Download our Mobile App                  

  Search The Site
Top News Stories... moving to USOC website platform with new look and functionality

This week, will move to the USOC platform, with a new look, new functionality, but with the same favorite features....

Terry Shockley named Chairman of the Board of Governors of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame

Shockley will succeed long-time chairman Jim Keen. Sr. as Chairman of the Board....

Iowa's Tony Ramos determined to finish career with NCAA title

The Hawkeye senior will battle Virginia Tech's Devin Carter in the NWCA All-Star Classic on Saturday....

NCAA announces finalist cities for its championships for 2014-18, including wrestling at all levels

Cleveland, Kansas City, Louisville, New York City, Oklahoma City, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia & St. Louis are Div. I finalists. Div. II and III finalists also announced....

Six repeat as Body Bar FILA Junior National champions, as Augello wins OW award

Gary Abbott USA Wrestling

Haley Augello (right) receives her Outstanding Wrestler Award for the FILA Junior Nationals from Assistant National Women's Coach Erin Tomeo.

LAKELAND, Fla. – It will be an experienced U.S. FILA Junior World Team going to the World Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria this summer, as six of the eight champions at the Body Bar Women’s FILA Junior Nationals repeated as champions.

Most notable was two-time Junior World bronze medalist Erin Golston of the New York AC/USOEC, who made her fourth straight Junior World Team with a dominant victory at 44 kg/97 lbs. Golston dominated Allene Somera of the New York AC, winning in two straight matches with a 7-0 6-0 technical fall in the first match and a second period pin in the second match of their best-of-three series.

Because of her Junior World medal last year, Golston advanced directly to the best-of-three series. The athletes in all of the other weight classes had to compete in the entire national tournament to earn their spots in the finals.

Winning the Outstanding Wrestler award was another repeat Junior World Team members, Haley Augello of the New York AC, the champion at 51 kg/112.25 lbs. Augello, a high school senior, dominated all of her bouts, including her finals series victory over Samantha Klingel of King. Augello had a first period fall in bout one, then followed with a 6-0, 6-0 technical fall in bout two.

The other four athletes to repeat as FILA Junior National champions and earn another trip to the Junior World Championships were Sara Hildebrandt of King at 55 kg/121 lbs., Jenna Burkert of the New York AC/USOEC at 59 kg/130 lbs. Jennifer Page of the Titan Mercury WC at 63 kg/138.75 lbs. and Julia Salata of the New York AC/King at 72 kg/158.5 lbs.

Hildebrandt defeated her King College teammate Kayla Brendlinger in the finals in two straight, by identical 2-0, 1-0 scores in both matches.

Burkert was the only champion who needed three matches to win her finals series. She was pinned in the second period of the opening bout by Kayla Miracle of Team Indiana, but bounced back to win the last two matches. In bout two, Burkert prevailed 1-0, 1-0. In the deciding third match, she scored a 6-0, 3-3 victory. Burkert made her third straight Junior World Team.

Page made her second straight Junior World Team, but dropped down a weight class to win this year at 63 kg/138.75 lbs. Page scored pins in both of her finals series bouts over Shai Mason of the Jimmie Wrestling Club, scoring a fall in the third period of bout one and in the second period of bout two.

The two new members of the Junior World Team are Cody Pfau of the OKCU/Gator Women RTC at 48 kg/105.5 lbs. and Lorrie Ramos of King at 67 kg/147.5 lbs.

Pfau dominated Haley Moreno of the OKCU/Gator Women’s RTC in two straight, with a first period fall in bout one and a 7-0, 5-0 decision in bout two. Ramos also needed only two bouts to win her series, beating Lindenwood’s Amy Spafford in the final series, with a first period pin in bout one and a 3-0, 4-3 decision in the second match.

Winning the 79.5 lbs. weight class, which is not a FILA Junior World Championships weight, was Darcie Manning-O’Brien of Missouri Baptist Wrestling, who swept her finals series in two matches.

