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Meet the 2023-24 Aurora-Elgin Wrestling All-Area Team


Strong programs such as Marmion and St. People from St. Charles East highlight the first team selections from the entire area team.

Men’s First Team

Ben AlvarezYorkville, senior, 215 pounds: He finished third in Class 3A. The Reinforced Foxes will finish second in the dual team meet. Twice the entire area. I was sent to Harvard for football.

jayden colonSt. Charles East, senior, 144: He captured his second straight Class 3A state championship and third overall. The Illinois soldiers won 44-5. Won conference, sectional and sectional championships.

Okay DavinoSt. Charles East, senior, 132: The Ohio State recruit ends his career as one of the most successful wrestlers in state history. He went 54-0 and won his fourth straight state championship.

Ty EdwardsYorkville Christian, senior, 132: Defeat defending state champion Gauge Shipp for the Class 2A state title. It ended 48-2. Repeat all area selection. Affiliated with Gardner-Webb.

Joey FaviaMarmion, sophomore, 215: He came up short in his quest for a state title, losing in overtime in Class 3A. He finished 37-7, winning the sectional and sectional championships.

Ino GarciaBatavia, senior, 120: We placed third in Class 3A. He earned his third career medal at the state meet. They finished 28-6 and also won the conference, sectional and region championships.

Nicholas GarciaMarmion, sophomore, 113: He dropped defending state champion Dom Munaretto for the Class 3A state title. We finished 47-5. Won conference, regional and sectional titles.

Tyler GuerraSt. Charles East, senior, 138: The injury derailed his attempt at a third straight state medal. The Indiana soldiers won 46-2. Repeat the entire area. He also won conference, sectional and sectional championships.

Aidan HuckBatavia, senior, 144: He finished fourth in Class 3A. It went 43-7. Won conference, sectional and sectional championships.

Dom MunarettoSt. Charles East, freshman, 106: He finished second at state behind Marmion’s Nicholas Garcia with a score of 50-3. Repeat the entire area. Won conference, regional and sectional titles.

Noah QuintanaWest Aurora, senior, 157: The two-time state qualifier finished fourth in Class 3A. With a score of 31-8, he increased his career record to 108-22. He also won the regional championship.

Kamron SchoolKaneland, senior, 120: They won their first 44 games this season, finishing fifth in Class 2A. It ended with a record of 48-3. Guaranteed conference and regional championships.

Dominic SerioWest Aurora, young, 150: He overcame his knee injury to finish fourth in Class 3A. He won the regional championship and advanced to the regional finals with a 33-4 record.

Zach StewartMarmion, sophomore, 138: He defeated Lockport sophomore Justin Wardlow in the Class 3A state championship match. He finished 30-8 and also won the regional championship.

Yorkville Christian’s Ty Edwards attempts to knock off Galesburg’s Gauge Shipp in the 132-pound title match of the Class 2A individual state meet on Saturday, Feb. 17, 2024, at the State Farm Center in Champaign. (Vincent D. Johnson / Southtown Daily)

Girls First Team

Yamilet AguirreYorkville, senior, 125: He won his third state medal by placing fourth. It was completed with a score of 28-3. He also won the regional championship. Selection of entire area twice.

Angelina GochisKaneland, freshman, 105: Precocious talent shows grit, toughness and skill in winning state championships. We finished 47-5. He also won sectional and regional championships.

Sydney PerryBatavia, senior, 145: He went undefeated for the third straight season by winning the state championship, this time with a 41-0 record. She has been undefeated against her female opponents for four years.

Kameyah YoungWest Aurora, sophomore, 100: We lost the heartbreaker 1-0 in the state championship game. The East Aurora transfer went 32-4 and earned her second straight medal at the state meet.

Angelina Gochis of Kaneland holds the leg of Huntley's Janiah Slaughter during their 105-pound girls wrestling championship match on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024, at Grossinger Motors Arena in Bloomington.  (Vincent D. Johnson/Daily Southtown)
Kaneland’s Angelina Gochis, right, holds the leg of Huntley’s Janiah Slaughter during the 105-pound championship match of the girls wrestling state meet on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024, at Grossinger Motors Arena in Bloomington. (Vincent D. Johnson / Daily Southtown) )

Honorary Award

Demetrios CarreraSouth Elgin, sophomore, 120; CooperCorderSandwich, freshman, 138; Miles CorderSandwich, senior, 144; Emma EnglishBartlett, young, 110; Lily EnosBatavia, sophomore, 100; jack fergusonYorkville, young, 150; Alex GochisKaneland, sophomore, 126; Anthony GutierrezSt. Charles East, young, 165; Aiden LarsenYorkville Christian, youth, 113; Peyton MarzenGeneva, senior, 157; Brody MurraySt. Charles East, senior, 175; Joe PettitGeneva, young, 215; Ionnica RiveraWest Aurora, senior, 155; Dayne SerioWest Aurora, sophomore, 165; Asher SheldonBatavia, young, 215; Ashlyn StrenzSandwich, senior, 110; Arnold WalkerEast Aurora, senior, 215; Luke ZookYorkville, young, 175.

Patrick Z. McGavin is a freelance reporter for The Beacon-News.


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