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Garrett Invite Notables:(1-2-3 and some 4 Seeds)

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106:   #1 Wyatt Miller 21-0... #2 Jett Boots 25-2.... #3 Quentin Dawson 11-2

113:  #1 Brayden Shearer 29-1 .. #2 Isaac Weimer  22-2 .... #3 Kade Zadylak 17-2 

120:  #1 Evan Beasley 20-1  ..  #2 Ian Heath 25-3....#3 Ray Clay 19-7

126:  #1 Tanner Schoeff 24-1 ...  #2 Joshua Reyes 16-5 ... #3 Brent Blasko 10-6 

132:  #1 Adam Ledesema 21--5 .. #2 Jed Perry 26-3...#3 Adam Hooley 23-4...#4 Kyle Bollinger 16-2 

138:  #1 Austin Moore 25-1 ... # 2 Tanner Stacy 17-5...#3 William Fiechter 22-2 

145:  #1 Owen Eveler 25-2 ...#2 Giran Kunkel 24-3...#3 Coleman Beeks 25-4...#4 Cody McCune 16-4

152: #1 Clayton Fielden 17-2...#2 Josh Beeks 27-3...#3 Ryan Purkey 24-4...Julius Graber 19-4

160:  #1 Connor Mooney 12-2...#2 Drake Baker 24-6...#3John Lanam 17-9

170: #1 Cade Freel 15-2...#2 Parker Hills 22-4...#3 Sam Smith 23-5

182:  #1 Conner Graber 26-1 ... #2 Justin Poeppel 20-6..#3 Doler Bevis 21-7

195:  #1 Draven Rasler 26-1...#2 Beck Davis 27-4...#3 Isaac Walters 17-0

220:  #1 Dalyn Hart 8-0...#2 Isaiah Baumgartner 5-2..#3 Cam Smith 27-3..#4 Levi Leffers 23-1...#5 Jayden Elwood 17-3..#6 Jordan Contreras 22-5

285:  #1 Taylor Cuellar 23-2...pretty up for grabs after that.

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Don't know many of these kids, but will comment on the ones around my boys wt.  Brayden Shearer at 113.  Saw him once a year ago, wow, kid is good, I think he's suffered from some bad draws over the years, he'll go deep at state this year.  Ian Heath at 120, I could see him winning over Beasley.  He's a very hard nosed, aggressive freshman that hasn't gotten a lot of notice on the rankings; seen him wrestle across the country, very good Freshman; wouldn't be surprised to see him competing at bankers life.  Tanner Schoeff, another hard nosed kid, think he battled Shearer a lot over the past couple years, can see him easy favorite at 126 for this tournament.

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8 hours ago, Clan Campbell said:

Don't know many of these kids, but will comment on the ones around my boys wt.  Brayden Shearer at 113.  Saw him once a year ago, wow, kid is good, I think he's suffered from some bad draws over the years, he'll go deep at state this year.  Ian Heath at 120, I could see him winning over Beasley.  He's a very hard nosed, aggressive freshman that hasn't gotten a lot of notice on the rankings; seen him wrestle across the country, very good Freshman; wouldn't be surprised to see him competing at bankers life.  Tanner Schoeff, another hard nosed kid, think he battled Shearer a lot over the past couple years, can see him easy favorite at 126 for this tournament.

Don’t sleep on Lil Beasley..A word from the wise: not to.

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Yes. Go to the bracket section at the top. It there. Click the link the brackets when it takes you to trackwrestling.

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good tourney...team champs #1 Garrett 220.5  #2 Northridge 196.5 

106 champ wyatt miller

113 champ brayden shearer

120 champ ian heath

126 champ tanner schoeff

132 champ adam ledesma

138 champ austin moore

145 champ giran kunel

152 champ clayton fielden

160 champ drake baker

170 champ parker hills

182 champ conner graber

195 champ draven rasler

220 champ levi leffers

285 champ taylor cuellar 

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Good tournament. They guys enjoyed competing against some tough competition. The music, announcer, and spotlight for the finals make it an exciting atmosphere! I thought the Shearer vs Zadylak final match was one of the best of the day! Back and forth match with Shearer scoring reversal and nearfall at the end.

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8 hours ago, Caleb Spires said:

Lots of semi-state match-ups here. 220 looked like a killer and that was with perhaps the top 220 not even wrestling.

Kunkel majoring Eveler was a very surprising result.

Kunkel looked healthy and very tough.  He's a major threat at 145.  He was relentless. 

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