Cliff Kean Vegas and other notable results

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* 125: Brett Unger defeats #4 seed Malik Heinselman by 4-0. After a scoreless first.....Brett gets ridden all 2nd period. Brett rides Malik the entire 3rd period and gets a 4 pt. turn for the win. Pretty surprising.......good win. Insert deadlift jokes.......now :)
* 133: Angelo Rini (Columbia) defeats #7 seed Boo Dryden (Nebraska) 9-6
* 157: Will Lewan scored 14 pts. in his 1st rd. match. Drs. treated numerous people for shock
* 165: #5 seed Tony Negron defeats David Ferrante (Northwestern) 12-3
* 285: #8 seed A.J. Nevills while leading 5-0 wins via pin at 6:55
Rd.2
* 125: #5 seed Richard Figueroa defeats #11 seed Kurt McHenry (Michigan) 3-1 in SV. Good Match McHenry has improved
* 125: Brett (Not a Fluke) Unger defeats #12 seed Tucker Owens ( Air Force) 6-0 w/riding time again
* 125: #1 seed Michael DeAugustino Injury Defaults to Tanner Jordan. Looked like a Groin injury early in the 2nd. :(
* 141: #6 seed Dylan D'Emilio back from injury loses to #11 seed Cael Happel (UNI) 4-2
* 157: Tommy Askey of App.State defeats #8 seed Luka Wick 3-1
* 157: Will Lewan scores 12 points rd. 2. Tournament directors order more crash carts & ambulances
* 165: Tony Negron defeats #12 seed Slivka of Ohio 6-2. Price of gold rises 10%
* 174: #4 seed Ethan Smith defeats Lenox Wolak 8-6. Smith lost to him earlier this year
* 285: #8 A.J. Nevills defeats Grady Griess of Navy 8-6
* 285: #5 seed Tate Orndorff loses to #12 Tyrell Gordon (UNI) 3-2 Bucknuts Christmas coal arrives early
* 285: #10 seed Owen Trephan (NC-State ) pins Fernandes of Cornell @ 4:51

* 165: #1 Keegan O'Toole gets a late TD to defeat #7 Peyton Hall 3-0. A LOT more action than the score would indicate. Lots of great scrambles that Hall came very close to a TD a time or two. Fun match to watch. Mizzou leads 26-0

CKLV: QUARTERS
* 125: Figueroa defeats Brett Unger by 6-2 Except for Tanner Jordan over #8 seed Caleb Smith of App. State.....All 125 matches= Chalk
* 133: #5 seed Sam Latona defeats #4 seed Chris Cannon 7-2 All others chalk
* 141: #8 seed Brock Hardy over #1 seed Cole Mattin via Fall in 39 seconds
* 141: #11 seed Cael Happel defeats #3 seed Tom Crook 7-1
* 149: Sasso by fall, Yaya Thomas, Kyle Parco and Jonathan Millner won by decision. Millner defeated Jackson Arrington 6-0
* 157: #2 Peyton Robb wins by TF 15-0. #3 Ed Scott, #4 Kendall Coleman and #1 Will Lewan won by decisions. Lewan won 8-2. Earth starts spinning again
* 165: #9 seed Tanner Cook pins Carson Karchala in 37 seconds. Skid plates & padding added to backs of robes
* 165: #4 seed Austin Yant defeats #5 seed Tony Negron by MD 11-2. Gold prices plummet on west coast
* 165: #2 seed Ramirez and #3 seed Josh Ogunsanya win via decision
* 174: #1 Mekhi Lewis wins by fall in 1:51. #5 Chris Foca over #4 Ethan Smith 5-4. Long Bus ride. #3 Demetrius Romero wins by fall in 5:44. Mikey Labriola wins over #10 Perrine 9-2
* 184: #1 Keckeisen over #8 Montalvo 5-3, unranked Lenny Pinto with a last second TD to beat #4 Trey Munoz 5-4. #3 Kaleb Romero beats #6 Hunter Bolen 4-2 #2 Trent Hidlay defeats Finesilver 7-3
* 197: #9 seed Andy Smith Defeats #1 seed Tanner Sloan 5-2. #5 Tanner Harvey defeats #4 Norfleet 5-2, #6 Silas Allred Defeats #3 Gavin Hoffman 5-2. Bucknuts roasting on an open fire. #2 Trumble pins #10 Koser @5:49
* 285: A.J NEVILLS BEATS #1 Cohlton SHULTZ 5-2..... Repeat: #1 GOES DOWN. "Coach Made Me Wrestle"
#4 Davison defeats #12 Gordon ( Who beat Orndorff ) 6-1, #6 Hendrickson MD #3 Slavikouski 10-2, #2 Parris defeats #10 Trephan 8-1 Turkey made him sleepy. SEE YOU TOMORROW FOR THE SEMIS.
Bonus: It looks like USC football will bite the dust tonight. Yep.....led 17-3....lost 47-24. Utah with 8 or 9 sacks

Saturday: #14 ranked Mikey Phillippi defeats #4 Lucas Byrd 4-3 That is surprising
 
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* 125: Brett Unger defeats #4 seed Malik Heinselman by 4-0. After a scoreless first.....Brett gets ridden all 2nd period. Brett rides Malik the entire 3rd period and gets a 4 pt. turn for the win. Pretty surprising.......good win.
Another nice win in the next round by Unger over #12 seed Tucker Owens (AF), 6-0. Owens was wearing a significant brace on his right leg.
 

