Complete 2019 Walsh Ironman Team List Announced

The toughest in season tournament in high school wrestling is the Walsh Jesuit Ironman, and we've got the full team list for the 26th edition of the event.

The top eight teams return from the 2018 tournament, which are listed below in order of the number of wrestlers they are bringing. If a team did not compete at last year's Ironman, they are listed as new.

2019 Walsh Ironman Team List

WrestlersSchoolState2018 Finish
FullBlair AcademyNJ1st
FullWyoming SeminaryPA2nd
FullBethlehem CatholicPA3rd
FullCincinnati La SalleOH4th
FullLake Highland PrepFL5th
FullSt. Edward HSOH6th
FullParkersburg SouthWV7th
FullMontini CatholicIL8th
FullElyriaOH10th
FullOlentangy LibertyOH13th
FullMarmion AcademyIL17th
FullMount CarmelIL18th
FullNotre Dame Green PondPA18th
FullPark HillMO20th
FullBrecksville-Broadview HeightsOH21st
FullMount Saint JosephMD21st
FullReynoldsPA21st
FullSt. Paris GrahamOH26th
FullMcDonoghMD26th
FullWadsworthMD26th
FullSeneca ValleyPA30th
FullBroken ArrowOK35th
FullMalvern PrepPA36th
FullBeaver LocalOH43rd
FullMassillon PerryOH57th
FullEaston AreaPA63rd
FullSt. Vincent-St. MaryOH63rd
FullWalsh JesuitOH86th
FullBroomfieldCONEW
FullDublin CoffmanOHNEW
FullWaynesburg CentralPANEW
10Christian Brothers CollegeMO21st
10New KentVA51st
9AuroraOH25th
8St. Christopher'sVA29th
8Lake GibsonFL34th
7ChristiansburgVA42nd
7American Heritage Delray BeachFL45th
7CollinsvilleOK60th
7Legacy Christian HSOH83rd
6PonderosaCO31st
6Saint Joseph's Catholic AcademyPA33rd
6Cuyahoga Valley Christian AcademyOH37th
6Union CountyKY44th
6LouisvilleOH48th
6Lake NormanNC55th
6SmyrnaDENEW
5Marian CatholicIL31st
5ParkersburgWV60th
5Oak GlenWV63rd
5SteubenvilleOH63rd
5Kamehameha-KaapalamaHI70th
5MustangOKNEW
4Lake CatholicOH77th
4MasonOH79th
4Troy ChristianOH86th
4Bishop HartleyOHNEW
4ByersCONEW
4HauppaugeNYNEW
4Tampa PrepFLNEW
4Thornton Fractional NorthILNEW
3Genoa AreaOH39th
3CopleyOHNEW
3Germantown AcademyPANEW
3Grand JunctionCONEW
3HagertyFLNEW
3UniversityWANEW
3Pueblo EastCONEW
3WantaghNYNEW
3PerrysburgOHNEW
3St. John's CollegeDCNEW
3NorthwestNENEW
3IolaniHINEW
3Palmetto RidgeFLNEW
2Caesar RodneyDE67th
2FauquierVA67th
2AvonOHNEW
2Benedictine College PrepVANEW
2Bowling GreenOHNEW
2Box ElderUTNEW
2Millersburg West HolmsOHNEW
2St. IgnatiusOHNEW
2Tiffin ColumbianOHNEW
2FindlayOHNEW
2HillcrestSCNEW
2Iona PrepNYNEW
1PerryOH45th
1Kettering FairmontOH56th
1FrazierPA59th
1Corner CanyonUT60th
1MonarchCO71st
1LancasterOH81st
1ScottsbluffNE82nd
1AtleeVANEW
1BellevueWANEW
1BrunswickOHNEW
1Cardinal GibbonsNCNEW
1Chaminade JulienneOHNEW
1FirelandsOHNEW
1Georgetown PrepMDNEW
1GranvilleOHNEW
1HarrisonOHNEW
1La JuntaCONEW
1Lee-DavisVANEW
1MoanaluaHINEW
1MusselmanWVNEW
1North RoyaltonOHNEW
1NorthernNCNEW
1Rock BridgeMONEW
1SouthingtonCTNEW
1The Masters AcademyFLNEW
1TooeleUTNEW
1Stow-Munroe FallsOHNEW
1UrbanaMDNEW
1WestUTNEW
1Oscar SmithVANEW
1William A. HoughNCNEW
1Athens DriveNCNEW
1Castle ViewCONEW
1LadueMONEW
1Westerville SouthOHNEW


There are six wrestlers competing in Who's #1 who are slated to wrestle at Ironman: Victor Voinovich, Paddy Gallagher, Trevor Mastrogiovanni, Beau Bartlett, Travis Mastrogiovanni, Shayne Van Ness. Also among the list of entries right now is Cadet world champ Marc-Anthony McGowan.

Also in the field is past Super 32 champ Ryan Crookham, Cadet world medalist Jacob Kaminski, and Cadet world team members Tate Picklo and Lachlan McNeil. We'll dive a little deeper into the top flight individuals as we get closer to the event, but here are a few to know right away.

Returning Champs

  • Kyle Rowan
  • Trevor Mastrogiovanni (2x)
  • Shayne Van Ness
  • Braxton Amos (2x)
  • Beau Bartlett (2016)

Fargo Champs

  • Daniel Sheen
  • Jordan Williams
  • Nic Bouzakis
  • John Wiley
  • Travis Mastrogiovanni
  • TJ Stewart
  • Paddy Gallagher
  • Seth Shumate
  • Noah Pettigrew
  • Braxton Amos
  • Kolby Franklin

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