Southwest Wake all-conference wrestling

Posted by J. Mike Blake on February 28, 2014 

  • SWAC all-conference wrestling

    Wrestler of the Year: Will Clark, junior, Cary

    Coach of the Year: Brandon Inge, Holly Springs

    All-conference list

    106 - Michael Eastwood, junior, Green Hope

    113 - Nick Tarvin, senior, Cary

    120 - Aaron Redus, senior, Holly Springs

    126 - Parker Ragsdale, senior, Cary

    132 - Kollin Wade, sophomore, Cary

    138 - Will Clark, junior, Cary

    145 - Ke Wang, senior, Cary

    152 - Daniel Richardson, senior, Holly Springs

    152 - Daniel Krakowski, senior, Apex

    160 - Mark Mulligan, junior, Cary

    160 - Matt Stober, junior, Panther Creek

    170 - Alex Zuniga, sophomore, Cary

    182 - Josh Richardson, junior, Holly Springs

    195 - Ian Callahan, senior, Green Hope

    220 - Matt Powell, senior, Panther Creek

    285 - Keanu Gonzalez, sophomore, Green Hope

    Honorable mention

    Ian Anderson, 106, senior, Cary

    Daniel Cockerill, 113, junior, Fuquay-Varina

    Lucas Fryar, 113, junior, Cary

    Chance Davis, 120, junior, Apex

    Grant Finkbeiner, 132, junior, Athens Drive

    Cam Devers, 138, sophomore, Holly Springs

    Tyrell Kemether, 145, senior, Middle Creek

    Austin Galati, 170, senior, Holly Springs

    Matt Mason, 182, junior, Green Hope

    Rony Nasrallah, 182, senior, Panther Creek

    Shane Newman 195, junior, Holly Springs

    Sean Kerr, 195, senior, Panther Creek

    C.J. Toogood, 220, junior, Holly Springs

    Javon Jarrett, 285, sophomore, Cary

The Southwest Wake Athletic Conference champion Holly Springs wrestling team placed three wrestlers on the all-conference list plus Brandon Inge won coach of the year.

The Golden Hawks had junior Josh Richardson and seniors Daniel Richardson and Aaron Redus on the all-conference list.

Cary had the wrestler of the year in junior Will Clark. Clark, a back-to-back winner of the award, was joined by teammates Nick Tarvin, Parker Ragsdale, Kollin Wade, Ke Wang, Mark Mulligan and Alex Zuniga.

Seniors take up one half of the all-conference list.

There were 14 wrestlers named to the honorable mention list as well.

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