Tournament recaps: Prospect, Pontiac, Riverdale, Walther

By Gary Larsen for the IWCOA

63rd Mudge-McMorrow Wrestling Invitational

The tournament named for IWCOA hall-of-fame and former Prospect coaches Dick Mudge and Gary McMorrow saw Libertyville take the team title in Mt. Prospect.

Libertyville posted a 199-169.5 edge over second-place Naperville Central, followed by Prospect (160.5), York (149.5), and Joliet Catholic (139) to round out the top five team finishes.

“It was quite exciting to win a team title,” Libertyville coach Dale Eggert said. “Our team is set up for success in a meet like this.”

Libertyville got individual titles from Luke Berktold (120), Matt Kubas (175), and Owen McGrory (215), and seconds from Orion Moran (132), and Caleb Baczek (190). Coach Dale Eggert also got a fourth from James Liu (126), and fifths from Jake Shafer (106), Charlie Clark (165), Erich Waldorf (190).

Jacob Whisenand (150) was sixth and the Wildcats got sevenths from Hunter Hill (138) and Rhett VanBoening (285).

Kubas’ title win at 175 over York’s Danny Decristofaro also put another feather in his cap. Kubas improved to 14-1 with the win.

“Kubas puts on such an intense pace that few can hang with him,” Eggert said. “Decristafaro gave him a real tough match during the first part before Matt’s pace took over and got the pin, earning him the tournament’s Outstanding Wrestler Award.”

Berktold’s 3-2 decision for the title against Round Lake’s Alejandro Cordova at 120 improved his season’s record to 13-0.

“Berktold has had his way early in the season,” Eggert said. “He’s quick and rough.  He got a wake up call from Cordova in the finals who was pushing hard from start to finish.  Luke held him off for a 3-2 win but he can see he needs a few change ups late in close matches.”

The Wildcats’ third unbeaten wrestler is McGrory (15-0) at 215. The undersized senior won a 5-0 decision in the finals against Naperville Central’s Nicolas Besteiro.

“McGrory is sneaky and smart,” Eggert said. “He is far under 215 but he is such a tough leg rider and scrambler that it throws the larger opponents off.”

The only thing standing between Baczek and an unbeaten record is Prospect’s Jason Penovich, who won by fall in their title match at 190. Eggert was pleased with wrestlers up and down his lineup.

“We have a bunch of competitive seniors that are fighting to grab whatever wins they can, adding a lot of points in addition to our stars,” Eggert said. “Hunter Hill (138), Will Carney (144), Jacob Whisenand (150), and Charlie Clark (160) will always grab some wins, quite often pins, adding a lot of points in addition to the big points our stars give us.

Libertyville also go three pins at 285 from VanBoening, who returned to the fold after sitting out last year to focus on football.

“He has a lot of talent and looks to do the work necessary to be a successful wrestler,” Eggert said of VanBoening. “His performance Saturday shows success could be coming his way.”

In addition to the Wildcats’ veterans, freshmen Jake Shafer (106), Tyler Wuh (113), and James Scanio (157) are all lighting their way towards become future varsity stars at Libertyville, along with sophomore James Liu (126) and Erich Walldorf (190).

Naperville Central coach Noah Fitzenreider got second-place finishes from Austin Aguinaldo (106) and Nicolas Besteiro (215), and thirds from Hagan Taylor (150), Jacob Smetters (190) and William Erbeck (285) for the second-place Redhawks.

Third-place host Prospect got individual titles from Connor Munn (165) and Jaxon Penovich (190) and a second from Bennett Westfallen (144) in finishing just 9.5 points behind second-place Naperville Central.

Also winning Mudge-McMorrow titles were Grayslake Central’s Vince DeMarco (106), Prairie Ridge’s Jake Lowitzki (113), Joliet Catholic’s Aurelio Munoz (126), York’s Zach Parisi (132), Grant’s Erik Rodriguez (138), Fremd’s Evan Gosz (144), McHenry’s Pedro Jimenez (150), Moline’s Zander Ealy (157), and Round Lake’s William Cole (285).

York’s Jackson Hanselman (144) posted the most pins in the least time, dispatching four opponents in 7:31. York’s Mondo Martinelli (126) had three tech falls in 5:35 to lead the tournament, and his 63 total match points were also the most by any wrestler.

