CORALVILLE — Welcome to Day Two of the 2022 Iowa girls state wrestling championships.
Saturday's action includes Session II, which started at 10 a.m. and features the quarterfinals, semifinals and wrestleback matches, and Session III, which begins at 5 p.m. and includes the finals and medal matches.
We'll have live updates and analysis throughout both sessions, so be sure to check back often. Be sure to also follow wrestling writer Cody Goodwin on Twitter for more live updates as the tournament unfolds.
Team Scores heading into tonight's Finals
1. Waverly-Shell Rock, 201
2. Colfax-Mingo, 153
3. Osage, 135
4. Bettendorf, 123
5. Decorah, 118
T6. Lewis Central, 108
T6. Spencer, 108
8. Charles City, 107
9. Mid-Prairie, 96
10. Vinton-Shellsburg, 86
Finals at 5 p.m. 🔥 #iahswr
— Cody Goodwin (@codygoodwin) January 22, 2022
Iowa high school girls state wrestling championship matches
There are 27 different schools represented in the finals. Waverly-Shell Rock leads all teams with 3 finalists. Osage has 2. Every other school has just one.
Broken down by age:
Here are the matchups:
Jillian Worthen (Union) vs. Gable Hemann (Osage)
A pair of freshman who both ripped through their sides of the bracket — Worthen recorded three pins, Hemann recorded two pins and used a third-period reversal to beat Saint Ansgar's Mariah Michels in the semifinals.
Molly Allen (Underwood) vs. Hannah Davis (Council Bluffs Lincoln)
A freshman-senior matchup here. "Miss Molly" Allen, a freshman, went pin, technical fall, pin, pin to reach the finals. Davis outscored her four opponents 23-1 to reach the finals.
Reanah Utterback (Sigourney-Keota) vs. Jalynn Goodale (Osage)
Utterback is yet another talented freshman, using four first-period pins to reach the finals — and three of them were in under a minute. Goodale became Osage's second finalist with a third-period pin over Southwest Valley's Adyson Lundquist, a returning state finalist. Lundquist led 4-3 entering the third, then Goodale scored a reversal and locked up the fall in 4:56.
Eva Diaz (Waverly-Shell Rock) vs. Jasmine Luedtke (Ottumwa)
Diaz has recorded four first-period pins, her latest a 71-second fall over North Cedar's Adison Musser, a returning finalist, in the semifinals. Luedtke, who qualified for the boys state tournament last year, muscled out a 4-2 win over Pleasant Valley's Caitlin Reiter thanks to takedowns in the first and third periods.
Hannah Rogers (Wilton) vs. Maddie Black (Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont)
Rogers was one of four wrestlers to upset a No. 1 seed in the semifinal round. She beat Colfax-Mingo's Mariah Webster, 6-4, thanks to takedowns in the first and second periods. Maddie Black, Megan Black's younger sister, has recorded four pins to reach the finals.
Ella Schmit (Bettendorf) vs. Rylee Vercande (Williamsburg)
Schmit is in the finals for the fourth-straight year and will be wrestling for her third-straight title after record four first-period pins. Vercande pulled an upset over Lewis Central's Sophie Barnes, the 2-seed, winning 5-2 after two takedowns in the third period.
Macy Smith (Waverly-Shell Rock) vs. Lilly Luft (Charles City)
A rematch from the regular season, where Smith won, 3-1. Smith is one of three Go-Hawk wrestlers to make the finals, and she pinned her way there. Luft scored two takedowns for a 7-0 win over North Cedar's Ashlynn Miller, a four-time girls state medalist, in the semifinals.
Alexis Ross (Fort Dodge) vs. Sarah Lewis (Centerville)
Ross hasn't allowed a point yet this weekend, scoring three pins and a 9-0 major decision over Center Point-Urbana's Moorea Brown to reach the finals for the second-straight year. Lewis is the younger sister of Matthew Lewis, a four-time Class 2A state champ for Centerville.
Annika Behrends (Waverly-Shell Rock) vs. Emma Peach (Iowa Valley)
Behrends, like Schmit, is back in the finals for the fourth consecutive year and will be wrestling for a third state title. Peach is the younger sister of Millie Peach, a three-time girls state wrestling champion.
Tatum Wolford (Wapello) vs. Alana Duggan (Dubuque Wahlert)
Wolford went pin, pin, technical fall, pin to reach the finals as the 4-seed. Duggan, the 2-seed, used a big first period to beat Lewis Central's Espie Almazan, 8-3, in the other semifinal.
Aine Moffit (Pleasant Valley) vs. Izzy Deeds (Ridge View)
Moffit took down top-seeded Keeley Kehrli of East Buchanan, 3-0 on an escape and takedown in the third period. Deeds pinned past champ Jannell Avila in the third period, her fifth fall in as many matches this weekend.
Naomi Simon (Decorah) vs. Bella Porcelli (Southeast Polk)
Simon is 4-0 with four pins this weekend and will wrestle for a second state title in as many years. Porcelli scored two takedowns for a 6-1 win over Clayton Ridge's Samantha Spielbauer, a returning state champ, to make the finals for the first time.
Mackenzie Arends (Nevada) vs. Jana Terwee (West Lyon)
Arends, a freshman, scored a third-period takedown for a thrilling 2-1 win over Independence's Rachel Eddy, a returning state champ, two-time finalist, and the 1-seed here this weekend. Terwee scored takedowns in the first and second period for a 5-3 win over Ankeny Centennial's Grace Gray.
Jocelyn Buffum (Missouri Valley) vs. Savannah Sistad (Creston)
Buffum, another freshman, also stunned a 1-seed, scoring a third-period reversal and ultimately pinning East Buchanan's Alyson Krum. Sistad upset the 3-seed in the first round on Friday and then rolled up two pins on Saturday to make the final.
Olivia Huckfelt (Spencer) vs. Rylee Coyle (Humboldt)
Huckfelt is back in the finals after finishing second last year. She recorded two quick pins to advance. Coyle also recorded two pins to make the championship match.
Cody Goodwin covers wrestling and high school sports for the Des Moines Register. Follow him on Twitter at @codygoodwin.
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