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2013 NHSCA Senior Nationals Finals Will Be Nationally Televised! Don't Miss Out!

Thursday, April 11, 2013  
Posted by: Mattie Potter
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The 2013 NHSCA Nation High School Wrestling Championships is a wrap! Participants hailed from 47 states with a handful of European countries represented. This year’s event boasted our highest number of entries at 2,787 in the 5 divisions.

In the Senior division, there was 559 registered wrestlers with
446 state place winners and 322 state champions. The breakdown of State Champions is 7 4x, 27 3x, 40 2x, and 122 1x. The Junior division boasted it's highest number of entries ever with 786 competitors.  There were  424 state place winners and 205 State Champions. There are 15 3x State Champs, 30 2x State Champs, and 100 1x State Champs. Sophomores also had record numbers with 658 entries.  There were 27 2x State Champions and 52 1x State Champions, as well as 251 Place winners. The Freshman division had 504 entries with 34 State Champions.  There were 143 State Finshers as well.


History was made in the Senior finals as New Jersey’s Bryant "BJ" Clagon captured his 4th NHSCA title at 145, making him the third wrestler ever to do so. Clagon is currently ranked #3 in the nation. 

"This year's event truly showcased top senior wrestlers from across the nation", said NHSCA Executive Director, Bobby Ferraro.  "We are glad to be able to bring the Senior National finals to households around the country.  To have champions crowned from 13 different states is a testimony to the talent that this event attracts year in and year out".  

The finals were a star-spangled event with 18 states represented in the 14 weight classes. Leading the championship parade were two 4X state champs who closed-out their scholastic careers with NHSCA senior titles.  J’den Cox of Hickman High School in Missouri won his second straight NHSCA title by capturing the 220-pound title with a 10-1 win over Spencer Empey. Cox, who is ranked #3 nationally at heavyweight, won four Missouri state championships while amassing a record of 205-3 with 205 straight victories. The other four-time Nevada state champ Joey LaVallee, ranked #15 nationally by WIN Magazine of Reno High School, won the 152 pound title with a 4-3 win over Chad Walsh of New Jersey.


As in year’s past, the 24th Annual NHSCA Senior National Finals will be televised on Comcast Sports Network the following dates and times:

Channel Date & Time
Comcast Sports Southeast Thursday, 4/11, 7:30pm ET
CSN Philadelphia Thursday, 4/11, 11:30pm ET
TCN Philadelphia Sunday, 4/14, 6pm ET
CSN NorthWest Wednesday, 4/17, 8:30pm PT
CSN Philadelphia Saturday, 4/20, 2:30pm ET
CSN MidAtlantic Saturday, 4/20, 3pm ET
CSN Houston Saturday, 4/20, 3:30pm CT
CSN MidAtlantic Sunday, 4/21, 11:30am ET
CSN NorthWest Sunday, 4/21, 10pm PT
CSN Philadelphia Wednesday, 4/24, 11:30pm ET
TCN Philadelphia Friday, 4/26, 9:30pm ET
CSN Bay Area Friday, 4/26, 1am PT
CSN Houston Saturday, 4/27, 3:30pm CT
CSN California Saturday, 4/27, 9:30pm PT
CSN NorthWest Monday, 4/29, 8:30am PT
CSN Chicago Monday, 5/6, 8pm CT
CSN Chicago Tuesday, 5/7, 1;30am CT
CSN Chicago Tuesday, 5/7, 3:30pm CT

The 2013 NHSCA Senior National Finals results are:
106 -Tommy Aloi (Virginia) dec. Darin Davis (Alaska)
113 - Zachary Damico (Oklahoma) dec. Aaron Assad (Ohio) 2-1 OT
120 – Deshun Brown (New Mexico) pinned Michah Brown (California) in 5:33
126 – T.J. Fabian (New York) dec. Kyle Krasavage (Pennsylvania) 10-4
132 – Javier Gasca III (California) dec. Lawrence Otero (New Mexico) 7-1
138 – Mark Marchetti (Tennessee) dec. Colt Cotton (Pennsylvania) 3-1 (OT)
145 – B.J. Clagon (New Jersey) dec. Justin Arthur (West Virginia) 10-6
152 – Joey Lavallee (Nevada) dec. Chad Walsh (New Jersey) 4-3
160 – Kyle Perreault (California) dec. Calvin Ochs (Kansas) 3-1
170 – Parker Von Egidy (North Carolina) dec. Jadaen Bernstein (New Jersey) 5-4
182 – Glenn Brooks Climmons (Georgia) dec. Jared Haught (West Virginia) 3-2
195 – Garet Krohn (Colorado) dec. Leonardo Trindade (Massachusetts) 5-3
220 – J’den Cox (Missouri) dec. Spencer Empey (Nevada) 10-1
285 – Will Geary (Kansas) dec. Michael Hughes (New York) 9-1

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