Kubas’ 30 team points scored for Libertyville were the most by any wrestler present; McHenry’s Jesse Saavedra (285) had 26 points in a single match to lead the tournament; and the largest seed-place difference came from Fremd’s Trent Odachowski (113), who was seeded 13th and placed second.

Also placing second in Mt. Prospect were Round Lake’s Alejandro Cordova (120) and Grayson Kongkaeow (126), York’s Frank Nitti (138) and Danny Decristofaro (175), Joliet Catholic’s Nolan Vogel (150), Prairie Ridge’s Xander York (157), Grant’s Christian Wittkamp (165), and McHenry’s Saavedra (285).

Third-placers included Moline’s Collin Ledbetter (106), Grant’s Vince Jasinski (113), McHenry’s Ryan Hanson (120) and Aiden Fischler (165), Prairie Ridge’s Mikey Meade (126), Joliet Catholic’s Damien Flores (132) and Elias Gonzalez (144), Prospect’s Giorgio Difalco (138) and Michael Matuszak (175), Naperville Central’s Hagan Taylor (150), Fremd’s Ryan Muslimovic (157), and York’s Austin Bagdasarian (215).

Other wrestlers taking fourth place included Grant’s Carter Hutchinson (106), Joliet Catholic’s Matthew Laird (113), Adante Washington (120), and George Hollendoner (138), Moline’s Kayden Serrano (132) and Bradley Ledbetter (144), Prospect’s Joe Quirk (150), Addison Trail’s Martin Duarte (157) and Elmer Olascoaga (190), Fremd’s Peter Mondus (165) and Anthony D’Ambrosio (175), and Prairie Ridge’s Walter Pollack (215) and John Fallaw (285).

Mudge-McMorrow championship matches:

106 – Vince DeMarco (Grayslake C) D 11-5 Austin Aguinaldo (Naperville C)

113 – Jake Lowitzki (Prairie Ridge) F 0:15 Trent Odachowski (Fremd)

120 – Luke Berktold (Libertyville) D 3-2 Alejandro Cordova (Round Lake)

126 – Aurelio Munoz (Joliet Catholic) D 9-2 Grayson Kongkaeow (Round Lake)

132 – Zach Parisi (York) F 4:59 Orion Moran (Libertyville)

138 – Erik Rodriguez (Grant) D 3-2 Frank Nitti (York)

144 – Evan Gosz (Fremd) F 5:38 Bennett Westfallen (Prospect)

150 – Pedro Jimenez (McHenry) MD 10-1 Nolan Vogel (Joliet Catholic)

157 – Zander Ealy (Moline) F 0:53 Xander York (Prairie Ridge)

165 – Connor Munn (Prospect) D 5-1 Christian Wittkamp (Grant)

175 – Matt Kubas (Libertyville) F 2:58 Danny Decristofaro (York)

190 – Jaxon Penovich (Prospect) F 2:40 Caleb Baczek (Libertyville)

215 – Owen McGrory (Libertyville) D 5-0 Nicolas Besteiro (Naperville C)

285 – William Cole (Round Lake) D 7-0 Jesse Saavedra (McHenry)

Final team scores: 1. Libertyville (199) 2. Naperville Central (169.5) 3. Prospect (160.5) 4. York (149.5) 5. Joliet Catholic (139) 6. Fremd (120) 7. Moline (112) 8. McHenry (100.5) 9. Prairie Ridge (100.5) 10. Grant (99) 11. Round Lake (74) 12. Belvidere North (64) 13. Addison Trail (57) 14. Grayslake Central (54) 15. New Trier (39) 16. Lake Zurich (20)

Pontiac’s ‘The Munch’ Invitational

Evergreen Park, Morton, and Olympia got into a heated battle Saturday at Pontiac and when it was over Evergreen Park had captured the team title of this year’s 19-team invitational.

By a single team point.

‘The Munch’ Invite saw the Mustangs edge downstate Morton 226-225, with third-place Olympia scoring 216.5 team points. University (132.5) and Wilmington (122.5) rounded out the top five team finishes at the invitational named after former coach Russ Munch.

“It was a great dogfight,” Evergreen Park coach Ron Zimmerman said. “Morton has some very tough kids and I thought the tournament as a whole was great. My kids came off a huge (dual) win Friday night against Oak Forest and then made the two hour trip to Pontiac the next morning. It was a great team effort for sure.”

