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Quad States Classic 2017

Millard South 1st place 290 points

106 – Blake Jackson (41-2) placed 1st and scored 21.50 team points. (3-0)

113 – Alex Vacha (26-14) placed 1st and scored 20.00 team points. (2-0)   

120 – Austin Coufal (37-6) placed 2nd and scored 16.00 team points. (1-1)

126 – Creighton Baughman (39-1) placed 1st and scored 22.00 team points. (2-0)

132 – Nathan Rodriguez (43-1) placed 1st and scored 22.00 team points. (2-0)

138 – Zac Charity (42-2) placed 1st and scored 25.50 team points. (3-0)

145 – Austin McDonald (30-5) placed 2nd and scored 18.00 team points. (2-1)

145 – Ricky Hayden (10-3) placed 1st and scored 22.00 team points. (3-0)

152 – Connor Olin (40-2) placed 1st and scored 28.00 team points. (4-0)

160 – Isaac Trumble (36-8) placed 1st and scored 22.00 team points. (3-0)

170 – Braden Trimble (42-3) placed 1st and scored 23.00 team points. (3-0)

182 – Doug Weidner (21-3) placed 1st and scored 22.00 team points. (2-0)

195 – Rajan Ellebb (35-9) placed 2nd and scored 18.00 team points. (2-1)

220 – Brooke Crinklaw (33-13) placed 3rd and scored 16.00 team points. (3-1)

285 – Jake Mayville (18-16) placed 2nd and scored 16.00 team points. (1-1)

Summary

A year ago, Millard South set several tournament records at the Quad States Classic to include an impressive 13 Champions. This year, with three more teams in the mix, Millard South again set some impressive records. While the 13 Champions record was safe, the Patriots did have 14 placers in the top 3 and broke the scoring record by 2 points. This year’s tournament saw the Patriots finish with 27 pins to completely outdistance any other team. While many of the champions were expected to bring home titles this year, Alex Vacha and Isaac Trumble had outstanding days both beating the top seeds to gain their titles. Ricky Hayden also came out of the 6th seed to win a title. Connor Olin took pin honors with 4 pins on the day. The Patriots have won the tournament every year since 2009.

Coach Doug Denson would comment,

“We like Quad States since you get to see wrestlers from three different states in one tournament. While it’s not the toughest tournament in the world, it is a fun tournament. From here on out things get pretty tough so it’s kind of a catch your breath tournament before the big push!”

Coach Jay Meneely would add,

“Quad States really comes at the right time. We had a hectic week last week with two dual nights during the week, so we didn’t really have a lot of practice time. Now we can really get our focus up as we move into the final phase of the year. “

Coach Nate Olson would comment,

“We got a chance this past week to see what we need to work on going forward. The guys have a great attitude right now, and are looking forward to a strong finish to the year. It was really nice to see guys like Vacha and Trumble coming on at the right time. Those guys will be crucial to the team depth going into districts.”

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