Local wrestlers earn all-state recognition | Sports

Two TSSAA champions –

Nine Wilson County grapplers have earned 2021 All-State honors from the Tennessee Sports Writers Association.

All nine were medalists at their respective weight classes with two earning state championships — Wilson Central’s Hunter Borders and Dominic Love from Green Hill.

Class A-AA 120

Andy Cable, Pigeon Forge, So.

Spencer Reep, Gibbs, Fr.

Gregory Mechpaz, Watertown, Sr.

Noah Shriner, Signal Mountain, Jr.

Class AAA 120

Hunter Borders, Wilson Central, Sr.

Arlo Laxton, Cleveland, Jr.

Jackson Masters, Summit, Jr.

Steven Dindl, Bartlett, Jr.

132

Jackson Bradford, Cleveland, Sr.

Brennan Watkins, Dobyns Bennett, Sr.

Samuel Shires, Rossview, Jr.

Riley Fort, Wilson Central, So.

138

Trae McDaniel, Cleveland, Sr.

Luke Belcher, Bradley Central, So.

Alan Fort, Wilson Central, Sr.

Ethan Hylton, David Crockett, Jr.

145

Cody Chittum, Cleveland, So.

Landon Fisher, Jefferson County, Sr.

Steven Fisak, Wilson Central, Jr.

Anthony Lynn, Bradley Central, Sr.

152

Jackson Hurst, Dobyns Bennett, Sr.

Aidan Brenot, Clarksville, So.

Robert Laxton, Cleveland, Sr.

Eli Clemmons, Lebanon, Sr.

170

Mason Smith, Beech, Sr.

Matheson Meade, Bearden, Sr.

Anthony Pyron, Mt. Juliet, Jr.

Clint Morrisette, Dobyns Bennett, Sr.

195

Dominic Love, Green Hill, Sr.

Donovan Rich, Beech, Sr.

Thomas Stadel, Maryville, So.

Connor Milhorn, Siegel, Jr.

220

Ashton Davis, Cleveland, Jr.

Noah Todd, Wilson Central, So.

Ryver Shelton, Jefferson County, Sr.

Isaac Jordan, Arlington, Sr.

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