Those placing second in the tournament earned a spot on the U.S. Pan American Junior team, which will compete in Santiago, Chile in July. There were two true second place matches held for a spot on this team, which were necessary when the runner-up and third place winners did not wrestle earlier. Winning their true second matches were runners-up Klingel, Miracle and Mason. The only weight where the No. 3 beat No. 2 was at 48 kg/105.5 lbs., where Amy Hou of Team Georgia beat Moreno in three periods.

At Lakeland, Fla., May 12,2013

44 kg / 97 lbs.
Best-of-three series for first place
Erin Golston (NYAC/USOEC) tech. fall Allene Somera (NYAC), 7-0, 6-0
Erin Golston (NYAC/USOEC) pin Allene Somera (NYAC), 6-0, 0:25
2nd - Allene Somera (NYAC) pin Cassidy Ferrell (WOW), 1:28
4th - Ashley Iliff (King) dec. Rebecca Forsyth (Team Virginia), 2-0,4-1
6th - Dalina Vuong (Missouri Valley College) dec. Kayla Barnes (King), 3-1,4-0
8th - Kim Cardenas (Beat the Streets New York City)

48 kg / 105.75 lbs.
Best of three series for first place
Cody Pfau (OKCU/Gator Women RTC) pin Haley Moreno (OKCU/Gator Women RTC), 0:29
Cody Pfau (OKCU/Gator Women RTC) tech. fall Haley Moreno (OKCU/Gator Women RTC), 7-0, 5-0
3rd - Amy Hou (Team Georgia) dec. Julia Long (Team Wyoming), 3-0, 6-0
5th - Taylor Zboray (Unattached) dec. Harmonie Roberts (Mendo Combat), 6-0, 4-0
7th - Breonnah Neal (School of Hardknocks) dec. Lilian Salinas (Waldorf College), 1-0, 2-0

51 kg/112.25 lbs.
Best-of-three series for first place
Haley Augello (NYAC) pin Samantha Klingel (King), 1:03
Haley Augello (NYAC) tech. fall Samantha Klingel (King), 6-0 6-0
3rd - Marina Sanchez (King) dec. Savanna Nobile (Lindenwood Women`s WC), 2-0,0-2,2-2
5th - Grace Paxton (Team Indiana) dec. Kay-Ci Bele (Wrestling University Club), 6-0,2-0
7th - Michelle Lomas (Lil Rebels) pin Jordan Morrell (Team Tennessee), 4-0,0:57

55 kg / 121.25 lbs.
Best of three series for first place
Sarah Hildebrandt (King) dec. Kayla Brendlinger (King), 2-0,1-0
Sarah Hildebrandt (King) dec. Kayla Brendlinger (King), 2-0, 1-0
3rd - Tamara Tillman (Titan Mercury Wrestling Club) dec. Shelby Morrison (OKCU/GATOR Women RTC), 1-0, 4-1
5th - Jasmine Bailey (Team Iowa) dec. Rachel Hale (Independant), 1-0, 2-0
7th – Hanna Grisewood (King) dec. Lauren Richardson (Menlo College), 1-0, 1-3, 2-0

59 kg/130 lbs.
Best of three series for first place
Kayla Miracle (Team Indiana) pin Jenna Burkert (NYAC/USOEC), 0-7,0:35
Jenna Burkert (NYAC/USOEC) dec. Kayla Miracle (Team Indiana), 1-0, 1-0
Jenna Burkert (NYAC/USOEC) dec. Kayla Miracle (Team Indiana), 6-0, 3-3
3rd - Cassandra Herkelman (Cedar Falls High School) dec. Mallory Velte (SFU/Pin City Wrestling Club), 5-1,4-2
5th - Rachael Young (OKCU/Gator Women RTC) dec. Aleah Lafrancis (MBU Wrestling), 1-1,3-1
7th - Forrest Molinari (Benicia Wrestling) inj. dft over Megan Black (Big Game Wrestling Club) ID

