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TSSAA recognizes prep multi-sport athletes

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More than 3,400 Tennessee high school athletes participated in three or more TSSAA-sanctioned sports during the 2020-21 school year, with nearly 100 of those hailing from the Southern Middle Tennessee Sports coverage area.

The Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association recently recognized those athletes, providing schools with printable certificates for presentation to each of them.

“So many things have been put into a different perspective over the past year and a half due to the pandemic,” TSSAA executive director Bernard Childress said. “School administrators and coaches continue to recognize that every opportunity a student-athlete has to compete in education-based athletics is invaluable.

“We continue to encourage coaches and administrators to allow student-athletes every opportunity to participate in the sports they desire to, whether that’s just one, or two, or three, or more.”

While the total number of TSSAA athletes from the just-completed school year was more than 75,000 – down from the reported 83,000-plus from the 2019-20 school year – those participating in three or more sports totaled 3,437 this year, an increase of 401 from last year’s 3,036.

“Our athletic programs do not exist to serve college sports programs,” Childress said, “but it is worth reminding coaches and parents that college recruiters are looking for students that display a great attitude, work ethic and leadership qualities.

“Those are traits that you develop through participating in a variety of activities.”

Of the 14 athletic programs in the SM-Tn Sports coverage area, 13 had at least one three-sport athlete. Columbia Academy, with 14, led the way.

Eight athletes, including Zion Christian’s Madison Hayes, Becca Hazard and Dillan Runions, participated in four sports; so did Mt. Pleasant’s Baleigh Gray, Santa Fe’s Elise Adkison and Josh Martin, Summertown’s Hailey Jones and Summit’s Veronika Whitten.

The full list of area three-sport (or more) athletes, based on eligibility reports submitted by each school for each sport, follows:

Columbia Acad.: Anna Claire Butt — Cross Country, Soccer, Tennis; Drew Butt — Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country; Hallie Butterfield – Basketball, Tennis, Volleyball; Kennedy Chatman — Basketball, Softball, Volleyball; Tori Duval — Bowling, Softball, Volleyball; Andrew Fleming — Bowling, Soccer, Track and Field; Jaelyn Hickerson — Basketball, Cross Country, Track and Field; Collins Malone — Basketball, Football, Track and Field; Gavin Morgan — Basketball, Cross Country, Track and Field; Hayden Morgan — Basketball, Cross Country, Soccer; Ian Pulse — Bowling, Football, Soccer; Ian Pulse — Bowling, Football, Soccer; Parker Shirley — Basketball, Football, Track and Field; Averi Slaughter — Basketball, Softball, Volleyball; Nathan Thomas — Football, Tennis, Track and Field

Columbia Central: Justin Buchmann — Basketball, Football, Track and Field

Culleoka: Maci McKennon — Basketball, Cross Country, Volleyball

Hampshire: Craig Delk — Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country; Errette Delk — Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country; Kadence Stoner — Basketball, Cross Country, Volleyball

Independence: Chaise Bethmann — Basketball, Soccer, Tennis

Lawrence Co.: Sam Bradley — Baseball, Football, Wrestling; Carley Fields — Basketball, Softball, Volleyball; T.J. Gobble — Baseball, Basketball, Tennis; Andrew Honn — Cross Country, Soccer, Track and Field; M’kala Kerr — Basketball, Softball, Volleyball; Luke Mattox — Baseball, Basketball, Golf; Emily Moore — Bowling, Golf, Tennis; Luke Nichols — Baseball, Basketball, Football; Madison Tidwell — Basketball, Softball, Volleyball

Loretto: Emily Cozart — Basketball, Soccer, Softball; Carter Daniel — Baseball, Basketball, Football; Shelby Fisher — Basketball, Softball, Volleyball; Savannah Qualman — Cross Country, Soccer, Tennis; Clint Seymore — Baseball, Basketball, Football; Carlee Urban — Basketball, Softball, Volleyball