Evergreen Park had 12 wrestlers score team points in the win. Coach Ron Zimmerman got individual titles from Yohan Bonilla (106), David Johnson (144), Eduardo Antunez (215) and Gerald O’Hare (285), plus seconds from Chance Woods (126) and Genesis Ward (190).

The Mustangs also got fourth from Ryan Sema (150), a fifth from Ashton Gray (138), and sixths from Angel Ramirez (120), Ben Sanchez (132), and Noah Moreno (157).

In one of the final matches of the championship round of the tournament, O’Hare’s 4-1 decision on the title mat at 285 clinched Evergreen Park’s team win.

“I have never been in a tournament when the winner was decided by the very last match of the tournament,” Zimmerman said.

“We have a solid team this year that understands what it takes to be competitive. Our four champs came through for us in the end. David Johnson was down 4-0 (in the title match at 144) and battled back to a 8-6 win in OT. Eduardo Antunez (215) had a takedown with 15 seconds left to seal his win and Gerald O’Hare at 285 was a beast all day.  Chance Woods (126) and Genesis Ward (190) wrestled very well and just came up a little short in the finals.”

Second-place Morton went a perfect five-for-five in the finals, getting individual titles from Harrison Dea (113), Caiden Robison (132), Steven Marvin (150), Clayton McKee (157), and Tyus Almasy (175). Potters coach Ed Henderson also got thirds from Noah Harris (106), Caleb Lenning (126), and Lucas Herrmann (165), a fourth from Carter Jones (138), and fifths from Danny Marvin (150) and Colton Mckee (165).

Third-place Olympia got a title from Kelton Graden (165) and second-place finishes from Noah Whiteside (106), Austin Kisner (120), Cooper Phillips (138), and Bentley Wise (150).

Other wrestlers winning individual titles in Pontiac were Decatur Unity Christian’s Clinton VerHeecke (120) and Garrett VerHeecke (126), Dwight’s Dylan Crouch (138), and Springfield’s Keyshaun Harris (190).

The most pins in the least time came from Unity Christian’s Clinton VerHeecke (120), who had four pins in 5:36. Morton’s Clayton Mckee (157) had two tech fall wins in 10:06 to lead the tournament; Dwight’s Dylan Crouch (138) scored the most team points with 32; Springfield Southeast’s Brayden McBride (132) scored the most single match points with 23; Taylorville’s Ethan Dyer (138) scored the most total match points with 51; and Morton’s Carter Jones (138) finished with the largest seed-place difference, when the No. 19 seed placed fourth.

Also placing second were Pontiac’s Noah Davis (113), Prairie Central’s John Traub (132) and Ayden Mackey (144), Wilmington’s Matt Swisher (157) and Parker Adams (165), Kankakee’s Travon Jordan (175), J. Sterling Morton’s Jose Moreno (215), and Macomb’s Charlie Bodiford (285).

Taking third in Pontiac were J. Sterling Morton’s Tristan Rodriguez (113) and David Roa (150), Wilmington’s Landon Dooley (120), Springfield Southeast’s Brayden McBride (132) and Chris Hull (190), Herscher’s Gerrit Osenga (138), Olympia’s Bryson Wilson (144) and Nolen Yeary (215), Macomb’s Tyler Shannon (157), University’s Charles Karun (175), and Kankakee’s Rogello Cornejo (285).

Other fourth-placers included Olympia’s Mya Downs (106) Blake Youngren (190), and Cohen Maness (285), Herscher’s Owen Bollino (113), Macomb’s Ethan Hoyt (120) and Damome Johnson (132), University’s Nolan Lowe (126), Grayson Moody (165), and Joseph Hunt (215), Morton’s Carter Jones (138), J. Sterling Morton’s Malik Hammad (144) and Rafael Lopez (157), and Pontiac’s Cole Russell (175).

