D-II Region Wrestling Seeds

Baylor Hosts Traditional Region

Thursday, February 6, 2014 - by B.B. Branton

The inaugural TSSAA D-II Middle/East region wrestling tournament is Friday at Baylor School starting at noon.

The top six in each weight class advance to the state tournament, Feb 14-15 at the Williamson County Ag Center in Franklin.

D-II Middle/East Region

Fri. Feb. 7 at Baylor

Worsham Arena and Duke Arena

Noon to completion

Tickets $5

Brackets will be posted on trackwrestling.com Friday morning

State Champions: several state champions are in the field, including Michael Murphy (113, Baylor), Adam Connell (138, McCallie), Bryson Popp (160, Baylor), Ryan Parker (182, Baylor), Nathan Hoodenpyle (182, McCallie)

Not Competing: Baylor's Tate Robinson (138) will not compete this weekend nor in the state tournament. Baylor officials did give reasons. Robinson won a state title for Christian Bros.in 2011.

Seeds by Weight Class (top 4)

106:

1. Eli King (Father Ryan)  2. Jack Reynolds (Baylor) 3. Gabriel Elkin (MBA) 4. Stanton Davis (McCallie)

113

1, Michael Murphy (Baylor) 2. Trey Chalifoux (Father Ryan) 3. Addison Cornell (McCallie) 4 Justin Becci (Brentwood Academy)

120

1. Ethan Dendy (McCallie) 2.Jared Frazier (Father Ryan) 3. Andy Atchley (Baylor) 4. John Michael Glover (MBA)

126

1. James Westbrooks (McCallie) 2. Kirby Simpson (Father Ryan) 3. Caleb Canada (Baylor) 4. Sam Bellet (MBA)

132

1. Chris Wesnofske (Father Ryan)  2. Brock Herring (McCallie 3. Blake Solarek (MBA) 4. Caleb Powell (Baylor)

138

1. Adam Connell (McCallie) 2. Michael Eckhart (Father Ryan) 3. Stephen Johnson (MBA) 4. Drake Mitchell (Franklin Road Academy)

145

1. Griffin Davis (McCallie) 2. Ryan Simpson (Father Ryan) 3. Mark Floyd (MBA) 4. Will Tansil (FRA)

152

1. Blake Sutherland (Baylor) 2. Marcello Morrice (Father Ryan) 3. Ben Barton (MBA) 4. Will Patton (McCallie)

160

1. Bryson Popp (Baylor) 2. Nick Naughton (Father Ryan) 3. Max Mullen (Brentwood Acad.) 4. Eric Olson (BGA)

170

1. Cayman Seagraves (Baylor) 2. John Hagey (Father Ryan) 3. Ridley Wills (MBA) 4. Sam Scuggs (Brentwood Acad)

182

1. Ryan Parker (Baylor) 2. Nathan Hoodenpyle (McCallie) 3. Hunter Duff (Father Ryan)

195

1. Houston Hooker (Father Ryan) 2. Jacob Cretin (Brentwood Acad.) 3. Emory Norred (Baylor) 4. Trel Phillips (McCallie)

220

1, Jon Schmissrauter (Baylor) 2. Ben Stacey (Father Ryan) 3. Jay Roberts (McCallie) 4. Jonah Reels (Brentwod Acad.)

285

1. Tucker York (Brentwood Acad.) 2. Will Thomas (Baylor) 3. John Kelly (MBA) 4 Connor Eli (FRA)

contact B.B. Branton at william.branton@comcast.net


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