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Jun 10 California wins Cadet National Greco Roman Duals beating Indiana 35 19

By Gary Abbott | June 10, 2000, midnight (ET)
CALIFORNIA WINS CADET GRECO-ROMAN NATIONAL DUALS, DEFEATING INDIANA IN THE FINALS, 35-19.

California defeated Indiana 35-19 to claim the team title at the 2000 Cadet National Greco-Roman Duals, held in Pueblo, Colo., June 9.

California won the first five matches of the gold-medal dual meet, and never trailed. Nine California wrestlers won matches in the final dual, including pins by Jesse Contreras at 83.5 pounds, Derek Moore at 94.5 pounds and Gabe Flores at 103.5 pounds. Scoring technical falls for California were Danny Cadwallader at 132 pounds, Steve Gee at 143 pounds and Anthony Rubcababa at 182.5 pounds.

Kansas placed third, with a 31-20 win over Utah in the bronze-medal dual. Ohio was fifth, beating Iowa 28-25. Nine teams participated in the first ever Cadet Greco-Roman Duals. The freestyle competition will be held June 10-11.

CADET NATIONAL GRECO-ROMAN DUALS at Pueblo, Colo., June 9

1st place match - California 35, Indiana 19

83.5 - Jesse Contreras (CA) pin Josh Sheppard (IN), 1:42; 88 - Richard Hartley (CA) dec. Jose Escobedo (IN), 5-4; 94.5 - Derek Moore (CA) pin Clay Leek (IN), 1:48; 103.5 - Gabe Flores (CA) pin Josh Harris (IN), 0:47; 112 - Jeremy Mendoza (CA) dec. Matthew Krulik (IN), 7-0; 121 - Tom Skinner (IN) pin Tony Franco (CA), 0:51; 132 - Danny Cadwallader (CA) won by tech. fall over Blake Maurer (IN), 14-3; 143 - Steve Gee (CA) won by tech. fall over Alex Dolly (IN), 11-0; 154 - Nick Skinner (IN) won by tech. fall over Kenny Bertron (CA), 14-3; 167 - Aaron Kerkhof (IN) dec. Jerome Zachariah (CA), 5-1; 182.5 - Anthony Rubcababa (CA) won by tech. fall over Brian Miller (IN), 17-6; 209 - James Hollis (CA) dec. Zach Pierson (IN), 7-1; 242 - Charles Robinson (IN) pin Arturo Basulto (CA), 1:29

3rd place match - Kansas 31, Utah 20

83.5 - Dusty Briggs (KS) won by forfeit; 88 - Garrett Harding (KS) won by forfeit; 94.5 - Cheney Haight (UT) won by tech. fall over Tanner Gardner (KS), 11-1; 103.5 - Seth Wright (UT) dec. Eric Luedke (KS), 3-0; 112 - Casey Lawson (UT) won by forfeit; 121 - Jackson Van Trees (KS) dec. Josh Meadows (UT), 10-9; 132 - Nate Kennedy (UT) pin Thomas Rhodes (KS), 0:32; 143 - Tosh McIntosh (UT) dec. Brandon Buck (KS), 6-0; 154 - Gabe Conaghan (KS) won by tech. fall over Luke Lofthouse (UT), 10-0; 167 - Donny Abell (KS) pin Brandon Shafizadea (UT), 3:25; 182.5 - Chris Flenthrope (KS) won by forfeit; 209 - Ron Davis (KS) won by forfeit; 242 - J.P. Price (KS) dec. Garret Storey (UT), 6-1

5th place match - Ohio 28, Iowa 25

83.5 - Terry Jackson (OH) won by forfeit; 88 - Brady Graham (IA) won by tech. fall over Nick Kostoff (OH), 10-0; 94.5 - Aron Scott (IA) won by tech. fall over John Puckett (OH), 11-0; 103.5 - Nathan Browning (OH) won by forfeit; 112 - CJ Ettleson (IA) pin Chas Franz (OH), 0:19; 121 - Gabe Rostermund (IA) dec. Roger Hahn (OH), 3-1; 132 - Brandon Graham (IA) pin David Wolf (OH), 1:42; 143 - John Konyesni (OH) dec. Chase Holmgaard (IA), 7-5; 154 - Nick Techny (OH) won by tech. fall over Donny Nordstrom (IA), 10-0; 167 - JD Bergman (OH) pin Daniel Zapeda (IA), 0:47; 182.5 - Jeremy Clingler (OH) won by tech. fall over Mike Bahr (IA), 12-2; 209 - Josh Sears (OH) dec. David Solis (IA), 5-0; 242 - Josh Reindl (IA) won by tech. fall over Wesley Taylor (OH), 13-2

ROUND 1

Ohio 32, Colorado Red 21

California 41, Kansas 11

Utah 44, Colorado Blue 5

Indiana 44, Iowa 10

ROUND 2

Ohio 46, New Mexico 7

Kansas 36, Colorado Red 16

Indiana 31, Utah 22

Iowa 38, Colorado Blue 8

ROUND 3

California 36, Ohio 17

Colorado Red 31, New Mexico 13

Utah 26, Iowa 23

Indiana 45, Colorado Blue 8

ROUND 4

Kansas 28, Ohio 23

California 47, New Mexico 5

ROUND 5

California 36, Colorado Red 16

Kansas 46, New Mexico 6

ROUND 6

Iowa 26, Colorado Red 21

Ohio 41, Colorado Blue 12

Kansas 26, Indiana 23

California 40, Utah 13

MEDAL ROUNDS

1st place - California 35, Indiana 19

3rd place - Kansas 31, Utah 20

5th place - Ohio 28, Iowa 25

7th place - Colorado Red

8th place - Colorado Blue

9th place - New Mexico

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