Dane Steel And Kolten Powers Of Sheridan HS Wrestling Win All-American Status In 2022

Kevin Koile - Sheridan Media

The high school wrestling season is not necessarily over after the state meet.

Six Sheridan wrestlers competed at the National High School Athletic Coaches Association (NHSACA) folk style wrestling national championship tournament in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Wrestlers compete against other wrestlers within their grade level (freshmen vs. freshmen, sophomores vs. sophomores, etc…), in an effort to place in the top 8, which wins them All-American status.

Congrats to Sheridan HS wrestlers Dane Steel and Kolten Powers for winning All-American status, after placing in the top 8 of their respective weight class and grade level.

Steel was 5th in the sophomore 145 pound weight class.

He had a record of 5-2 on the weekend, making it to the championship semi-finals, before dropping to the consolation bracket.

Steel in the Wyoming 4A 152 pound state champ, and was the only sophomore on team Wyoming to place in the top 8.

Powers was 4th in the junior 113 pound weight class.

He had a record of 4-2 on the weekend, and also made it to the championship semi-finals, before dropping to the consolation bracket.

Powers is the Wyoming 4A 120 pound state runner up.

Other Sheridan HS wrestlers that competed in Virginia Beach include:

Kelten Crow – Freshman 138 pounds

Nahir Aguirre – Sophomore 152 pounds

Terran Grooms – Sophomore 152 pounds

Aiden Selcher – Junior 195 pounds

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