Mt. Pleasant: Chris Andrews — Basketball, Football, Track and Field; Gracie Boyd — Basketball, Softball, Volleyball; Demarkus Brown — Basketball, Football, Track and Field; Keevan Cooper — Basketball, Football, Track and Field; Baleigh Gray — Basketball, Cross Country, Softball, Volleyball; Ben Hirsch — Baseball, Cross Country, Track and Field; Hayden Holt — Baseball, Basketball, Golf; Landen Manning — Cross Country, Tennis, Track and Field

Santa Fe: Elise Adkison — Basketball, Cross Country, Softball, Volleyball; Chloe Anderson — Basketball, Cross Country, Softball; Josh Martin — Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf; Lexi McEwen — Basketball, Bowling, Softball; Terralyn Pemberton — Basketball, Softball, Volleyball; Bowman Ruch — Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country; Aniston Slaughter — Basketball, Cross Country, Volleyball; Shane West — Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country; Logan Wilkins — Baseball, Basketball, Golf

Spring Hill: Kevin Caraballo — Cross Country, Track and Field, Wrestling; Kat Carter — Basketball, Softball, Volleyball; Kemonta Fry — Football, Track and Field, Wrestling; Nicolette Harper — Bowling, Softball; Dakota Jackson — Cross Country, Soccer, Wrestling; Wesley Jones — Basketball, Cross Country, Track and Field; Tyson Peters — Cross Country, Football, Soccer; Elijah Smith — Football, Golf, Soccer

Summertown: Isaac Barker — Basketball, Cross Country, Tennis; Kaley Campbell — Basketball, Golf, Softball; Mia Dinwiddie — Basketball, Cross Country, Volleyball; Harrison Gobble — Baseball, Basketball, Golf; Hailey Jones — Basketball, Cross Country, Softball, Volleyball; Weston Pigg — Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country; McKenzie Runnels — Basketball, Softball, Volleyball; Skyler Trousdale — Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country

Summit: Ben Bawcum — Baseball, Basketball, Football; Elijah Castro-Harris — Cross Country, Football, Soccer; Ryan Crane — Cross Country, Football, Soccer; Garet Dean — Baseball, Basketball, Football; Jadon Hickman — Basketball, Football, Track and Field; Tre Hunter — Baseball, Basketball, Football; Claudette Runk — Basketball, Golf, Softball; Graham Schneider — Baseball, Basketball, Football; Sam Sloan — Baseball, Basketball, Football; Veronika Whitten — Basketball, Cross Country, Soccer, Track and Field

Zion Chr.: Halle Adcox — Basketball, Softball, Volleyball; Max Brown — Baseball, Basketball, Football; Becca Hazard — Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball; Madison Hayes — Basketball, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball; Jackson Hughes — Baseball, Basketball, Golf; Jaron Keyser — Baseball, Basketball, Football; Zachary Knowles — Basketball, Football, Soccer; Connor Matheny — Basketball, Football, Soccer; Emily Mesko — Basketball, Soccer, Softball; Wesley Riggins — Basketball, Football, Soccer; Dillan Runions — Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football; Peyton White — Basketball, Softball, Volleyball

Indy tabs young multi-sport coach to lead mat program

By Maurice Patton

A.J. Villarreal, who has coached four different sports since arriving at Centennial in February 2020, has been named wrestling coach at Independence.

The 25-year-old Illinois native is set to succeed Bryan Youngsma at the helm of the Eagles’ program, Youngsma having served on an interim basis following Jared Grindstaff’s resignation last summer.

“It’s definitely a surreal feeling,” the Wisconsin-La Crosse graduate said. “I didn’t think I’d accelerate through the ranks this quickly, but I’m glad I did. I’m definitely excited about it.”

After playing football and wrestling through his high school career at Lyons Township (Ill.), Villarreal pursued both at the college level. However, injuries prevented him from getting on the mat at UW-La Crosse.

Upon his December 2019 graduation, his job search eventually brought him to Middle Tennessee.

“I was initially hired as a teacher, and worked my way into athletics,” he said. “I just showed up at stuff, and I got brought onto both (football and wrestling) staffs.”

