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Illifornia
943 posts
Jan 11, 2019
10:35 AM
Tomorrow CA's Poway Titans will be at the BTS Brawl in Chicago. You can watch live on Track Wrestling. Your purchase will help fund the cause.

Monster duals all day involving:

Poway, CA
Oak Park, IL
Lake Highland Prep, FL
Bergen Catholic, NJ
Montini, IL

Wrestling will start at 9am (Pacific)

http://www.btschicago.org/bts-brawl/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y92UPgnAJMM

Last Edited by Illifornia on Jan 11, 2019 10:48 AM
Illifornia
944 posts
Jan 11, 2019
1:12 PM
Writeup from Intermat:

http://intermatwrestle.com/articles/21104

The first edition of the Beat the Streets Brawl is being hosted by Oak Park River Forest High School, which is just outside of Chicago as a fundraiser for the Beat the Streets Chicago program. Mike Powell, the previous head coach at OPRF and long-time wrestling leader in Illinois for the Olympic styles is the director of BTS Chicago, and the clear spearhead behind this event.

The BTS Brawl will be held on Saturday and features five of the nation's top 30 ranked teams in this week's InterMat Fab 50 national high school team rankings. The event will also feature a youth clinic among other programming throughout the day.

The schedule of dual meets involving the high school teams, which will be streamed via Trackwrestling is as follows:

Round 1:
No. 28 Oak Park River Forest (Ill.) vs. No. 17 Poway (Calif.)
No. 9 Lake Highland Prep (Fla.) vs. No. 5 Montini Catholic (Ill.)

Round 2:
No. 28 Oak Park River Forest vs. No. 4 Bergen Catholic (N.J.)
No. 17 Poway vs. No. 5 Montini Catholic

Round 3:
No. 28 Oak Park River Forest vs. No. 9 Lake Highland Prep
No. 4 Bergen Catholic vs. No. 17 Poway

Round 4:
No. 9 Lake Highland Prep vs. No. 17 Poway
No. 4 Bergen Catholic vs. No. 5 Montini Catholic

Round 5:
No. 28 Oak Park River Forest vs. No. 5 Montini Catholic
No. 9 Lake Highland Prep vs. No. 4 Bergen Catholic

Below are the projected lineups and team notes for each school appearing in the event.

No. 4 Bergen Catholic (N.J.)
Head Coach: Dave Bell

Notes:
Ranked nationally at the end of the previous six seasons, the last five within the top 11, including as high as No. 2 at the end of last season
Dual team state champions the previous seven seasons, the last five being the consensus No. 1 overall in New Jersey

Lineup:
106: Joseph Cangro
113: No. 13 Nick Kayal
120: Patrick Gray (Super 32 placer Dylan Cedeno is ineligible due to transfer for one last week)
126: No. 5 Robert Howard
132: Richard Halal (2017 SQ)
138-152: Nate Camiscioli (SQ), Wade Unger (SP), Joseph Zargo (2x SQ), Alex Strashinsky (SQ); Camiscioli and Strashinsky are eligible to make season debuts this weekend
160: Adrian Pietri/John Fiore
170: Jack Patti
182: No. 5 Chris Foca
195: No. 1 Jacob Cardenas
220: Gabe Mendez
285: Pat Colicchio (state qualifier John High has yet to wrestle this season)

No. 5 Montini Catholic (Ill.)
Head Coach: Israel Martinez

Notes:
Ranked nationally at the end of the previous eight seasons, which reflects the totality of the InterMat Fab 50 national high school team rankings, ended last season ranked No. 4
Defending dual team state champions, champions in 9 of the last 11 years (plus in the state championship match for 11 of 12 years running)

Lineup:
106: Nick Gonzalez
113: Joe Fernau
120: Nain Vasquez (SP)
126: No. 10 Dylan Ragusin
132: Dylan Burnoski (2x SP)
138: Braden Stauffenberg
145: No. 11 Fidel Mayora
152: No. 5 Jake Stiles
160: Nico Lopez
170: Anthony Geraci
182: Trevor Swier (2x SQ)
195: No. 2 Peter Christensen
220: Colin Baker
285: Mike McNicholas (SQ)

No. 9 Lake Highland Prep (Fla.)
Head Coach: Mike Palazzo

Notes:
Ranked nationally at the end of the previous three seasons, all within the top 12, as high as No. 4 in 2017 (last season ended No. 7)
State champions for four consecutive seasons, and six of the last seven

Lineup:
106: Danny Nini (SC)
113: Jake Wohltman (2x SP)
120: No. 4 Nic Bouzakis
126: Vincent Menozzi (2017 SP)/Myles Griffin (2017 SP)
132: No. 12 Justin Rivera
138: No. 10 Chris Rivera (Chris did not wrestle at the Doc Buchanan last weekend)
145: Dominic Isola (SP)/Noah Castillo (3x SP/2x SC); Castillo has yet to wrestle this season
152-170: Bailey Flanagan (SP), Cameron Monzadeh (SP), Kai Bele (SC)
182: Hunter Brinkman
195: Logan Andrew (SC)
220: Matt Kaplan
285: Francisco Tobar

No. 17 Poway (Calif.)
Head Coach: John Meyers

Notes:
Ranked nationally at the end of the previous seven seasons, finishes within the top 13 the last four seasons (as high as No. 8 in 2015, ended last season No. 10)
Second or third place finishes at the state tournament the last seven years (2nd in 2013 and 2015), second most individual medalists for any schools in California state tournament history

Lineup:
106: No. 19 Andre Gonzalez/Mike McGruder (Gonzalez did not compete in team's last two competitions)
113: Brock Bobzien/Johnny Lopez
120: Carson Sauriol (2017 SP)
126: Jason Miranda (SP)
132: Jacob Vale/Noah Tolentino
138: Zane Stoddard
145: Theron Burns (SQ)
152: No. 16 Aaron Gandara
160: Alex Hernandez
170: Braden Pease
182: Ivan Hernandez (SQ)
195: Laith Gilmore
220: Charles Geffroy
285: Andrew Johnson (SQ)

No. 28 Oak Park River Forest (Ill.)
Head Coach: Paul Collins

Notes:
Ranked nationally at the end of the previous seven seasons, including top 11 finishes from 2013-2016 (No. 3 in 2014, No. 2 in 2015), finished last season No. 24 nationally
Dual team state participants each of the last six seasons, state runners-up last year to Montini, champions from 2014-2016

Lineup:
106: Connor Nagela
113: No. 5 Jacob Rundell
120: Nico Bolivar (2x SQ)
126: Josh Ogunsanya (SQ)
132: Eddie Bolivar (SP)
138: Torry Early
145: Stephon Carr
152: Joe Chapman (SP)
160: Jake Cagnina
170: Danny Lingen
182: Daemyen Middlebrooks (SQ)
195: Brian Ziech
220: Jaylen Pascascio
285: Ashford Hollis


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