Class A Week One Recap

1. Omaha Burke (1st at York Dual Invite)
The Bulldogs outscored their 5 opponents 342-46, with 18 of those 46 points coming via forfeit. Nate Rubino (106), Jakason Burks (120/126), Jeromy Nielsen (132/138), Trey Nielsen (145), Jaxon Kelley (152/160), James Burks (160/170), Austin Dougherty (182), and Dillyn Miller (195) all 2 or more matches on the day. Jayden Looney (126/132), Kevin Castle (138), Deson Stapleton (152/160), and Dylan Sales (220) only lost 1 match on the day.

Dual Results:
73-6 over Lincoln Southeast
65-9 over York
72-12 over Omaha Concordia/DC West
72-4 over Omaha Westside
60-15 over Schuyler

Notable Match Results:
106- #4 Nate Rubino (Burke) won by fall in 4:24 over #5 Michael Colling (Omaha Westside)
145- UR Trey Nielsen (Burke) won by fall in 3:28 over #6 Braxton Betancur (Lincoln SE)
152- #2 Deson Stapleton (Burke) won by fall in 3:27 over B#2 Harrison Gocke (York)
170- #1 James Burks (Burke) won by fall in 3:09 over B#4 Michael Hernandez (Schuyler)
220- Dylan Sales (Burke) won 10-5 over (#4 at 182B) Brayan Rodriguez (York)

2. Columbus- did not compete, as the Kearney Invite was cancelled

3. Millard South (1st at Vern Ekfelt Invite)
The Patriots were planning to attend a tournament in Iowa, but the cancellation of that tournament caused them to join the Vern Ekfelt Invite last minute. The Patriots outscored the 2nd place team by 87 points. Winning their brackets were the Trumble brothers who both pinned all 5 of their opponents (Isaac at 182 and Josh at 195) Conor Knopick (126) and freshmen Antrell Taylor (132) and Tyler Antoniak (138). Taylor and Antoniak combined for 4 tech falls and 1 fall in their high school debuts, while Knopick recorded 2 tech falls and 2 falls. Five others placed 2nd for the Patriots including Caleb Coyle (106), Blake Jackson (113), Garrett Carbullido (120), Alex Vacha (152), and Krew Tran (170). Also placing in the top 3 were Shane Quandt (145), Isaiah Jackson (160), and Gavin Peitzmeier (220)

Notable Match Results:
120- UR Garrett Carbullido (MS) won 13-8 over #4 Ian Rudner (Papillion-La Vista)
126- #3 Conor Knopick (MS) won 4-2 over #5 Daniel DeRosier (Bellevue East)
132- UR Antrell Taylor (MS) won 3-2 over #3 Nolan Niemiec (Papillion-La Vista)
195- #4 Josh Trumble (MS) won by fall in 3:46 over #6 at 182 Xavier Vaughn (Prep)

4. Kearney- did not compete, as the Kearney Invite was cancelled

5. Lincoln East- did not compete, as the Kearney Invite was cancelled

6. Papillion- La Vista (2nd at Vern Ekfelt Invite)
The Patriots were planning to attend a tournament in Iowa, but the cancellation of that tournament caused them to join the Vern Ekfelt Invite last minute. They finished 2nd in the team race beating 3rd place Plattsmouth by 27 points. Ian Rudner (120), Creighton Baughman (145), and Cole Price (152) won tournament titles for the Monarchs, while Nolan Niemiec (132), Travis Powers (160) and Carson Maas (182) finished as runner-ups, while Ben Kroeger (106) finished 3rd.

7. Omaha Central (1st at Lincoln Pius X Duals)
The Eagles won 3 of their 5 duals by margins of 2, 3 and 4 points to take home the tournament title. Emilio Haynes (113/120), Deon Davis (145), Justin Davis (152/160) and Ka’Ron Davis (182) all posted undefeated records and combined for 16 falls, while Ryan Turner (120/126), Christopher Kueny (138), Jacob Hilding (195), and Jacob Frezell-McClinton only lost one match on the day.

Dual Results:
39-37 over Norris
52-24 over Lincoln Northeast
39-36 over Lincoln Pius X
48-34 over Beatrice
40-36 over Waverly

Notable Match Result:
113 – #1 Emilio Haynes (Central) won by fall in 3:20 over B#3 Tanner York (Beatrice)

8. Grand Island- did not compete, as the Kearney Invite was cancelled

9. Norfolk (1st at Fremont Invite)
The Panthers placed 12 wrestlers in the top 5 to outscore 2nd place Fremont by 44.5 points. Leading the way were tournament champions Josh Licking (152), Brayden Splater (160), Creighton Blain (182) and Conner Cowling (285) who combined for 8 falls. Aaron Dittmer (126) and Laikon Ames (195) finished 2nd while Blake Forsythe (170) and Hunter Mangelsen (220) finished 3rd.

10. Bellevue East (4th at Vern Ekfelt Invite)
The Chieftains finished in 4th place, just 3 points behind the 3rd place team and 30 points behind the 2nd place team. The Grice Brothers cruised to the 106 (Gabe) and 113 (Garrett) titles, and both of them beat 2nd ranked opponents in the finals. Gabe recorded 2 falls and 2 technical falls while Garrett pinned all 5 opponents on the day. Daniel DeRosier (126) finished 2nd while James Larson (170) and Preston Welch (285) each finished 3rd.

Notable Match Results:
106- #1 Gabe Grice (Bellevue East) won 7-1 over #2 Caleb Coyle (Millard South)
113- #6 Garrett Grice (Bellevue East) won by fall in 1:41 over #2 Blake Jackson (Millard South)

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