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ALLEN HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING

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Allen Dominates Regionals - Qualify 15 for State

Posted by Matt Yeamans on February 15, 2016 at 2:00 PM


In front of their home crowd, the Eagles put on a show at Regionals by setting yet another team scoring record for a tournament this season. This time Allen scored 363.5 team points over 200 points more than the second place team, Rockwall. On the boys side, for the first time in school history, Allen qualified all 14 wrestlers for State, and on the girls side, Alex Liles qualified for state by pinning each of her opponents in route to a Regional title. In the 29-team Regional Tournament, the Eagles had eleven champions, two runner-ups, and two third place finishers setting themselves up nicely for the State Tournament this Friday and Saturday in Houston. Allen has won six straight UIL State Titles and sets their sights on earning number seven this weekend.

 

A special thanks to everyone who helped work the tournament and came out to support the team at Regionals. It takes a lot of help behind the scenes to run such a successful event, and we appreciate all your efforts.

 

Team Scores:

1. Allen – 363.5

2. Rockwall – 148

3. Euless Trinity – 140

4. Lake Highlands – 131.5

5. Flower Mound – 109.5

 

Allen’s State Qualifiers and Their Regional Placing:


Girls –

128 – Alex Liles – Champion

 

Boys –

106 – Noah Yeamans – Runner-up

113 – Logan Brown – Champion

120 – Alonzo Herrera – 3rd

126 – Trent Dooley – Champion

132 – Hunter Gibson – Champion

138 – David Washington – Runner-up

145 – Juwan Robinson – Champion

152 – Braeden Redlin – Champion

160 – John McCabe – Champion

170 – Evan Hackett – Champion

182 – Dalton Miller – Champion

195 – Mark Inglehart – Champion

220 – Patrick Bryan – Champion

285 – Nico Manzonelli – 3rd

 


 

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