Angelo Ferrari, and other OSU potential wrestling targets

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Cadet (16 and 17 yr old) World Team trials are this weekend. The winner at each weight class will represent Team USA at worlds in a few months. Several in state potential targets are going, including Angelo Ferrari, who won his first match today 12-2. Angelo is a freshman who lost in the finals of the OK state championship this year.

Cael Hughes from Stillwater won his first. Second round has started. Cael is a highly ranked Sophomore who has won two straight OK state championships.
 
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Cael Hughes makes it to the semifinals 11-1!

Angelo Ferrari loses a heartbreaker 3-2, where he had control of the match 2-0, then stepped out to give up a point 2-1, then gave up a 2 point exposure with a few seconds left.
 

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Cadet (16 and 17 yr old) World Team trials are this weekend. The winner at each weight class will represent Team USA at worlds in a few months. Several in state potential targets are going, including Angelo Ferrari, who won his first match today 12-2. Angelo is a freshman who lost in the finals of the OK state championship this year.

Cael Hughes from Stillwater won his first. Second round has started. Cael is a highly ranked Sophomore who has won two straight OK state championships.
The dude he lost to, AJ Heeg, is a Sophomore at Edmond Memorial. Going to be a nice rivalry over the next couple of years. Heeg has a little brother that’s a fifth grader that is an absolute hammer.
 
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Day 2 Cadet WTT update: I will say this: this is a monster of a tournament. Most of those kids are beat up. I've seen kids with two black eyes, lots of heads taped up. Blood time in a lot of matches. Some tough kids, man.

Cael Hughes (55 kg) lost his semi-finals match 7-6 this morning after being up 6-2 with about 30 seconds left. He has made the consolation finals (losers bracket - 3d place) after winning the conso semis match. He faces Mason Gibson from Penn for 3rd.

Angelo Ferrari is also about to wrestle in the Consolation finals for 3d place after battling back through the losers bracket and winning 11-0 in the Round of 8, 8-0 in the round of 4 and 3-2 in the consolation semis.

Clayton Giddens (55 KG) lost 13-5 in the semis. He then lost 12-2 in consolations semis missing the chance for an all OK consolation finals. He finished the tournament 3-2.

JJ McComas (60 kg) started strong with 2 wins in winners bracket yesterday, then lost in round of 16. In consolations he won 11-0 in round of 16, then lost 12-2 in round of 8, also finishing 3-2 on the weekend.
 
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Cael Hughes 3d pace match against Mason Gibson started slow, with Gibson leading 1-0 at end of 1st period. Gibson got in deep and took Hughes feet to back at beginning of 2d for a big 4 point move and led 5-0. Gibson continued to attack and got a push out making it 6-0. Gibson got another takedown with a few seconds left, finishing him off 8-0.
 
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Angelo Ferrari (65 kg) faced Noah Tolentino from Poway (?) for 3d. Crazy flip move that didn't result in points to start the match. Could have been against Ferrarim but wasn't challenged. Ferrari continued to attack, gets a push out with a minute left, then in deep again and another push out. He needs to finish when he has a leg up high. Up 2-0 going into second period. In deep again, gets a 4 point feet to back, (6-0) goes for the gut wrench, can't get it and back to neutral. Tolentino gets a push out, 7-1. then a takedown for another 2, but cant finish the gut and Angelo wins 7-3!