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Archer earns All-American status at national tourneys

    • Apr 18, 2024 Updated 19 hrs ago
Alyssa Archer

Franklin County's Alyssa Archer displays her medals and certificates after competing in the Adidas Nationals Saturday in Independence, Missouri. Archer finished third in the girls 94.3-104.2-pound folkstyle bracket and fourth in the 98.7-106-pound freestyle division to earn All-American status in both disciplines.

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Franklin County wrestler Alyssa Archer recently competed in multiple national tournaments and came away with All-American honors in each one.

Archer, a Huntland senior who wrestles for the Franklin County High School team, traveled to Des Moines, Iowa, as part of Clarksville’s Mayhem wrestling team to compete in the Twin Rivers National Duals from April 6-7.

Wrestlers had to avoid losing more than three matches to receive individual All-American recognition at the team event with Archer making the grade with an overall record of 6-2 for the weekend.

Archer’s accolades for the tournament included six pinfall victories in the girls 100-pound division while her two losses for the weekend also came on pins.

She wrestled as part of the Mayhem Black team in the All-Star division with the team going 2-3 in pool play.

Mayhem Black picked up group victories over the Missouri Maulers by a score of 48-30 and Charlie’s Angels Pink by a 57-24 margin, but lost to the Oklahoma Super Girls, the Fightin’ Chicks and Sebolt by respective scores of 66-17, 46-33 and 58-21.

For her part, Archer went 3-2 during her pool matches as she beat Missouri’s Dallys Shaffer in 1:51, Charlie’s Angels’ Justice Milligan in 4:13 and the Fightin’ Chick’s Averie Brehm in 2:16 via pinfall, but she was pinned in turn by Oklahoma’s Dakota Harris in 4:42 and Sebolt’s Kara VeDepo in 1:49.

The 2-3 team record placed Mayhem Black in the All-Star Bronze bracket where the team beat the Iowa DC Elite by a score of 45-36 before falling to Charlie’s Angels Black 46-29 in the semifinals. Mayhem Black ended the weekend on a high note by beating the Missouri Maulers 48-30 in the consolation match to finish third in the bracket





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Chattanooga-Area Dominates 2024 TSWA All-State Wrestling Squads

56 Grapplers From Area Are Named for Honors

  • Saturday, April 20, 2024
  • Staff Report

The Chattanooga-area dominated the 2024 Tennessee Sports Writers All-State Wrestling Teams with a total of 56 athletes named to the different class teams.

For the boys in Division I, Soddy Daisy led in Class A with 10 honorees, followed by Signal Mountain with four. In Class AA, Cleveland had eight selectees.

In Division II, McCallie led with 11 named, with Baylor close behind with 10. Boyd Buchanan had four honorees.

Cleveland led the girls with six named to the team.




Class A


Luke Myhan, Soddy Daisy, Fr.

Dalton Lopez, Millington Central, Jr.

Luke Higdon, Signal Mountain, So.

Deter Thompson, David Crockett, Fr.



Samuel Comes, Seymour, So.

Ayden Jenkins, Soddy Daisy, Fr.

Nathaniel Graham, Station Camp, So.

Derrick Bolden, Millington Central, Fr.



JoJo Uhorchuk, Signal Mountain, So.

Tyson Flavin, Soddy Daisy, So.

Gunnar Tompkins, Watertown, Fr.

Logan Bridges, Munford, Jr.



Carson Dupill, Greeneville, Jr.

Landon Turner, Harpeth, Sr.

Charles Duncan, Soddy Daisy, Jr.

Ezra Finstad, Gibbs, Jr.



Ethan Uhorchuk, Signal Mountain, Jr.

Andres Hamilton, Tullahoma, Sr.

Max Minor, Tennessee High, So.

Brody Ford, Gibbs, Jr.



Andrew Lewis, Soddy Daisy, Sr.

Riley Napier, Heritage, Sr.

Vayden Moore, Cascade, Jr.

Jacob Pennington, Eagleville, Sr.



Caiden Mears, Tullahoma, Sr.

Braylan Cosper, Soddy Daisy, So.

Max Cable, Pigeon Forge, Fr.

Reese Levendusky, Montgomery Central, Sr.



Brody McLemore, Eagleville, Sr.

Corbin Avans, Tullahoma, Fr.

Ayden Hood, Pigeon Forge, So.

Sam Frank, Fairview, Sr.



Elijah Turner, Soddy Daisy, Sr.

Dylan Davenport, Sycamore, Sr.

Kaden Weitzel, Livingston Academy, So.

Thomas Solomon, Eagleville, So.



