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  1. No AA'S in 2019; I believe Abounader was the last in 2018. Allan Hart and Bryce Andonian finished in the R12 this year. Almost started a new streak.
  2. Eierman (5,4,3,2,?) and Amine (4,3,3,3,?) could be the first 5x tournament AA's. Spencer Lee, Rivera, Nick Lee, Red, Hayden Hidlay, and Kemerer would be next if you count their NWCA 1st team AA honor.
  3. He is, and Nico Megaludis is as well.
  4. True! Have to win one before you win four, so these guys have the best chance at the moment.
  5. 4x Spencer Lee Yianni Diakomahalis Mekhi Lewis David Carr Shane Griffith Aaron Brooks 5x Carter Starocci AJ Ferrari
  6. He is! There have been multiple AA's from SD, but Abas and Truax are the only AA's in 10 years. There's been a bit of a drought.
  7. Bernie Truax (Rancho Buena Vista HS) and Jaden Abas (Rancho Bernardo HS) are the first D1 AA's from San Diego since Todd Schavrien in 2011(Missouri 141 6th/Poway HS). Hoping to see more in the near future.
  8. Current top 3... Yianni Diakomihalis - 47 (66-1) Noah Adams - 32 (51-15) Shane Griffith - 28 (28-0)
  9. Nahshon Garrett was a state champ at 103 as a junior and 112 as a senior; he eventually grew out of 125 and won at 133.
  10. 141 had an interesting pattern in consecutive years from 2010-2018: Montell Marion (2-4-2) 2010-2012, Mitchell Port (2-3-2) 2013-2015, and Bryce Meredith (2-4-2) 2016-2018.
  11. How about a 4x AA with World/Olympic Gold, or a 2x/3x NCAA Champ without a world/olympic medal? such as... Kevin Jackson (3,3,7,2)/2x World Gold, Olympic Champ vs. Brent Metcalf (1,2,1)/3x World Team Member
  12. I always seem to count Heil as well. There's been (3) 2x champs in the past decade that failed to place their last year of competition. McDonough went (1,2,1,R12), Delgado went (7,1,1,INJ), and Heil went (4,1,1,R12). In the case of McD and Delgado, it is well known that they dealt with injuries; Heil had a tough year due to the application of the DZ.
  13. I'm counting 6 in 2018 with 1. Tomasello (1,3,3,3) 2. Retherford (5,1,1,1) 3. Sorenson (4,2,3,5) 4. Martinez (1,1,2,2) 5. Jordan (3,3,2,5) 6. Snyder (2,1,1,1) 6 in 2019 with 1. Ashnault (8,4,6,1) 2. Nolf (2,1,1,1) 3.Lewis (4,6,4,4) 4. Martin (1,5,2,3) 5. Miklus (7,6,8,6) 6. Nickal (2,1,1,1) 5 in 2020 with 1. Kolodzik (7,3,5,AA) 2. Joseph (1,1,2,AA) 3. McFadden (6,5,5,AA) 4. Hall (1,2,2,AA) 5. Moore (3,4,2,AA). This class could have also had Micic, Eierman, and Amine had it not been for ORS; as well as Valencia had he not gotten into trouble.
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