Villarreal assisted with the Cougars’ defensive secondary last fall as well as with the wrestling program, which advanced 152-pounder Alex Ables to the state tournament earlier this year. Additionally, he established a bass fishing club at the school, and works with the sprinters on the Centennial track team.

“Coach Villarreal is going to be a great asset to the Independence community, not just the wrestling team,” Centennial wrestling coach Philip Pelkey said. “Not only does he have a ton of knowledge in wrestling, but also does a great job of forming relationships with his athletes.

“I have no doubt that he is going to do a great job over there and continue to build on the success that Indy has had over the years. We hate to see him go, but wish him all the best.”

Picking up where Youngsma — and Grindstaff before him – left off is the expectation awaiting Villarreal.

“He just loves working with kids,” Independence principal Niki Patton said. “I think he’s an ‘all-in’ guy, based on the people I’ve been talking to, willing to help whenever and wherever he can.”

Stepping in after Grindstaff accepted an administrative position at Mill Creek Middle School, Youngsma led Independence to the Class AAA state dual sectionals and coached three Eagles – Russell Ford, Tanner Willett and Gabriel Hall – to individual region titles.

“When Coach Grindstaff resigned last year, it was in mid-June,” Patton said. “Because of the timing, most of our teaching vacancies were already filled by that point. We approached Coach Youngsma to give us one year so that we could be able to find the right candidate once we had more teaching positions available.

“He’ll still be here teaching and will likely still be involved with the program. We’re very appreciative of him stepping into that for us temporarily.”

Villarreal compared the situation at Independence favorably to the climate in which he grew up.

“I gravitated toward it because of the culture that’s been built – from kids club, through middle school up into high school,” he said. “It reminded me a lot of what I had in Illinois, where the kids club is almost a direct feeder to the high school.

“For me, wrestling and football go hand-in-hand. I’m hoping I can get more athletes doing both sports and better both programs.”

All-state wrestlers named

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The Tennessee Sports Writers Association announced its all-state wrestling teams Thursday, recognizing the top girls performers and the top boys in Class AAA, Class A/AA and Division II.

Local honorees include Independence’s Rylee Lent, Baylee Peterson, Brooklyn Long and Russell Ford and Summit’s Jackson Masters.

The teams in their entirety:


103 — Ella’Lina Gonzalez, Clarksville, So.; Divine Desilets, Tullahoma, Sr.; Rylee Lent, Independence, So.; Anna Fisher, Alcoa, Sr.; 112 — Jenna Baines, Greeneville, Fr.; Betsy Nations, Collierville, Jr.; Grace Elliott, Siegel, Jr.; Amanda Thomason, Cheatham Co., Fr.; 119 — Roseanna Vaughn, Northwest, Jr.; Annalynn Rakett, Clarksville Acad., Jr.; Jennifer Pranouphong, LaVergne, Sr.; Gabriella Rincon, Heritage, Fr.; 125 — Monteria Bigsby, Riverdale, Sr.; Baylee Peterson, Independence, So.; Katelynn Hernandez, Northwest, So.; Aeliyha Threed, Stone Memorial, Sr.; 132 — Rontaysia Payne, Dickson Co., Sr.; Haley Redmond, Gibbs, So.; Addie Stadler, David Crockett, Sr.; Erica Moore, Brentwood, Jr.; 140 — Jailynn Tindall, Carter, Jr.; Bryce White, Cane Ridge, Jr.; Brooklyn Long, Independence, So.; Brette Spink, Northwest, Jr.; 150 — Maggie Graham, Bartlett, So.; Elizabeth Champion, Tullahoma, Sr.; Genesis Gilmore, Montgomery Central, So.; Kierra Blevins, Bearden, So.; 160 — Brielle Bissonette, Clarksville, Sr.; Hailey Webb, Farragut, So.; Alyssa Adamo, Rossview, Fr.; Ella Tallent, Jefferson Co., Jr.; 170 — Shelby Zacharias, Creek Wood, Sr.; Katie McNabb, Sale Creek, Sr.; Lily Chantler, Northwest, So.; Isabel Petty, Tullahoma, Jr.; 190 — Ella Murphey, Hardin Valley, Fr.; Chukwuedom Odeigah, Collierville, Jr.; Ariyanna Anderson, Creek Wood, Jr.; Jamya Brewer, Rossview, Jr.; 215 — Justina Nikolao, Rossview, Jr.; Valerie Smith, McGavock, Jr.; Taliyah Autman, Hillsboro, Sr.; Emma Tucker, Collierville, Jr.