Deameion Leavell, Clinton, So.

Wyatt Howard, Pigeon Forge, Jr.

Quenston Davis, Munford, Jr.

Nikolas Taylor, White House Heritage, Sr.



Jackson Davis, Signal Mountain, Jr.

Logan Rawlinson, Soddy Daisy, So.

Jaden Jones, Pigeon Forge, Sr.

Calvin Rickard, Station Camp, Sr.



Connor Avans, Tullahoma, Sr.

Isaac Chapa, Cascade, Sr.

Houston Rettig, Eagleville, So.

Nathan Wade, Soddy Daisy, Jr.



Rob Atwood, Trousdale County, Sr.

John Geist, Livingston Academy, Sr.

Tyson Click, Samuel Everett, So.

Landon Morris, Cheatham County, Sr.



Jonathan Davis, Soddy Daisy, Jr.

Cristopher Flockhart, Cocke County, Sr.

Malik Bolling, East Nashville, Sr.

Andrew Grove, Creek Wood, Sr.


Class AA


Jose Cordero, Cleveland, So.

Andrew Workman, Blackman, Fr.

Ryan Dietrick, Ravenwood, Fr.

Nolan Barton, Nolensville, So.



Chase Walker, Cleveland, Jr.

Sebron Colson, Blackman, Sr.

Brock Connatser, Hardin Valley, Jr.

Blaise Masi, Summit, So.



Mason Jakob, Dobyns Bennett, So.

Chase Smalling, Science Hill, So.

Kyle Nielsen, Spring Hill, So.

Colby Baltz, Germantown Houston, Sr.



Hunter Heflin, Arlington, Sr.

Zach Bosken, Cleveland, Jr.

Chase Creque, Siegel, Jr.

Derek Winseman, Dobyns Bennett, Fr.



Jarvis Little, Summit, Sr.

Andrew Donelson, Brentwood, Sr.

Aslan Nadeau, Blackman, So.

Daniel Halcomb, Maryville, Sr.



Thomas Rubio, Blackman, So.

Arash Yazdani, Brentwood, Sr.

Ace Robinson, Rhea County, Jr.

Damen Pullen, Collierville, Sr.



Landon Desselle, Summit, Sr.

Riddeck Romano, Independence, Jr.

Ty Hutchens, West Creek, So.

Max Landrum, Rossview, Sr.



Brayden Leach, Summitt, Jr.

Harlen Hunley, Knox Halls, Jr.

Clark Vaughn, Brentwood, Sr.

Jacob Barlow, Coffee County, Sr.



Cy Fowler, Cleveland, Jr.

Zachery Little, Summit, So.

Barrett Whaley, Knox Halls, So.

Blaise Meeks, Blackman, Jr.



Logan Fowler, Cleveland, Sr.

Chase Mayes, Nolensville, Jr.

Jayden McKinney, Summit, Jr.

Alex Osburn, Ravenwood, Jr.



Tre McTorry, Nolensville, Fr.

Jake Stacey, Green Hill, Sr.

Standford Thompson, West Creek, Jr.

Henry Williams, Clarksville Northwest, Sr.



Lucas Szymborski, Cleveland, Jr.

Spencer Kon, Independence, Sr.

Brennen Neal, Nolensville, Sr.

Ashton Boswell, Cordova, Jr.



Logan McBee, Shelbyville Central, Sr.

Garrett Crowder, Dobyns Bennett, Sr.

Gabe Moore, Cleveland, So.

Jake Sentell, Nolensville, Fr.



Tyson Russell, Cleveland, Jr.

Peters Savarino, Summit, Jr.

Jackson Ard, Brentwood, Jr.

Jeremiah Townsend, Walker Valley, Jr.


Division II


Jaxon Lane, McCallie School, 8th grade

Tanner Tran, Father Ryan, So.

Cash Waymire, Brentwood Academy, So.

Joseph Drewry, Christian Brothers, Fr.



Jacob Bond, Baylor School, Jr.

Nolan Hardeman, Boyd Buchanan, So.

Axel Ritchie, McCallie School, So.

Aidan Hare, Father Ryan, Fr.



Joseph Calvin, Father Ryan, Sr.

Bo Dominguez, Brentwood Academy, Fr.

Luke Johns, Montgomery Bell Academy, So.

Brody Connell, McCallie School, So.



Brody Gobbell, Father Ryan, Jr.

William Phillips, Baylor School, So.

Cole Gumlick, Lakeway Christian, Jr.

Cainan Williams, McCallie School, 8th grade



Casen Roark, Father Ryan, Jr.

