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“Natural Teams” only – all wrestlers must be part of your club, no mixed club All- Star squads (honor Individual medals for any wrestler with 3 dual meet wins. The Iowa High School Athletic Association organized and unveiled the state wrestling tournament in its current format back in CLARENCE — North Cedar senior Byron Boleyn has a goal — make it to state and do well. Last year, Boleyn was one match away from.
He plans to join the workforce as a skilled machinist.Byron Wrestling Senior Night Highlights 2017
For his career his is nowwhich also includes a third and fifth place finish in sectional meets. His team highlight for the year was being tri-champions of the GR League and his career highlight has been being in the top six every year in sectionals. Spellan was an honorable mention all-star last season when he took sixth in Class BB.
His team highlight for the year was winning the league title for the second year in a row and his career highlight was his sectional victory this season. Daniel Burns, Alexander — Senior, first-time all-star, pounds — Finished his final season with a record, which included a Section V Class B victory at pounds. His team highlight this winter was winning a GR title for the second time in program history. His career highlights were winning a sectional title and placing fourth at the state qualifier in his senior year.
Plans to work and one day start his own business. Matt Gaiser, Alexander — Senior, four-time all-star, pounds — Injured for the end of his final season, Gaiser finished with an record this year and ended his high school career with wins.
His team highlights this season were being tri-champions of the GR and taking second at the Class B sectional tournament as a team. His career highlights included being a sectional champion and SuperSectional champion in andwinning a state title as a junior, placing fifth at the state tournament as a sophomore and being third at the Virginia Beach Nationals.
He is undecided on his future plans.
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Mitch Gaiser, Alexander — Eighth-grader, first-time all-star, pounds — Already has amassed 82 varsity wins, including a Most Outstanding Wrestler Award at the Alexander Tournament and a Class B title at pounds this season. His team highlight was being a tri-champion of the GR, while his career highlight has been winning a sectional title. Nick Young, Alexander — Senior, four-time all-star, pounds — Had an outstanding final season in which he went to move his career record to a spectacularwhile he finished second at the New York State tournament this season.
His team highlights for the season were being league tri-champions and placing second at the Class B tournament.
For his career, Young highlights being a four-time sectional champion, a four-time state qualifier and finishing fifth at the state meet as a junior, as well as his runner-up finish this year. He plans to go to college and wrestle at the Division I level. Nothing against Dinwiddie, it is a great school.
The coaches were great. I just felt for what I wanted to accomplish, I needed the best situation.
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He was there for one reason and one reason only. I needed a fresh start.
I needed to learn to work my mind. Western Branch provided that. I wanted to wrestle my match each time and I didn't care who I was wrestling. My objective was to win. He pinned everybody in the first 20 seconds or so. I can remember his coach telling him not to pin his opponents so fast.
Then he got the call. The big step Tucker was recruited by Oklahoma Coach Jack Spates, one of the highly respected coaches in the country.
He put himself in a position to learn extensive wrestling and ability from a strong staff. I knew he was going to be special. During the season, he was ranked as high as ninth in the nation by Amateur Wrestling News at pounds.
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But, I felt good about my chances. In three years, Tucker advanced to the national tournament three times. In those three seasons, Tucker failed to make All-American status top eight in weight class. Spates said Tucker's problem was a common one. It happens a lot and Byron just needed that time off to get back to where he wanted to be. I knew what I needed to do, and I knew no one was going to stop me from reaching my goal.
In three days he disposed of four nationally-ranked opponents without a problem setting-up his final match with second-seeded Josh Koscheck of Edinboro University. I had fun doing everything. In front of 17, fans at the Kiel Center in St. Louis, and an ESPN television audience, Tucker easily defeated Koscheck to finish the year and more importantly, win a national title.