2020 Spatola Classic Results. 640 Wrestlers from 15 States. High School stacked with 11, 32 man brackets.

2020 SPATOLA CLASSIC RESULTS
640 Wrestlers from 15 States
High School was stacked with 11, 32 man brackets
Thanks to everyone who was a part of it!

High School
106
1 Reese Stephen
2 Jared Johnston
3 Keith Parner
113
1 Dakota King
2 Ruben Lorenzana
3 Brendon Mittchell
120
1 Colin Mellett
2 Tyler Jude
3 Larry Moreno
126
1 Damon Molina
2 Luke Acuna
3 Devin Easton
132
1 Nathan Ford
2 Thomas Hoppes
3 Lawson Grime
138
1 Brayden Zenni
2 Trenton Jones
3 Kody Kalmann
145
1 Zac Cowan
2 Amir Harris
3 Jake Gooding
152
1 Brayden Johnson
2 Toby Abbott
3 Conner Twigg
160
1 Connor Eaton
2 Zacheh Pledger
3 Gunner Cramblett
170
1 Tom Ketchen-Carter
2 Mawuli Nevis
3 Austin Dempesy
182
1 Alex Hobbs
2 Ayden Edwards
3 Devin Oligee
195
1 Johny Black
2 Khamil Abdul
3 Brayden Benson
220
1 Clay Ours
2 Donnavon Kessler
3 Michael Blocher
Heavy
1 Dakota Brooksbank
2 Zachery Back
3 Cadman Roose

Open
125
1 Trevor Frietsch
2 Austin sodemenn
3 Ethan Dun
132.4-140.7
1 Philip Hutchers
2 Alec Hazeres
3 Jake Cobonus
144-150
1 Andrew Frey
2 Jordan Monroe
3 Gregory Campbell
173
1 Germane Lindsey
2 Max Powell
3 Matt Lindsey
174-181.8
1 Bryer Hall
2 Charles Lipps
3 Robby Malof
205
1 Braden Jones
2 Seth Keller
3 Scott Lentz
285
1 Sean Brooks
2 Seth Brennock
3 Justin Seizemor

8U
37-39
1 Nick Springer
2 Teddy Fritinger
3 Ben Meridieth
43.1-45.7
1 Robert Thall
2 Grant Foley
3 Oliver Ouellett
49
1 Vince Bowman
2 Colin Schemmer
3 Geno Crooks
52
1 Brady Fulton
2 Coby Brown
3 Coltin Buchanan
55
1 Logan Ragner
2 Pepe Watson
3 Nick Paeth
60
1 Jace Largent
2 Colton Hartman
3 Manuel Aguilar
63
1 Jaxson Bowman
2 Maverick Wilson
3 Sirr Muckerheide
65-72
1 Dylan Daugherty
2 Julian Navarrete
3 Krimsyn Kostoff
75-81
1 Cameron Polking
2 Nathan Newman
3 Trenton Hosom
84-96
1 Charlie Maiani
2 Paxton McGeorge
3 Charlie Misserendino
9 - 10 years
50
1 Kenny Hartman II
2 Sam Rotsaert
3 Pierson Cole
55.4-58.6
1 Mason Brooks
2 Ryder Ford
3 Sam Madse
60-61.7
1 Lyric Hetzer
2 Lindley Crow
3 Kaylee Vera
65.2-67.9
1 Bradey Baumen
2 Nick Mrosler
3 Gabriel Ryzyi
69-74.2
1 Nacho Watson
2 Matthew Tomaino
3 Ashton Scott
75.8-78.2
1 Ryan Morgan Jr.
2 Declan Hutt
3 Jack Goeke
82.2-86.2
1 Noah Curren
2 Xavier Flores
3 Braydon Crow
86.9-92.2
1 Bryer Payne
2 Adam Phillips
3 Nathan Metcalf
94.8-99
1 Remy Yanakelt
2 Bailey Crow
3 Gavin Campsey
109-114.8
1 Kolton Wymer
2 Tank Hinson
3 Rylan Puckett
117.2-132.1
1 Elias Reed
2 Lyla Hensen
3 Tanner Arledge

11-12 years
61.2-67
1 Gabriels Ryzi
2 Brody Taylor
3 Lyric Hetzer
69-76.5
1 Urijah Lopez
2 Connor Vandel
3 Ethan Powell
80-88.4
1 Drew Moro
2 Cooper Corder
3 Brandan McLaughlin
91.4-103.3
1 Issac Campbell
2 Elijah Gahl
3 Charley Jones
109.1-115.3
1 Riggins Hansgen
2 Hayden Cox
3 Andrew Tarango
144.2-168.3
1 Jeffrey Temprano
2 Kaiden Patton
3 Parker Smith