106 — Logan Fowler, Cleveland, Fr.; Bryson Terrell, Bradley Central, So.; Russell Ford, Independence, So.; Colby Baltz, Houston, Fr.; 113 — Justin Bradford, Blackman, Jr.; Bentley Ellison, Cleveland, So.; Ethan Lipsey, Bradley Central, So.; Chas Stokes, Oakland, Sr.; 120 — Thomas Borders, Wilson Central, Sr.; Arlo Laxton, Cleveland, Jr.; Jackson Masters, Summit, Jr.; Steven Dindl, Bartlett, Jr.; 126 — Trey Bates, Beech, Sr.; Charles Randall, Cleveland, Jr.; Easton Lipsey, Bradley Central, Jr.; Wemawamungu Moktani, Munford, Jr.; 132 — Jackson Bradford, Cleveland, Sr.; Brennan Watkins, Dobyns Bennett, Sr.; Samuel Shires, Rossview, Jr.; Riley Fort, Wilson Central, So.; 138 — Trae McDaniel, Cleveland, Sr.; Luke Belcher, Bradley Central, So.; Alan Fort, Wilson Central, Sr.; Ethan Hylton, David Crockett, Jr.; 145 — Cody Chittum, Cleveland, So.; Landon Fisher, Jefferson Co., Sr.; Steven Fisak, Wilson Central, Jr.; Anthony Lynn, Bradley Central, Sr.; 152 — Jackson Hurst, Dobyns Bennett, Sr.; Aidan Brenot, Clarksville, So.; Robert Laxton, Cleveland, Sr.; Eli Clemmons, Lebanon, Sr.; 160 — Tre Morrisette, Dobyns Bennett, Sr.; Logan Fisher, Jefferson Co., Sr.; Dylan Cockman, Arlington, Jr.; Justin Brown, Blackman, So.; 170 — Mason Smith, Beech, Sr.; Matheson Meade, Bearden, Sr.; Anthony Pyron, Mt. Juliet, Jr.; Clint Morrisette, Dobyns Bennett, Sr.; 182 — Tetoe Boyd, Cleveland, Jr.; Owen Zuckerman, Houston, Sr.; Wyatt Lankford, Collierville, Sr.; Zachary Duessler, Rossview, Jr.; 195 — Dominic Love, Green Hill, Sr.; Donovan Rich, Beech, Sr.; Thomas Stadel, Maryville, So.; Connor Milhorn, Siegel, Jr.; 220 — Ashton Davis, Cleveland, Jr.; Noah Todd, Wilson Central, So.; Ryver Shelton, Jefferson Co., Sr.; Isaac Jordan, Arlington, Sr.; 285 — Joshua Cummins, Anderson Co., Sr.; Jadon Langford, Walker Valley, Sr.; Austin McClure, Bradley Central, Jr.; Samuel Harness, Cookeville, Jr.