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#1 seed Mike DeAugustino (125) injury defaulted his second round bout. Looked like a right leg injury.
 
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What’s up with Joel Vandevere? I think he was a top 10 recruit coming out and people had really high expectations. He lost to Jesse Vasquez from Az State first round and then Vasquez lost his next match. Vandevere is still super young and I think this is his first year in the lineup but I thought he was going to be trouble from day 1
Vandevere just lost his second match 7-0 to the Bucknell kid and is out
 
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Of all the possible finals bouts, it is the upper weights that most interest me...
At 174, it could be Mehki Lewis vs Mikey Labriola.
At 184, it could be Parker Keckeisen vs Trent Hidlay.
At 285, it could be Cohlton Schultz vs Mason Parris.
Also hope to see Sasso vs Millner at 149.
 

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Of all the possible finals bouts, it is the upper weights that most interest me...
At 174, it could be Mehki Lewis vs Mikey Labriola.
At 184, it could be Parker Keckeisen vs Trent Hidlay.
At 285, it could be Cohlton Schultz vs Mason Parris.
Also hope to see Sasso vs Millner at 149.
285 Parris vs Davison 😎🤞
 
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The 184 quarters are really good. Has to be the best weight in the tournament.
Keckeisen vs Montalvo
Pinto vs Munoz
Romero vs Bolen
Finesilver vs Hidlay

That’s really solid and that’s with Loew getting injured first match against Pinto and defaulting out. If I had to bet on who gets to the finals it would be Keck vs Hidlay but Hidlay has a super tough semi against either Romero or Bolen. Should give us a good indication of who will be runner up this year because none of them are touching AB
 

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* 125: Brett Unger defeats #4 seed Malik Heinselman by 4-0. After a scoreless first.....Brett gets ridden all 2nd period. Brett rides Malik the entire 3rd period and gets a 4 pt. turn for the win. Pretty surprising.......good win. Insert deadlift jokes.......now :)
* 133: Angelo Rini (Columbia) defeats #7 seed Boo Dryden (Nebraska) 9-6
* 157: Will Lewan scored 14 pts. in his 1st rd. match. Drs. treated numerous people for shock
* 165: #5 seed Tony Negron defeats David Ferrante (Northwestern) 12-3
* 285: #8 seed A.J. Nevills while leading 5-0 wins via pin at 6:55
Rd.2
* 125: #5 seed Richard Figueroa defeats #11 seed Kurt McHenry (Michigan) 3-1 in SV. Good Match McHenry has improved
* 125: Brett (Not a Fluke) Unger defeats #12 seed Tucker Owens ( Air Force) 6-0 w/riding time again
* 125: #1 seed Michael DeAugustino Injury Defaults to Tanner Jordan. Looked like a Groin injury early in the 2nd. :(
* 141: #6 seed Dylan D'Emilio back from injury loses to #11 seed Cael Happel (UNI) 4-2
* 157: Tommy Askey of App.State defeats #8 seed Luka Wick 3-1
* 157: Will Lewan scores 12 points rd. 2. Tournament directors order more crash carts & ambulances
* 165: Tony Negron defeats #12 seed Slivka of Ohio 6-2. Price of gold rises 10%
* 174: #4 seed Ethan Smith defeats Lenox Wolak 8-6. Smith lost to him earlier this year
* 285: #8 A.J. Nevills defeats Grady Griess of Navy 8-6
* 285: #5 seed Tate Orndorff loses to #12 Tyrell Gordon (UNI) 3-2 Bucknuts Christmas coal arrives early
* 285: #10 seed Owen Trephan (NC-State ) pins Fernandes of Cornell @ 4:51

Thanks for these updates!!
 

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It's crazy tOSU didn't scout Cook, the guy absolutely lives off that big move single leg counter. They should have been ready for it given the length of the break.
 

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This Knocks Cass down to 4.
Kerk
Parris
Schultz
Cass

Then again if A.J. wins this and beats Parris I can easily see wrestle stat move him up to #1 lol
 

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This Knocks Cass down to 4.
Kerk
Parris
Schultz
Cass

Then again if A.J. wins this and beats Parris I can easily see wrestle stat move him up to #1 lol
I would be more inclined to rank it
1. Kerk
2. Parris
3. Cass
4. A.J.
5. Schultz