63 kg / 138.75 lbs.
Best of three series for first place
Jennifer Page (Titan Mercury Wrestling Club) pin Shai Mason (Jimmie Wrestling Club), 1-0, 0-3, 0:26
Jennifer Page (Titan Mercury Wrestling Club) pin Shai Mason (Jimmie Wrestling Club), 0-1, 1:34
3rd - Olivia Seppinni (California Rebel Wrestling) dec. Monica Ramirez (Lindenwood Women`s WC), 0-3,3-3,3-2
5th - Rachael McFarland (OKCU/GATOR Women RTC) dec. Montana Stewart (Azle), 3-0, 3-0
7th - Yvonne Galindo (OKCU/GATOR Women RTC) tech. fall Heiley Garcia (OKCU/Gator Women RTC), 7-0, 6-0

67 kg / 147.5 lbs.
Best of three series for first place
Lorrie Ramos (King) pin Amy Spafford (Lindenwood Women`s WC), 1:55
Lorrie Ramos (King) dec. Amy Spafford (Lindenwood Women`s WC), 2-0, 4-3
3rd - Demi Strub (OKCU/Gator Women RTC) pin Kasey Kruczek (Easton Gold Medal), 8-3,1:12
5th - Shannon Oryniak (Team NJ) over Angelina Fabbri (Lindenwood Women`s WC), 2-1,0-7,7-1
7th - Idalis Graciano (Beat the Streets New York City) forfeit Cristta Hartinger (New York)

72 kg / 158.5 lbs.
Best-of-three series for first place
Julia Salata (NYAC/King College) dec. Anastasia Lobsinger (Concord Youth Center), 3-0, 6-0
Julia Salata (NYAC/King College) tech. fall Anastasia Lobsinger (Concord Youth Center), 6-0, 7-0
3rd - Kimberly Spiegel (West Chester University) dec. Kaitlyn Hill (Michigan Women`s Wrestling), 3-0,2-0
5th - Victoria Francis (Lindenwood Women`s WC) dec. Kerri Bumpers (King), 1-0, 2-0
7th - Mikayla Mathews (Lindenwood Women`s WC) pin Brittney Rodriguez (Missouri Valley College), 1-2,5-0,1:46

79.5 kg / 175 lbs.
1st Place - Darcie Manning-O’Brien of MBU Wrestling
2nd Place - Sherese Thomas of OKCU/Gator Women RTC
3rd Place - Yuneris Taveras of Beat the Streets New York City
4th Place - Clarissa Ceffalo of Tennessee Pride
Best-of-three series for first place
Darcie Manning-O’Brien (MBU Wrestling) dec. Sherese Thomas (OKCU/Gator Women’s RTC), 2-3, 2-1, 3-1
Darcie Manning-O’Brien (MBU Wrestling) pin Sherese Thomas (OKCU/Gator Women’s RTC), 3-4, 4-1, 0:35
Other Roundrobin matches
Yuneris Taveras (Beat the Streets New York) dec. Clarissa Ceffalo (Tennessee Pride), 1-0, 3-0
Sherese Thomas (OKCU/Gator Women’s RTC) dec. Yuneris Taveras (Beat the Streets New York), 3-0, 3-0
Darcie Manning-O’Brien (MBU Wrestling) pin Clarissa Ceffalo (Tennessee Pride), 6-0, 1:25
Sherese Thomas (OKCU/Gator Women’s RTC) pin Clarissa Ceffalo (Tennessee Pride), 0:25
Darcie Manning-O’Brien (MBU Wrestling) dec. Yuneris Taveras (Beat the Streets New York), 3-0, 7-0


48 kg/105.5 lbs.
Amy Hou (Team Georgia) dec. Haley Moreno (OKCU/Gator Women RTC), 2-0, 1-1, 3-1

51 kg/112.25 lbs.
Samantha Klingel (King) by forfeit over Marina Sanchez (King)

59 kg/130 lbs.
Kayla Miracle (Team Indiana) dec. Cassandra Herkelman (Cedar Falls High School), 3-0, 2-4, 1-1

63 kg/138.75 lbs.
Shai Mason (Jimmie WC) dec. Olivia Seppini (California Rebel Wrestling), 6-0, 3-4, 2-1
Untitled Document
© Copyright 2000-2014 USA Wrestling, All rights reserved.
Contents of this site may not used without the expressed written consent of USA Wrestling.