106 — Ethan Uhorchuk, Signal Mountain, 8th; Porter Finstad, Gibbs, Jr.; Taylor Turner, Harpeth, Jr.; Sam Frank, Fairview, Fr.; 113 — Caleb Uhorchuk, Signal Mountain, So.; Leandre Danbey Jr., Greeneville, Jr.; Gregory Gomez, Martin Luther King, So.; Malik Wooten, Millington, Sr.; 120 — Andy Cable, Pigeon Forge, So.; Spencer Reep, Gibbs, Fr.; Gregory Mechpaz, Watertown, Sr.; Noah Shriner, Signal Mountain, Jr.; 126 — Daniel Uhorchuk, Signal Mountain, Sr.; Trevor Lewis, Hixson, Sr.; Dakota Pattee, Nolensville, Fr.; Dylan Davenport, Sycamore, Fr.; 132 — Logan Heckert, Sycamore, So.; Hunter Johnson, Greeneville, Sr.; Brice Barton, Whitwell, Sr.; Perrin Clark, East Ridge, Jr.; 138 — Hunter Mason, Greeneville, So.; Luke London, Sycamore, So.; Gabriel Pennington, Eagleville, Sr.; Kale Albritton, Signal Mountain, Sr.; 145 — Riley Bennett, Fairview, Sr.; Josh Parton, Pigeon Forge, Jr.; John Pittman, Gibbs, Sr.; Brody McLemore, Eagleville, Fr.; 152 — Garrett Foreman, Pigeon Forge, Jr.; Lucas Taylor, White House Heritage, Jr.; Dalen Kimble, Sycamore, Jr.; Daniel White, Cheatham Co., So.; 160 — Kodiak Cannedy, Greeneville, Jr.; Malachi Bennett, Fairview, So.; Carson Reep, Gibbs, Jr.; Kobie Smith, Hixson, Sr.; 170 — Wyatt McLemore, Eagleville, Sr.; Kaden White, Moore Co., Sr.; Morgan Lowery, Greeneville, So.; Zach Sinner, Nolensville, So.; 182 — Noah Hill, Forrest, Sr.; Kendrick Curtis, Fairview, So.; Kevin Muschel, Signal Mountain, Sr.; Kirk Parsons, Gibbs, Sr.; 195 — Ethan Sutton, Pigeon Forge, Sr.; Preston Worley, Signal Mountain, Sr.; Nathan Montpool, Nolensville, Jr.; Arie Donaldson, Fairview, Jr.; 220 — Jonathan Morton, Elizabethton, Sr.; Caleb Wolfe, Pigeon Forge, So.; Parrish Pacetti, Hixson, Sr.; Rob Atwood, Trousdale Co., Fr.; 285 — Mustafi Algarawi, Pigeon Forge, Sr.; Jacob Clevenger, Fairview, Jr.; Kaymon Overton, East Nashville, Jr.; Landon Moore, Hixson, Jr.


106 — Kade Hartline, Baylor, Sr.; Alex Ropski, Christian Brothers, So.; Joseph Calvin, Father Ryan, Fr.; Andrew Justice, Christian Acad. of Knoxville, Fr.; 113 — Nick Corday, Baylor, Jr.; Jay Eversole, Lakeway Chr., 8th; Tate Williams, Boyd Buchanan, Fr.; Bob Deitch, Notre Dame, Sr.; 120 — Keyveon Roller, Lakeway Chr., Jr.; Wills Bronson, Christian Brothers, So.; Judson Jarrett, Baylor, Fr.; Matt Oberlander, Father Ryan, So.; 126 — Jack Braman, McCallie, Sr.; Jackson Bond, Baylor, Jr.; Calvin Eason, Father Ryan, Jr.; Luke Braman, Notre Dame, Fr.; 132 — Dayne Dalrymple, Christian Brothers, Sr.; Conor Payne, Boyd Buchanan, Fr.; Tim Charpenter, Lakeway Chr., Sr.; Parker Sapp, Christian Acad. of Knoxville, Sr.; 138 — Brayden Ivy, Lakeway Chr., Jr.; Micah Tisdale, Baylor, So.; Thomas Wesnofske, Father Ryan, Sr.; Hart Gowen, Memphis Univ. School, Sr.; 145 — Garrison Dendy, Baylor, Jr.; Ben Stigamier, Father Ryan, Jr.; Sam Lee, Christian Brothers, Sr.; Nick Krauss, Grace Chr.-Knoxville, Jr.; 152 — Emory Taylor, McCallie, Sr.; Evan Anthony, Christian Brothers, Sr.; Ian McGehee, Memphis Univ. School, So.; Logan Spell, Brentwood Acad., Sr.; 160 — Aidan Bowers, Christian Brothers, Jr.; Gavin Cagle, McCallie, Sr.; Christian Howard, Memphis Univ. School, Sr.; Anthony Mannella, Baylor, So.; 170 — James Whitworth, McCallie, Sr.; Jack Revere, Battle Ground Acad., Sr.; Omaury Alvarez, Baylor, So.; Foster Salvaggio, Christian Brothers, Sr.; 182 — Gunner Garriques, Baylor, Jr.; Gervacio Gonzalez, Christian Brothers, Jr.; Torrance Bostick, Memphis Univ. School, Sr.; Thatcher Frankfather, Franklin Road Acad., Jr.; 195 — David Harper, Baylor, Jr.; Theo Sewell, Christian Brothers, Sr.; Luke Estes, Lakeway Chr., Sr.; Ethan Fogle, Christian Acad. of Knoxville, Sr.; 220 — Gabe Fisher, Montgomery Bell Acad., So.; Brik Boruff, Knoxville Webb, Sr.; Connor Billingsley, Christian Brothers, Sr.; Carson Gentle, McCallie, Fr.; 285 — Parker Peterson, Father Ryan, Sr.; Lauren McDonald, McCallie, Sr.; Max Fisher, Montgomery Bell Acad., So.; Dion Stutts, Memphis Univ. School, Fr.

