Photos by KINDELL MOORE
Four Williamson County wrestlers captured state championships at the Williamson County Ag Expo Saturday.
Independence’s Isaiah Demello won the Class AAA 220-pound title with a 15-10 decision against Heritage’s Javier Salvador.
Franklin’s Jack Shrader took the 126 title in AAA with a 5-4 decision victory over Independence’s Daniel Fowler.
Page’s Houston Tywater won the 182 championship in Class A-AA with a 10-7 decision against Alcoa’s Noah Evans.
Independence’s Zanaya Shropshire won the girls 185-pound title via disqualification.
Brentwood Academy’s Airin Spell lost by 2-1 decision against McCallie’s River Henry in the Division II 285-pound championship.
State Individual Tournament Results by School
Brentwood: CJ Grissim (182) placed fifth with a 4-3 decision against Clarksville’s Bradley Williams.
Franklin: Job Dooley (120) lost by fall 2-1 decision in a third-place match. Nick Galbreath (170) fell in a fifth-place match with an 11-9 loss by decision.
Independence: Brady Ingram (138) took third with a 13-9 decision against Cleveland’s Cody Mathews.
Summit: Nathan Porter (132) placed fifth with an 8-3 decision victory against Stewarts Creek’s Gabe Rogers. Sean Butler (145) lost to Mt. Juliet’s Steven Weist with an 8-2 decision in a third-place bout. Sawyer Knott (170) lost by 6-5 decision in a third-place match.
Page: John Noe won the 170 third-place match with a 6-5 decision against Chattanooga Christian’s Alex Hundley.
Brentwood Academy: Logan Spell (132) won a fifth-place match by fall (5:00). Jordan McCoy (220) lost by fall (4:01) in a third-place match. William Jones (152) lost to FRA’s Drew White by a 13-3 majority decision in a fifth-place match.
BGA: Tiy Reed (126) finished fourth with a loss by fall (2:37) against Baylor’s Hayden Hartline. Conner Mitchell (145) lost the third-place match by 11-3 majority decision. Teddy Holloway lost by 5-1 decision in the 182 third-place match.
Independence’s Samantha Fletcher won a fifth-place match in 112 with a fall (1:36).
Page’s Peyton March placed fifth in 125.