Wrestling: 2015-2016 Cheers and LoCoSports All-LoCo Team Selected



Loudoun Valley High School senior Cade Kiely is the 2015-2016 Cheers and LoCoSports All-LoCo Wrestler of the Year! Photo by Kaitlyn Mason.

(February 24, 2016) – Cheers and LoCoSports have named their 2015-2016 All-LoCo wrestling team. The 2015-2016 Wrestler of the Year is Cade Kiely from Loudoun Valley High School. The Coach of the Year is JJ Totaro of Broad Run High School.

The All-LoCo wrestling first team photo shoot will be held on April 3 at 11:15 a.m. at Cheers Sports’ new location! Please RSVP to The Owl at locosportsnews@gmail or by direct message on Twitter at @LoCoSports by March 18.

FAQs about the photo shoot can be found here!

Each first team selection will receive an All-LoCo t-shirt at the event. When you RSVP to the event, please let the Owl know your shirt size!

Cheers Banner Nov 2015All-LoCo 2015-2016 Wrestling First Team
106-pound Jarrett Tardiff SO Woodgrove
113-pound Spencer Reed SR Tuscarora
120-pound Sean Crumbliss SO Freedom
126-pound Spencer Hurrell SR Potomac Falls
132-pound Nick Taylor JR Broad Run
138-pound Ron Miller SO Briar Woods
145-pound Arsam Jafaryzad JR Stone Bridge
152-pound Cade Kiely SR Loudoun Valley
160-pound Andrew Andrade SR John Champe
170-pound Garret Moody SR Freedom
182-pound Brandon Steel SR Broad Run
195-pound Zach David SO Loudoun Valley
220-pound Jonathan Birchmeier FR Broad Run
285-pound Enes Karaaslan SR Freedom
At-Large Elijah Boldin JR John Champe

All-LoCo 2015-2016 Wrestling Honorable Mention
Owen Bolyard (Potomac Falls), Jose Bonilla (Dominion), Kyle Branch (Woodgrove), Hunter Hall (Freedom), Cameron Jackson (Broad Run), Devyn Kreb (John Champe), Sam Lausten (Stone Bridge), Trevor LeMaster (Freedom), Emmanuel Mugoya (John Champe), Najim Murshidi (Briar Woods), Griffin Oberg (Rock Ridge), Jack Scalio (Loudoun County), Derek Shockey (Woodgrove), Zach Stanley (Woodgrove)


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    • While the state championships play a major role in the selection process, these sports take place over a period of months, so the state championships are, for good reason, not the only factor.

      The process basically includes our staff pouring over results, coaches’ testimonies, and first-hand accounts for weeks to make our determinations, and while we acknowledge there is a certain subjectivity in our decision making, we stand by our decisions.

      I hope this helps! Let us know if you have any other questions. -OG