Summit’s Masters among ‘Dream Team’ honorees

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Summit’s Jackson Masters was honored by the Middle Tennessee Wrestling Officials Association this week with selection to its annual Dream Team.

Masters, a 120-pound junior who placed third at this year’s Class AAA state tournament, was joined on the squad by fellow Region 7-AAA and Williamson County competitors Alex Ables from Centennial at 152 and Mitchell Lambert from Page at 220.

Fairview coach Bubba Derrick was recognized by the MTWOA as the recipient of the Ralph Brewer Award, presented to its coach of the year.

The list of honorees in its entirety follows:

Girls Dream Team

103 — Ella-Lina Gonzalez, Clarksville, So.; 112 – Amanda Thompson, Cheatham Co., Fr.; 119 – Roseanna Vaughn, Northwest, Jr.; 125 – Monteria Bigsby, Riverdale, Sr.; 132 – Rontasia Payne, Dickson Co., Sr.; 140 – Bryce White, Cane Ridge, Jr.; 150 – Katy Champion, Tullahoma, Sr.; 160 – Brielle Bissonette, Clarksville, Sr.; 170 – Lily Chantler, Northwest, So.; 190 – Ariyanna Anderson, Creek Wood, Jr.; 215 – Valerie Smith, McGavock, Jr.

Boys Dream Team

106 – Joe Calvin, Father Ryan, Fr.; 113 – Justin Bradford, Blackman, Jr.; 120 – Jackson Master, Summit, Jr.; 126 – Trey Bates, Beech, Sr.; 132 – Sammy Shires, Rossview, Jr.; 138 – Mac Russ, Montgomery Bell Acad., So.; 145 – Cole Fort, Wilson Central, Sr.; 152 – Alex Ables, Centennial, Sr.; 160 – Justin Brown, Blackman, So.; 170 – Mason Smith, Beech, Sr.; 182 – Zachary Duessler, Rossview, Jr.; 195 – Donovan Rich, Beech, Sr.; 220 – Gabe Fisher, Montgomery Bell Acad., So.; Mitchell Lambert, Page, Sr.; 285 – Parker Petersen, Father Ryan, Sr.

Joe Wiggins Official of the Year – David Davenport; G.P. West Senior Leadership – Thomas Wesnofske, Father Ryan; Girls Wrestler of the Year – Shelby Zacharias, Creek Wood; Girls Coach of the Year – Chris Bedell, Northwest; Johnny Drennan Boys Wrestler of the Year – Hunter Borders, Wilson Central; Ralph Brewer Boys Coach of the Year – Bubba Derrick, Fairview

17 wrestlers, 11 medalists: local state tourney results

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A total of 17 wrestlers from the Southern Middle Tennessee Sports coverage area qualified for the recent Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association state tournaments – four for the girls tourney, held on Feb. 25, and 13 for the boys Class AAA event that took place on Feb. 26 — at the Chattanooga Convention Center.

