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First team

106: Kobe McCorkle

School: Rock Island

Year: Senior

Record: 33-8

Credentials: Earned all-Western Big Six honors while also placing second in the Class 3A regional to qualify for sectionals. McCorkle finished third on the team in wins. 

113: Jacob Schipper

School: North Scott

Year: Senior

Record: 45-5

Credentials: A repeat all-metro selection, the MAC and district champion was the Class 3A state runner-up. Headed to wrestle at Northern Iowa, Schipper finished career with nearly 160 victories. 

120: Eli Loyd

School: Pleasant Valley

Year: Freshman

Record: 47-9

Credentials: The team leader in wins placed fourth at Class 3A state tournament. Ranked among state's top 10 all season, MAC and district champion also led PV with 28 pins. 

126: Caleb McCabe

School: North Scott

Year: Sophomore

Record: 36-7

Credentials: The Class 3A state qualifier was a MAC and district champion. McCabe won his opening round match at state and was a victory from placing. He had 22 contested bonus-point wins. 

132: Matt Robertson

School: Assumption

Year: Junior

Record: 46-1

Credentials: Pleasant Valley transfer became 21st state champion in Assumption history with 3-2 win in 2A finale. Robertson, seventh at last year's state tournament, also won MAC, sectional and district titles. 

138: Mason Morris

School: Bettendorf

Year: Junior

Record: 32-13

Credentials: Avenged two losses to North Scott's Colin Lewis with a 4-2 win in the district final. He went on to place eighth at Class 3A state tournament, one of two state place winners for the Bulldogs. 

145: Anthony Orduna

School: United Township

Year: Senior

Record: 29-5

Credentials: The first team all-Western Big Six selection earned his first Illinois Class 3A regional title, UT's first champion since 2013. Orduna won 59 matches the past two seasons.

152: Dermott Weldon

School: Pleasant Valley

Year: Junior

Record: 35-17

Credentials: MAC and district champion was an Iowa 3A state qualifier. Second on the team in victories, Weldon was runner-up at Five Season Invite and fourth at Midwest Shootout. 

160: Julien Broderson

School: Assumption

Year: Sophomore

Record: 46-2

Credentials: Tied for the team lead in wins, Broderson avenged both of his regular-season losses in the postseason to claim 2A state title. MAC champion did not lose a contested match after the holiday break.

170: Alex Lopez

School: Bettendorf

Year: Senior

Record: 29-15

Credentials: Earned a conference title and district championship to qualify for 3A state tournament. He pulled out a decision win in his opening-round match at state and came one victory from placing.

182: Triston Richardson

School: North Scott

Year: Senior

Record: 40-16

Credentials: Collected three wins at 3A state tournament to place seventh, one of three placewinners for the Lancers. He took second at MAC and second at districts behind Burlington's Spencer Sherwood.

195: Sam Serrano

School: Davenport Central

Year: Senior

Record: 27-9

Credentials: Pulled out 1-0 and 10-8 victories to secure MAC and district titles. Serrano followed it with an eighth-place finish at 3A state tournament, the Blue Devils' lone state qualifier.  

220: Wyatt Wriedt

School: North Scott

Year: Senior

Record: 47-1

Credentials: Ranked eighth in the country at his weight by InterMat, Wriedt became North Scott's first two-time state champion. The Nebraska recruit was 93-4 the past two seasons with a pair of MAC and district titles.

285: Tyler Clark

School: Clinton

Year: Senior

Record: 32-8

Credentials: The three-time state place winner was fourth place at 3A state tournament for third consecutive year. Clark, a district runner-up, had four wins at state tournament — two by fall.

At-large: Alex Andrews

School: Rock Island

Year: Senior

Record: 41-7

Credentials: Andrews blossomed as a senior, winning the Class 3A regional at 220 pounds, taking second at sectional and winning a match at state. He was an all-conference pick in football and wrestling.

At-large: Noah Broderson

School: Assumption

Year: Senior

Record: 43-4

Credentials: Class 2A 220-pound sectional and district champion placed third at state tournament for second straight season. Headed to wrestle at Wartburg, Broderson had four pins in five matches at state tournament.

Second team

106: Aiden Evans, Bettendorf, fr., 34-11

113: Michael Meyers, Rock Island, sr., 31-10

120: Nate Shesky, Rock Island, sr., 29-10

126: Victor Guzman, Rock Island, fr., 35-6

132: Paladin Martinez, Moline, sr., 30-13

138: Collin Lewis, North Scott, so., 44-10

145: Jayden Martinez, Moline, so., 31-17

152: Grant Massa, United Township, jr., 19-10

160: Ryan Loyd, Pleasant Valley, sr., 31-17

170: Brock Timmons, Assumption, sr., 41-15

182: Tyler Berhenke, United Township, fr., 13-9

195: Zach Petersen, North Scott, jr., 38-14

220: Jack Yeleneke, United Township, so., 18-9

285: Cole Ernst, North Scott, jr., 33-18

At-large/106: Isaiah Tapia, Moline, jr., 25-8

At-large/132: Will Jefferson, Bettendorf, so., 35-11

Honorable mention

Alleman: John West, jr., 170; Ryan O'Hern, jr., 152

Assumption: Jacob Felderman, so., 120; Sean Casey, sr., 126; Peter Laubenthal, sr., 182; Seth Adrian, fr., 195

Bettendorf: Keano Roberts, fr., 113; TJ Cole, jr., 120; Brad Holmes, sr., 145

Clinton: Jess Chapman, jr., 145; Walker Chapman, sr., 152; Clem Butler, jr., 160; Ben Chapman, jr., 170; Ethan Barry, fr., 182

Davenport Central: Cameron Heinz, jr., 106

Davenport North: Cameron Butler, sr., 195; Isaiah Gray, sr., 220

Davenport West: Colin Kraft, so., 106; Wyatte Shade, jr., 126; Anthony Stock, sr., 170

Moline: Ellex Williams, jr., 120; Antonio Tapia, sr., 126; Grant Ohlsen, jr. 138; Hunter Day, jr., 152; Hunter Henning, jr., 195

Muscatine: Nolan Bell, jr., 285

North Scott: Riley Thomas, sr., 120; Jake Matthaidess, fr., 145; Drake Golinghorst, jr., 152; Avion Lard, sr., 160; Jonathan Wolbert, sr., 170

Pleasant Valley: Carter Sergeant, jr., 220; Brady Bormann, sr., 285

Rock Island: Dakari Nephew, sr., 160


Sports Editor

Prep sports editor, with emphasis on covering the Mississippi Athletic Conference and Iowa area high schools. I've been in sports journalism for 17 years, the last five at the Quad-City Times.