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No. 6 Justin McCoy Replacing No. 1 Will Lewan At WNO

As previously announced, No. 1-ranked cadet world champion Will Lewan was unable to recover from an injury he suffered at the World Championships, forcing him to withdraw from his Who's #1 match against No. 2 Brayton Lee on Oct. 8 in Bethlehem, PA.

Now, No. 6-ranked Justin McCoy will take Lewan's place. McCoy won a Pennsylvania state title last year, and earned All-America status in Fargo this past summer, as well. The Virginia commit is currently ranked 64th on the Class of 2018 Big Board.

WHO'S #1 MATCH ORDER
113: No. 1 Malik Heinselman (CO) vs. No. 2 Kurt McHenry (MD)
120: No. 1 Robert Howard (NJ) vs. No. 4 Pat McKee (MN)
170: No. 1 Trent Hidlay (PA) vs No. 2 Julian Ramirez (FL)
152: No. 2 Brayton Lee (IN) vs No. 6 Justin McCoy (PA)
126: No. 2 Gavin Teasdale (PA) vs No. 3 Pat Glory (NJ)
132: No. 1 Roman Bravo-Young (AZ) vs. No. 2 Joey Silva (FL)
160: No. 1 David Carr (OH) vs. No. 2 Joe Lee (IN)
138: No. 1 Jacori Teemer (NY) vs No. 2 Mitch Moore (OH)
125: No. 1 Gracie Figueroa (CA) vs. No. 1 Macey Kilty (WI)
195: No. 1 Micheal Beard (PA) vs. No. 2 Gavin Hoffman (PA)
145: No.1 Anthony Artalona (FL) vs. No. 2 Sammy Sasso (PA)


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