Junior High
76
1 Joe Rotsaert
2 Demarco Kates
3 Michael Frye
84
1 Peyton Richards
2 Ethan Contrell
3 Zavian LaFountain
96
1 Nathan Attisano
2 Tony Mrosko
3 Ethan Tinner
102
1 Adam Butler
2 Nathan Attisao
3 Ryan Kennedy
108
1 Evan Stanley
2 Cameron Kuba
3 Louden Maxwell
114
1 Tj'Ham' Myer
2 Cecilia Williams
3 Sammy Dimacchia
115-119.1
1 Carson Thomas
2 Joseph Lampe
3 Quiton Buckmaster
120-125.8
1 Blake Hikle
2 Kyser kostoff
3 John Tomaino
127-131
1 Anthony Rinehart
2 Mason Tideswell
3 Dawson Williams
143
1 Matthew Kowalski
2 Wyatt Brock
3 Brady Singler
150-158
1 Jericko Jackson
2 Travis Steiber
3 Jordan Jackson
200.7-227.2
1 Jeffrey Blair
2 Andrew Henderson
3 Timothy Mills

Girl 9U
40-45
1 Paislye Kirk
2 Kennedy Wheeler
3 Kinsley Ditton
48.4-54.5
1 Kendleigh Boywer
2 Jade Adkins
3 Kylie Ross
63-67
1 McKinzee Mills
2 Lindley Crow
3 Dakota Williams
72.9-82
1 Elenor Polking
2 Ailiyah Svec
3 Kara berry

Girl 12 U
92.9-108
1 Emjay Newmann
2 Charley Jones
3 Bailey Crow
117-129
1 Lazie Knick
2 Paislee Chambers
3 Natalie Beauman

Girl 17U
104.5-114.3
1 Cecilia Williams
2 Kyla Johnson
3 Amanda Thomason
117
1 Ella Gahl
2 Samantha Cabalvero
3 Kelly Dew
128.1-137.3
1 Melania Szczepaniak
2 Kayleigh Kickwood
3 Meghan Werbrich
142.4-157.4
1 Loralei Smith
2 Zoey Smith
3 Lauren Slobada
162-179
1 Trinity Gottler
2 Sarah Huse
3 Hannah Thompson
 
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Boro Fan

Well-known member
In the High School division, can anyone help me with the following questions...

Who beat Mitchell at 113?

What was the score between Acuna/Molina at 126? (It says “Acune” up above, but I think that is a typo).

Who beat Benson at 195?
 
In the High School division, can anyone help me with the following questions...

Who beat Mitchell at 113?

What was the score between Acuna/Molina at 126? (It says “Acune” up above, but I think that is a typo).

Who beat Benson at 195?
Shane Arnett beat Mitchell 12-0

do not know the score between Acuna and Molina. Thanks for the spell check!

Johnny Black beat Benson.
 

00mellc

New member
It was old school brackets hanging on the wall. Hand written and never updated. No conso bracket ever.
 

Crossface86

New member
132 was no picnic either. The Champ was 3rd in WV last year, the runner-up was 2nd in KY, and the 3rd place finisher was an Ohio State Qualifier from Wauseon. Very good competition all around.
 

Testerli

Active member
From looking at the brackets for #138 and #145 I am shocked about the amount of wrestlers that lost that should not have lost to their opponent ..
I am speechless
 

wyattbrock

New member
From looking at the brackets for #138 and #145 I am shocked about the amount of wrestlers that lost that should not have lost to their opponent ..
I am speechless
I wouldn't call it a real match. 1-4 minute period with stand ups at the discretion of the ref. A lot different match than what their used to so results dont surprise me. Some kids are grinders on top an didn't get that opportunity. Its still a loss though😂 Jmo
 

WGTJ

Active member
I wouldn't call it a real match. 1-4 minute period with stand ups at the discretion of the ref. A lot different match than what their used to so results dont surprise me. Some kids are grinders on top an didn't get that opportunity. Its still a loss though😂 Jmo
I totally agree with this. This was a who is better on their feet tournament. I liked it for my boys because that is where they need the most improvement.
 

nasty513

Member
174-181.8
1 Bryer Hall
2 Charles Lipps
3 Robby Malof

Is this the Robby Malof - "BJJ king of Cincinnati" that posted videos bragging about beating college all-americans at this tournament in past years? Lost to a high school kid this time out. Glad the event was held....it was pretty packed to the gills though.
 
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