OZARK — Neosho Youth Wrestling sent a contingent of wrestlers to the Ozark Tournament along with its wrestlers participating in the Carl Junction Bulldog Open.
Jacob Selby (14U 125 pounds) earned first behind four wins by pin, taking down Camdenton’s Coleson Schiefelbein in 2 minutes, 29 seconds, Nixa’s Caleb Watts in 31 seconds, Rogersville’s Landon Ghavami in 1:02, and Nixa’s Jarrett Whitworth in 1:23.
Gabriel Selby (14U 120) pinned Reeds Spring’s Easton Byrne in 1:59 and Paynesville’s Anthony Petrusky in 1:13 en route to first.
Gabriel Busteed (10U 150) won a best two of three matches against Terminator Wrestling’s Jace Mashburn to earn first. Mashburn won a 2-0 decision against Busteed in the first match, but Busteed came back with a pair of 1-0 victories over Mashburn.
Cooper Lilienkamp (10U 105) won a 5-2 decision against Clinton’s William Golder and pinned Ozark’s Kaden Giles and Camdenton’s Rae Anna Willcut in 4:20 and 46 seconds, respectively, en route to first.
Jackson Weber (8U 55B) took first behind a 12-4 major decision against Paynesville’s Dominick Votta, a 1:57 pin of Willard’s Camden Kirksey, a 8-6 decision against Show-Me Elite’s Daxton Weinbaum, and a 38-second pin of West Plains’ Logan Taylor.
Tucker Feagans (8U 55A) won a 3-1 sudden victory against Show-Me Elite’s Carter Libhart, a 9-0 decision against West Plains’ Gideon Biring, and then pinned Lebanon’s Joseph Garner in 14 seconds in the championship match.
Everson Tomlinson (10U HWT) pinned Lebanon’s Jacob Rebmann in 31 seconds and Carthage’s David Recinos in 2:51, and earned second.
Virgil Johnson (8U 40-45) pinned Wildcat Takedown’s Cashis Smith in 2:11 and won a 11-2 major decision against Clinton’s Evan Dubina to earn second.
Jaxon Ertel (8U 85-90) pinned Niangua’s Aiden Pennington in 18 seconds and Wildcat Takedown’s Zander Easley in 39 seconds, and placed third.
Kaleb Gobersen (8U 70) won a 4-0 decision against Willard’s Uriah Drew and placed third.
— Diamond sent four wrestlers and three of the four finished in the top three.
Dymond King (8U 70B) finished second with a pin of West Plains’ Tucker Keith in 2:53, a pin of Wayneville’s Dagan Pittman in 38 seconds, and won a 5-4 decision against Ozark’s Greyson Euliss.
Landon Clement (14U 155) pinned Bulldogs Wrestling’s Max Skolnick-Schur in 1:10, Camdenton’s Gunner Morris in 2:51, and Mountain Home’s Micah Mattsfield in 31 seconds en route to first.
Braydon Clement (12U 100) lost a quarterfinal match, but won a consolation semifinal and the third place match to earn third. Clement pinned Carthage’s Esvin Gonzalez in 2:12 for third and won a 16-0 tech fall against Ozark’s Daniel Laney in the consolation semis.