‘The Munch’ Invitational championship match breakdowns:

106 – Yohan Bonilla (Evergreen Park) F 1:15 Noah Whiteside (Olympia)

113 – Harrison Dea (Morton) F 1:55 Noah Davis (Pontiac)

120 – Clinton VerHeecke (Unity Christian) F 1:10 Austin Kisner (Olympia)

126 – Garrett VerHeecke (Unity Christian) MD 10-0 Chance Woods (Evergreen Park)

132 – Caiden Robison (Morton) MD 14-3 John Traub (Prairie Central)

138 – Dylan Crouch (Dwight) F 5:38 Cooper Phillips (Olympia)

144 – David Johnson (Evergreen Park) SV 8-6 Ayden Mackey (Prairie Central)

150 – Steven Marvin (Morton) MD 8-0 Bentley Wise (Olympia)

157 – Clayton Mckee (Morton) TF 5:35 Matt Swisher (Wilmington)

165 – Kelton Graden (Olympia) MD 9-1 Parker Adams (Wilmington)

175 – Tyus Almasy (Morton) F 1:18 Travon Jordan (Kankakee)

190 – Keyshaun Harris (Springfield) F 5:07 Genesis Ward (Evergreen Park)

215 – Eduardo Antunez (Evergreen Park) D 3-1 Jose Moreno (JS Morton)

285 – Gerald O’Hare (Evergreen Park) D 4-1 Charlie Bodiford (Macomb)

Final team scores: 1. Evergreen Park (226) 2. Morton (225) 3. Olympia (216.5) 4. University (132.5) 5. Wilmington (122.5) 6. JS Morton (114) 7. Herscher (69.5) 8. Unity Christian (69) 9. Springfield Southeast (60.5) 10. Macomb (60) 11. Prairie Central (55.5) 12. Springfield (48.5) 13. Pontiac (47) 13. Rantoul (47) 15. Kankakee (44) 16. Dwight (42) 17. Urbana (40) 18. Illinois Valley Central (17) 19. Taylorville (11)

Riverdale’s Jim Boyd Wrestling Invitational

Wilton High School of Wilton, Iowa cruised to the team title at this year’s 16-team Jim Boyd Wrestling Invite, hosted by Riverdale.
Riverdale’s Invite is named for IWCOA hall-of-famer Jim Boyd, head coach at the school for 11 years, stepping down after the 1993-94 season. Boyd led the Rams to third-place dual team state finishes in Illinois in ’93 and ’94.

Wilton posted 301.5 points to second-place Rock Island’s 176, with Seneca placing third with 167 points. Riverdale (153), Byron (137.5), United (125.5), Sterling (123), Sherrard (97.5), Mercer County (96.5), and downstate Notre Dame (89.5) rounded out the top 10 team finishes.

Wilton sent eight wrestlers to the title mat and got five individual titles, from Austin Etzel (120), Brody Brisker (132), Gabriel Brisker (138), Jordan Dusenberry (144), and Owen Milder (165). Mason Shirk (113), Gaitlin Rogers (175), and Kane Willey (190) placed second for Wilton.

Second-place Rock Island sent five wrestlers to the finals and saw four climb to the top step of the awards stand. Rocks coach Joel Stockwell got Individual titles from Truth Vesey (113), Daniel McGhee (126), Amare Overton (175), and Andrew Marquez (215, plus a second from Antonio Parker (138).

Third-place Seneca got individual titles from Raiden Terry (106) and Jeremy Gagnon (285), and a second from Chris Peura (215) for Fighting Irish coach Todd Yegge.

Also winning titles in Riverdale were Riverdale’s Blake Smith (150), United’s Kayden Marolf (157), and Byron’s Kyle Jones (190). 

Sterling’s Tatum Allen (165) had the most pins in the least time, with four pins in 6:38, while Wilton’s Owen Milder (165) had the fastest tech time in 2:18, and Milder posted the most total match points by any wrestler with 44. Wilton’s Brody Brisker’s 30 team points earned at 132 were the most by any wrestler, and United’s Xavier Marolf had the most points in a single match with 22.

Other second-placers included Notre Dame’s Josh Stedwill (106), Ian Akers (120) and Chase Daugherty (157), Riverdale’s Dean Wainwright (126) and Kolton Kruse (144), Polo’s Lucas Nelson (132), Sterling’s Dylan Ottens (150), and Byron’s Carsen Behn (165) and Jared Claunch (285).

Wrestlers placing third included United’s Blake Trickey (106), Byron’s Damien Palacios (113) and Tharren Jacobs (120), Wilton’s Owen Adlfinger (126) and Jensen Boorn (157), Mercer County’s Ethan Monson (132), Zeke Arnold (150), and Eli Burns (165), Sterling’s Austin Clemens (138), Max Smith (144) of Davenport North IA, Seneca’s Asher Hamby (175) and Landen Venecia (190), Riverdale’s Jake Schradeya (215), and Notre Dame’s Brady Mullens (285).

