Vegas XXXIV Competition Champions

Vegas XXXIV – Over 400 Specialists from 40+ States & 3 Countries!

Vegas XXXIV (May 11-12, 2019)

Camp Champions / Finals Round Results

National Champions
Kicking – Gianni Smith (2020, CA)
Punting – Triston Brown (JC, CA)

Punting Head to Head Champions by Class
Class of 2022 – Daniel Holbrook (MD)
Class of 2021 – Brendan Segovia (CA)
Class of 2020 – Reis Vernon (OK)
Class of 2019 / Junior College / Transfer – Triston Brown

Saturday Competition Champions
Field Goal Last Man Standing Champions:
Group 1 (Classes of 2023, 2022 & 2021) – Henry Osmer (2021, WA)
Group 2 (Class of 2020) – Land Gebhard (2020, MS)
Group 4 (Class of 2020, 2019, JC & TR) – Isaac Riffle (2020, NC)

Punt Champions (Punters Only):
Consistency – Triston Brown (JC, CA)
Last Man Standing – Dylan Talkington (2020, CA)

Sunday Charting Results
Field Goal Champions:
Class of 2023 & 2022: James Bass (NV)
Class of 2021: Francisco Castillo (TX)
Class of 2020: Cameron Shirkey (OH), Daniel Yoon (WA) & Nick Hill (CA)
Class of 2019/JC/TR: Gabriel Dunkle (CA) & Sergio Listo (OH)

Kickoff Champions:
Class of 2022: Carter Brown (TX) & Chase Meyer (CA)
Class of 2021: Andres Borregales (FL)
Class of 2020: Evan Warren (MD)
Class of 2019/JC/TR: Kyle Sentkowski (WA)

Punt Champions:
Class of 2022: Trey Baslbaugh (NV)
Class of 2021: Marshall Nichols (GA)
Class of 2020: Everett Ornstein (TX)
Class of 2019/JC/TR: Jackson Foster (CA)

Sunday Finals Round Results
Playoff Qualifiers: (selected by Chris Sailer Kicking Staff based on the results of the entire weekend)

Class of 2022: Trey Balsbaugh, Daniel Holbrook, Carter Brown & Joshua Leff

Class of 2021: Bert Auburn, Cooper Allan, Adam Babb, Daniel Bethel, Josh Bryan, Jake Marion, Marshall Nichols, Brenden Segovia, Zane Smith, Andres Borregales.

Class of 2020: Reis Vernon, Connor Hunt, Ben D’Aquilla, Edward Dellinger, Quinn Maretzki, Ethan DeLisle, Keola Downing, Lucas Dunker, Evanston Garneau, Fabien Guillen, Dante Jackson, John Hoyland, CeJ Jones, Race Mahlum, Michael McCallister, Hayden Olsen, Brett Money, Tanner Niklas, Riley Nuzzo, Everett Ornstein, Carson Roberts, Isaac Riffle, Dylan Talkington, Conor Wallace.

Class of 2019/JC/TR: Triston Brown, Jonathan Borashan, Conor Calvert, Jackson Foster, JP Rybus, Kyle Sentkowski, Matt Ganyard, Austin Couture.

FINALS ROUND Punting Results – Head to Head

Class of 2022
Daniel Holbrook defeats Carter Brown & Joshua Leff

Class of 2021Quarterfinals:
Daniel Bethel defeats Bert Auburn
Cooper Allan defeats Marshall Nichols
Brenden Segovia defeats Jake Marion
Andres Borregales defeats Zane Smith

Semi-Finals:
Daniel Bethel defeats Cooper Allan
Brenden Segovia defeats Andres Borregales

Finals:
Brenden Segovia defeats Daniel Bethel

Class of 2020
Quarterfinals:
Fabien Guillen defeats Quinn Maretzki
Conor Hunt defeats Hayden Olsen
Carson Roberts defeats Everett Ornstein
Reis Vernon defeats Evanston Garneau

Semi-Finals:
Conor Hunt defeats Fabien Guillen
Reis Vernon defeats Carson Roberts

Class of 2019/JC/TR
Semi-Final:
Triston Brown defeats Austin Couture
Jackson Foster defeats JP Rybus

Finals:
Triston Brown defeats Jackson Foster

FINAL 4 (One Champion Per Class)
Semi-Final:
Triston Brown defeats Daniel Holbrook
Reis Vernon defeats Brenden Segovia

National Championship
Triston Brown defeats Reis Vernon

FINALS ROUND Field Goal Results
Head to Head (24 players advanced to the FINALS)