Here are the individual and team results:

Russell Ford, Independence, 106 — p. Gabriel Dietlin (AndCo), 1:40; p. James Grimes (Her), 1:09; lost by dec. to Bryson Terrell (BradCent) 4-0; p. Zach Ordonez (Bwd), 1:50; p. Colby Baltz (Hou), 1:30; 3rd place

Jarvis Little, Summit, 113 — tf. Evan Glass (Vol) 16-1; lost by md. to Bentley Ellison (Clv) 11-2; md. Roger Watkins (JefCo) 14-4; lost by dec. to Ethan Lipsey (BradCent) 11-0

Isaiah Brooks, Spring Hill, 120 — lost by p. to Thomas Borders (WilCent), 2:50; lost by p. to Keegan Perkins (Sey), 3:32

Jackson Masters, Summit, 120 — p. Zachary Teaster (Her), 4:50; lost by p. to Steven Dindl (Bart), 2:19; md. Gavin Armstrong (DB) 20-7; md. Grant Myers (Blk) 13-5; dec. Daniel James (BradCent) 5-2; dec. Dindl 6-4; 3rd place

Justin Noll, Summit, 126 — md. Connor Lyons (Far) 10-2; lost by dec. to Mason Sells (Blk) 6-2; p. Dylan Winchell (CkCo), 4:11; p. Ben Tucker (Vol), 0:26; lost by dec. to Easton Lipsey (BradCent) 6-2; lost by dec. to Sells 10-3; 6th place

Landon Desselle, Summit, 132 — p. Aubrey Thomeson (StMem), 3:16; lost by dec. to Brennan Watkins (DB) 3-2; md. Grant Hawkinson (Page) 18-6; p. Taron Patterson (BradCent), 2:53; lost by dec. to Samuel Shires (Rsv) 6-4; lost by dec. to Hunter Davis (Her) 5-3; 6th place

Austin Noll, Summit, 138 — p. Chad Washam (Sey), 2:47; lost by p. to Trae McDaniel (Clv), 1:29; tf. Clark Vaughn (Bwd) 19-2; lost by p. to Alan Fort (WilCent), 2:11; p. Jonathan Kizer (KHalls), 3:20; 5th place

Finley Jameson, Summit, 152 — lost by p. to Eli Clemmons (Leb), 3:02; p. Maclain Otting (EHam), 2:59; p. Hunter McKenna (CkCo), 5:00; md. Henry Tate (Hou) 13-2; lost by p. to Clemmons, 2:03; lost by dec. to Elijah Cowan (Tul) 4-0; 6th place

Tanner Willett, Independence, 160 — did not compete; medical reasons

Luke Justice, Summit, 170 — lost by tf. to Matheson Meade (Bea) 17-1; p. Brody Huskins (Pow), 3:26; def. Luke Krepela (Arl) by injury default; d. Jashua Chew (Blk) 3-2; lost by md. to Anthony Pyron (MtJ) 10-2; lost by p. to Austin Cooley (McMCo). 1:39; 6th place

Gabriel Hall, Independence, 182 — lost by p. to Aiden Duarte (Bea), 3:09; lost by p. to Zachary Duessler (Rsv), 1:46

Maddox Reed, Summit, 195 — md. Jermyah Davis (Mun) 11-1; lost by p. to Dominic Love (GH), 5:06; p. Chase Rozell (Arl), 2:33; lost by dec. to Thomas Stadel (Mrvl) 7-4

Ryan Smith, Summit, 285 — p. Walker Funk (Arl), 0:51; lost by tf. to Joshua Cummins (AndCo) 21-6; p. Joseph Vanada (Her), 2:16; lost by p. to Jesse Richardson (WilCent), 3:41