Spencer Reep, Lakeway Christian, Sr.

Dylan Villers, McCallie School, 8th grade

Chase Hart, Baylor School, Jr.



Ethan Lampert, Father Ryan, Jr.

Malachi Puckett, Baylor School, Fr.

Cooper Ledbetter, McCallie School, 8th grade

Robert Hutton, Christian Brothers, Sr.



Titus Norman, Baylor School, So.

Tyson Wolcott, Friendship Christian, Sr.

Zaydan Morgan, McCallie School, Fr.

Mason Butler, Christian Brothers, Jr.



Chancery Deane, Father Ryan, Jr.

Jerry Payne, Boyd Buchanan, Sr.

William Emendorfer, Baylor School, So.

Findley Smout, Christian Brothers, So.



Hunter Sturgill, Baylor School, Jr.

Austyn Johnson, Boyd Buchanan, Sr.

Jackson Turner, Chattanooga Christian, Jr.

Cannon Voiles, McCallie School, Fr.



Maximus Norman, Baylor School, Jr.

James Cross, McCallie School, Sr.

Sawyer Rutherford, Father Ryan, Jr.

Taylor Wimsatt, Brentwood Academy, Sr.



Drake Bowers, Christian Brothers, Sr.

Kaiden Bates, Boyd Buchanan, Sr.

Brody Casto, Lakeway Christian, Jr.

Brody Belville, Brentwood Academy, So.



Jay Eversole, Lakeway Christian, Jr.

Ja`Von McMahan, McCallie School, Sr.

Elias Franks, Montgomery Bell Academy, Jr.

Jonah Bumgarner, Chattanooga Christian, Jr.



Ryder Smith, Chattanooga Christian, So.

Cooper Gentle, McCallie School, So.

Jeremiah Rhames, Battle Ground Academy, Sr.

Beau Koogler, Franklin Road Academy, Sr.



Carson Gentle, McCallie School, Sr.

Bobby Council, Franklin Road Academy, Sr.

Austin Williams, Christian Brothers, Jr.

Samuel Rose, Baylor School, Sr.




Ryleigh Sturgill, Baylor School, Fr.

Vivian Mariscal, Nashville Overton, Sr.

Cora Finstad, Gibbs, Fr.

Evangeline Monge, Centennial, Fr.



Jaden Evans, York Institute, Jr.

Payton Agnell, Tullahoma, Sr.

Makya Parker, Cleveland, Sr.

Mikiah Souza, Springfield, Sr.



Melanie Val, St. Andrew’s-Sewanee, Sr.

Senna Grassman, Cleveland, So.

Shyanne Michalski, Clarksville Northwest, Sr.

Abigail Page, White House Heritage, Sr.



Nataleigh Shane, Bradley Central, So.

Lexi Dean, West Creek, Fr.

Ava Johnson, Clarksville, Fr.

Mya Bundy, Mt. Juliet, Fr.



Jes’Onia Barefield, West Creek, Jr.

Abigail Vanderheyden, Siegel, Sr.

Delaney Nichols, Gibbs, Jr.

Gabriella Salinas-Rincon, Bradley Central, Sr.



Halai Cox, McGavock, Jr.

Sophia Satterfield, Knox Halls, Jr.

Eleasa Renken, West Creek, Jr.

Emery Wilson, Ravenwood, Fr.



Mariana Bowen, West Creek, So.

Delilah Queen, Knox Catholic, Fr.

Brooklyn Whiteside, Clarksville, Sr.

Jocelyn Kolozsy, Montgomery Central, Jr.



Audrey Levendusky, Montgomery Central, So.

Sally Johnson, Clarksville Northwest, So.

Trinity Roberts, Heritage, So.

Adelyn Vanoy, Cleveland, Jr.



Kricket Jones, Knox Karns, Sr.

Sawyer Ward, Science Hill, So.

Janiya Johnson, Kirkwood, Fr.

Bella Harris, Cleveland, Sr.



Piper Fowler, Cleveland, Jr.

Rebecca Deyo, Knox Catholic, Sr.

Cearyona O’Connor, Montgomery Central, Sr.

Danika Mealer, Forrest, So.



Ella Murphey, Hardin Valley, Sr.

Carter Grissom, Riverdale, Sr.

Diamond Young, Cleveland, Sr.

Lakeria Kelly, Pearl-Cohn, Fr.



Madelin Zunun, Cleveland, Jr.

Shaniayha Wysinger, Clarksville, Sr.

Samantha O`Leary, Summit, So.

Macy Greenlee, West Greene, Sr.


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