Also placing fourth were United’s Landon Henson (106) and Loic Houedakor (144), Sherrard’s Braiden Krahl (113), Byron’s Jackson Norris (120), Sterling’s Zyan Westbrook (126), Emmanuel Arreola (138), Isaiah Mendoza (157), and Tatum Allen (165), West Carroll’s Connor Knop (132), Wilton’s Haden Hill (150), Riverdale’s Zac Bradley (175), Mercer County’s Lucas Shadden (190), and Wilton’s Francisco Honts (215) and Carter Drake-Metzger (285).

Jim Boyd Invitational championship match breakdowns:

106 – Raiden Terry (Seneca) F 1:03 Josh Stedwill (Notre Dame)

113 – Truth Vesey (Rock Island) D 5-0 Mason Stark (Wilton)

120 – Austin Etzel (Wilton) D 8-5 Ian Akers (Notre Dame)

126 – Daniel McGhee (Rock Island) D 17-10 Dean Wainwright (Riverdale)

132 – Brody Brisker (Wilton) F 2:20 Lucas Nelson (Polo)

138 – Gabriel Brisker (Wilton) F 1:08 Antonio Parker (Rock Island)

144 – Jordan Dusenberry (Wilton) D 9-5 Kolton Kruse (Riverdale)

150 – Blake Smith (Riverdale) TF 3:57 Dylan Ottens (Sterling)

157 – Kayden Marolf (United) MD 12-3 Chase Daugherty (Notre Dame)

165 – Owen Milder (Wilton) D 8-2 Carsen Behn (Byron)

175 – Amare Overton (Rock Island) F 3:23 Gaitlin Rogers (Wilton)

190 – Kyle Jones (Byron) F 0:38 Kane Willey (Wilton)

215 – Andrew Marquez (Rock Island) D 12-5 Chris Peura (Seneca)

285 – Jeremy Gagnon (Seneca) F 1:16 Jared Claunch (Byron)

Final team scores: 1. Wilton (301.5) 2. Rock Island (176) 3. Seneca (167) 4. Riverdale (153.5) 5. Byron (137.5) 6. United (125.5) 7. Sterling (123) 8. Sherrard (97.5) 9. Mercer County (96.5) 10. Notre Dame (89.5) 11. Davenport North IA (74) 12. Polo (54) 13. Pleasant Valley IA (48) 14. St. Bede (29) 15. West Carroll (23) 16. ROWVA (14)

Walther Christian Hoger/Tuomi Invitational 

Peotone brought 11 wrestlers to this year’s Hoger/Tuomi Invitational, but with four champions and eight total finishers in the top four, the Blue Devils had enough firepower to top the field at Walther Christian. 

The Blue Devils posted a 166-161.5 edge over second-place Lutheran Westland from Michigan. Birmingham Seaholm of Michigan (138) was third, followed by Northridge Prep (131.5) and Rickover Naval Academy (125.5) to round out the top five finishes.

Four Blue Devils won individual titles to lead all teams in the 17-team field, as a murderer’s row from 144 to 165. Micah Spinozzola (144), Connor Pasch (150), Kurt Wagner (157), and Ian Kreske (165) all won individual titles for coach Josh Kreske.

Peotone also got thirds from Blake Anderson (113) and Laith Abunijmeh (175) and fourth’s from John Meneses (126) and Tino Izzi (157).

“Our kids who I expected to get first got first, but I didn’t expect our kids who placed third to place third. So they did a nice job throughout the day,” Kreske said. “Laith is probably only 159 pounds so he did a nice job wrestling up at 175.”

Wagner’s title win at 157 also keyed Peotone’s team title win. Wagner’s win was particularly surprising since he knocked off teammate Tino Izzi in their quarterfinal match.

“Ian, Connor, and Micah are all returning state qualifiers so I expected them to do well, and they did,” Kreske said. “They’ve been wrestling forever and they all did a nice job.

“But Kurt Wagner has been out of wrestling for about four years so I just had him in there as an extra wrestler. He and Tino wrestled in the second round, which I did not want to see, and Kurt beat him. I felt bad for Tino but that’s just the way it is. So Kurt was our surprise first.”

