WIN Danila Shyrokan (Belarus), 10-3
LOSS Mahir Mammadzada (Azerbaijan), 9-8
WIN Mohamed Al Lakel (Algeria) 12-1
LOSS Akbar Kurbanov (Kazakhstan), 4-2

54 kg/119 lbs. – Robert Howard, Cranford, N.J. (Bitetto Trained) – 13th
LOSS Mehdi Eshghivasoukolaei (Iran), 8-4
WIN Damirbek Maqsudov (Tajikistan), 8-0
LOSS Vladyslov Ostepanek (Ukraine), 11-0

58 kg/128 lbs. – Jordan Decatur, Akron, Ohio (Seasons WC) – 14th
LOSS Georgios Pilidis (Greece), 8-6

63 kg/138 lbs. – Jacori Teemer, Long Beach, N.Y. (Long Beach) - BRONZE
WIN Giorgi Elbakidze (Georgia), fall 3:53
WIN Ahmet Sali Yigit (Turkey), 12-10
WIN Ikhtiyor Normurodov (Uzbekistan), 5-3
LOSS Kenshin Ito (Japan), 3-3
WIN Francois Rossouw (South Africa), fall 1:36

69 kg/152 lbs. – Will Lewan, Chicago, Ill. (Izzy Style) - GOLD
WIN Vishal Kaliramana (India), 6-0
WIN Alinur Takirov (Kyrgyzstan), 6-0
WIN Soslanbek Budaev (Russia), 10-4
WIN Umur Aybey (Turkey), 6-2
WIN Daud Ibragimov (Azerbaijan), 3-1

76 kg/167 lbs. – Aaron Brooks, Hagerstown, Md. (Hagerstown) – GOLD
WIN Lasha Bairamovi (Georgia), 12-2
WIN Alex Hoerner (Germany), 11-0
WIN Filip Jires (Czech Republic), 10-0
WIN Meysam Zaree (Iran), 12-1
WIN Arsamag Khostikoev (Russia), 12-7

85 kg/187 lbs. – Gavin Hoffman, Cogan Station, Pa. (Bison Legend WC) – BRONZE
WIN David Losonczi (Hungary), 10-2
LOSS Abbas Ali Foroutanrami (Iran), 9-3
WIN Brayan Ortiz Valderrama (Colombia), win by forfeit
WIN Bekzat Urkimbay (Kazakhstan), 10-0
WIN Sandeep Mann (India), 7-2

100 kg/220 lbs. – Daniel Kerkvliet, Inver Grove Heights, Minn. (Pinnacle WC)
WIN Radu Lefter (Moldova), 10-0
WIN Filip Jires (Czech Republic), 10-0
WIN Zyamuhammed Saparov (Turkmenistan), 12-2
WIN Ismail Nirov (Russia), 2-1
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Re: Cadet World Championships

Postby JM » Mon Sep 11, 2017 9:56 pm

Minnesota continues to produce the country's best heavyweights.
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Re: Cadet World Championships

Postby CJC » Tue Sep 12, 2017 5:37 pm

JM wrote:Minnesota continues to produce the country's best heavyweights.



Ice fishing capital of the US.
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