Class AAA team scores — Cleveland 241.0; Wilson Central 147.5; Bradley Central 131.5; Dobyns-Bennett 98.5; Summit 96.0; Blackman 85.5; Beech 75.5; Jefferson Co. 67.0; Arlington 54.0; Knoxville Halls 41.0; Houston 39.0; Cookeville 37.5; Rossview 37.0; Walker Valley 35.5; Anderson Co. 34.5; Collierville 34.5; Maryville 31.5; Oakland 31.5; Page 31.0; Bearden 28.5; Green Hill 28.0; Heritage 27.5; Lebanon 27.0; Munford 25.0; Clarksville 24.5; Franklin 23.5; Bartlett 22.0; Independence 22.0; Siegel 22.0; McMinn Co. 21.5; David Crockett 21.0; Mt. Juliet 17.0; Cocke Co. 16.0; Tullahoma 15.0; East Hamilton 12.0; Science Hill 12.0; Brentwood 11.5; Warren Co. 11.0; Volunteer 7.0; Centennial 6.0; Coffee Co. 5.0; Morristown-Hamblen West 5.0; Hardin Valley Acad. 3.0; Hendersonville 3.0; Overton 3.0; Seymour 3.0; South-Doyle 3.0; Stewarts Creek 3.0; Farragut 2.0; Knoxville West 2.0; Clinton 0.0; Karns 0.0; Morristown-Hamblen East 0.0; Powell 0.0; Ravenwood 0.0; Rhea Co. 0.0; Sevier Co. 0.0; Shelbyville 0.0; Spring Hill 0.0; Stone Memorial 0.0

Nevaeh Brinson, Summit, 103 — d. Anna Fisher (Alc) 7-6; lost by p. to Ella’lina Gonzalez (Clks), 3:00; lost by md. to Rylee Lent (Ind) 10-2; d. Ella Rimer (ScH) 9-2; 5th place

Rylee Lent, Independence, 103 — lost by p. to Ella Rimer (ScH), 4:20; p. Haven Curtis (Seq), 2:00; md. Nevaeh Brinson (Sum) 10-2; d. Anna Fisher (Alc) 7-2; 3rd place

Baylee Peterson, Independence, 125 — p. Aeliyha Threed (StMem), 1:59; d. Katelynn Hernandez (NW) 7-3; lost by d. to Monteria Rigsby (Rdl) 3-1; 2nd place

Brooklyn Long, Independence, 140 — p. Hailey Robinson (SulE), 1:22; lost by md. to Jailynn Tindall (Car) 10-1; p. Morgan Cornelius (Grvl), 2:51; d. Brette Spink (NW) 5-0; 3rd place

Girls team scores — Northwest 70.0; Clarksville 63.0; Tullahoma 62.0; Rossview 51.0; Collierville 50.0; Independence 48.0; Creek Wood 43.0; Greeneville 31.0; Hardin Valley 26.0; Montgomery Central 26.0; Farragut 25.5; Bartlett 25.0; Carter 25.0; Dickson Co. 25.0; Heritage 24.0; Jefferson Co. 24.0; Riverdale 24.0; Clarksville Acad. 22.0; Alcoa 21.0; Cane Ridge 20.0; McGavock 20.0; Sale Creek 20.0; Gibbs 19.0; LaVergne 18.0; Hillsboro 16.0; Brentwood 14.0; Siegel 14.0; Union Co. 14.0; Bearden 13.0; David Crockett 13.0; Sevier Co. 13.0; Cheatham Co. 12.0; Coffee Co. 11.0; Stone Memorial 11.0; Northeast 9.0; Science Hill 7.0; Sullivan East 7.0; Summit 7.0; Chuckey-Doak 6.0; Chattanooga Central 4.0; Fairview 4.0; Baylor 0.0; Bradley Central 0.0; East Nashville 0.0; Sequatchie Co. 0.0; Seymour 0.0; West Greene 0.0; William Blount 0.0

Photos by Charles Pulliam / Williamson Herald