PREP WRESTLING: All-state prep wrestling teams named

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The Idaho Wrestler all-state wrestling team was announced recently by

This year’s all-state team was selected primarily by the Hall of Fame selection committee (coaches, active and retired, who select the wrestlers for the annual Hall of Fame dual).

2017-18 Idaho Wrestler All-State Team

98 pounds

First Team: Kolton Stacey, Shelley

Second Team: Roddy Romero, Post Falls

Second Team: Jorsh Ronquillo, Pocatello


First Team: Kase Mauger, Twin Falls

Second Team: Alex Edelblute, Lakeland

Second Team: Michael Mitchelle, Kuna


First Team: Sam Edelblute, Lakeland

Second Team: Isaac Jessen, Post Falls

Second Team: Cade Hernandez, Meridian


First Team: Darrick Stacey, Shelley (Wrestler of the Year)

Second Team: Jordan Grimm, Post Falls

Second Team: Kade Lincoln, Skyline


First Team: Ridge Lovett, Post Falls

Second Team: Jake Kesl, Salmon

Second Team: William Edelblute, Lakeland


First Team: Caleb Call, Shelley

Second Team: AJ De La Rosa, Post Falls

Second Team: Angel Rios, Columbia


First Team: Joe Rice, New Plymouth

Second Team: Monte Zufelt, Emmett

Second Team: Konnor Cordingley, Highland


First Team: Christian Hudson, Caldwell

Second Team: Larry Johnson, Lakeland

Second Team: Kekana Fouret, Columbia


First Team: Ezekial Williamson, Jerome

Second Team: Brian Borden, Minico

Second Team: Tyler Morris, Post Falls


First Team: Brayden Huber, Post Falls

Second Team: Anthony Rawson, Minico

Second Team: Devin Smith, Madison


First Team: Sawyer Hobbs, South Fremont

Second Team: Pete Bradshaw, Challis

Second Team: Austin Ford, Bonneville


First Team: Jonathon Fagan, Fruitland

Second Team: Ben Seamons, Preston

Second Team: Hayes Neukom, Meridian


First Team: Abe Turpen, Capital

Second Team: Michael Cox, Columbia

Second Team: Jason Gissel, Fruitland


First Team: Nathan Sargent, Blackfoot

Second Team: Chad LaRose, Teton

Second Team: Tyrel Clark, Madison


First Team: George Barrera, Borah

Second Team: Jake McGinnis, Gooding

Second Team: Kenneth Copley, Sugar Salem

Coach of the Year: Rob Edelblute, Lakeland

Team of the Year: Post Falls

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