Round 1:
Tabor Allen defeats Skyler Wilson
Josh Bryan defeats Damian Ramos
Brayden Blevins defeats Gabriel Dunkle & Listo
Dylan Hamika defeats Caden Costa

Round of 2:
Tabor Allen defeats Cameron Shirkey
Andres Borregales defeats Connor Cross
Josh Bryan defeats Evan Warren
Gianni Smith defeats Francisco Castillo
Daniel Yoon defeats Brayden Blevins
Carson Zilmer defeats Reed Kieny
Dylan Hamika defeats Nick Hill
Nate Miskella defeats RJ Lopez

Round of 3:
Tabor Allen defeats Andres Borregales
Gianni Smith defeats Josh Bryan
Carson Zilmer defeats Daniel Yoon
Dylan Hamika defeats Nate Miskella

Semi-Finals:
Gianni Smith defeats Tabor Allen
Dylan Hamika defeats Carson Zilmer

National Championship
Gianni Smith defeats Dylan Hamika

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2019 Nor Cal Spring Camp Recap – Jackson Foster Dominates!

The 2019 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour is officially underway. Over the next 2 months 1000+ participants will attend Chris Sailer Kicking / Rubio Long Snapping camps in CA, TX, NC, GA, IL, WA, NJ, AZ & WA on the road to Vegas XXXIV (May 11-12). Instruction, competition, evaluation & national rankings will take place at each one of these camps. The ultimate goal is an invitation to the prestigious TOP 12 Camp that will take place in Los Angeles, CA on July 15-17.

Northern California, the Bay Area, is the newest Chris Sailer Kicking camp location. The turnout for the inaugural camp was fantastic! Take a look at the results…

First ever Chris Sailer Kicking Camp in Northern California

Overall ChampionJackson Foster (2019, CA)
Jackson continued his great punting display from a stellar Vegas performance. In the morning session, Jackson was consistently hitting punts 45-55 yards with 4.3+ hang time. His smooth footwork and tall, athletic frame make his potential and ceiling extremely high. During the afternoon competitions, Jackson turned it up another notch and hit several balls 55+ yards with 4.9+ hang time. He hit back to back 55 yard 4.6s hang time punts to win the final camp champion competition!

Jackson Foster & Aaron Perez

Field Goal ChampionMicah Hertz (2019, CA)
The long time Chris Sailer Kicking student was once again extremely consistent and accurate. Micah won the charting competition and showed the most consistency on field goals throughout the day. He hit many kicks of 50+ yards. He was also very strong on punts throughout the day and competed very well there. Look for Micah to make his college decision soon and to be playing on Saturdays in the fall.

Field Goal Champion – Hunter Ridley (2021, CA)
Hunter won the last man standing field goal competition. He was very smooth and consistent all day. Hunter gets great height on his ball and hit several kicks of 50+ yards. Hunter also showed very strong potential on kickoffs and with improvement there can become a top kicker in his class.

Kickoff Champion – Dante Jackson (2020, CA)
Dante came out of nowhere at the Vegas prep camp earlier this year and immediately established himself as a strong, athletic and potentially dominant 2020 kicker. During kickoff, Dante absolutely smashed the ball and his best ball was 70 yards with 4.1 hang time which won him the competition. He also showed well on field goal and hit several kicks over 55 yards. With continued development Dante is going to be special at the next level.

Competition Champions: Hunter Ridley, Micah Hertz, Dante Jackson & Jackson Foster

Class of 2019 / JC Standouts: Jackson Foster, Micah Hertz, Conor Calvert

Class of 2020 Standouts: Benjamin Banks-Altekruse, Brendan Moore, Ari Libenson, Cameron Simons, Damon Lewis, Dante Jackson, Lucas Ramirez, Nate Miskella, Nick Hill, Otis Cain, Santiago Garcia-Mendez, Conor Wallace, Dylan Talkington

Class of 2021 Standouts: Ben Marshburn, Hunter Ridley, Justin Sampson, Landon Scarpa, Tyler Edmonds, Brett Hom, Ryan Smith

Class of 2022 Standouts: Rocco Schramm, Sean Yoshida, Zane Hall, Shane Nelson

Future Stars: Matthew Verdiell

The 2019 Chris Sailer Kicking Spring Camp Tour will continue in Phoenix, AZ (Sunday March 31), Polynesian Bowl Combine in Las Vegas, NV (Sunday March 31), Dallas, TX (Sunday April 7), Chicago, IL (Sunday April 14), Atlanta, GA (Sunday April 28) & Vegas XXXIV in Las Vegas, NV (May 11-12, 2019).

Visit ChrisSailerKicking.com to register and for more information. To be the best, train and compete with the best! #TeamSailer

Do you have what it takes to make TOP 12?

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