Second-place Lutheran Westland got titles from Nathan Betke (126) and Aiden Miller (138) and a second-place finishes from Anthony Kawod (132) and Jeffrey McGuire (150).

Also winning titles at Walther Christian were Streator’s Nicholas Pollett (106) and Aydan Radke (215), Ridgewood’s Islam Khater (113), Rickover Academy’s Breyon Wallace (120) and Jacob Pizarro (132), Lutheran Westland’s Nathan Betke (126) and Aiden Miller (138), Northridge Prep’s Adam Haddad (175), Nazareth’s Scott Creviston (190), and Rafael Castrejo-Tello (285).

Second-place finishers included Amundsen’s Matthew Nguyen (106), Nazareth’s Charlie Dvorak (113) and Andrew Fowler (157), Mather’s Tommy Lam (120), Jacob Scott (175) and Jaxien Jervis-Orr (215), Seaholm’s Alex Tappan (138) and Luca DeSanto (190), Northridge Prep’s George McShane (144) and Jon Suter (165), Lutheran Westland’s Jeffrey McGuire (150), and Living Word’s Joe Weissenburger (285).

Placing third at the Hoger/Tuomi were Nazareth’s Alex Ramos (106) and Alex Dvorak (165), Elmwood Park’s Michael Aiello (120), Northridge Prep’s Joe Pardilla (126), Walther Christian’s Caleb Peterson (132), Rickover Academy’s Justin Hernandez (138) and Brandon Valbuena (144), Seaholm’s Rhemsey Piles (150) and Oliver Smith (215), Living Word’s Cade Vogl (157) and Brayden Gregor (190), and Amundsen’s William Cano (285).

Fourth-place finishers included Northridge Prep’s Sky Shang (106), Lutheran Westland’s Justin Grissom (113), Streator’s Ted Neumann (120) and Aiden Ferris (285), Seaholm’s Casey Goetz (132), Westmont’s Joseph Salerno (138) and Mission Hatchell (144), Mather’s Julian Lopez (150), Amundsen’s James Reshoft (165) and Adrian Zepeda (190), Lutheran Northwest’s Nate Cummins (175), and Elmwood Park’s Jayden Vazquez (215).

Hoger/Tuomi Invitational championship match breakdowns:

106 – Nicholas Pollett (Streator) D 6-1 Matthew Nguyen (Amundsen)

113 – Islam Khater (Ridgewood) F 2:35 Charlie Dvorak (Nazareth)

120 – Breyon Wallace (Rickover) F 3:36 Tommy Lam (Mather)

126 – Nathan Betke (Lutheran Westland) F 5:12 Shawn Hanton (Elmwood Park)

132 – Jacob Pizarro (Rickover) F 3:50 Anthony Kawod (Lutheran Westland)

138 – Aiden Miller (Lutheran Westland) F 4:52 Alex Tappan (Seaholm)

144 – Micah Spinazzola (Peotone) F 3:05 George McShane (Northridge Prep)

150 – Connor Pasch (Peotone) F 3:18 Jeffrey McGuire (Lutheran Westland)

157 – Kurt Wagner (Peotone) MD 12-2 Andrew Fowler (Nazareth)

165 – Ian Kreske (Peotone) D 7-4 Jon Suter (Northridge Prep)

175 – Adam Haddad (Northridge) TF 21-5 Jacob Scott (Mather)

190 – Scott Creviston (Nazareth) D 6-1 Luca DeSanto (Seaholm)

215 – Aydan Radke (Streator) F 3:09 Jaxien Jervis-Orr (Mather)

285 – Rafael Castrejo-Tello (Westmont) F 2:08 Joe Weissenburger (Living Word)

Final team scores: 1. Peotone (166) 2. Lutheran Westland, MI (161.5) 3. Birmingham Seaholm, MI 4. Northridge Prep (131.5) 5. Rickover Naval Academy (125.5) 6. Streator (118) 7. Mather (116) 8. Nazareth Academy (113) 9. Living Word Lutheran (109) 10. Amundsen (92) 11. Westmont (87) 12. Elmwood Park (74) 13. Lutheran Northwest, MI (65) 14. Ridgewood (52) 15. Walther Christian (47) 16. Harvest Christian (13) 17. Chicago Academy (0).

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