Daily Data: Saturday, March 14


All-Southwest Michigan team

First team

103: Nolan Wertanen (St. Joseph) 46-3

112: Jamison Zimmerman (Niles) 31-8

119: Aaron Lucio (Lakeshore) 41-7

125: Ryan Franco (Niles) 34-4

130: Micah Hanau (Lakeshore) 43-4

135: Shane Williams (Lakeshore) 46-2

140: Landon Vanwyk (Lawton) 52-4

145: Hunter Heath (Brandywine) 51-4

152: Ian Ishmael (Coloma) 34-13

160: Dashiande Harris (Benton Harbor) 37-8

171: Jared Checkley (Decatur) 43-6

189: Jackson Calvert (South Haven) 45-9

215: Zeke Rohl (Lakeshore) 42-7

285: Cole Alsup (Coloma) 48-4

Frank Mucha Wrestler of the Year

Shane Williams, Lakeshore

Coach of the Year

Bruce Bittenbender, Lakeshore

Second team

103: Mikey Robles (Niles) 32-7

112: Cameron Litaker (Lakeshore) 32-10

119: Tyler Huston (Dowagiac) 27-20

125: Jacob Halsey (St. Joseph)

130: Noah Tinkham (Edwardsburg) 26-3

135: Javond Ball (Niles) 29-9

140: William Bradley (Paw Paw) 49-5

145: Jacob Reece (Edwardsburg) 37-7

152: Trevor Winkel (South Haven) 42-11

160: Laberto Paredes (Dowagiac) 38-15

171: Caden Reece (Edwardsburg) 17-7

189: Dillon Hursh (Edwardsburg) 34-8

215: Jonathon Camarillo (Decatur) 25-15

285: Wyatt Bailey (Dowagiac) 46-11

Honorable mention

103: Jordan Simpson (Dowagiac) 46-10, Ronaldo Vergara (South Haven)

112: Caleb Ishmael (Coloma) 44-10, Trevor Pelton (Watervliet)

119: Aaron Lauri (Brandywine) 30-19, Carson Landon (Niles) 19-13, Bailey DeLattorre (Lakeshore) 18-5

125: Mat Cox (Brandywine) 31-9, Jonathon Gelesko (Lakeshore) 21-11

130: Alex McIntosh (Dowagiac) 37-15, William Westphal (Cassopolis) 45-8

135: Austin Peacock (Edwardsburg) 28-17, Romeo Lopez (Decatur) 42-7, Andrew Forker (River Valley) 31-14

140: Jackson Hoover (Edwardsburg) 38-6, Skylar Means (Niles) 21-17

145: James Harris (Lakeshore) 36-10, Kade Wagley (Niles) 30-13

152: Jeremy Walker (Edwardsburg) 24-13, Collin Bogue (Cassopolis) 2-9, Hunter Fazi (Niles) 22-17, Nico Martinez (Paw Paw) 42-9

160: Case Rohl (Lakeshore) 19-9, Nathan Andrina (Edwardsburg) 24-17

171: Gage Collins (Cassopolis) 42-10, Ashton Dean-Fabijancic (Paw Paw) 27-16, Ivory McCullough (Brandywine) 38-13, Tafara Rukunda (Lakeshore) 22-19

189: Chris Schultz (Dowagiac) 19-17, Don Smith (Watervliet) 25-11, Chandler Babcock (Decatur) 31-11, Blake Colley (Marcellus) 38-6

215: Mike Schlup (Dowagiac) 25-11, Chase Andres (Niles) 17-16, Tanner Hursh (Edwardsburg) 12-5

285: Caiden Smith (Niles) 27-10, Kenny Mann (Decatur) 35-13



All-Wolverine Conference

First team

Alison Bishop, Allegan

Claire Bartz, Edwardsburg

Abbey Krugh, Edwardsburg

Vannessa Robinson, Plainwell

Sage Groves, Sturgis

Kali Heivilin, Three Rivers

Hadley Miller, Three Rivers

Hannah Miller, Vicksburg

Coach of the Year

Jason Bingaman, Three Rivers

Second team

Holly Curtiss, Allegan

Allie Conner, Dowagiac

Macey Laubach, Edwardsburg

Kendra Vanderlugt, Otsego

Rebecca Gibson, Plainwell

Alivia TerMeer, Plainwell

Lauren Vanderstelt, Plainwell

Jordyn Holland, South Haven

Alivia Knapp, Three Rivers

Honorable mention

Kaitlyn Fulton, Allegan

Kaitlyn Payseno, Otsego

Ellie Marger, Paw Paw

Katie Marger, Paw Paw

Taylor Rickli, Paw Paw

Bernadette Brown, South Haven

Madison Pueschel, Sturgis

Rylie Kelly, Three Rivers

Kelsey Dickman, Vicksburg

Chloe Hatridge, Vicksburg

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